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Iranian Teachers’ Monthly Salary Down From $900 to Under $300

Iranian Teachers’ Monthly Salary Down From $900 to Under $300

By Staff Writer

“Officials who set the minimum wage had better see if they can last one week with such salaries.”

While Iran’s economic fluctuations and sharp increase in the value of foreign currencies has put its heavy financial pressure on the country’s wage earners, there’s been a maximum 10 and 20 percent increase in teachers and workers’ salaries, respectively. But in a situation in which cost of living has skyrocketed due to sharp foreign currency appreciation, such small pay rises won’t be able to reduce people’s livelihood issues even a bit.

The Suppressive State of Universities in Iran

The Suppressive State of Universities in Iran

By Staff Writer

Iranian government shut down all student associations as a way to control students and universities after the 2009 protests in Iran, in which many students participated. The government also decreased the number of independent students by increasing government quotas in universities. By 2011, mostly designated students entered universities.

The Place of Art and Iranian Artist in Today’s Iran

The Place of Art and Iranian Artist in Today’s Iran

By Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

With the mullahs’ regime coming to power in 1979, Iran’s art breathed its last as most Iranian artists either had to leave the country or were isolated by the regime and died in obscurity.

By the order of Khomeini, music, dance and any related job or business were banned as being religiously forbidden. Visual arts, drawing, poetry and literature were confined to the mullahs’ backward ideology, with the country’s real artists either being held in prison or living a lonely sorrowful life at home.

Iran: Protests Against Regime’s Plundering Water Resources

 Protests Against Regime’s Plundering Water Resources

By Amir Taghati

For Iranian people, the name of Khuzestan province has always been synonymous with a fertile plain with rich soil that hosts cordial people living on a sea of wealth.

Under the ruling of the mullahs’ regime, however, the same fertile land has now turned into an area in which people lack their most basic need, the drinking water.

Iranian People in Search of Water

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By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran is burning with a water crisis that, according to regime officials, has now turned into one of the country’s six super challenges.

But what are the dimensions of the crisis and how much has it grown?

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