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Iran’s new wave of coronavirus could triple the death toll

If we add the number of probable people, our death toll could already be in the three figures,” says Hamid Soury, an epidemiologist in an interview with the semi-official ISNA news agency on August 3.
If we add the number of probable people, our death toll could already be in the three figures,” says Hamid Soury, an epidemiologist in an interview with the semi-official ISNA news agency on August 3.
If we add the number of probable people, our death toll could already be in the three figures,” says Hamid Soury, an epidemiologist in an interview with the semi-official ISNA news agency on August 3.

 

In accordance with a top Iranian expert, the number of daily fatalities could potentially triple as a result of the seventh coronavirus wave in this country.“The deaths can reach triple digits yet forecasting the exact timing is difficult. It is possible for the death to toll to triple, and we need to take into consideration the fact that currently, the number of deaths we are reporting are of those individuals who have been confirmed to have contracted Covid-19.

 

Iranian Resistance launches the “we can and we must” campaign in support of a free Iran

Mrs. Rajavi emphasized in her speech that regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei's strategy of consolidating his regime by appointing Ebrahim Raisi as president failed and backfired on his own regime.
Mrs. Rajavi emphasized in her speech that regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei’s strategy of consolidating his regime by appointing Ebrahim Raisi as president failed and backfired on his own regime.

 

According to Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the Iranian Resistance has launched the “We can and we must” campaign in response to the Iranian regime’s efforts to portray there was no effective opposition to the mullahs’ oppressive rule.

The dire reality of Iranian porters: “A bite of bread at the cost of life!”

Kalbarri is a dangerous job that people in Iran's western provinces have turned to for a living as poverty and a lack of job opportunities have spread.
Kalbarri is a dangerous job that people in Iran's western provinces have turned to for a living as poverty and a lack of job opportunities have spread.
Kalbarri is a dangerous job that people in Iran’s western provinces have turned to for a living as poverty and a lack of job opportunities have spread.

One must carry 40 kilos on their back and travel along difficult mountain paths as part of the job. Workers will receive up to 400,000 tomans if they arrive safely at their destination. A porter’s salary is paid on a daily basis. The money is given to them on the day they work.

 

Flooding has wreaked havoc across Iran

The Iranian National Meteorological Organization foresaw impending rain, hail, and flash floods; however, the operating organization didn't take the warnings seriously or artificially reduced their severity.
The Iranian National Meteorological Organization foresaw impending rain, hail, and flash floods; however, the operating organization didn’t take the warnings seriously or artificially reduced their severity.

Iran’s landscape has been devastated by severe flooding and landslides for the past two weeks.  Combined with other significant flaws and poor management, this circumstance created the conditions for widespread casualties and significant losses across 27 provinces.

Talks to resurrect the JCPOA resume, despite Iran’s ongoing nuclear threats

Last week in Vienna, new negotiations to resurrect the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers got underway.
Last week in Vienna, new negotiations to resurrect the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers got underway.
Last week in Vienna, new negotiations to resurrect the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers got underway.

The talks began in April 2021 and were only resumed for two days at the end of June, after a nearly four-month pause caused by Tehran’s refusal to back down from irrelevant demands or engage in direct talks with the US.

Iran: International community must bring the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre to justice

Today, perpetrators of crimes against humanity sit at the highest levels of government in Iran.
Today, perpetrators of crimes against humanity sit at the highest levels of government in Iran.
Today, perpetrators of crimes against humanity sit at the highest levels of government in Iran.

Today, perpetrators of crimes against humanity sit at the highest levels of government in Iran. Ebrahim Raisi, the regime’s Deputy Prosecutor General at the time and a key member of the Death Commission that ordered the slaughter of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988 is now the regime’s president.

 

Iran’s state-run media warns of ‘artificial crises’ and further domestic unrest

The Iranian regime is now regularly confronted with protests and strikes by various unions.
The Iranian regime is now regularly confronted with protests and strikes by various unions.
The Iranian regime is now regularly confronted with protests and strikes by various unions.

 

The officials of the regime claim that since the protests of 2019, the regime has lost public trust, and the ongoing demonstrations are evidence of this. According to regime experts, the regime is likely to face much larger and more dangerous protests in the near future as a result of rising inflation, public poverty, and the failure to reach an agreement in the JCPOA negotiations.

Time for the int’l community to adopt a firm stance against Iran’s regime’s malign nuclear ambitions

The Iranian government recently admitted that it is thinking about constructing a new
The Iranian government recently admitted that it is thinking about constructing a new "research reactor" at its nuclear facility in the province of Isfahan, with work set to begin soon.
The Iranian government recently admitted that it is thinking about constructing a new “research reactor” at its nuclear facility in the province of Isfahan, with work set to begin soon.

 

The state-run news agency ISNA stated in their most recent article, quoting the regime’s Atomic Energy Organization chief Mohammad Eslami, “This is an entirely domestic project that will close the chain of research, evaluation, testing, and production of nuclear energy in Iran.”

New coronavirus outbreak spreads throughout Iran

The number of red cities has grown from 57 to 120, orange cities from 86 to 112, yellow cities have decreased from 199 to 166, and blue cities have declined from 106 to 50 in number.
The number of red cities has grown from 57 to 120, orange cities from 86 to 112, yellow cities have decreased from 199 to 166, and blue cities have declined from 106 to 50 in number.
The number of red cities has grown from 57 to 120, orange cities from 86 to 112, yellow cities have decreased from 199 to 166, and blue cities have declined from 106 to 50 in number.

 

The seventh wave of the coronavirus is spreading, and 30 provinces have reported a marked increase in hospital admissions in the 127th week of the pandemic, according to the ISNA news agency. Additionally, Covid’s 19-related deaths have increased in 23 provinces. The number of red cities has grown from 57 to 120, orange cities from 86 to 112, yellow cities have decreased from 199 to 166, and blue cities have declined from 106 to 50 in number. Additionally, the death toll rose from 40 to 50 percent, and there are still concerns that it could reach triple digits.

Iran’s regime can no longer deny the MEK’s growing domestic and international support

However, the MEK's recent campaigns both inside and outside Iran have been so successful and extensive that it has frightened the mullahs, causing them to react frantically and exposing their true fear of their archenemy.
The MEK’s recent campaigns both inside and outside Iran have been so successful and extensive that it has frightened the mullahs, causing them to react frantically and exposing their true fear of their archenemy.

The Iranian regime had previously attempted to portray the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as completely non-existent, consistently claiming in its official propaganda that it had destroyed 90% of the group and that what was left was wilting in exile. This story served the purpose of portraying the regime as unchallenged and devoid of significant opposition.