Rouhani Blames Protesting Investors, Saying Central Bank Cannot Provide Money for Earthquake Relief

Following a meeting between the head of Iran’s three branches, regime President Hassan Rouhani, accompanied by parliamentary chief Ali Larijani and judiciary chief Sadeq Larijani, had the audacity to blame protesting investors who have lost their entire savings to state-run financial institutes.

“The people should be careful and place their money in banks and institutions that are well known and trusted, and doubt those entities that promise high profits,” he said on Saturday.

Iran: Increasing Anger and Hatred Against Clerical Regime and Khamenei

Following the spread of protests by the people who are plundered by government institutions, and their increasing anger and hatred against the clerical regime and Khamenei, the Supreme Security Council ordered state radio and television not to publish the news of protests and rallies of the plundered people. "The Supreme National Security Council passed a bill that prevented radio and television from broadcasting depositors' voices through the national media ... after failing to broadcast my interviews on this issue twice, I followed up on the matter and I was told that the Supreme National Security Council has allowed radio and television in a resolution to prevent broadcasting of depositors' voices," said Vaghfchi, a parliamentarian, who added that the protests of the plundered people "are among the country's super-challenges. 10 percent of Iranians are involved in the financial institutions problem."(ILNA state news agency, November 1).

Insane Reaction of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) to People's Gathering in Pasargadae

Pasargadae No. 4

The clerical regime this year had an insane reaction to the 7th of Aban (October 29) gathering and the commemoration ceremony of the birthday of Cyrus the Great. All the repressive organs, especially the Revolutionary Guards, did resort to every repressive tricks to terrorize the society and prevent the formation of a large popular gathering in Pasargadae.

Mullahs Fear Massive Gathering of People in Pasargadae and Take Extensive Suppressive Measures to Prevent It

Pasargadae No. 3

The efforts of the brave people to gather in Pasargadae on October 29th have scared the religious fascism ruling Iran which has long mobilized its suppressive forces to confront it.

Hundreds of Checkpoints Set up on Main and Secondary Roads of Pasargad, Many People Arrested

Pasargadae No. 2

In order to demonstrate national unity against the anti-national and anti-Iranian regime of Velayat-e Faqih, people from different cities of the country started to go to Pasargadae since Friday, October 27 to commemorate Cyrus the Great. In fear of the rally turning into an uprising against the clerical regime, regime officials have taken repressive measures for the past few weeks to prevent this move. These measures have intensified since last week, especially during the past three days:

Massive Repressive Measures Taken by IRGC to Confront the Huge Popular Cyrus the Great Gatherings in Pasargadae

Pasargadae No. 1

In fear of mass demonstrations and mass gatherings in Pasargadae on the birthday of Cyrus the Great, the anti-human and anti-Iranian mullahs’ regime has conducted military maneuvers and massive repressive measures in various cities of Fars province, especially the cities and the surrounding areas of Pasargadae.

Iran: Orumieh, People Set Ablaze an IRGC Affiliate Basij Force Base

Yesterday, October 23rd, after a 12-year-old girl was raped at the ‘Rah-e Shohada’ girls’ school in Islamabad district in Orumieh (northwestern Iran), the families of students as well as the people who were supporting them staged a protest rally. In the aftermath of the protests, angry and protesting youth burned down the base of anti-popular Bassij base at the Qods Mosque in that district last night.

Iran news in brief

Terrorist Training Camps in Iran Run by IRGC

Iran regime’s security agents Raid Workers Using Tear Gas in Central Province

Violent attack of regime’s police forces on protesting gold miners in the North West of Iran

Iran: Protest In Mashhad against Credit Institutions, 6 June 2017

Iran: Thousands Protest In Tehran against Credit Institutions, 6 June 2017

Protests in Iran over desecration of statue of hero in Iranian constitutional revolution

Ex-Tehran University President urges Iran’s youths to protest against dictatorship

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