Friday, September 21, 2018

Iran- Diaspora rallying in New York against Rouhani visit

“Path to Freedom in the Iran-Alternative summit” calls UNSC and UNGA in annual UN General Assembly-UNGA73 

The annual UN General Assembly “UNGA” is commencing soon and so are the freedom-loving protestors who are getting ready to voice their concern to the whole world. A large number of Iranian-Americans gathered to assert their support for the continued Iranian protests inside Iran and to call on the international community to support the Iranian people and Iranian resistance movement in the cause for Iranian regime change. The most important thing to mention here is the Concurrency‏ of this summit with the recent Iranian uprising and Iran protests.
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Full report on Second day of protests in New York against the presence of the Iranian regime’s president

Rouhani In New York , Protesters Condemn Iranian Regime Terrorism And Support Iranian Peopl Uprising
Rouhani comes New York , protesters in front of the UN condemn Iranian regime terrorism and support Iranian PPL uprising
New York City; September 25, 2018 – Thousands of Iranian-Americans gathered in New York City to protest against the presence of the  Iranian regime president, Hassan Rouhani, at the United Nations General Assembly, and to call for regime change in Iran. The event was organized by the Association of Iranian Americans in New York and the Organization of Iranian American Communities-US (OIAC), the 2-day program included today’s rally outside the U.N. headquarters as well as street acts and a photo exhibition which will be set up on Wednesday, September 26, 2018.
Dissident Iranians protest against Iran regime’s Rouhani presence in the US and support Iranian people
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Maryam Rajavi: Iran’s Seat At The United Nations Does Not Belong To The Terrorist Regime

Maryam Rajavi: Iran’s seat at the United Nations does not belong to the terrorist regime
While world leaders prepare to address the annual UN General Assembly, a large crowd of Iranian-Americans gathered in a New York venue to voice their support for continued protests in Iran and to call on the international community to support the Iranian people and their resistance movement in the cause for regime change in Iran.
In a video message to this meeting, Maryam Rajavi elaborated on the rapid developments in Iran, with the looming prospect of a secular country free from religious tyranny. Following is the full text of Maryam Rajavi remarks:
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The Protest Sponsored By Association Of Iranian Over Rouhani’s Speech At UN
Hassan Rouhani, the Iranian regime’s president, is also attending.
The United Nations General Assembly which is one of the six bodies of the organization and represents all 193 members of it, holds annual meetings in late September. Attendance of many heads of state, premiers, and foreign ministers of countries makes the UNGA annual meetings an important venue for the world leaders to address the most important national, regional, and international issues in their speeches.
Organization of Iranian-American Communities-US (OIAC), the largest, most active grass root body of Iranian Diaspora in the United States, and other peace-seeking Iranians and Americans association, invites all concerned citizens to join the supporters to the “Free Iran Rally”, scheduled for Tuesday September 25, 2018, outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
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U.S. should support Iran Resistance at UNGA

Iranian Resistance asks Europe to put pressure on Iran Regime


Iranians in New York voice their support for regime change in Iran

While world leaders prepare to address the annual UN General Assembly, a large crowd of Iranian-Americans gathered in a New York venue to voice their support for continued protests in Iran and to call on the international community to support the Iranian people and their resistance movement in the cause for regime change in Iran.
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MARYAM RAJAVI MESSAGE TO NYC SUMMIT- ONWARD TO A FREE AND DEMOCRATIC IRAN

Maryam Rajavi Message to NYC Summit-22 Sept. 2018
The Iranian-American communities in the U.S. held a conference in New York on Saturday, September 22, 2018. A number of political dignitaries from the United States and Europe attended and addressed the conference called, “The Path to Freedom – The Alternative.”
In a video message to this meeting, Maryam Rajavi elaborated on the rapid developments in Iran, with the looming prospect of a secular country free from religious tyranny. Following is the full text of these remarks:
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Signs indicate the upcoming New York visit planned for Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani, planning to attend the 73rd United Nations General Assembly next week, is already becoming a demonstration by freedom-loving Iranians.
Members of the Iranian Diaspora preparing for this rally are seen informing the public opinion about the crimes committed by this devious mullah.
Freedom-loving Iranians are demanding Rouhani, being the president of a state sponsor of terrorism, not be allowed into New York and the UNGA session.
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Monday, September 3, 2018

Sep. 2018- #Iranprotests& #Strikes -reports& #news





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Protests in Iran Continue to Grow

THE EVOLUTION OF THE IRANIAN UPRISING

Sept. 30, 2018 
#Iran Regime Threatens #Striking #Truckers to Execution
#MaryamRajavi hails the strikers, calls for supporting them

The nationwide strike of the truckers, which has entered its second week, has intensified the crisis inside the clerical regime whose leaders have been horrified from its continuation and spread. In this regard, Khamenei sent Chief Prosecutor General Montazeri to the scene to threaten the strikers to execution. Montazeri said:
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Seventh day of an ongoing truckers’ nationwide strike

Saturday marks the seventh consecutive day truck drivers across Iran have been on strike, reaching nearly 250 cities across all of the country’s 31 provinces.
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#Iran's truckers are courageously continuing their crippling nationwide strike in 200 cities throughout the country on the 6th day
Authorities arresting protesting truck drivers
15 of the striking truck drivers were arrested on Thursday, the fifth day of truck drivers’ nationwide strike which has spread to over 220 cities across Iran, according to Ismaeel Sadeghi Niaraki, the regime’s prosecutor in Qazvin Province (northwest Iran). These drivers “blocked roads with their trucks and disrupted commuting inroads inside the province,” he claimed
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Bus passenger companies such as Iran Peyma, Hamsafar, TBT and Royal Safar in Ahvaz, Abadan, Khorramshahr, Mahshahr, Izzeh and other cities of Khuzestan Province closed their ticket stores and branches in solidarity with the truck drivers’ protests.
A number of transportation companies have also closed down in solidarity with the truckers’ nationwide strike.
Truck drivers in the city of Sirjan blocked a road on drivers who loaded goods despite the strike spreading throughout the country.
In Zahedan, fruit trucks emptied their loads in the city’s Sarallah Boulevard and joined this strike. They have also announced their support for the truck drivers.
A group of bazaar owners in Tehran issued a statement in support of the truck drivers’ strike.
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On Saturday, September 22, , truck drivers and heavy vehicle drivers  their strike across 156 cities in 31 provinces of Iran. They refused to move and load goods; as a result, the main terminals of the country were shut down. This strike followed the general strike of truck and heavy vehicle drivers in May and July this year. Fuel-supplying tanker drivers also joined the strike in some cities like Tabriz, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, and Arak.
On Monday, September 23, they continued their strike for the third consecutive day. This protest movement spread to 156 cities in all of Iran’s 31 provinces. Drivers have refused to accept any new loads and have brought all the load stations across the country to a standstill.
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Truck drivers launch new wave of strike & protests
Third day of truck drivers on strike continues in 136 cities across all of  Iran's 31 provinces.
Drivers are protesting:
-Low paychecks
-Skyrocketing spare parts prices
-Authorities refusing to answer their demands

On Saturday, September 22 across 136 cities in 31 provinces of Iran. They refused to move and load goods; as a result, the main terminals of the country were shut down. This strike followed the general strike of truck and heavy vehicle drivers in May and July this year. Fuel-supplying tanker drivers also joined the strike in some cities like Tabriz, Kerman, Bandar Abbas, Arak.


Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, saluted the noble drivers throughout Iran, saying that the mullahs’ regime neither wants nor can respond to their rightful requests. The realization of these demands is possible only with the freedom and sovereignty of the people. She called all the people, especially the youth, to support the strikers.
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Sept. 12, 2018 -
STRIKES SWEEP THROUGH THE PROVINCES OF KURDISTAN, KERMANSHAH, WEST AZERBAIJAN

On Wednesday, September 12, the Bazaar merchants and shop owners in various cities of Iran’s western provinces of Kurdistan, Kermanshah and West Azerbaijan went on strike to protest the executions of three Kurdish activists and the missile attacks launched at the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran.
Maryam Rajavi, hailed the people staging strikes in Urmia, Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Mahabad, Saqqez, Baneh, Marivan, Oshnavieh, Paveh, Piranshahr, Sardasht, Bukan, Naghadeh, Javanrood, Kamyaran, Sarpol-e Zahab, Qasr-e Shirin, and Ghorveh. She also hailed all the people of the Iranian Kurdistan who have risen up in protest to the recent missile attacks and criminal executions. She once again called on the United Nations Security Council to stop the Iranian regime’s crimes against humanity.
Authorities using Nazi/Hitler tactics, marking the stores on strike today as shop owners in 28 different cities across 3 provinces launched a general strike.
To the world: Your silence supports the regime.
Raise your voice
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Retired employees, others from all walks of life protesting across Iran

Hundreds of retired teachers rallied on Tuesday outside the Iranian regime’s Majlis (parliament), protesting poor living conditions and not receiving answers to their demands.
The protesters were heard chanting against the mullahs’ repressive policies:
“Imprisoned teachers must be released”
Retirees and long-term nurses, and other employees of the health industry, along with retirees of the agriculture, banking and education sectors held numerous protests on Tuesday, complaining about their poor living conditions. These rallies were held outside the regime’s Planning and Budget Organization. They were seen chanting:
“Poverty line is 50 million rials – Our salary is 20 million rials/month”
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September 11, 2018
YAZD,Protest gathering of retirees & nursing pioneers
Retirees and Nursing pioneers staged a protest gathering in front of the Budget & Planning Oraganization office of the province, Teachers and retired educators also participated in this gathering.


September 10, 2018
Truck drivers protesting in different cities of Iran

Truck drivers across various cities throughout Iran are on strike, protesting low wages and skyrocketing prices of spare parts. This is yet another round of such protests in Iran and has always delivered crushing blows to the mullahs’ apparatus.

Fired Factory Workers in Protest
The fired workers of Darougar Factory, (one of the oldest hygienic material producers in Iran,) say their salaries is not paid and the factory shut down has not been pre announced and they are on the verge of unemployment.
A Courageous woman protests by chanting: Death to Khamenei
SANANDAJ, Iranian Kurdestan, Sep. 9, 2018. Protesting the Iranian regime in front of the Sanandaj courthouse a courageous woman chants: Death to Khamenei, Death to the Islamic Republic.
Continuation of writing slogans on Street walls and Protests
TABRIZ, Iranian Azarbaijan. Sep.9, 2018. The youths writing: Death to Khamenei on the walls.


September 3, 2018
Truck drivers protesting in Tehran & at least five other cities
Truck drivers across various cities throughout Iran are on strike, protesting low wages and skyrocketing prices of spare parts.
This is yet another round of such protests in Iran and has begun  since Sep. fist
In Zarrinshahr a protest rally was held by the truckers who parked their vehicles at the loading station.
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