On Saturday, Iran’s daily newspaper Sharq published an interview with a former Health Ministry official and his wife, who lost two children when Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was shot down on January 8, 2020, by two Iranian missiles. Despite Tehran’s initial attempts to conceal the occurrence, authorities were eventually forced to admit that the crash was caused by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ air defenses (IRGC).
Thousands of Iranians are killed in car accidents every year, according to international monitoring organizations. Due to a substantial increase in fatalities, Iran’s perilous roadways have been dubbed “death halls” by domestic media.
According to the country’s newest statistics, the number of people killed in car accidents grew by 9.6% in the last year, reaching 17,000 people. The government predicted that this figure would drop to 15,000 in a year, yet it has done nothing to preserve people’s souls, as it has in many other areas.
On January 3, it was the second anniversary of the drone strike that killed Qassem Soleimani, the Iranian regime’s senior terrorist operative. The regime has been displaying an outpouring of belligerence in honour of the anniversary. Former US President Donald Trump should be tried for ordering the strike at the start of 2020, according to the installed President Ebrahim Raisi, who also threatened “without a doubt” that the followers of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei would take revenge on US officials anywhere in the world if no trial was forthcoming.
The housing crisis is just one of the many problems that the misogynistic mullahs have created in Iran. Destitute men, women, and children sleep on roofs and in buses and cars. These are some of the warning signs of the capital’s housing crisis. According to official statistics, the vast majority of Iranians live in poverty. As a result of rising inflation, many people are unable to afford to rent houses and apartments.
Heydar Ghorbani was Brutally Executed while his case was still being reviewed by the Iranian Supreme Court
Despite the fact that Heydar Ghorbani, a Kurdish political prisoner, was executed in Sanandaj Prison on December 19, 2020, Islamic Republic officials listed his cause of death as “unknown” on his death certificate.” Heydar Ghorbani’s death certificate is more evidence that official Islamic Republic documents, particularly in respect to executions, lack validity and are unreliable,” stated Iran Human Rights Director Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam.
In a meeting with regime supporters on Friday, Ahmad Khatami, a prominent regime official and member of the Guardian Council, admitted that the people despise the mullahs, saying, “some are attempting to divorce religion from politics.”