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News: Iranian society

A National Disaster: “Thoughts of Suicide Is Now Common in All Classes of Iran’s Society”

Thoughts of Suicide Is Now Common in All Classes of Iran’s Society

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

In Iran, the growing disaster of suicide is now prevalent in all kinds of people and across many areas, especially in the more vulnerable ones.

Despite its inaccurate figures, Behdasht News strongly acknowledges the increase in the reported numbers of suicide: “In 2016, there has been 4627 cases of suicide, which is 5% more than that of 2015”.

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Iran Regime Profits off the Sale of Human Organs

Iran Regime Profits off the Sale of Human Organs

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime is selling off human organs, likely harvested from the most vulnerable in society, through ads on state-run websites and Telegram channels that appear at first glance to be selling cars and home appliances.

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Iran: Sistan and Baluchestan Province: Blood and Pain

Iran: Sistan and Baluchestan Province: Blood and Pain

By Amir Taghati

In Iran, Sistan and Baluchestan province is always without a doubt a part of every single conversation relating poverty, malnutrition, lack of facilities, water shortage, unemployment, and education difficulties.

Malnutrition

As admitted by one of the parliament representatives of this province himself, more than 95% of people have no access to food and nutrition in this area. 75% of them are living in absolute poverty, in conditions similar to that of African deserts.

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Iran: Breaking the Taboo of Khamenei and His Leadership

Iran: Breaking the Taboo of Khamenei and His Leadership

By Mahmoud Hakamian

With the ongoing conflicts and struggles within the regime, the position of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is being significantly questioned.

The highly corrupt regime figures are not making things any easier for Khamenei because with their mismanagement, people are only getting more and more furious!

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Iran Faces Further Political Instability Also Due to Water Crisis

Iran Faces Further Political Instability Also Due to Water Crisis

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran is suffering from a number of environmental disasters and setbacks. The water crisis is particularly serious and effects a large part of the population. Waters are extremely polluted, exacerbated by sugar cane refineries and oil wells. Water shortages and outages and water pipelines that are in a state of disrepair, as well as the health issues causes by the consumption of contaminated water, are just a few of the issues that have been raised during recent protests.

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