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Iran: Protests and Demonstrations on the Occasion of International Workers' Day

Iran Uprising – No. 150

Despite the repressive measures and deceptive tactics of the Iranian regime, and despite the fact that the regime had refused to grant the workers a permit for their rally, the workers, the toilers and the looted people turned the International Workers’ Day on Tuesday, May 1st, into anti-government demonstrations in different cities to protest their catastrophic situation of work and livelihood.

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Call for Protest Against Shutting Down Telegram by Iran Regime

Iran Uprising – No. 149

Blocking Telegram in fear of uprising and inability to curb popular uprisings

On Monday, April 30, Iran's judiciary stated: "All Internet service providers in the country ... are required to apply the full blocking of the website and application of the Telegram social network starting April 30, 2018 .... Blocking should be implemented in a way that the content of this network will not be available in the country with any software (including anti-filter, etc.). Defying this order will be subject to prosecution."

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Iran: Workers' Day Demonstration With the Slogan: "Detained Workers Should Be Released"; Further Arrests in Tehran and Saghez

Iran Uprising –No.148 –Workers’ Day

On Tuesday, May 1, thousands of workers, retirees, and other deprived people gathered and marched in front of the Majlis on the occasion of the International Workers’ Day and in protest of their dire livelihood. They chanted: “Detained workers should be released”; “Bread, housing and freedom is our absolute right”; “Astronomical salaries and public misery”; “Social security is our absolute right”; “Worker, teacher, student; United, United”.

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Clashes Between People and IRGC, Strikes and Protests Across Iran

Iran Uprising - No. 145

On Tuesday night, April 24, the people of Marivan in the Kurdistan province clashed with the criminal Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). The clash took place when Pasdar-Colonel (IRGC colonel) Kaveh Kohneh-Poushi along with another Pasdar, Latif Nikpay, murdered an inhabitant from one of the villages of Marivan. The people burnt down the houses of the two criminals in protest of this crime.

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Regime's Authorities Acknowledge the Catastrophic Economic Crisis in the Country and Their Fear of Explosion of People's Anger

Iran Uprising – No. 146

Concerns about the severity of the deadly economic crises and the fear of a storm that will destroy the integrity of the regime can be seen in many statements by regime officials at various levels, as well as Majlis representatives and government media these days. While revealing the betrayals and plunders of the rival gang, each faction blames and threatens the other.

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Iran: One Week Passed Over the Strikes in Border Provinces

Iran Uprising - No. 144

On Saturday, April 21, the strike of merchants and shopkeepers in the provinces of Kurdistan, Kermanshah and West Azarbaijan continued for the seventh consecutive day. The merchants of Sar-e-Pol-e Zahab and Mahabad also had joined the protest on Friday. Meanwhile, repressive forces have arrested a number of strikers in recent days to prevent the spread of these protests.

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Iran: Uprising of Thousands of People in Kazerun

Iran Uprising – No. 143

Protests of workers, looted people and other deprived people across the country continue

The uprising of thousands of Kazerun's people, especially the brave youth, continued on the afternoon of April 19th for the fifth day. The demonstration was held while the city's fake council and Friday prayer preacher and government media outlawed any gathering until the Kazerun city separation plan is determined.

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