Suni SaqzThe Iranian regime’s suppressive forces have attacked a number of Sunni residences and followers of the Allameh Moftizadeh order in Seqez. So far 10 people have been arrested.

According to Harana news agency, on August 19 and 20, the regime’s Special Guards, intelligence operatives, State Security Forces (SSF) and plainclothes agents attacked people attending a special Sunni religious ceremony for Ramadan at homes belonging to followers of Ahmad Moftizadeh (a Quran school). People were beaten with batons and six were taken to undisclosed locations.

Rahim SafaviThe former commander of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards has voiced concern about the Iranian regime’s future and the devastating impact of international sanctions.

Rahim Safavi’s unusually frank comments were published on Sunday by the state-run Mehr news agency. “We are currently in extraordinarily complex political, cultural, economic, security and social circumstances. This is true with regards to regional, global and domestic spheres.”

Ali KhaniAn Iranian regime official suggested on Wednesday that people in Iran reject the regime and its exploitation of Islam, according to the state-run news agency Mehr.

DaravishSix Sufi Muslims of the Nematollahi Gonabadi order have been arrested by the Iranian regime, according to the Majzouban-e Nour website. They were interrogated for about five hours and handed over to the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).

NaghdiA special budget has been allocated to the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards paramilitary forces, the Bassij, in fear of the rising protests against the clerical regime.

The head of the Bassij Organization for the Oppressed, Mohammad-Reza Naqdi, announced on Thursday that credit for Bassij bases have had a 100 percent increase.

BasijNCRI - According to obtained reports, in the midst of rising conflicts and divisions within the Iranian regime and among its various factions, on Wednesday, agents from the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) engaged in a gun battle with members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

DaneshgahThe trend of new changes among university deans and heads of other educational institutions, which was largely launched in the summer, is continuing at a faster pace by the Iranian regime, according to reports.

On Monday, the deputy of the regime’s Minister of Science, Gholamreza Khajeh Sarvi, denied reports that the removals and appointments are “rushed.” He described it as a “natural” transformation that is being carried out “on a completely technical basis.”

Sarkosi - SigolonThe Iranian regime’s violations of the Iranian people’s fundamental rights as well as its medieval punishments like stoning have been loudly criticized by thousands of people in France, including some of the most prominent personalities loyal to various political orientations.

Iran studentThe Iranian regime’s Ministry of Science has announced that 17 university deans and the heads of three prominent research centers in Iran have been changed, according to the state-run Khabar Online on Monday.

MajlesThe Iranian regime’s Guardian Council seeks to propose a plan to monitor the actions of the regime’s Majlis (Parliament) deputies during their term as members, according to the state-run Jahan News.

The website said recently, the Majlis Committee on Article 90 has set up a subcommittee to draft a bill to monitor the actions of Majlis members. The draft is at its final stages.