NCRI - A fired Iranian government worker from a town in Iran’s Kerman Province has set the mayor on fire, whilst the mayor was sitting in his car, according to the Iranian Regime’s IRNA news agency.
On Wednesday March 14, the angry worker poured gasoline into the mayor’s car, whilst the mayor was inside, before igniting the vehicle, causing sustained serious injuries to the mayor.
NCRI - You could barely find a single day on which state officials or media are not warning over Iranian people’s losing patience with the ruling regime.
Sadegh Zibakalam, a university lecturer close to Rouhani says “many say that it’s no use trying to put the regime right as the system is incapable of being improved. I keep being criticized and attacked by many, accusing me of attempting to prevent the regime from being collapsed.”
NCRI - As protest rallies continue to spread across Iran, state officials and media warn over regime’s dark future.
“The country is faced with a lot of super-challenges”, acknowledges Eshaq Jahangiri, first vice-president of Hassan Rouhani’s government, for the nth time, adding”we have challenges in different economic, social, cultural and political areas, both domestically and internationally. Restoring social assets is a crucial issue for us. But unfortunately, dialogue has been taken off the agenda and replaced by conflict instead, which is going to apply a heavy pressure on the society.” (State-run Khabaronline website, February 26, 2018)
NCRI - A Tehran municipality official says the number of homeless people, cardboard sleepers and beggars in the city has reached 25,000, and 21,000 have also been imprisoned in this metropolis.
The deputy of the cultural and social affairs of the Municipality of Tehran expressed these remarks at a meeting of “Social Justice” in the Ministry of Co-operation, Labor and Social Welfare.