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Iranian Children Are the Regime’s First Victims

The reports are emerging of another horrifying practice that has been taking place in Iran – the sale of children

Social unrest is felt all across Iran. The economic situation has resulted in people getting poorer and poorer with more people falling into the absolute : Official Sexually Abuse Child Labourers
Child labourers in Iran are being physically and sexually abused by local public officials, as they try to earn small amounts of money working on the streets, according to a video published by state-run media outlet Asr-e Iran. , 25,000 children in this province are deprived from receiving education, making Golestan the second-worst province in this regard.https://t.co/URWtvvroht pic.twitter.com/ULIDHklIZE

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 Children in Iran suffer immeasurably with regard to the regime’s destructive policies. Many families are unable to send their children to school, simply because they cannot afford the necessary supplies. Some children are also forced to work on the streets to be able to contribute to the family income. 

Iran has a number of social crises that need to be addressed urgently, but the regime does not seem to care. It continues to plunder the nation’s wealth on terrorism and other malign activities and it does not seem to spare a second thought for the widespread suffering and hardship that the people face. 

For as long as the Iranian regime is in power, the situation will remain the same. The greedy mullahs care only about what will make them richer. The greater good is a concept that does not exist with this selfish leadership.  

The people are well aware that this is the true nature of the regime and this is one of the many reasons why there have been many anti-government demonstrations and protests over the past few years. The people are determined to be the force behind regime change, and they are certainly going to be the ones responsible for restoring democracy, freedom and the respect of human rights.  

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