News: Iran protests
By Shahriar Kia
Local fishermen in the city of Chabahar, southeast Iran, held a rally on Thursday protesting Chinese troll vessels in the 12-mile area of the coast.
The semi-official ILNA news agency wrote, “A group of fishermen from Sistan and Baluchistan Province were protesting Chinese troll vessels entering the waters used by small fishing boats and larger vessels belonging to locals.”
By Staff Writer
Iranian university students held a defiant protest against the regime on Monday in Tehran over restrictions on what female students are allowed to wear on campus.
A large number of Tehran University students held a rally on Monday morning, protesting the regime’s oppressive policies under the pretext of hijab regulations on campus.
By Mohammad Sadat Khansari
The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has indicated that the people of Iran are taking to the streets across the country in response to the regime’s reaction to the devastating flooding that has swept across large parts of the country over the past couple of weeks.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
Iranians have been staging angry demonstrations against the Regime’s inadequate response to the country's worst floods in a decade, citing the lack of adequate shelters for those made homeless and decisions to release water from major dams, causing major damage to people’s homes and businesses, to avoid hitting the Regime’s oil wells.
Mohammad Sadat Khansari
The past year has seen thousands of anti-regime protests, demonstrations, and strikes taking place all across Iran, prominently featuring people from every class, race, age, gender, profession, and religion. Their trigger issues were diverse - everything from unemployment to government mismanagement, environmental catastrophe to inflation, the Regime’s support of terror groups to human rights abuses – but they all noted that the mullahs were the root cause of all of Iran’s problems and thus regime change was needed.