A square in Izeh, Khuzestan Province, South Iran
Today, for the second consecutive day, the teachers in Marivan in Iran’s Kurdistan province protested and organized sit-ins at schools. The teachers have protested against the continued detention of two of their colleagues, Eskander (Soran) Lotfi and Massoud Nikkhah, as well as the humiliation and attacking of teachers by security forces at a rally on May 1.
Iranians Rally in Europe and Canada to Support Protests Back Home
Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance held rallies in several cities in Norway, Sweden, and Canada, while supporting the protests of the Iranian people and calling for the Iranian regime officials to be tried for crimes against humanity and human rights abuses.
Iranians rally in Gothenburg, Sweden
Iranians rally in Oslo, Norway
Iranians rally in Ottawa, Canada
Iranians rally in Toronto, Canada
Terrified of New Uprisings, Khamenei Warns Workers Not to Associate Themselves with The Enemy
As unprecedented inflation and soaring prices have taken thousands of people across Iran to the streets and while state officials are calling on Ebrahim Raisi’s administration to resign, the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Khamenei set up a meeting today with a crowd he called “workers” and warned the Iranian people to stay away from his enemies.
During his speech, among other things, Khamenei stated: “Of course, there have been occasions where workers have objected, and rightly so. I will follow up on those occasions where workers have gathered and where their protest was legit. For instance, imagine that the government had conceded a factory to an individual, and instead of managing the factory, this person has sold the factory and fired the workers in order to build a hotel on the land. Well, workers came out and protested and they have always kept a distance from the enemy and have prevented the enemy to exploit their protest. This is important. This is very important. I do not know how to express my gratitude for this set of insightful people.”