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Burning Khamenei's Photos and Continuation of Protests Across Iran

Iran uprising – No. 136

The youth continue expressing their anger and hatred against the corrupt and suppressive system of the Velayat-e faqih (The Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist) by burning Khamenei's ominous images and writing graffiti on walls such as burning of a large banner of Khamenei in the northwest air defense base in Tabriz, which is a completely protected area, and also in Yasuj. Courageous youth also commemorated the martyrs of Ashraf by installing images of them who were killed during the regime's criminal assault on Camp Ashraf on April 8, 2011.

Iran's Economy in a Tailspin, but Why?

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Iran is currently facing a financial crisis, with its currency, the Iranian rial, dropping to record lows in the past few months. In April alone, the value of the rial dropped by a fifth. The rial is now worth almost half what it was when President Hassan Rouhani took office in 2013.

Iranian Regime Should Be Sanctioned for Its Role Is Syria's Chemical Attacks

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Last weekend, another chemical attack was launched on the Syrian people, killing dozens of civilians and injuring thousands. This attack, likely carried out by the Syrian government forces and their Iranian allies, has brought the death toll in Eastern Ghouta to an estimated 1,600 civilians since February.

Iran's Free Economic Zones, or the Seven-Headed Corruption Monster

by Mahmoud Hakamian

There are currently 3000 shell companies that have registered their headquarters in the country’s free economic zones for tax evasion purposes, says Kamel Taghavinejad, head of regime’s Tax Admission Organization.

In an earlier article titled “Dana’s special report on strange events in the country’s free economic zones”, state-run Rah-e-Dana website reports on “shell companies’ dominance in unmonitored areas” and “import of more than $2 billion worth of goods in one year through free zones without paying customs duties.” (State-run Rah-e-Dana website, July 21, 2016)

Another Day of Iran Protests by Farmers in Isfahan

NCRI Staff

NCRI - On Wednesday, April 11, Iranian farmers and local people held a demonstration in Isfahan, central Iran. A mother in the demonstration shouted during the demonstration that was against lack of water: "Until water flows in the river we will not go home".

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