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"While Raisi was celebrating his first year in office, protesters across the country were chanting, "Raisi, you liar!" "Where did your promises go?"

Iran’s escalating wave of protests indicates a regime change is imminent

"While Raisi was celebrating his first year in office, protesters across the country were chanting, "Raisi, you liar!" "Where did your promises go?"

“While Raisi was celebrating his first year in office, protesters across the country were chanting, “Raisi, you liar!” “Where did your promises go?”

“The people wanted us to fight poverty, corruption, and discrimination,” regime president Ebrahim Raisi said to a group of regime loyalists in Varamin on June 18, the anniversary of the sham presidential elections of 2021. In the same speech, he claimed, “We remain loyal to our commitments.

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Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

Regime’s destructive policies are to blame for Iran’s rising number of dust storms

Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

 

Parts of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia have been engulfed by an unusually high number of dust storms containing particulate matter (PM) in recent months. Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms. Mismanagement of natural ecosystems, agricultural areas, misuse of water resources, ongoing drought, and the effects of climate change are being blamed by officials and experts in the region for the increasing frequency and intensity of dust storms.

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SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime's behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women's Rights.

Iran SDG2: what are the chances of eradicating hunger?

SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime's behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women's Rights.

SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime’s behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights.

 

SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime’s behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights. This report examines the Iranian regime’s actions in relation to the United Nations’ Second Sustainable Development Goal, also known as SDG2. SDG2 aims to achieve “zero hunger.” It is one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

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26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

Iran: 26 members of the Bahai minority sentenced to 85 years in prison

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

 

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29. In addition, for the next two years, these individuals must report to the provincial Intelligence Department on a daily basis. Each of the defendants, Yekta Fahandej Saadi, Lala Salehi, Bahareh Nowrouzi, Rezvan Yazdani, and Mojgan Gholampour, received a five-year sentence. Their passports have been revoked for two years, and they are unable to leave the country.

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Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran: People are selling their new-born babies to make ends meet

Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

 

Hundreds of heart-breaking videos of newborn infants abandoned on the streets in plastic bags in a dozen Iranian cities have recently circulated on social media. These babies were later transferred to local hospitals, but their fate is unknown. Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days. This tragedy occurred during the approval and promotion of the so-called “Youth Population Plan” by the Iranian regime.

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During negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil fieldDuring negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil field

Regime’s crescent contract: another corruption case at the expense of the Iranian people

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime's seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime's judiciary.

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime’s seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime’s judiciary.

 

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Crescent Petroleum are involved in a gas contract dispute. Negotiations began in 1997 and ended in 2001 with an ambiguous joint agreement. They agreed that for the next 25 years, the regime will transport Iranian gas from the Salman oil and gas field, which it shares with the UAE. Many of the regime’s media outlets have reported on a large amount of bribery in this case over the last few years, claiming that the Iranian people are suffering losses due to the extremely low price of the sold gas.

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This is a clear warning to all factions and entities within the mullahs' regime in Iran, as well as a clear signal to the Iranian people and those seeking to overthrow the regime, that significant opportunities are on the horizon.

Anti-regime protests spread all across Iran, calling for a regime overthrown

This is a clear warning to all factions and entities within the mullahs' regime in Iran, as well as a clear signal to the Iranian people and those seeking to overthrow the regime, that significant opportunities are on the horizon.

This is a clear warning to all factions and entities within the mullahs’ regime in Iran, as well as a clear signal to the Iranian people and those seeking to overthrow the regime, that significant opportunities are on the horizon.

 

On June 5, Esmaeil Khatib, the Iranian regime’s Minister of Intelligence and Security, said, “In the current circumstances the enemy is counting on protests and social conditions!”This is a clear warning to all factions and entities within the mullahs’ regime in Iran, as well as a clear signal to the Iranian people and those seeking to overthrow the regime, that significant opportunities are on the horizon. In Iran, the regime’s Intelligence Minister is one of the most knowledgeable people about what is going on in Iranian society and among the regime’s ranks and files. Therefore, when he mentions “our social conditions,” he’s referring to specific threats aimed at the regime.

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The regime's supreme leader stated, "today, the enemies' most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

Iran: Domestic opposition is attributed to the “enemies'” strategy, according to Khamenei

The regime's supreme leader stated, "today, the enemies' most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

The regime’s supreme leader stated, “today, the enemies’ most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

 

On Saturday, when delivering a wide-ranging speech to commemorate the death of his predecessor, Ruhollah Khomeini, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei painted most of his regime’s current crises with the same broad brush. Khamenei attempted to portray the Islamic Republic as the victim of a global conspiracy, with the regime’s “enemies” orchestrating events both within the country and around the world.

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"Everyone is shocked at what has happened to Iran's economy," the Jahan-e Sanat added. "How can a country with so many resources and capabilities have such a dreadful economy?"

Iran: Regime’s destructive policies are driving Iranians to despair

The Iranian regime has accelerated the destruction of the country after more than 40 years of destruction under its current president, Ebrahim Raisi.

The Iranian regime has accelerated the destruction of the country after more than 40 years of destruction under its current president, Ebrahim Raisi.

 

While levels of destruction have reached the people’s basic necessities, such as bread and water, the regime no longer has the right to speak about development and progress. Famine is currently posing a threat to the country. Four decades of crippling two-digit inflation, the loss of capital and financial resources, national savings, and oil revenues have all but vaporized Iran’s various social classes. The impact of the destruction on medical treatment, health services, and people’s health is beyond comprehension.

 

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The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions

Iranian retirees continue to protest all across Iran calling for a regime change

The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions

The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions.

 

For the third day in a row, Social Security retirees and pensioners rallied in several cities on Wednesday, June 8, to protest low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Arak, Tehran, Kermanshah, Karaj, Yazd, and Ahvaz were among the cities where protests were reported. The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions, rising inflation, and skyrocketing prices of basic goods.

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