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Iran Regime's Fear of Nationwide Protests on the Verge of National Fire Festival

Iran Uprising - No. 107

The clerical regime, fearful of the explosion of anger of the people in the National Fire Festicval (Last Wednesday of each year in Persian calendar) and following the call of the social headquarter of the People’s Mojahedin inside Iran, under the title of "The National Fire Festival celebration; another uprising against the dictatorship of the mullahs," tries in vain to reduce the scope and dimensions of popular uprisings on this day with all kinds of threats and arrests.

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Iran: Armed Assault by Suppressive Forces on Thousands of Protesting Farmers

Iran Uprising – No. 106

Thousands of farmers in Eastern Isfahan, including fed-up farmers of Varzaneh city, on Wednesday morning, March 9, rallied to protest against the regime for refusing to give them the ‘right to water’. Furious farmers parked their tractors on both sides of the road and marched toward Varzaneh water pumping station on Yazd road. Farmers chanted: "Do not be afraid, do not be afraid we are all together"; "Right- seekers are labeled as saboteurs "; "Shame on you with your management; Shame on you with your justice"; "Death to the irresponsible authorities."

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Maryam Rajavi: The Arisen and Combatant Women of Iran Are the Pivotal Force for Change

On the International Women's Day, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, said women were at the center of the nationwide uprising in January 2018, which shook the regime of the mullahs to the core. She added the 39-year history of this regime is a history of suppression of Iranian women, and year after year, misogynist laws have been increased and repressive measures against women have been intensified. The smallest demands of women in this regime cannot be implemented, because the echo of each of these demands in the ear of the mullahs is the same as overthrowing the regime.

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Strike and Protest of Workers, Farmers, Retirees and Looted People Continue

Iran Uprising -No. 103

On Tuesday, March 6, protests of deprived and low-wage people continued in various cities of the country:

1. On the third day of their nationwide strike, the Haft Tapeh Sugarcane workers demanded the release of the arrested workers, payment of four months' unpaid salaries and insurance premiums. They carried placards which wrote: "We, the Haft Tapeh Sugarcane workers, are hungry; our families need money."

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