Protesters gathered on Molavi Street in Urmia (northwest). They released one of the suppressive forces’ detained youths while chanting “Shame on you! You should be ashamed!” They also stripped one of the SSF of his uniform and set fire to several of the special unit’s motorcycles.
On the ninth day of the nationwide uprising, Saturday, September 24, protests spread to various cities and universities. People demonstrated in various districts of Tehran, chanting, “This year is a year of sacrifice. Seyyed Ali (Khamenei) will be deposed.” People at High way Park blocked the streets by lighting fires, and in Nazi Abad, south of Tehran, youths clashed with repressive forces.
The term ending the”cessation of cooperation” was used by Mohammad Mirzabeigi to describe the evictions of the nurses.
In the last three months, more than 5000 nurses have been fired. The head of the Iranian Nursing Organization announced the expulsion of nurses on 89-day contracts at a press conference. The term “cessation of cooperation” was used by Mohammad Mirzabeigi to describe evictions. “Some Medical Sciences universities ended their cooperation with 5000 nurses in the last three months,” he said, as per Eghtesad news on May 17.
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Khamenei said, referring to the multitude of economic problems that have driven the lives of Iranians into poverty. “Rushing and saying that it will all be solved soon is not realistic.”
Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of the Iranian regime, recognized in his Nowruz speech that the Iranian people are facing significant livelihood challenges, skyrocketing prices, and that these issues will not go away anytime soon.“It must be relieved. We hope that this year some of these problems will be solved because they won’t be solved all at once. They will have to be solved gradually,” Khamenei said, referring to the multitude of economic problems that have driven the lives of Iranians into poverty. “Rushing and saying that it will all be solved soon is not realistic.”
Ali Khamenei and his dictatorship did everything they could to utilize Covid-19 to control Iran’s volatile society, from concealing up to downplaying the problem, they used coronavirus as a tool to keep people silent.
According to the Iranian opposition, the Covid-19 pandemic has killed over half a million Iranians, a crisis exacerbated by the regime’s actions. Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei and his dictatorship did everything they could to utilize Covid-19 to control Iran’s volatile society, from concealing up to downplaying the problem, labeling the deadly coronavirus a “test” and “blessing,” and banning the credible vaccines in January 2020.” While the fifth wave of Covid-19 decimated Iranians, leaving mass casualties,” the state-run Hamdeli newspaper reported on March 14.
The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has taken the lives of over 524,900 people throughout Iran, according to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.
Over 524,900 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 547 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces, according to reports tallied by the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as of Sunday afternoon local time, March 20. The official death toll declared by the regime stands at 139,662, around a fourth of the actual figure.
More than 150 women inmates are confined in the Kermanshah Correctional Center’s women’s wing without regard for the separation of offences principle.
Women in Kermanshah province who were formerly housed in Kermanshah’s Dieselabad Prison have been transferred to the Kermanshah Correctional Center. The transfer was made by Kermanshah jail officials due to the expansion of Dieselabad Prison for male inmates. More than 150 inmates are confined in the Kermanshah Correctional Center’s women’s wing without regard for the separation of offenses principle. Murder, armed robbery, and drug-related accusations have been filed against the detainees.
The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has taken the lives of over 522,900 people throughout Iran, according to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.
Over 522,900 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 547 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces, according to reports tallied by the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as of Monday afternoon local time, March 14. The official death toll declared by the regime stands at 139,180, around a fourth of the actual figure.
The coronavirus death toll in various provinces includes 123,075 in Tehran, 41,745 in Isfahan, 36,460 in Isfahan, 31,450 in Khuzestan, 20,125 in Fars, 19,728 in West Azerbaijan, 18,630 in Mazandaran, 18,128 in East Azerbaijan, 17,000 in Lorestan, 15,283 in Alborz, 14,322 in Kerman, 14,290 in Sistan & Baluchistan, 11,175 in Golestan, 9774 in Kermanshah, 9723 in Hamedan, 9468 in Markazi, 8517 in Kurdistan, 6721 in Ardabil, 5814 in Bushehr, and 4050 in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari. This is in addition to reports obtained from other provinces.
The regime’s Health Ministry announced the mullahs’ engineered Covid-19 numbers from the past 24 hours on Tuesday as 3223 new cases and 117 deaths.
Furthermore, 2531 patients are in ICUs and 675 of the new cases have been hospitalized.
“It doesn’t appear that we are at a stage where I can say we can feel relieved. We have yet to overcome omicron and there are still new cases,” said a member of the National Covid-19 Task Force Scientific Committee on Monday regarding the seventh peak, according to the state-run Mashreq daily.
“The sixth peak has yet to end. We will have the seventh peak afterward. Despite the constant reminders, the Health Ministry failed to analyze the threats inside the cities and different areas. If they had done so we could have imposed more serious restrictions for high-risk areas,” said Hamid Souri, a renowned epidemiologist in Iran on Monday, according to the Shafaqna news agency.
There are currently 15 of 23 cities registered as red zones in Kerman province, five are orange zones and three are yellow zones, according to a report wired on Monday by the regime’s official IRIB news agency.
“We currently have 603 coronavirus patients hospitalized, of which 125 are in ICUs. Furthermore, 16 patients lost their lives in the past 24 hours,” according to a joint statement released on Monday by the Isfahan and Kashan Medical Sciences universities.
With 182 coronavirus patients hospitalized in the past 24 hours across West Azerbaijan province, there are currently 421 patients hospitalized, of which 151 are in ICUs and 35 are under ventilators.
With 107 coronavirus patients hospitalized in the past 24 hours across Fars province, there are currently 547 patients hospitalized, of which 106 are in ICUs, according to an IRIB report wired Monday.
The Ministry of Health also declared that 120 cities have been designated as red zones” people living on the outskirts of cities, including slum-dwellers, constitute 25% of the country’s total population.”
According to statistics recorded by the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), as of Wednesday afternoon local time, over 503,800 people had died of the new coronavirus in 547 cities spread throughout all 31 provinces of Iran. The regime’s official death toll is 132,563, which is around a fourth of the true total.
When Covid-19 was originally discovered in China, all flights to and from China were canceled. Meanwhile, Mahan Air, an airline linked to Khamenei’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), did not prevent a large number of Chinese tourists from entering Iran.
Iran’s Covid-19 death toll topped half a million on January 25. Looking at some of the data and figures, it appears that the Covid-19 disaster may have been avoided. Despite this, the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei viewed the lethal pandemic as “an opportunity” and part of a larger strategy of mass human casualties to quell the mounting wave of unrest that threaten his tenuous hold on power.
Mr. Abtin is the latest victim of the regime’s criminal behavior, which has resulted in the plight of political prisoners.
Jailed Baktash Abtin, an Iranian poet and documentary filmmaker, died of Covid-19 while in prison in a hospital. While serving a six-year sentence for “illegal assembly and cooperation against national security” and “spreading propaganda against the state,” he had been denied the required care. Baktash was placed in an induced coma in the first week of January after prison officials delayed sending him to a hospital for ten days, resulting in his death from a COVID-19 infection, his second since his detention.