Protests by people cheated by the IRGC-backed credit institutes continued over the past days in different cities.
In Mashhad, northeastern Iran, people looted by Afzal-e Tous Financial Institute gathered outside the Ayandeh Bank to protest against plundering of their money on November 21, 2017. They reiterated that they would not give in.
In Ahwaz, southwestern Iran, people plundered by Arman-e Vahdat gathered in front of the city’s seminary school on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, and questioned the school’s faith in Islam when it remains silent over the robbing of people’s assets. They demanded one of the mullahs to answer their legitimate questions but the situation was so tense that security forces helped him out of the scene. The protestors vowed to continue their protest until they get their money back.