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News: Iran protests

Iran Protesters Will Overthrow Mullahs

Iran Protesters Will Overthrow Mullahs

By Staff Writer

Iran regime’s leader Ali Khamenei recently accused the US of planning to disrupt Iran through sanctions and encouraging the popular people’s protest in order to cause a civil war.

He also claimed that the Iranian Regime was strong enough to survive the US’s plot and boasted that the mullahs would celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution in February; an obvious reference to comments from US National Security Advisor John Bolton, where he said that the Regime would fall before then.

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Iran Will See Great Change in 2019

Iran Will See Great Change in 2019

By Staff Writer

The nationwide anti-regime protest movement of 2018, indicates that 2019 will be a year of great change for Iran, according to a new report by Iran News Wire, with the very real potential for the overthrow of the Regime.

In late December 2017, a massive demonstration over the release of a draft budget that cut funding for the poor and increased military spending rocked the northeastern city of Mashhad, but within 24 hours the tune of the protest had changed and the people were turning on the mullahs.

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Condemnation of the Arrest of Dozens of Workers of Iran’s Ahvaz Steel

Condemnation of the Arrest of Dozens of Workers of Iran’s Ahvaz Steel

Brussels- 19 Dec 2018

Workers of Iran’s Ahvaz Steel National Industrial Group have been on strike for 40 days. We were informed that dozens of workers were arrested by Iranian regime’s security forces on Sunday night, 16 December 2018.

Many workers have been protesting every day and chanting slogans such as "We stand, we die, we do not accept humiliation; neither threat, nor prison, they are no longer useful; student, worker, unity; imprisoned worker must be freed; imprisoned student must be freed; neither ruler nor the state, can overcome the worker; neither ruler, nor the state, think about the nation; inflation, high prices, respond Rouhani; our country is a thief house; it's unique in the world; liar Rouhani…

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Iran Regime Terrified of Protests, Reveals Supreme Leader

Iran Regime Terrified of Protests, Reveals Supreme Leader

By Staff Writer

New warnings from Iran Regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei about increased unrest in 2019 shows that the Regime as a whole is scared of growing popular protests.

The state-run Tasnim News Agency reported that during a meeting with the families of the so-called “Shrine Defenders” who were killed in Syria and Iraq, Khamenei accused the US of planning to “create [disruption] and civil war with the help of sanctions and counter security measures” and “drag people on the streets” to protest in Iran.

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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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