News: Iran protests
The barbaric mullah regime ruling in Iran is incapable to solve the people’s social problems and difficulties, especially economic problems. It only thinks about the safeguard of its regime. Therefore, the regime’s authorities are looking to plunder and steal people’s property. A huge part of public assets and the country’s capital is used for warmongering policies and funding terrorist proxies and proxy wars in the region.
It has been reported that students at Tehran University in the country’s capital have been protesting. On Wednesday 16th October, students gathered at the mosque on campus for several reasons. Firstly, to protest about President Hassan Rouhani’s presence there. Secondly, the students were protesting the arrest and imprisonment of many of their fellow students that have been detained and handed large prison sentences for their activism. The students slammed the regime for denying the fellow students continuance of their education.
Workers at the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Mill entered their sixth day on strike in protest to the expulsion of their colleagues and the return of their laid off colleagues-September 28, 2019
Hossein Abedini, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI during a press conference in London
Iran's people have been forced to sell their body organs to make ends meet as the rogue regime of Hassan Rouhani is pushing its "boiling society" below the poverty line, Hossein Abedini of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has told Britain's Express.
In an interview with Express.co.uk, published on September 11, 2019, Mr. Abedini said Iranian people have been forced to sell their kidneys and other body organs to survive whilst Iran's "dictatorial" regime tries to divert the attention on international conflicts.
Protests in Iran are continuing with great intensity despite the massive crackdown on the people by the Iranian regime.
Reports from inside the country indicate that there were at least 177 protests held in Iran during the month of August. These protests took place all over the country with an average of 6 per day.