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Iran News in Brief – July 3, 2021




Protests on Saturday in Iran

On Saturday, several reports from inside Iran indicate continuing protests in different cities and provinces. Teachers in Tehran, municipal workers in Khorramshahr, and environmentalists in Khuzestan province were among the protesting groups.


Iran: The Staggering Number of Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds 321,300


The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Friday, July 2, 2021, that the Coronavirus death toll in 547 cities is more than 321,300. The number of victims in Tehran has reached 75,176, Isfahan 21,715, Khuzestan 20,351, Khorasan Razavi 19,565, West Azerbaijan 11,943, Fars 10,802, Alborz 9,138, Sistan and Baluchestan 7,826, Kerman 7,388, Kermanshah 6,198, Kurdistan 5,467, Hormozgan 4,790, Ardabil 3,950, Bushehr 3,484, and South Khorasan 2,966.

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MP: COVID-19 To Become Humanitarian Catastrophe in SE Iran


The MP of Chabahar County said on June 30 that there would be a “humanitarian catastrophe” in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan if the COVID-19 conditions are not attended to. According to the state-run ISNA News Agency, Moinuddin Saeedi said in a parliament meeting held on June 30 that the Sistan and Baluchestan province has passed the tragedy stage and is becoming a humanitarian catastrophe.

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Free Iran 2021 rally will send a clear message to the world

Free-Iran-2020In little over a week, the Iranian Resistance will hold its annual convention, an event that gathers thousands of people from around the world to support the cause of democracy, freedom, and regime change in Iran.

This year’s Free Iran rally will be held while Iran has seen tremendous developments. The world watches as the Iranian regime has finally shed its threadbare façade of democracy and legitimacy and has revealed its true colors: a brutal gang of criminals that have only stayed in power through violence, terrorism, and corruption.
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Iran’s Parliament Seeks To Block All Foreign Social Networks


With the severe failure of domestically produced social networks and the non-use of them by Iranian users, now, after nearly three years, the plan to organize and control social media is on the agenda of the regime’s parliament. Now, after the Presidential elections, it seems that parliament will enact different laws in order to organize foreign social networks, which was predictable with the entry of Ebrahim Raisi into the government as the new president.

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More Iranian Women Sentenced Despite Horrible Prison Conditions


The clerical regime’s Judiciary continues to hand down prison sentences to Iranian women activists and imprison them despite terrible prison conditions during the pandemic. According to the main Iranian opposition force, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, or Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK), the death toll in Iran due to the Coronavirus has surpassed 321,300 persons by the evening of Friday, July 2, 2021, the world’s highest per capita death toll.

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Iran News in Brief, July 3, 2021

Iran news in brief, July 3, 2021

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