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Statements: Iran protests

Students demonstrate in Tehran and Polytechnic universities

File Photo: A student protest in Iran

Nationwide uprising – Statement 183 

NCRI - Students at Tehran University Technical Department staged a gathering in protest to a visit to the department by Safar Harandi, Deputy Commander of the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, on Monday, October 19.

Students chanted “Murderer go out” and threw shoes at him. Their protests and anti-regime slogans went on for hours. Harandi is one of the key figures in suppression of opponents of the clerical regime.

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Thousands of Tehran's Open University students protest

File Photo: Student protest in IranThousands of Tehran’s Open University students protest

NCRI - Thousands of students from Open University in Tehran held a gathering on Tuesday to protest against increased suppression and arrests of university students across the country.

Students join the protest which began at 12:30 p.m. local time. The participants expressed their anger against the clerical regime in its entirety by chanting slogans that included: “Death to dictator,” “Students die, but not humiliated” and “Basiji get lost.”

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Iran: Wagon Pars workers stage protest outside factory

File photo: Workers protest in IranNCRI - Workers at Wagon Pars Company in Arak held a protest outside the factory on Saturday. They have been protesting against delay in their wage payments for the past two months. In addition to day shift workers, the workers in night shift also participated in this gathering today. Day shift workers also held protest on October 8 for the same demand. 

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Iran: Sugar cane factory workers in Haft Tappeh stage protest

NCRI - Some 500 deprived workers of the Haft Tappeh sugar cane factory in Khuzestan Province staged a protest in front of the factory’s entrance on Saturday, October 3, 2009. The workers were protesting against non-payment of salaries over the past two months. In addition to other legitimate demands, they were also angry over the absence of a regular schedule of payment, fall in wages, and the lack of implementation of a plan that categorizes job roles.

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Iran: Sugar cane factory workers in Haft Tappeh stage protest

NCRI - Some 500 deprived workers of the Haft Tappeh sugar cane factory in Khuzestan Province staged a protest in front of the factory’s entrance on Saturday, October 3, 2009. The workers were protesting against non-payment of salaries over the past two months. In addition to other legitimate demands, they were also angry over the absence of a regular schedule of payment, fall in wages, and the lack of implementation of a plan that categorizes job roles.

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Iranian regime prepares to prevent protests during Friday's soccer match

 NCRI - On Thursday, a day before a scheduled soccer match at the Azadi stadium between Persepolis and Esteqlal soccer clubs, the police chief of Greater Tehran, Azizollah Rajabzadeh, expressed trepidation over protest acts by Iran’s brave youth and people, saying, “There is a minority that intends to bring political matters into the stadium. The police will decisively deal with these individuals.”

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Iran: People join student protest

 Nationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 175

Thousands of Tehran residents gathered outside Sharif University in support of students’ courageous protest against the regime’s Minister of Science visiting the University. They joined the students in chanting “Death to dictator.” A large number of State Security Forces and agents of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security are trying to prevent people from joining them. Students and people were chanting in unison “Sharif [students] will die but will not be humiliated.”

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