Iran: Strikes and Protests Spread to Different Cities

 

workers working in the Persian Gulf Transportation Company

Strikes and protests among various walks of society, continues across the country

1. On Tuesday, January 16, the protest of 220 workers of Tabriz Tractor-Sazi factory continued after more than a month. They are protesting for no payment of their salaries after 10 months and closing down the factory. They started their protest on Thursday, December 14.

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The Offices of 60 Friday Prayer Imams Were Attacked During the Uprising

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Iranian regime and its criminal authorities from different factions, who have seen the prospect of regime’s overthrow during the people’s uprising, express their severe fear and deep concern over the people’s anger and disgust of Khamenei and other ruling mullahs.

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Assassination Attempt on Workers’ Representative of Iran’s Main Sugarcane Company, for Leading a Strike

The workers of the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Agri-Industrial Company in the city of Shush (Khuzestan Province) once again went on strike in protest against the non-payment of their salaries and demands. The recent strike of the Haft Tapeh workers follows the last month protest that ended conditionally on December 14, 2017, with the payment of one month salary and the promise of regime officials to address other demands of the workers. Workers demanded payment of five months' wages and insurance premiums, as well as payment of the salaries of contracting workers for 2015 and 2016. Failure to implement the promises of regime officials and the predatory employer has forced the deprived workers of the Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Company to go on strike again.

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Killing of Three Other Detained Youth in Sanandaj and Zanjan Torture Chambers

(From left) Kianoosh Zandi, Mohammad Nasiri, Saroo Ghahramani

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The Iranian Resistance offers its condolences for the martyrdom of Kianoush Zandi, Sarou Ghahremani and Mohammad Nassiri, who were arrested during the uprising of the Iranian people, to their families, friends, companions and all rising people of Iran, and urges the international community to take immediate action to confront anti-human crimes of the clerical regime. The blood of these fallen for freedom martyrs, will surely dispel the root of the brutal regime of the Velayat-e faqih forever from Iran, and will rid Iran and the region of this medieval regime.

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Iran Protests Are Not Only About Regime Corruption in Economy

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The widespread anti-regime protests in Iran have been fuelled by corruption at all levels of government that has tanked the economy- especially since the 2015 nuclear deal.

Lee Smith, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute noted that the protests are definitely political, as the protesters are widely calling for an end to the Regime, but they are driven by economic factors that have not been solved by the nuclear accord.

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The Number of Detainees During Uprising Is at Least 8,000

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Call for immediate action to free the deatinees and to protect their families

The massive and widespread arrests of youths in different cities, which have started since the beginning of the uprising at December 28, still continues. According to reports obtained from inside Iran and from within the regime, the number of arrestees has mounted to at least 8,000 by the end of the second week of the uprising. In recent days, several of these prisoners were martyred under the tortures.

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Invitation to Zarif in Stark Clash With Iranian Protesters Aspirations for Freedom and Democracy

Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of Iran’s ruling religious dictatorship is scheduled to meet Federica Mogherini in Brussels on Thursday, January 11. The meeting coincides with the start of the third week of the Iranian people’s uprising. In the past two weeks, Iranians have protested in more than 140 cities and towns throughout Iran, chanting “death to Khamenei”, “death to Rouhani”, despite suppressive measures in violation of international human rights standards.

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After 13 Days of Silence, Khamenei Acknowledged Continuation of Uprising, and PMOI as the Organizer of It

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Khamenei: PMOI had organized (the uprising) since a few months ago, they selected some people inside the country; they were also the ones who called on the people to make the people follow them

After a deadly and lengthy silence, Khamenei showed up on the thirteenth day of the uprising, and acknowledged the continuation of the uprising. He showed his fear of the anger of people and, with an inverse tone, underscored the fact that the Iranian Resistance and the PMOI are the alternative to his regime. The regime and its media claimed that Khamenei had spoken to the people of Qom, whereas he was addressing a group of government clerics and selected agents. The slogan of the people of Qom, like the rest of the people throughout Iran, has been nothing but “Death to Khamenei” and “Feel shame Khamenei, let go of the country”.

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Two Detained Protesters Martyred in Prison by Interrogators and Torturers

 

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Regime admits the number of arrestees amounted to 3,700, many of them under torture

Sina Ghanbari, a 22 year old youth, who was arrested during the nationwide uprising was martyred by the mullahs’ regime’s torturers in the Evin Prison. The regime's agents, in fear of public reaction to this brutal crime, ridiculously claimed that Sina Ghanbari had committed suicide in prison.

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