NCRI - The Iranian regime’s head of judiciary in Khuzestan province claimed that the gathering and guild protests of the workers of National Steel Industrial Group of Iran “do not comply with the law” and added: “Our patience is limited and if the gatherings persist, we have to deal with them”.
The strikes and protests of the workers, employees and various strata of the people continued on Sunday, March 4, in different cities across the country:
NCRI - The President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi,, pledged to continue the fight for freedom in Iran in a speech marking the anniversary of the death of Dr. Mohammad Mosaddegh, leader of Iran’s Nationalist Movement.
NCRI - You could barely find a single day on which state officials or media are not warning over Iranian people’s losing patience with the ruling regime.
Sadegh Zibakalam, a university lecturer close to Rouhani says “many say that it’s no use trying to put the regime right as the system is incapable of being improved. I keep being criticized and attacked by many, accusing me of attempting to prevent the regime from being collapsed.”
Iran Uprising - No. 99
On Saturday, March 3, in addition to widespread protests in the economic powerhouses of Ahvaz National Group, Haft Tapeh sugar cane company, Varzaneh farmers in Isfahan, and looted people by government institutions, there were protests all over the country by the army of the hungry and the unemployed:
By Struan Stevenson
This report highlights the huge significance of the uprising in Iran, which began on 28 December 2017. It shows how millions of ordinary Iranians bravely risked their lives to join mass public protests against the repressive theocratic regime that has held power in Iran for the past 39 years. The widespread nature of these demonstrations is without precedent. People have taken to the streets in some 140 cities across Iran.