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Protests in Shapour, Isfahan, Central Iran, Continue Over Corruption and Dire Economy

Protests in Shapour, Isfahan, Central Iran, Continue Over Corruption and Dire Economy

By Staff Writer

On Wednesday, for the second consecutive day, the people of Isfahan rallied against the Iranian regime’s corruption and the declining economic situation.

Clashes continue between protesters and state security forces, as seen in videos from Shapour. A unit of security forces attempted to attack protesters, but retreated when they resisted. Instead, tear gas was fired at the protesters.

UK Court Could Allow 9/11 Families to Claim Iran Assets

UK Court Could Allow 9/11 Families to Claim Iran Assets

By Staff Writer

An English court can now consider whether to allow the families of 9/11 victims to make a claim on Iranian assets in Britain.

The relatives of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States want the English High Court to enforce a decision made by an American count in 2012. The US court found evidence to support the fact that Iran had provided "material support and resources to al Qaeda [the militant group that carried out the attacks] for acts of terrorism".

IRAN: Protesters in Karaj Chant: High Prices! Inflation! We Can Not Tolerate; Death to the Dictator

IRAN: Protesters in Karaj Chant: High Prices! Inflation! We Can Not Tolerate; Death to the Dictator

Iran Uprising - No. 192

The frustrated people of Karaj protested from the afternoon of July 31 in Gohardasht First Square, with the slogans of: “High prices! Inflation! disaster of people; High prices! Inflation! we can not tolerate, death to the dictator; the nation is begging, Ayatollah (Khamenei) is the Lord; Tanks, Cannons, Firecrackers, the mullah must go! Do not be afraid, we are all together; Today is the day of mourning, the money of the Iranian nation is under the garb of the mullah today; rising today; our enemy is the mullah but they falsely blame the United States; Security forces, Support! Support! This courageous uprising continued until the middle of the night.

Iranian Regime Directly Responsible for Water Crisis

Iranian Regime Directly Responsible for Water Crisis

By Staff Writer

Experts say that Iran is currently experiencing the most extreme and intense drought of the past four decades.

It is believed that at least 40 percent of drinking water in urban areas is being compromised because of failing pipelines that have not had required maintenance and because of the dilapidated systems and networks of waterways.

IRAN: Strike, Protest in Isfahan

IRAN: Strike, Protest in Isfahan

Iran Uprising – No. 191

Beginning this morning, Tuesday, July 31, truck drivers and owners as well as large group of people and youth in the city of Isfahan have been staging a protest against spiraling high prices, repeated power outages and inhuman policies of the clerical regime in the city’s Amirkabir (now called new Shapour) industrial district. They subsequently marched toward the city’s main streets.

IRAN: Shopkeepers, Traders Strike in Many Cities, Tehran Bazaar Merchants Arrested

IRAN: Shopkeepers, Traders Strike in Many Cities, Tehran Bazaar Merchants Arrested

Iran Uprising-No. 190

Mrs. Rajavi's call for public support for strikers and immediate action to release the arrested

After the dollar exchange rate passed 12,000 Tomans on Monday July 30th, many bazaar merchants and shopkeepers in Tehran and various cities went on strike in protest of the catastrophic situation of the country's economy and the destruction of their assets, and refused to open their stores.

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