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News: Iran protests

Iranian Students Protest Ahead of Student Day

Iranian Students Protest Ahead of Student Day

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Large numbers of university students in Iran held protest rallies on Tuesday, in solidarity with striking workers, as well as jailed students and teachers.

At Tehran’s Amirkabir University of Technology, also known as Polytechnic University, students formed a long human chain, whilst holding signs and chanting slogans. Some of the most memorable, include “Cannons, tanks, guns, they are no longer effective”, “Workers, students, unite, unite”, “Jailed workers, students, and teachers must be released”, and “Victory is near. Down with this deceptive government”.

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Many Crises Running in Parallel Towards the Peak of Iran’s Protests

Many Crises Running in Parallel Towards the Peak of Iran’s Protests

By Mahmoud Hakamian

These days, various crises can be witnessed across Iran. Crises that may not appear as serious individually but add up to a rather alarming picture when put together. Crises that inevitably call for a transformation as big as a revolution! Crises that come in different shapes, such as poverty and unemployment, and add more fuel to regime’s fire.

Let’s take a look at some of these crises

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Iranians Are Calling for “Death to Rouhani”

Iranians Are Calling for “Death to Rouhani”

By Staff Writer

Thousands of angry Iranians have come together in various anti-regime protests in the past few weeks, shouting “Death to Rouhani” and calling out the “rotten” regime, with many steelworkers, factory workers, teachers, and merchants staging nationwide walkouts to demand the payment of overdue wages, better working conditions and the release of their imprisoned colleagues.

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The Formation of ‘Workers’ Movements’ and Their Role in Fighting Iran Regime

The Formation of ‘Workers’ Movements’ and Their Role in Fighting Iran Regime

By Shahriar Kia

In Iran’s current circumstances, workers must fight along others for their rights, as they are doing now; otherwise they’ll get destroyed by regime’s oppression. but what these workers need now is more strength and better organisation. They must keep in mind that they’re facing an enemy that doesn’t hesitate to use all means, including some of the most advanced techniques and equipment, to survive; an enemy that is increasingly adding to its military forces and continues to oppress every opposing voice. All must come together and unite against the regime.

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Iran: Protesting Farmers Urge Government to Act

Iran: Protesting Farmers Urge Government to Act

‌By Amir Taghati

The economic situation in Iran is causing a great number of hardships for the people. More Iranians are losing their livelihoods and the situation is becoming more and more desperate for a growing number of people.

Farmers in particular are effected by the Iranian regime’s negligence and mismanagement. The Iranian regime has constantly neglected to deal with pressing environmental issues and it has also provoked some serious environmental disasters. Waterways have been rerouted away from farmers and communities towards the regime’s own interests.

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Iranian Regime: The End Is in Sight

Iranian Regime: The End Is in Sight

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Domestic tension in Iran is still high. Since the end of last year, the people of Iran have been taking to the street in protest against the Iranian regime. They have been calling for regime change for a number of reasons, in particular because of the dire economic situation, rising unemployment, poor employment conditions, the disregard of human rights and the widespread corruption.

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