Iran: Protests and Strikes – the Society Is in the Crisis of Livelihood, and the Government Is in the Crisis of Legitimacy
By Mahmoud Hakamian
The ongoing protests and strikes in Iran, have become significant determining factors for people’s social and political affairs.
Dominated by such an oppressive, non-responsive, and monopolistic regime, it’s inevitable that these protests and strikes are deemed political, or as the regime puts it, “security” concerns; and as they grow in frequency and intensity (as they have so since January), so do people in their potential to subvert the regime.
By Staff Writer
The director of planning and integration of Lake Urmia Restoration Project, Masoud Tajrishi, stated that Iran’s management of water resources is based on fear and ignorance; he reported that the Energy Ministry refuses to obey the law and release the dam waters into Lake Urmia.
The Grand Rally for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI): Solidarity Brings About Change
By Staff Writer
Since Khomeini’s consolidation of the Iranian Revolution, the neighbouring countries have been the sad witnesses of the growing dominance of an Islamic caliphate in Iran.
Looking at the past 39 years, one can clearly see that the history of Iran’s regime is filled with terrorism, warmongering, massacre, promotion of fundamentalism, and consequent tensions and conflicts.
By Amir Taghati
7 years ago, 12 girl students were burned in their classroom; today, they are still crying out for help, but the regime is paying no attention.
Shin Abad, which is a district in Piranshahr City in Iran’s North West; and is now one of the country’s most well-known villages.