Iran: Strike and Protest of Workers of Ahvaz Steel and Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Mill and Support of Other Worker

Iran Uprising - No. 236

The brave workers of Ahvaz Steel started their thirtieth-two day of strike on Tuesday December 11 with a rally in front of the governorate of the regime in Ahvaz. Many workers had white shrouds on which slogans such as "We stand, we die, we do not accept humiliation" was written.

 ali khamanei

By Shahriar Kia

The US State Department criticized the Iranian Regime for rampant corruption on Sunday, which was Anti-Corruption Day, saying that the Iranian regime was “full of corrupt hypocrites”.

Iran Regime Destroyed Country’s Economy Singlehandedly

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian regime is trying to blame the country’s economic crisis on anyone but itself. In most recent weeks, it has been trying to make out that the U.S. sanctions that are now in place do not affect the regime itself – rather they are only adversely affecting the Iranian people.

Iran: Student Protests

Iran Uprising- No. 234

Call on international human rights authorities to take immediate action to release arrested students

Despite extensive repressive measures and arresting a large number of students, students’ protest rallies and demonstrations on the occasion of the Student Day (December 7th), which started on Monday, continue at various universities in the country.

Iran: Ahvaz Steel Workers

While Ahvaz steel workers are on the fourth week of their strike and protests, the anti-labor and plunderer regime of the mullahs tries to break down and end their strike through repressive measures and deception. However, the catastrophic livelihood of the workers and their families continues.

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By Amir Taghati

The Institute for International Strategic Studies (IISS) based in London has carried out an analysis of the Iran’s 2018-2019 budget. It has concluded that the regime’s defence spending will be rising. There is a rise of almost 84 per cent in the funding for the country’s police force.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Iran Uprising – No. 233

Demonstration at Tehran Polytechnic with the slogan: “Cannon, Tank, Machine Gun do not work anymore”

On Tuesday, December 4th, on the eve of the Student Day (December 7th), students from various universities including Tehran Polytechnic, Tabriz Sahand and Babol Noushirvani staged a protest rally.

Many Crises Running in Parallel Towards the Peak of Iran’s Protests

By Mahmoud Hakamian

These days, various crises can be witnessed across Iran. Crises that may not appear as serious individually but add up to a rather alarming picture when put together. Crises that inevitably call for a transformation as big as a revolution! Crises that come in different shapes, such as poverty and unemployment, and add more fuel to regime’s fire.

Iran: Arrest of labor activists, suppressive measures to end sugarcane mill strike

Iran Uprising – No. 232

The Iranian regime, furious and aggravated by the strike and demonstrations of courageous workers of the Haft Tappeh sugar cane mill, on Thursday November 29 arrested Mr. Ali Nejati, former president of the Haft Tappeh sugarcane workers’ union, along with his son, and transferred them to an unknown location. The repressive forces arrested and beat him while he was suffering from heart disease and was badly ill.

Iranians Are Calling for “Death to Rouhani”

By Staff Writer

Thousands of angry Iranians have come together in various anti-regime protests in the past few weeks, shouting “Death to Rouhani” and calling out the “rotten” regime, with many steelworkers, factory workers, teachers, and merchants staging nationwide walkouts to demand the payment of overdue wages, better working conditions and the release of their imprisoned colleagues.