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Despite having one of the world's largest oil and gas reserves, Iran claims that nuclear energy is a peaceful way to replace fossil fuels, and it has already amassed more than 43 kilograms of 60 percent enriched uranium

Iranian Regime Claims to Guarantee Global Energy Security Despite Ruined Oil Industry

Despite having one of the world's largest oil and gas reserves, Iran claims that nuclear energy is a peaceful way to replace fossil fuels, and it has already amassed more than 43 kilograms of 60 percent enriched uranium

Despite having the world’s second-largest gas reserves, the regime has never found a proper place in the global gas market.

 

In recent weeks, Iranian regime officials have been constantly exaggerating their vast oil and gas reserves and promising to supply energy to the rest of the world. The regime is desperately hoping to compensate for the global shortage of gas and oil caused by the Ukraine conflict.

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Today, hundreds of thousands of Iranian children are deprived of the opportunity to study between science and wealth and are instead required to accept the most demanding, taxing, and dishonest jobs in order to survive.

Iran’s educational system has become synonymous with social inequalities

Today, hundreds of thousands of Iranian children are deprived of the opportunity to study between science and wealth and are instead required to accept the most demanding, taxing, and dishonest jobs in order to survive.

Today, hundreds of thousands of Iranian children are deprived of the opportunity to study between science and wealth and are instead required to accept the most demanding, taxing, and dishonest jobs in order to survive.

 

One of the most impoverished regions of the nation is Zahedan. In contrast to the girls, who typically work at tailor shops or provide water from pits for a minimum wage because most settlements lack piped water, the boys are required to work as porters at the Pakistani border after school.

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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.

Iran Protests 2022: Defiant Iranians clash with oppressive regime forces

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.

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.

 

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Despite the heavy presence of security forces, protesters continued their rallies and defied the regime's repressive forces. Protesters in Sanandaj resisted state security forces with bare hands and rocks.

Iran Protests 2022: Mahsa Amini protests spread like wildfire across 31 provinces

Despite the heavy presence of security forces, protesters continued their rallies and defied the regime's repressive forces. Protesters in Sanandaj resisted state security forces with bare hands and rocks.

Despite the heavy presence of security forces, protesters continued their rallies and defied the regime’s repressive forces. Protesters in Sanandaj resisted state security forces with bare hands and rocks.

 

On Thursday, September 22, people took to the streets in cities across Iran for the seventh consecutive day of anti-regime protests. In Tehran, a large crowd gathered on Keshavarz Blvd and chanted, “The supreme leader is a disgrace,” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. These protests began following the death of Mahsa Amini. On Tuesday, September 13, a 22-year-old woman from the Kurdistan Province city of Saqqez was arrested by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” at the Haqqani Highway entrance and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.

 

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She was brutally beaten and tortured while being held in custody, and when she was taken to a hospital, she passed away from what has been determined to be severe brain damage caused by the heavy blows to her head.

Widespread protests across Iran in response to the regime’s killing of Mahsa Amini

She was brutally beaten and tortured while being held in custody, and when she was taken to a hospital, she passed away from what has been determined to be severe brain damage caused by the heavy blows to her head.

She was brutally beaten and tortured while being held in custody, and when she was taken to a hospital, she passed away from what has been determined to be severe brain damage caused by the heavy blows to her head.

 

The killing of Mahsa Amini, 22, by the regime’s so-called “morality police,” under the outrageous pretext of “improper hijab,” has sparked protests in various Iranian cities.  After Mahsa Amini’s arrest and transfer to a police station, more people became incensed over her horrific killing, which resulted in protests escalating on Sunday in Tehran, Sanandaj, Mahabad, and Karaj.

 

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Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Iranians in Europe and New York condemn the murder of Mahsa Amini by Iran’ regime

Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in New York and condemned the murder of Mahsa Amini by the regime ruling Iran – on September 18, 2022.

 

Iranians who value freedom and members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held protests on Saturday in numerous European cities, New York, and Toronto to denounce the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old who was severely beaten by the regime’s “morality police” before passing away from severe brain damage on Friday. In addition, the MEK supporters urged the US government to refuse President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi a visa for next week’s UN General Assembly.

 

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Families of death row inmates, mostly for drug-related offenses, have been protesting for several days in front of the regime's judiciary to stop the regime from carrying out mass executions.

Iranian regime grows concerned about Khamenei’s succession

Families of death row inmates, mostly for drug-related offenses, have been protesting for several days in front of the regime's judiciary to stop the regime from carrying out mass executions.

Families of death row inmates, mostly for drug-related offenses, have been protesting for several days in front of the regime’s judiciary to stop the regime from carrying out mass executions.

 

Human rights violations and acts of repression have increased in Iran since Ebrahim Raisi became president last year, as has the number of executions.  More than 5000 people have been sentenced to death in Iran, according to human rights organizations. Twelve prisoners were executed on September 6, and another 10 prisoners were hanged on September 7 in Minab, Bandar Abbas, and Gohardasht prisons. The regime’s henchmen also hanged a 22-year-old prisoner, Ghafoor Nejatpour, in Gonbad Kavoos prison on September 8.

 

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“This well-researched book is about a foiled, state-instigated terrorist attack at the annual gathering of the [NCRI], on June 30, 2018, near Paris.

MEK Iran: NCRI publishes a book detailing the case of terrorist diplomat Assadi

“This well-researched book is about a foiled, state-instigated terrorist attack at the annual gathering of the [NCRI], on June 30, 2018, near Paris.

“This well-researched book is about a foiled, state-instigated terrorist attack at the annual gathering of the [NCRI], on June 30, 2018, near Paris.

A book about Iran’s state terror and the case of Assadollah Assadi with the working title “Diplomatic Terrorism, Anatomy of Iran’s State Terror” was released by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).After plotting to blow up thousands of attendees at the annual Free Iran World Summit held by the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte, France, where Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the opposition NCRI, was speaking along with hundreds of other political dignitaries from around the world, Assadollah Assadi became the first serving Iranian diplomat to ever be detained, investigated, tried, convicted, and imprisoned.

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Ahmad Jannati, 95, is one of the most infamous figures of the Iranian regime, notable for his devotion to the regime's founder, Ruhollah Khomeini, and the current supreme leader, Ali Khamenei.

The Iranian regime’s new repressive weapon: ‘Imamology.’

Ahmad Jannati, 95, is one of the most infamous figures of the Iranian regime, notable for his devotion to the regime's founder, Ruhollah Khomeini, and the current supreme leader, Ali Khamenei.

Ahmad Jannati, 95, is one of the most infamous figures of the Iranian regime, notable for his devotion to the regime’s founder, Ruhollah Khomeini, and the current supreme leader, Ali Khamenei. As a result, he holds numerous positions and responsibilities within the political structure of the regime.

 

Among the positions he has held are Chairmanship of the Assembly of Experts to determine the future leader; irreplaceable secretary of the Guardian Council to approve presidential and parliamentary candidates; rejection and acceptance of parliament’s resolutions; and, until recently, chairmanship and membership in many national policy-making institutions, such as the secretary of the Islamic Propaganda Coordination Council, and the Headquarters for Revival of Good and Justice.

 

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The story of the Iranian people's suffering under the ruling theocracy is endless. The news from Iran fills one with sadness. People are selling their body parts, children are looking for food in the garbage, and the rising number of suicides in Iran is just the tip of the iceberg.

Iran’s state-run media reports rising number of suicides: “125 people out of every 100,000 commit suicide”

The story of the Iranian people's suffering under the ruling theocracy is endless. The news from Iran fills one with sadness. People are selling their body parts, children are looking for food in the garbage, and the rising number of suicides in Iran is just the tip of the iceberg.

The story of the Iranian people’s suffering under the ruling theocracy is endless. The news from Iran fills one with sadness. People are selling their body parts, children are looking for food in the garbage, and the rising number of suicides in Iran is just the tip of the iceberg.

 

The 10th of September was World Suicide Prevention Day, and suicides in Iran are on the rise. “We had 4200 suicides last year,” Amir Jalali, chairman of the Suicide Prevention Committee of the Scientific Association of Psychiatrists, told the state-run Hamshahri online on September 9. Jalali attributed Iran’s rising suicide rate to unstable social conditions, severe loss of social capital, rising poverty and unemployment, and discrimination.

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