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Iran: Pensioners nationwide protests continue for the sixth day in a row

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Retirees-and-pensioners, "They stage protests in Ahvaz, Mashhad, Kermanshah, Borujerd, Bandarabbas, Sari, Isfahan, Zanjan, Arak, Hamedan, Karaj, Rasht, Naqadeh, Shushtar, Solduz, Tabriz, and in other cities across Iran.
Retirees-and-pensioners, “They stage protests in Ahvaz, Mashhad, Kermanshah, Borujerd, Bandarabbas, Sari, Isfahan, Zanjan, Arak, Hamedan, Karaj, Rasht, Naqadeh, Shushtar, Solduz, Tabriz, and in other cities across Iran.

 

For the sixth time in a week, Social Security Organization retirees and pension recipients took to the streets in at least 20 cities across Iran on Sunday, June 12, 2022. “Retirees continue to rally and march across the country, demanding their fundamental rights,” the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), reported.

Iran’s cheap oil no longer has a buyer

The conflict in Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the world in terms of energy consumption and oil production.
The conflict in Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the world in terms of energy consumption and oil production.
The conflict in Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the world in terms of energy consumption and oil production.

 

The fossil-fuel crisis has turned into a riddle. While rising oil prices suggest that oil-rich countries like Iran could benefit greatly from the crisis, it appears that Tehran is having difficulty capitalizing on the opportunity.

Court in Tehran sentences four Christian women to seventeen years in prison

The four Christian women shared a case with three Christian men, Messrs. Joseph Shahbazian, Farhad Khazaei, and Salar Eshraghi Moghadam. The seven Christian citizens were sentenced to 28 years in prison in total.
The four Christian women shared a case with three Christian men, Messrs. Joseph Shahbazian, Farhad Khazaei, and Salar Eshraghi Moghadam. The seven Christian citizens were sentenced to 28 years in prison in total.
The four Christian women shared a case with three Christian men, Messrs. Joseph Shahbazian, Farhad Khazaei, and Salar Eshraghi Moghadam. The seven Christian citizens were sentenced to 28 years in prison in total.

 

On June 7, 2022, four Christian women were sentenced to 17 years in prison. Somayyeh (Sonia) Sadegh, Massoumeh Qassemi, Mina Khajouy-e Qomi, and Maliheh Nazari have also been stripped of their social rights, including the right to leave the country, by the court.

Western nations submit a draft resolution to the IAEA, moving towards adopting firm policy against Iran

Despite opposition from Russia and China, the Board is likely to adopt this resolution, according to media reports citing diplomats.
Despite opposition from Russia and China, the Board is likely to adopt this resolution, according to media reports citing diplomats.
Despite opposition from Russia and China, the Board is likely to adopt this resolution, according to media reports citing diplomats.

The United States, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom have submitted a draft resolution to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Board of Governors, urging the Iranian regime to respond to the IAEA’s outstanding questions about its suspected nuclear activities. Despite opposition from Russia and China, the Board is likely to adopt this resolution, according to media reports citing diplomats.

Iranian retirees demonstrate for their basic rights chanting anti-regime slogans

In 22 cities and 18 provinces across Iran, retirees and pension recipients affiliated with the Social Security Organization took to the streets on Monday and Wednesday, June 6an d 8
In 22 cities and 18 provinces across Iran, retirees and pension recipients affiliated with the Social Security Organization took to the streets on Monday and Wednesday, June 6an d 8
In 22 cities and 18 provinces across Iran, retirees and pension recipients affiliated with the Social Security Organization took to the streets on Monday and Wednesday, June 6 and 8.

 

They expressed their dissatisfaction with officials’ failure to address their dire financial circumstances and adjust their salaries in line with the rapidly rising inflation rate.“Death to [regime president Ebrahim] Raisi,” “The government betrays, the Majlis [parliament] supports it,” “Our enemy is right here, [the mullahs] lie in saying it is in America,” “Retirees, workers; unite,” and “We can only obtain our rights at the tarmac,” chanted by protesters.

Ukrainian MP Kira Rudik Meets NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi at Ashraf-3

Ms. Rudik said: “It is an honor to see you and to learn from up close about those who have fought this hard battle all these years and have become an emblem for the people of Iran.”
Ms. Rudik said: “It is an honor to see you and to learn from up close about those who have fought this hard battle all these years and have become an emblem for the people of Iran.”
Ms. Rudik said: “It is an honor to see you and to learn from you up close about those who have fought this hard battle all these years and have become an emblem for the people of Iran.”

On Sunday, June 5, Ms. Kira Rudik, Leader of the Voice of Ukraine Party and Vice President of  The Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (ALDE-PACE) met with Ms. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) at Ashraf-3, Albania, home to thousands of members of the principal opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (PMOI/MEK).

MEK Resistance Units have taken over more than 5,000 surveillance cameras in the Tehran municipality

"Resistance Units" inside Iran defaced many of the Tehran Municipality's websites and took down over 5,000 security cameras.
“Resistance Units” inside Iran defaced many of the Tehran Municipality’s websites and took down over 5,000 security cameras.

The Iranian regime has had its hands full recently, with nationwide protests over rising food prices and people taking to the streets in many cities in response to the ten-story Metropol tower in Abadan, southwest Iran, collapsing on May 23 and killing at least 37 people. The situation has deteriorated to the point where any protest of any kind has the potential to quickly morph into contagious anti-regime rallies that spread across the country like wildfire.

MEK Resistance Units compromise regime’s security surveillance in Tehran’s municipality

the Resistance Units, a network affiliated with the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), launched a well-planned and simultaneous operation in several locations throughout Tehran.
People in different cities of Iran took to the streets again on Monday night, May 30, in solidarity with the people of Abadan, southwest Iran, in mourning after the Metropol tower collapse on May 23 – Image from Shadegan, Khuzestan province, southwest Iran - May 30, 2022
People in different cities of Iran took to the streets again on Monday night, May 30, in solidarity with the people of Abadan, southwest Iran, in mourning after the Metropol tower collapse on May 23 – Image from Shadegan, Khuzestan province, southwest Iran – May 30, 2022

On the eve of the regime’s founder Ruhollah Khomeini’s death anniversary, the Iranian Resistance Units, a network affiliated with the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), launched several well-planned and simultaneous operations in Tehran.

Iran: Elderly Iranian lady defies security forces in Abadan

an elderly lady from Abadan had an interesting conversation and a fight recorded on her phone.
an elderly lady from Abadan had an interesting conversation and a fight recorded on her phone.
Last night an elderly lady from Abadan had an interesting conversation and a fight recorded on her phone facing suppressive mullahs force.

Last night, while bravely standing up to the State Security Force, an elderly lady from Abadan had an interesting conversation and a fight recorded on her phone. She continued to film the oppressive security forces dispatched to crackdown on peaceful protesters in her city as she walked down the street. She told them that they were all held captive by this regime and that they were doing nothing for the country except feeding themselves on the misery of the people.

Iran: More child brides commit suicide as a result of the Mullahs’ early marriage policies

More child brides commit suicide as a result of the Mullahs' early marriage policies
More child brides commit suicide as a result of the Mullahs' early marriage policies
Since the clerical regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, issued direct orders for the population policy’s implementation, regime officials have publicly supported child marriage.

Women’s violence can take many forms, including child brides and early marriage. Iran’s misogynous regime promotes early marriage all the time. Simultaneously, the number of child brides and victims of early marriage committing suicide is on the rise.

Since the clerical regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, issued direct orders for the population policy’s implementation, regime officials have publicly supported child marriage.