Schools a "cause for concern" for the Iranian regime, Bassij commander warns The commander of the Iranian regime’s Bassij Force has voiced anxiety over potential protests by students across the country against the clerical regime, saying there had recently been “worrying” questions posed by the students, according to state-run media. Speaking to a number of Bassij agents at schools on Monday, Mohammad Reza Naqdi said, “Today is the era of soft warfare, the aim of which is to rule over hearts and minds. Since last winter, a group [of agents] went to various schools to raise awareness. But they faced questions that are cause for concern. That is where we realized the enemy has concentrated most on the younger generations. .. The enemy is targeting a community that is in the process of learning.”

Five years in prison for Iranian retired school teacher for partaking in demonstrations  The Iranian regime has sentenced a retired school teacher to five years in prison for participating in anti-regime demonstrations on December 27.