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Anti-regime protests continue for the sixth night in a row all across Iran

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
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.

 

For the sixth night in a row, anti-regime protests erupted in several cities across Iran on Monday night, May 30. People took to the streets in solidarity with the people of Abadan in the cities of Abadan, Shadegan, and Izeh in Khuzestan province, Bushehr in Hormozgan province, Tehran, Zavareh in Isfahan province, and Kazerun in Fars province, according to activists.

MEK Resistance Units demonstrate the weakness of Tehran’s surveillance network

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.
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.
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.

 

As state preparations for the death anniversary of former regime supreme leader Ruhollah Khomeini were underway, and the entire security apparatus was on high alert due to high tensions in all major Iranian cities, 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.

MEK supporters hold demonstrations as regime diplomat visits Norway

The demonstrators demanded the expulsion of all regime diplomats from European soil, as well as an end to the regime's appeasement policy.
The demonstrators demanded the expulsion of all regime diplomats from European soil, as well as an end to the regime's appeasement policy.
The demonstrators demanded the expulsion of all regime diplomats from European soil, as well as an end to the regime’s appeasement policy.

Supporters of the Iranian Resistance demonstrated in Oslo, Norway, to protest Ali Bagheri Kani, the Iranian regime’s deputy foreign minister, meeting with Norwegian diplomats. The demonstrators demanded the expulsion of all regime diplomats from European soil, as well as an end to the regime’s appeasement policy.

The regime’s repression of Abadan protesters has prompted demonstrations in other Iranian cities

Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan
Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan
Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan.

On Saturday, May 28, citizens took to the streets in Abadan for the fourth night in a row to express their outrage at the regime’s 43 years of misery, crimes, mismanagement, and massacres, and to show solidarity with the grieving families of the victims of the collapsed Metropol twin towers.29 people have died, 37 have been injured, and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble, according to state media.

Iranians are taking the streets across the country in support of the Abadan uprising

The brave people of Abadan chanted anti-regime slogans and protested against the clerical regime’s crimes and plunder.
The brave people of Abadan chanted anti-regime slogans and protested against the clerical regime’s crimes and plunder.

On the fifth day of the Abadan uprising, on May 27, 2022, people from various cities, including Ahvaz, Khorramshahr, Omidiyeh, Shiraz, Behbahan, Shahinshahr, Isfahan, Yazd, Bushehr, Bandar Abbas, Mahshahr, Sar-Bandar, and Baghmalek, took to the streets in solidarity with the brave people of Abadan, chanting anti-regime slogans and protesting against the clerical regime’s crimes and plunder.

Iran: Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan

Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan
Metropol Tower’s collapse sparked anti-regime demonstrations in Abadan
Locals in Abadan say regime officials have dispatched a large number of security forces, and internet access has been severely disrupted in the city.

On Wednesday night, May 25, a large crowd of locals in Abadan, southwest Iran, took to the streets in anti-regime protests sparked by the collapse of the city’s Metropol tower on Monday, May 23. Angry protesters chanted slogans against the regime, local officials, and the corrupt contractor who was responsible for the faulty construction project that resulted in the tower collapsing, killing at least 16 people, injuring 37 others, and leaving dozens more missing. According to state media, 34 of the injured have been evacuated and are recuperating at home.

Iran was Responsible for More than half of all Executions Worldwide in 2021

14 women were among those executed in Iran in 2021, according to a new Amnesty International report.
14 women were among those executed in Iran in 2021, according to a new Amnesty International report.
14 women were among those executed in Iran in 2021, according to a new Amnesty International report.

The Iranian regime’s shocking record of carrying out death sentences was highlighted in a new Amnesty International (AI) report released on May 24, 2022. According to AI, Iran executed at least 314 people in 2019 (up from at least 246 in 2020), the highest number of executions since 2017, reversing a trend of year-on-year declines.

Iranians and MEK Supporters Demonstrate Across Europe in Support of ‘Bread Protests’

MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.
MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.
MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) hold rallies around the world to echo the voice of their risen compatriots as protests rage across the country.MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran and Western governments’ inaction in response to the country’s deteriorating human rights situation.

Will Khamenei Back Down on Iran’s Nuclear Deal in the Face of Mounting Domestic Pressure?

Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.
Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.
Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.

Following the recent meeting between Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as reported by Al Jazeera TV, the mullahs’ Foreign Ministry spokesman and state media quickly responded, denying any claims that Khamenei was willing to “compromise” on the Iran nuclear deal dossier.

Another Iranian Journalist Imprisoned Under the Mullahs’ Heinous Laws

The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.
The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.

The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.

According to reports from Iran, a state-affiliated journalist was detained for allegedly insulting the Friday prayer leader of Karaj, located west of Tehran. Because her daughter had spent time in upscale parts of Tehran, Mohammad-Mehdi Hosseini Hamedani chastised a member of Karaj’s city council. Mahyar Taghikhani, a state-affiliated journalist, asked whether Hamedani would act if her daughter did the same.