Twelve different groups in the capital Tehran are trying to unite against the Mullahs, sources confirmed to the Baghdad Post Sunday.
Thousands of Iranians in Sanandaj, the capital of Kurdistan province are now chanting "Death to dictator, my life is for Iran".
Meanwhile, protesters in Ilam, on borders with Iraq, are chanting: "We don't want Mulllahs".
The protests that erupted Thursday mainly opposed the economic problems in the country, but it then turned political.
At least 11 protesters were killed, and hundreds were injured, most of them seriously.