Iran: Protest of Amir Kabir University Students to Regime’s Illegal Policies

Despite the regime's suppression on Sunday October 14 students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University held a demonstration in the Farabi campus against policies of the university’s administration and illegal costs imposed by university managers

By Azita Carlson

Despite the regime's suppression on Sunday, October 14 students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University held a demonstration in the Farabi campus against policies of the university’s administration and illegal costs imposed by university managers, reported the website of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
“Students! Support us” and “Shame on the university’s security,” chanted students.

Universities in Iran force students to pay high tuition while the regime wastes national wealth on terrorism and warmongering.

According to Iranian law, the government should support students and help pay for the costs of their studies, but in recent years, the regime has declined this support and forced students and their families to pay for their fees. In the current economic situation, this puts more pressure on students and their families to drop out of university.

While Iran’s schools and universities are lacking minimum services, the regime is spending huge amounts on building schools and facilities in Lebanon and other neighboring countries to strengthen its clout and open pathways to meddle in their affairs and export its fundamentalist ideology.

Background

Iran has a boiling society that is ready to explode. Iran's people have been forced to sell their body organs to make ends meet as the rogue regime of Hassan Rouhani is pushing its "boiling society" below the poverty line. Iran's people have been forced to sell their body organs to make ends meet as the rogue regime of Hassan Rouhani is pushing its "boiling society" below the poverty line. “And 30,000 had to sell their kidneys and their body organs to survive, to make their ends meet.”

Reports from inside Iran indicate that more than 177 protests held in Iran in recent months. These protests took place all over the country with an average of 6 per day.

Workers participated in more than 80 protests in 29 cities across the country last month. Many took to the streets because of unpaid wages, the dismissal of employees, the poor working conditions, the lack of job security and non-renewal of contracts, and the dismal pay scales. A number of the protests lasted several days.

The Iranian regime has ramped up its efforts to silence the people through violence and repression but the people are making it understood that they will no longer let the regime continue in this way. The regime has mismanaged the country for decades and the people are sinking further into poverty while regime officials continue to line their pockets.

There is no doubt that protests will continue for as long as the regime is allowed to continue with its corrupt rule that completely disregards all human rights.

 

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