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The Strike of Ahvaz Steel Workers Enters Its Second Week

Iran Uprising - No. 88

Protest rallies of Steel Industry Workers in different cities of Iran

The workers of the Ahvaz Steel National Group on Monday February 26 continued their strike for the seventh consecutive day. Those who gathered in front of the governorate in the past three days chanted: “I don’t go from here, until I get my right”; “Workers die, they do not accept abjection”; “No nation has seen this much injustice”; “One less embezzlement, our problem is solved”; “Today is the day of mourning, the poor national group is the victim”. They then marched and blocked the street.

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Strikes in Protest to Closure of Border Markets of Iran

Iran Uprising- No. 87

Call for general solidarity

The strike by marketers and shopkeepers in the Iranian Kurdistan cities of Baneh and Piranshahr, who had gone on strike on Saturday February 24 in protest of closing border markets, continued on Monday for the third day. Marketers and shopkeepers in Sardasht also joined the strike on Monday, February 26, and refused to open their shops. The mullahs’ regime, in fear of spreading the strike to other strata of the population, deployed a large number of riot guards, intelligence agents and plainclothes agents in different parts of these cities.

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The Continuing Protests in Different Cities of Iran

Iran Uprising -No. 86

On Thursday and Friday, February 22 and 23, the protests of noble workers and other deprived groups that were deprived of their basic rights continued in various cities of the country. The rising youth also expressed their disgust at the corrupt and criminal regime with various activities, including burning banners of images of Khamenei, the executioner of the Iranian people, and distributing pamphlets and writing slogans.

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Massive Arrests in Tehran; Call for Urgent Action to Release Detainees

Iran Uprising – No. 84

From Monday night, February 19th, until early morning of February 20, the repressive forces, in several brutal assaults, beat and injured a large number of Dervishes who had staged a protest gathering at Golestan 7 Avenue, and the surrounding streets in Tehran. A large number of people were arrested and transferred to unknown locations.

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Khamenei's Belated Confession to Injustice and Inability to Reform, a Desperate Attempt to Escape Overthrow

 Iran Uprising- No. 82

On Sunday, February 18, in fear of the nationwide uprising and public anger and hatred, Khamenei, the faltering regime’s Supreme Leader, made a belated confession to injustice in the mullahs’ regime, and said: "We are completely aware of the people’s criticisms, and their complaints. We have been told; others have been told too and these words are conveyed to us…. When we say they could criticize, it doesn’t mean that they only criticize the government or the judiciary or the parliament; no, somebody may also criticize me too.” He added, “We are retarded in justice, there is no doubt about it; we acknowledge, and we admit this… Regarding justice, we should try hard, we should work, and we should apologize to the Almighty God and the dear people. We have problems in justice.”

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Gathering of Dervishes in Tehran Attacked by Iran Regime's Suppressive Forces

Iran Uprising- No. 83

This evening (February 19th), repressive forces attacked with tear gas, batons and gunfire a group of Gonabadi Dervishes who had gathered outside the police station in Pasdaran Ave. According to reports, a number of protesters were injured and some were arrested. They had gathered since this morning in protest at arresting one of the Dervishes and demanded his release.

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