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“Exodus in Progress?”: Mystery Aircrafts Leave Iran With “No Callsign, Origin, or Destination” As Protests Rage (PHOTOS)

Posted on 31 December 2017

Last night, a large number of aircrafts were spotted leaving Iran with “no callsign, origin, or destination.” Strategic Sentinel, a DC-based firm that provides “nonpartisan international relations and national security analysis,” raised the prospect that the live flight radar data may suggest an “exodus,” is in progress.

Below is the firm’s thread on the data:

“Charter flight company SCAT has an aircraft coming out of Iran with no registered callsign, no registered destination, and no registered origination point.”

“This is in addition to two flights which are Iranian in origin with no callsign inside Iran: one from Iran Airtours and one from Iran Aseman Airlines. Both of these planes also have no callsign, no destination, and no origin, but are clearly landing in 

“Large amount of aircraft leaving Iran at the moment, many with no callsign, origin, or destination. Exodus in progress?”

As the evening went on, less aircrafts without callsigns were visible.

“UPDATE: Still some aircraft with no callsign, but not as many as before. Some have disappeared, while the remaining aircraft have dispersed across Iran. Very few aircraft landing or departing at either IKA (Tehran Imam Khomeini Intl) or THR (Tehran Mehrabad Intl).”

No further details are known about the strange live flight radar data.

As The Gateway Pundit‘s Jim Hoft reported, protests against the brutal and corrupt Khamenei regime spread to cities across Iran on Saturday.

Anti-government protests were planned in dozens of Iranian cities today.

The regime on Saturday reportedly murdered three protesters when they fired on protests in central Iran.

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