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Protests targeting corrupt regime’s policies
July 18, 2018 - Reports from cities across Iran indicate an increasing number of protest rallies as angry demonstrators are seen voicing major dissent and abhorrence regarding corrupt policies of the ruling mullahs’ regime.
A large number of teachers in Tehran, Mazandaran, Eslamabad Gharb, Shairar, Rasht and a number of other cities and provinces, in solidarity with other teachers across the country, are joining the campaign of torching or tearing apart their paychecks to express their abhorrence regarding the fact that authorities are refusing to increase their paychecks and that the mullahs’ regime is literally stealing their money.
New protests held in Tehran & Rasht
Retired bank employees, Kian Tire workers, credit firm clients seeking their savings returned are staging new protests in Tehran & Rasht
Hundreds of retired bank employees in Tehran are staging protests and demanding answers to their requests. These rallies continued on Tuesday and were held outside the Retired Employees Fund.
The protesters were chanting:
“We will return until we get what we deserve”
“We don’t want hollow promises”
“Directors must answer to us”
“Incompetent directors, resign, resign”
July 16, 2018 - Demonstrations and strikes are continuing across Iran. Protesters are raising their voice over severe water and electricity shortages, and credit firm clients seeing their investments stolen by state-run outlets. Workers and teachers aren’t being paid, while prices are skyrocketing throughout the country, mainly due to severe ups and downs in the country’s currency value.
The people’s demonstrations are now being linked to the PMOI/MEK’s network of members and supporters inside Iran, and this is making senior regime officials extremely concerned over this organization’s growing influence across the country.
Iranian Government’s Slow Response to Undrinkable Water in Khuzestan Sparks Protests
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Full report of Uprising of brave people and youths of Borazjan
July 8, 2018-A large crowd of people from Borazjan (Bushehr province in southern Iran) protested on Sunday, July 8th for the second day in a row with the slogan "Death to the dictator."
The demonstration is taking place near the Mellat Bank and the Hospital Square.
On Saturday evening July 7th, brave people, and youths of Borazjan (Bushehr province, southern Iran) protested against the lack of drinking water for four days and the neglect of the regime's corrupt and oppressive officials about the disastrous situation of livelihoods in the city.
The demonstration, which started from the hospital's square, continued until the very last hours of the night. The people chanted: Death to the dictator; the enemy is right here, they are lying it is the United States; let go of Syria, think about us; We do not want incompetent government; Don’t be scared, don’t be scared, we are all together; Neither Gaza nor Lebanon, my life for Iran; With a less embezzlement our problems would be solved; We shall die, but do not tolerate humiliation; With a less theft, our problems will be solved.
By giving hollow promises, the Iranian regime’s authorities tried to disperse the people and quell their anger. But the people booed them and chanted: it is a lie, it is a lie. Khamenei's representative and the criminal Friday prayer imam of the city escaped the scene in fear of the people’s uprising.
Due to the traitorous and devastating policies of the mullahs, many of the cities are in terrible conditions in the very hot weather of the summer due to lack of water. Last week, Khorramshahr and other cities in Khuzestan launched massive demonstrations in protest of being deprived of drinking water.
According to Shahin Pakrooh, one of the deputies of water and wastewater engineering company of the regime, 334 cities are facing the shortage of water this summer, out of which 107 cities are in the red situation. It is expected that Isfahan, Kerman, Fars, Khorasan, and Sistan-Baluchistan provinces will face a more severe crisis (Tasnim, the IRGC news agency, April 24)
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
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Locals of another southern city protesting water shortages
July 7, 2018 - People in the city of Borazjan in southern Iran poured into the streets on Saturday, protesting the recent severe water shortage crisis.
Iranian regime forces arrest dozens in Babak Fort, East Azerbaijan
While we approach the yearly ceremony at Babak Fort, a monument of ancient Persian history, the agents of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) have proceeded with arresting and imprisoning dozens of people from the cities of Urumiyeh, Ahar, and Moqan. According to some sources, the number of arrested is as high as 50.
The fort is located in the mountains near the city of Kalibar in Eastern Azerbaijan, northwest of Iran. It is the stronghold of Babak Khurramdin, a historic Persian figure who fought against the foreign invasion of the country. Every year, Iranians gather at the fort to commemorate and celebrate the legacy and memory of Khurramdin. This is a tradition that has gained popularity in the past decades, and many tourists attend the ceremony every year.
Full report of Khorramshahr uprising:
on Jun 29th in Khorramshahr people portests for extremely poor water conditions and were killed by the Revolutionary Guards and the riot guard for their demands.then the protests spread to all KHoseztan province in southern Iran.
Khorramshahr protest elevates standards
Khuzestan Province in the southwest, especially Abadan and Khorramshahr where locals were protesting severe water shortage, began making noise.
People were chanting:
“Stupid officials, the water is salty”
“Rouhani, shame on you, let go of the country,” in reference to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
“Death to Khamenei,” in reference to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
The demonstration escalated in downtown districts as riot police began using tear gas and pellet guns to quell the protests. Brave youths were scene putting up a strong stance and resisting their measures.
Many reports indicated hit and run skirmishes in numerous areas of the city. Videos on social media showed the youth erecting numerous bastions, throwing back tear gas canisters at the security forces and defending themselves with whatever means possible, including hurling rocks.
Sunday night cities and towns across Khuzestan Province, including Ahvaz, Mahshahr, Sarbandar and others were scenes of locals demonstrating in support of the Khorramshahr protests.
On Sunday, July 1, families of detainees gathered in front of the police headquarters and called for the release of their children and relatives.
During the night, people and youths in Ahwaz, Abadan, Mahshahr, Karoon, and Khormoussa rallied in support of the Khorramshahr uprising. The youth of Ahwaz began their demonstrations on Naderi Street chanting the slogans: "Death to the dictator"; “My life for the sake of Karoon (river); “The people of Khorramshahr are thirsty”; “Yes, yes to the revolution”.
In Khormoussa, despite the intensive presence of the police agents, the people rallied with the slogan "My life for the sake of Khorramshahr".
In Abadan, people's demonstrations in the Selich district turned into clashes. The repressive police force have surrounded this part of Abadan. The anti-riot guards are tightly deployed on the city's bridge and have closed the roads and do not allow people to commute.
The gathering of the brave youth of Khorramshahr was attacked by the Revolutionary Guards and the riot guard on Saturday night. Despite the intensive presence of all kinds of repressive forces, the brave youth confronted them by chanting the slogans “Death to Khamenei; “Death to “the Islamic Republic”; “Death to Rouhani”; “Cannon, tank, firecracker, the mullahs must get lost”; “Do not be scared; do not be scared; we are all together”; “Sludge water, salty water, because of stupid authorities”. The mercenaries’ attack on furious young people led to street clashes. A number of people were injured and some were harmed due to direct shootings and firing tear gas. The protesters confronted the repressive forces with no weapons and burned some trash bins and tires in order to block the path of mercenaries, and threw back the tear gas thrown by the mercenaries. Shooting bullets could be heard across the city for many hours. The agents of the repressive forces ruined the new bridge of Khorramshahr and destroyed the shops and the people’s belongings in order to pave the way for subsequent repressions. A vehicle of the special anti-riot unit was set to fire by the furious youth.
Intelligence agents and plainclothes agents of the regime arbitrarily arrested dozens of people on Saturday night and Sunday morning in an assault on people’s houses in various neighborhoods of the city.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, saluted the people and the youth of Khorramshahr and other cities of Khuzestan province, and described the shooting against defenseless people of Khorramshahr and suppressing their just demonstrations as an example of the crime against humanity and called for immediate action by the UN Security Council. She called on the Iranian people, especially the brave youth of Khuzestan province, to support the uprising of Khorramshahr.
The water crisis in Iran