The protesting workers of Iran’s main Sugar Cane Mill interrupted state Friday prayers

Iran Uprising - No. 224

Frustrated workers of Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Industrial Complex continued their strike for the twelfth day on Friday, November 16, with a rally in front of the governorate of Shush and demonstrations in the streets of the city. They chanted: "Do not be afraid, do not be afraid, we are all together", "Lest we accept humiliation".

Strike of Ahvaz steel workers with the slogan of Unity, Unity!

Iran Uprising - No. 225

Strike of Ahvaz steel workers with the slogan of Unity, Unity!

On Saturday morning, November 17, the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Mill hard-working workers gathered in front of this complex and marched to the governorate office in dense ranks. Young people, students and workers' families participated extensively in the demonstration. Women played a significant role in front of the demonstrators.

Iran: The 11th Day of the Strike of the Hardworking and Brave Workers of Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Mill

Iran Uprising - No. 223

On Thursday, November 15, the hardworking workers of the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Industrial Complex continued their brave strike for the eleventh day. Chanting “Do not be afraid, we are all together!”, “Neither threat, nor prison, is effective anymore!”, “Today is the day of mourning, the life of the worker is up in the air today”, “One less embezzlement,

By Mahmoud Hakamian

As protests continue unabated in Iran, Regime officials have begun voicing their fears about how the Iranian Resistance and their network of activists are organising and directing the protests in order to do the most possible damage to the Regime.

Iran: Teachers' Nationwide Strike

Iran Uprising - No. 222

From Tuesday morning, November 13, noble teachers refused to attend school classes and went to sit-ins in schools. The strike comes at a time when the repressive forces tried to intimidate them after the nationwide sit-in of last month by arresting and summoning teachers and issuing various threats.

Hassan Rouhani, President of the clerical regime,

The source of all problems is the regime that plunders the property of the people into terrorism and war

Hassan Rouhani, President of the clerical regime, said on Saturday, November 10, at the end of the joint meeting of the heads of three branches of the government: The Americans "did not have anything new to make, and therefore they had to make a long list, on the one hand, they mention the names of banks, and on the other add branches of the banks, on the one hand they name an airline company and on the other hand, mention the serial numbers of aircrafts to fill the page."

Insurer Pulls out of Iran to Avoid Us Sanctions

By Staff Writer

The latest company to abandon business dealings with Iran to avoid US economic sanctions is insurer American International Group Inc (AIG), according to an AIG filing on Friday, November 2.

While AIG had no business with Iran itself, a subsidiary - Bermuda-based reinsurer Validus Holdings Ltd - that it acquired in July for $5.56 billion did.

PMOI (MEK) Step up Activities During Iran Protests

By Mahmoud Hakamian

As protests continue across Iran, members of the resistance units of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) escalated their activities on Monday by setting fire to the entrance of a Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Basij base in Kermanshah, which is home to a number of the regime’s repressive units.

Newly Re-Imposed Sanctions Target ‘Core Areas of Iran’s Economy’

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

When the United States ended its participation in the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, the sanctions that were reimposed by the Trump administration to target the “core areas of Iran’s economy” are being called by officials as the strongest ever. In fact, Rich Edson reports from the State Department that the Trump administration’s new sanctions targeting Iran's economy are the toughest that the regime has ever faced.

Truck Drivers’s Strike

Iran Uprising - No. 219

From the morning of Thursday, November 1, the fourth round of strike of heavy truck drivers started, and covered vast sections of the country. Drivers from different provinces including Tehran, Isfahan, Khuzestan, West Azarbaijan, East Azarbaijan, Khorasan Razavi, South Khorasan, North Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchestan, Fars, Kermanshah, Kerman, Hamedan, Golestan, Zanjan, Semnan, Hormozgan and others stopped working.