NCRI - The Iranian regime’s suppressive ‘Gashte Ershad’ – the so-called morality police - on Thursday carried out a spot inspection of the clothes stock market in Tehran, harassing women and shopkeepers.
Protests ensued as a result soon after 11 am, local time.
NCRI – Residents of the Iranian city of Ahwaz, in Iran’s south-western Khuzestan Province, have rallied once again to protest an attempt by the regime to divert water from the River Karoun.
NCRI - On Monday, May 30, a group of supervising engineers rallied in front of office of the regime’s Department of Urban Planning and Architecture of Tehran Municipality and protested against the regime’s methods of appointing projects for engineers.
They demanded amendments in project works and the abolition of the municipality’s agreement with the Tehran Construction Engineering Organization (TCEO).
NCRI - More than 400 retired workers of the Iran Telecommunication Industries (ITI) in Shiraz, southern Iran, continued on Monday, May 30, a week-long protest and set up tents in the courtyard of the factory, demanding receipt of their unpaid wages.
NCRI - The head of the Iranian regime’s Department of Education in Iran’s impoverished Sistan and Baluchistan Province has admitted that 96,000 school students in the province are deprived of education.
NCRI – The mullahs’ regime has launched a new clampdown on Iranians in the capital watching satellite television, banned by the fundamentalist authorities.
The regime’s suppressive state security forces (police) on Friday carried out a swoop of districts in eastern Tehran, taking down satellite dishes from rooftops.
Dozens of demonstrators arrested
Over 1,000 protesters rallied in Mashhad (northeast Iran) on Thursday, May 12, protesting the plundering of their assets and property by corrupt institutes backed by the mullahs’ regime. The demonstrators were furious over how their hardly obtained assets and property is being stolen by the regime’s institutions, including the companies of Padideh Shandiz, Mizan, Pardisian, Tabarrok, Thamen al-Hojaj, Arman and Badr Tous. The protesters also demanded their stolen assets be returned.
NCRI - Iran's south eastern city of Zabol ranks first in the world for the worst air pollution, the World Health Organization said on Thursday.
According to the WHO survey, the dirtiest air was recorded at Zabol, which suffers from months of dust storms in the summer, and which clocked a so-called PM2.5 measurement of 217, measured by the amount of particulate matter under 2.5 micrograms in each cubic meter of air.
Rouhani’s sickening praise for Soleimani to boost the morale of the Revolutionary Guards
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The ever-increasing presence and unprecedented casualties of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and mercenary militias in Syria demonstrate well that the main issue and the source of the crisis in Syria are the criminal ruling mullahs in Iran who have tied the fate of their regime to that of Syria and despite consecutive losses and coffins arriving in various cities of Iran dispatch even more IRGC and mercenaries to Syria, which for them has become such a lethal quagmire.
NCRI - Iranian teachers held a protest on Friday in Hamedan, western Iran, demanding their basic rights and the release of imprisoned teachers, according to reports from Iran.
The teachers held up banners which pointed out that their colleagues were being arrested in Iran simply for demanding their basic rights, such as fair wages.
Numerous teachers from banned teaching unions have been arrested for their peaceful activities in Iran.