Protests continue to spread across Iran as regime shows no mercy
The attacks have targeted schools, with children being among the victims. The regime has been accused of being misogynistic and relentless in its attacks against the Iranian people. This is believed to be an attempt to prevent any uprising against the regime. Protests in Iran have continued to spread and have reached at least 282 cities. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), which is an opposition group, has reported that over 750 people have been killed, and over 30,000 have been arrested by the regime’s forces.
The MEK Resistance Units have been active in protesting against the regime. They recently portrayed a large image of Iranian Resistance Leader Massoud Rajavi and opposition coalition NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi in Mashhad.
Protests against the regime have been carried out by various groups. For example, locals in Tehran’s Sardar-e Jangal district chanted anti-regime slogans on Sunday night. Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s Social Security Organization in the cities of Shush and Shushtar in southwest Iran held gatherings and marches in their city streets. They protested against high prices, inflation, low pensions, and other economic woes. Workers of the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Company in the city of Shush of Khuzestan Province held a rally on Sunday to protest their extremely low paychecks determined by the regime’s Supreme Labor Council.
Regional electricity operators also protested outside the provincial governor’s office in Ahvaz, southwest Iran. They were seeking answers to their long-raised demands. Expelled workers of a pipe company in Bandar Mahshahr also rallied outside the local governor’s office on Sunday to protest being fired from their jobs. Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s telecommunications industry from Tehran and numerous other provinces also rallied in their provincial capital cities to protest their low pensions and poor economic conditions.
The attacks on schools are particularly concerning, as children are being targeted. This indicates that the regime is willing to go to any lengths to suppress any form of dissent. The use of chemical gas is a clear violation of human rights and is unacceptable in any circumstances.
April 9 – Saqqez, western #Iran
Regime operatives launched a chemical gas attack targeting at least six all-girls schools across the city.
"Down with Khamenei!" some students are chanting.#IranChemicalAttacks pic.twitter.com/uKbMJ3POjd
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) April 9, 2023
Iranian opposition coalition NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi once again emphasized on the importance of women actively participating in political leadership and the struggle against the misogynist mullahs’ regime.
“With the emancipating word of ‘equality’ and with women’s active and equal participation in political leadership, we seek to turn this century in the name of women, into the century of emancipation of women and humankind,” she emphasized.
With the emancipating word of “equality” and with women’s active and equal participation in political leadership, we seek to turn this century in the name of women, into the century of emancipation of women and the humankind.#WomenForce4Change pic.twitter.com/yTq54kiOaI
— Maryam Rajavi (@Maryam_Rajavi) April 7, 2023
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