Workers at the Azarab factory had gathered in protest against their salaries that had still not been paid

Iranian Workers Holding Strikes and Protests Because of Worsening Labour Conditions

Navid Felker 18 October 2019

By Navid Felker

It has been reported that in the city of Arak in the western part of the country, workers from the Azarab factory gathered to protest their poor living conditions and their employment status that remains uncertain.

The workers gathered in a square in the city on Sunday 13th October and made it clear that regime officials have seven days to finalise the shareholding rights of the factory and to put an end to the uncertainty that is overshadowing their lives and their futures.

Political prisoner Majid Assadi

Iran: Political Prisoners Denied Urgent and Essential Medical Care

Atousa Pilger 17 October 2019

By Atousa Pilger

Reports from Iran are saying that political prisoner Majid Assadi is not receiving the urgent and essential medical care that he requires.

Assadi, a graduate of Alameh Tabatabaei University, was arrested at home back in 2017. He was sentenced to six years imprisonment and two years in exile on the charges of “propaganda and conspiracy against the establishment” and “threatening national security through assembly and collusion”.

Maryam Rajavi, Voice of the Voiceless people of Iran

Maryam Rajavi, Voice of the Voiceless People of Iran

Azita Carlson 17 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

In a book published in 1993, titled Islamic Fundamentalism: The New Global Threat, the Iranian Resistance warned the world about a rising monster. After being defeated in its eight-year war with Iraq, the mullahs' regime ruling Iran leaped across the region, from the Caucasus to the Middle East to the Horn of Africa, while retooling its organizational capacity to carry out suppression within Iran's borders and to export terrorism beyond those frontiers.

The regime is having difficulty dealing with the popular uprisings

Iranians and Iraqis Protesting Against Despotic Iranian Regime

Navid Felker 16 October 2019

By Navid Felker

In both Iran and Iraq, protesters are taking to the streets with very similar goals. In Iran, people are holding anti-government demonstrations and making their desire for regime change loud and clear. In Iraq, the people there are protesting against the mullahs' regime in Iran, calling for it to be expelled to put an end to its meddling in internal affairs.

The regime is having difficulty dealing with the popular uprisings in both countries and it is increasingly resorting to crackdowns on dissent. The crackdowns are becoming quite violent and enflaming the situation even more.

Iran hidden ballistic missile sites

Iran and Its Hidden Ballistic Missile Sites

Armin Baldwin 16 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

It has been reported by the Daily Star publication in the United Kingdom that Iran is getting ready for war.

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has previously disclosed information and images related to missile sites that have not been seen before. The missile sites are spread the whole way across Iran.

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

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

Azita Carlson 16 October 2019

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.

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