Tweets Reveal Mullahs Setting the Stage for Acts of Terrorism Against the Iranian Resistance

Twitter’s release of a portion of tweets by the clerical regime’s cyber machine reaffirmed the Iranian Resistance’s long held position that Iran’s religious fascism is the primary source of hostility and vilification vis-a-vis the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The regime views the destruction of the Iranian Resistance as the only way to save itself from the prospect of inevitable overthrow.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Suppressive forces cordon off streets, arrest numerous young people and impound vehicles

Despite suppressive measures by the mullahs' regime, throngs of people from Iranian cities and provinces flocked to Pasargad on October 29 to commemorate Cyrus the Great. On Sunday evening and Monday morning, there was heavy traffic, in particular on the roads leading to Pasargad, in Fars Province.

Re-Imposed Sanctions on Iran Amplify Effects of Measures Targeting Terrorist Proxies

By shahriar kia

On Tuesday, Express News reported that the British destroyer HMS Dragon had recently been obstructed by fast attack vessels belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps while it was transiting the Persian Gulf. Tehran and the IRGC have frequently pointed to these sorts of boats as the main tools in “swarm tactics” that would supposedly be employed by the Islamic Republic to defeat larger and better equipped Western navies.

Trucker’s Strike in Iran

By Staff Writer

Continuing the trucker’s strike, legal authorities and government media announced that more than 70 people were arrested in this regard, truck drivers and also those who encouraged the continuation of this strike through social media.

Iran Regime Sentences Three to Death for Economic Crimes

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime sentenced three people to death for corruption on Sunday, hoping to send a strong message to officials and merchants about not exploiting the country’s financial crisis as US sanctions hang overhead.

The businessmen have not been named and the specific details of their charges have not been revealed. The punishment still needs to be ratified by Iran’s highest ranking court, according to judicial spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei.

Iran: A Dream Perished on the Streets

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

In the cities and villages of Iran exist children with short-lasting crazes for the start of the new academic year but instead end up working at local brick kilns or as carpet makers to help support their families.

During the first few days of the opening of schools, once again the number of children who will be deprived of education is discussed.

 

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Iran Uprising- No. 209

On Sunday, September 23, truck drivers and heavy vehicle drivers went on strike across 136 cities in 31 provinces of Iran. They refused to move and load goods; as a result, the main terminals of the country were shut down. This strike followed the general strike of truck and heavy vehicle drivers in May and July this year. Fuel-supplying tanker drivers also joined the strike in some cities like Tabriz, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, Arak.

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• Pompeo: Will respond immediately to Iranian actions against our interests

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday, that Iran is the biggest sponsor of terrorism in the world, stressing that Washington will respond immediately to any Iranian actions against its interests.

Protests in Iran Continue to Grow
Iran could be toppled by the ongoing protests in the country

By Staff Writer

The ongoing Iranian uprising was sparked after the Middle Eastern country’s economy began to spiral last year. Activists began their anti-regime protests in December 2017, as the Iranian people were pushed to the breaking point by rising prices, a falling rial, and a draft budget that cut subsidiaries for the poor and increased spending on the military.

textile weavers of Mazandaran has gone down from 7000 to just 300
textile weavers of Mazandaran has gone down from 7000 to just 300

By Staff Writer

The number of textile weavers of Mazandaran has gone down from 7000 to just 300

On 15th September 2018, the state-run newsagency – ILNA – published the following article in this regard:

The executive secretary of Mazandaran’s Labour Party, Nasrollah Daryabeygi, considers the mismanagement of this province’s textile factory, i.e., the lack of a proper CEO or a Board of Directors, as the main source of its workers’ problems. He specified that these issues won’t be resolved unless the government does something about them.