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News: Iranian society

Poverty and Misery, the Achievements of Iran’s Regime

Destitute homeless Iranians live in cemeteries inside empty graves

Iran is among the richest countries in the world, with a wealth of mineral resources, oil, gas, and a diverse eco-system, but the majority of its people live under the poverty line. So what is the origin of this problem? Is it the United States’ sanctions on Iran? Or is it the Iranian regime’s incompetence. The root of the problem lies in the regime’s warmongering policies which leads the regime to plunder the Iranian nation’s wealth. 

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Iran Regime’s Long Record of Destruction of the Environment

Sand Storm, due to mismanagement and destruction of the environment by the Iranian regime and its IRGC

Iranian provinces face a water shortage crisis. During the summer, many of Iran’s southern provinces lacked access to water. What is the origin of this crisis? The destructive policy of the Iranian regime that has pushed the Iranian environment to the edge of destruction.  In this article, we will examine the effects of the ongoing destruction of the environment on Iranian society and the consequences, such as the water crisis or the devastating floods that happened earlier this year.

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Iran Faces a Shortage of 150,000 Nurses as Health Workers Leave Country

Iran Faces a Shortage of 150,000 Nurses as Health Workers Leave Country

The head of Iran's Nursing Organization admitted on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, that Iran is facing a shortage of 150,000 nurses due to emigration of Iranian nurses.

The reason for nurses leaving the country, the official said, is low salaries in Iran, adding, "Everyday, emigration of nurses from Iran is increasing because Iranian nurses are welcomed in foreign countries."

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8-11 Million Iranians Suffer From Absolute Illiteracy

8-11 Million Iranians Suffer From Absolute Illiteracy

A senior official of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Education says there are eight million illiterate people in the country, approximately 10 percent of the population.

Last April, the Iranian parliament’s research center had reported that nearly nine million Iranians suffer from "absolute illiteracy."

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