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MEK: Iranians will Continue to Protest as long as Mullahs in Power

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While all of the protests stem from the dismal social and economic conditions, the administration makes futile attempts to link them to manufactured adversaries and well-intentioned foreigners.

Iran’s alarming issues have sparked more protests in recent years, and the regime faces unprecedented societal challenges with each new year. Among these protests, we can mention major social protests and movements such as those by residents of Sistan and Baluchestan Province, or water rights, protests by the people of Khuzestan, or protests by the people of Isfahan, all of which have the same goal of demanding water rights that have been usurped by the regime’s officials and industries working for the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

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MEK :Iran’s Mine Workers Exposed to Deathly Working Conditions

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Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

Mining accidents are uncommon around the world, but under the Iranian dictatorship, rules and safety measures are non-existent. Iran is one of the world’s most important mineral producers, ranking 15th among 15 main mineral-rich countries in 2014, with 68 different minerals, 37 billion tons of proved deposits, and over 57 billion tons of prospective reserves worth $770 billion. Mining’s environmental consequences, as well as metallurgical processing, are known to generate substantial occupational health and safety issues, but the Iranian government is unaware of this. Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

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MEK Iran: Mohammad Mohaddessin Interviewed About MEK’s ‘Resistance Units’

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Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, was interviewed by the NCRI to further discuss this evolving topic.

 

While the Iranian regime is beset by home difficulties and international isolation, the year 2021 saw a new high in protests and growing disturbances. Eight enormous protests and revolutions around Iran are a strong indication of the vast majority’s yearning for the downfall of Iran’s governing religious dictatorship.

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MEK: Iranian Regime Continues its Nuclear Blackmail Campaign

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Iran came to the negotiating table with a new set of demands, including immediate sanctions relief with no strings attached.

 

On Monday, the eighth session of talks to restore the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) began, despite growing scepticism about its chances. Following a five-month hiatus, the seventh session began on November 29 and ran into the first week of December with little, if any, progress. In fact, officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany all said that Iran’s stance in those discussions had undermined prior progress by reversing positions that had apparently been agreed to over the course of six sessions between April and June.

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MEK Iran: Increasing Support for MEK’s

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“Did we succeed in putting an end to the 2009 sedition?” At the time, we did [oppress] it. But then, 42 years after the revolution, we hear about the failings of officials.

On December 30, 2009, the annual religious Ashura ceremony became a state-wide march against the Iranian regime. People demonstrated against the security forces’ brutality and demanded that the mullahs’ administration be deposed. The regime was only able to put an end to the protests by resorting to savage repression and firing on unarmed protestors.

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MEK Iran: Floods Devastate 28 Provinces Across Iran

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Iranian people suffer devastating floods as a result of the severe rainfall and flooding.

Floods have swept through 28 Iranian provinces, including West Azerbaijan, Ardabil, Isfahan, Bushehr, Qazvin, Fars, Kerman, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad, Charmahal Bakhtiari, Zanjan, Sistan and Baluchestan, Khuzestan, South Khorasan, Lorestan, Mazandaran, Hormozgan, and Yazd, as a result of recent heavy rains The 17 provinces of Iran sustained significant casualties and material devastation.

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Iran: Raisi Disregard all Terrible Economic Data

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Western officials are concerned that Tehran is playing for time and using the According to Hamdeli daily, Iran’s inflation rate has already surpassed 45 percent, indicating that the economy is deteriorating.

 

Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian regime’s president, said during a recent visit to the Qom region that his government’s initiatives had resulted in lower inflation rates in Iran. Even the regime’s officials and Iran’s state media, on the other hand, have refuted and criticized his allegations.” One of the problems with the system is that our officials don’t claim responsibility for their statements,” said former Iranian MP Mohammad Reza Kabaz.

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MEK Iran: The Underlying Reasons of Iran’s Declining Economy

Sanctions imposed by the US and other countries have been a rallying cry for the government in recent years.

Senior Iranian officials have been making the same statements over and over as negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program continue in Vienna: All sanctions must be lifted. Sanctions imposed by the US and other countries have been a rallying cry for the government in recent years. Economic difficulties including poverty, inflation, unemployment, and the depreciation of the rial are being blamed on sanctions by regime officials.

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MEK Iran: Protest by Retirees and Workers, Asking Their Rights

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Retired Iranian bank employees from all over Iran came to Tehran today to protest their low pension. The protesters gathered outside the Bank Pension Fund Office.

On Sunday, Iranian retirees and pensioners staged protest rallies in a number of locations. Workers protested in Rasht, Gilan province, in front of the local offices of the Welfare Organization, expressing their demands for poverty-level pension adjustments, government healthcare, and the payment of government arrears to the retirement fund.

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MEK Iran: Regime Restricts Cryptocurrency

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Cryptocurrency mining is a high-energy process that requires the continuous operation of computer servers to verify transactions using complicated calculations.

On Tuesday, it was widely reported that Iranian officials had enforced a restriction on cryptocurrency mining until March 6, in order to avoid winter energy shortages. It is the second such restriction this year, however, doubts remain regarding the extent to which the last ban was enforced, considering that many of the businesses involved in both permitted and unauthorized cryptocurrency mining activities have ties to the terrorist Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

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