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Deprived Villagers Clashed With Regime, Protest Rallies Continue in Various Cities

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Iran Uprising - No. 51

On Sunday, January 21, the protest of deprived people continued in various cities of the country:

1. The villagers of the Ismailieh district of Ahvaz gathered for the second day demanding to work on their farmland, seized by the mullahs’ regime. The police and intelligence agents besieged and attacked the protesters, which led to clashes, and a number of protesters were injured. Farmers have repeatedly called for their land to be returned by presenting their ownership documents, but the regime not only does not return lands, but even refuses to hire them on their own land, and employs non-indigenous workers with very low wages.

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Iran Uprising: Will It Continue? to What End?

The recent uprising in Iran which began on December 28 late last year, has sent shockwaves around the world, including the current debates among Iran policy circles in the United States.

Many policy experts, analysts, and commentators now view and describe the uprising as “watershed”, or “landmark event” or a “tuning point” in the period since 1979.

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Iran: Former Intelligence Minister Admits Protesting Youths Attacked His House During Uprising

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s former intelligence minister, Mullah Dori Najaf Abadi, currently Friday prayer leader in the city of Arak, confessed that the protesting youths attacked his house during the recent uprising in Iran. He said in an interview with state-run media regarding Iranian uprising: “The recent incident (uprising) was different that previous ones and that is they were not 100 percent the same. Mojahedin (PMOI) affiliates and others were more involved.

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Primary Causes of Poverty and Popular Uprisings in Iran

The Enormous Cost of the Regime's Warmongering, Terrorism and Domestic Suppression

January 2018

As the uprising against the clerical regime engulfed various Iranian cities, protestors' slogans expressed some aspects of the cause of that movement, namely grueling high prices and economic strains on an array of social sectors. Giving rise to these circumstances is the fact that the religious dictatorship has channeled Iran's human resources and economic reserves toward domestic suppression, warmongering and expansion of terrorism abroad, leading to increasing poverty and deprivation among the population in Iran.

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Iran Regime Is Murdering Protesters; World Must Speak Out

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime has met the protests of their citizens with extrajudicial killings, torture, and mass imprisonment, according to the leading Iranian opposition group.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) reported on Tuesday that the Regime’s so-called security forces have already killed at least 50 people and imprisoned over 8,000, and tortured at least five people to death in jail, while the majority of Western governments have failed to speak out against this cruelty.

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Massive Crackdown on the Peaceful Demonstrations in Iran

Date of report: January 9, 2018

Since December 28, 2017, when the protest against high prices began in Mashhad, northeast of Iran, and then spread throughout the country, at least 50 people were killed, more have been injured and several thousand have been arrested.

The Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) has begun a house-to-house search in many smaller towns, arresting those identified in the protests, terrorizing the people and threatening them not to take part in any protests.

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