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Iran News in Brief – June 21, 2021

Iran: Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Nationwide Resistance
Iran: Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of The Start Of The Nationwide Resistance

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UPDATE: 8:30 PM CEST

The Consequences of A Corrupt and Rigged Selection

With less than a day after the Iranian regime declared Ebrahim Raisi as the winner of its sham presidential election, feudal fighting in Tehran and social unrest in different parts of the country have erupted.

In Jiroft, the South-center of Iran, locals expressed their hatred against those who dared to show up at polling stations to cast their vote; either because of their political affiliation or economic dependency on the regime.

In Yasuj, Southwestern Iran, people clashed with the police over fraud in the city council elections. Also in Karun, Southwestern Iran, even those who have voted couldn’t tolerate the level of fraud and rigging in the ruling system and raised their voices to protest.


UPDATE: 9:00 AM CEST

June 20 Marks the 40th Anniversary of Resistance Against the Iranian Regime- The Historical Red Line Separating Freedom and Religious Tyranny

The boycott was the most significant political and social blow to the mullahs’ supreme leader Ali Khamenei and the religious fascism. It proved and showed to the world that the Iranian people’s only vote is to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. The nationwide boycott is a groundswell of the martyrs’ sacrifices and reflects the Iranian people’s great campaign for justice.

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Iran: Coronavirus Takes The Lives Of More Than 314,900

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Sunday, June 20, 2021, that the Coronavirus death toll in 547 cities across Iran had exceeded 314,900. The number of victims in Tehran has reached 73,826, Isfahan 21,175, Khuzestan 19,851, Khorasan Razavi 19,145, Fars 10,552, Qom 9,795, Golestan 7,515, Sistan and Baluchestan 7,371, Kerman 7,088, North Khorasan 4,478, Hormozgan 4,395, Qazvin 3,629, Zanjan 3,430, and Bushehr 3,329.

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Elimination of Iran’s Workers and Retirees’ Wages With the So-Called “Save Iran” Plan

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Iran’s workers and retirees in Iran are forced to protect themselves from the government and its institutions’ looting plan which are destroying their lives. Now there is news that nearly 60 of the regime’s MPs have put their signatures on the programs of the ‘Regional wages and agreed wages’ which will destroy the workers’ lives. Then regime’s institutions that determine the economic lines of the country consider the ‘saving Iran’ plan an ‘adjusting’ and ‘progressive’ plan.

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Skyrocketing Housing Prices in Iran

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In Iran under the ruling mullahs’ regime, real statistics are a matter of security, confidentiality and out of reach for the public. Specialized institutions refer to some of the relevant statistics from time to time to avoid responsibility and accountability. For example, this spring, which is usually the season when tenants across Iran move to new homes, 40 percent of Iran’s families are tenants, and most of them must look for a smaller house in poorer areas after a year or two.

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The Mullahs’ Intelligence Arrests More PMOI/MEK Supporters in Tehran

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The clerical regime’s Intelligence Ministry arrested Mowloud Safaei and Mohammad Massoud Mo’ini in Tehran on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, and took them to the Evin Prison, in a new wave of arrests of PMOI/MEK supporters in Iran. They are the sister and son of political prisoner Zahra Safaei, presently detained in the notorious Qarchak Prison.

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‘Iranians Denied Free and Fair Elections’: Us Says After Iran Elections 2021

After the clerical regime’s judiciary chief secured victory as expected on Saturday in Iran elections 2021, a State Department spokesman expressed regret that Iranians were denied “free and fair electoral process”. “Iranians have been denied their right to choose their leaders in a free and fair election process,” AFP reported.

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Security Forces Harass Family Members of Executed Wrestling Champion

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The brother of executed wrestling champion Navid Afkari said his sister’s phone was confiscated by intelligence agents. Just hours later all of Elham Afkari’s Instagram posts were removed and videos of Navid’s forced confessions were posted.

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Iran Cyber Police Arrests 3 for “Creating Ambiguity” on Election Day

The Social Deputy of Iran’s Cyber Police (FATA) said yesterday that three people who had published false news with the goal of “creating ambiguity” on election day were detained. According to the state-run ISNA News Agency, Ramin Pashaie, the Social Deputy said they had received complaints from some candidates of the mid-term Parliament and City Councils regarding false information and personal photos that was posted on the internet. He said the Cyber Police was tasked with monitoring and identifying the “criminals”.

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Border Porter Passes Away of Injuries 4 Days After Being Shot by Police in West Iran

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A border porter or “kolbar” who was shot and injured by police in Kermanshah, western Iran, passed away in the hospital on June 18. The porter was identified as Basir Ahmadzadeh. Basir was shot in the head by the state security forces on June 14 in Nosud border area. Ahmadzadeh’s brother was also injured in the shooting, but no report has been published on his condition so far.

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Iran News in Brief, June 21, 2021

Iran news in brief, June 21, 2021


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