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To make matters worse, the mullahs' regime rules the country with an iron fist, resorting to a harsh crackdown, violations of human rights, and an increasing number of executions.

According to AI’s most Recent Report, Iran has the Highest Number of Executions in the World

To make matters worse, the mullahs' regime rules the country with an iron fist, resorting to a harsh crackdown, violations of human rights, and an increasing number of executions.

To make matters worse, the mullahs’ regime rules the country with an iron fist, resorting to a harsh crackdown, violations of human rights, and an increasing number of executions.

 

According to an Amnesty International report released on Tuesday, May 24, the Iranian regime had the world’s highest number of executions in 2021.”Iran accounted for the majority of this increase, with at least 314 people executed (up from at least 246 in 2020), the highest number since 2017.” According to the report, this was due in part to a sharp increase in drug-related executions, “a flagrant violation of international law prohibiting the use of the death penalty for crimes other than those involving intentional killing.” Most likely, the actual number of executions is higher.

 

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Iran's dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs' fingerprints.

Iran’s Air Pollution Crisis, Caused by the Mullahs’ Destructive Policies

Iran's dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs' fingerprints.

Iran’s dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs’ fingerprints.

 

The city lights are dim, making it difficult to see more than a few meters ahead, and sounds of coughing reverberate down the street. Due to dangerous levels of air pollution, many schools and workshops have recently been closed. Climate change has impacted every country on the planet, including Iran. Iran’s dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs’ fingerprints. Iran’s state-run media reported on May 17 that the country’s air quality control agency had declared Tehran to be “the world’s most polluted city today.”

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According to a Tuesday report on the state-run Khabar Online website, "from months ago there were reports of the building's main column sinking and the ceilings of various floors sagging

Iran: The Underlying Cause of Abadan’s Metropol Tower Collapse

According to a Tuesday report on the state-run Khabar Online website, "from months ago there were reports of the building's main column sinking and the ceilings of various floors sagging

According to a Tuesday report on the state-run Khabar Online website, “from months ago there were reports of the building’s main column sinking and the ceilings of various floors sagging.

 

On Monday, May 23, a large portion of one of the ten-story Metropol twin towers in Abadan, southwest Iran, collapsed, killing dozens of people and leaving dozens more injured or missing.”A hardened concrete structure-built earthquake-proof!” boasted the holding company that built this building in an advertisement. However, long before any earthquake, this tower had already claimed the lives of many people. According to a Tuesday report on the state-run Khabar Online website, “from months ago there were reports of the building’s main column sinking and the ceilings of various floors sagging.” as per to the same report, Monday’s disaster was caused by “the [Abadan] municipality’s failure to follow up on construction violations.”

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Ms. Douhan, who has ties to human rights violators, was welcomed by the clerical regime at a time when the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran has been denied entry to Iran for the past 26 years.

Iran: UN Special Rapporteur Legitimizes the Regime’s Crimes and Plundering Policies

Ms. Douhan, who has ties to human rights violators, was welcomed by the clerical regime at a time when the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran has been denied entry to Iran for the past 26 years.

Ms. Douhan, who has ties to human rights violators, was welcomed by the clerical regime at a time when the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran has been denied entry to Iran for the past 26 years.

 

As Iranian cities struggle with high prices, poverty, and inflation, the ruling religious fascism is using Alena Douhan, a Belarussian State University professor and the UN’s special rapporteur on sanctions, to cover up their systemic corruption and ongoing crimes against Iranians. Ms. Douhan, who has ties to human rights violators, was welcomed by the clerical regime at a time when the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran has been denied entry to Iran for the past 26 years. She blamed sanctions for the Iranian people’s economic woes and urged their lifting in her despicable remarks, which whitewashed the mullahs’ theft and plunder.

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Iran has one of the highest rates of land subsidence, estimated to be ninety times that of developed countries.Iran has one of the highest rates of land subsidence, estimated to be ninety times that of developed countries.

Iran on the Verge of an Environmental Disaster, as Land Subsidence Crisis Worsens

Iran has one of the highest rates of land subsidence, estimated to be ninety times that of developed countries.Iran has one of the highest rates of land subsidence, estimated to be ninety times that of developed countries.

Iran has one of the highest rates of land subsidence, estimated to be ninety times that of developed countries.

 

While many countries face environmental threats, Iran, under the mullahs’ regime, is on the verge of becoming an environmental disaster. Many Iranian environmentalists warn that many Iranian cities are on the verge of total collapse due to subsidence. Land subsidence has been the country’s most serious environmental crisis in recent years due to water stress. The situation has progressed to the point where Iran’s state media and regime officials are acknowledging the dire reality.

 

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The state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. "For government officials, the people's poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage."

Past time for Raisi to Address Iran’s Socio-Economic Crises

The state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. "For government officials, the people's poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage."

The state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. “For government officials, the people’s poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage.”

 

Iran’s economy is in a major freefall, to say the very least. All economic indicators indicate that the economic situation is rapidly deteriorating, and with the country’s continuing trend of skyrocketing inflation, the prices of basic goods such as bread, meat, and rice are rising on a daily basis. The state-run media continue to report on the dismissals and strikes of workers who have not been paid their salaries for months, many of whom work in government-run factories when discussing the effects of the economic crises on society.

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the state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. "For government officials, the people's poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage."

Regime’s Destructive Policies Have Turned Iran’s Society into a Powder Keg

the state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. "For government officials, the people's poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage."

The state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. “For government officials, the people’s poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage.”

 

Iran’s economy is on the verge of collapsing. The Iranian regime is facing major political obstacles as a result of the country’s economic crises, which have reached a point beyond repair. Problems are becoming more prevalent, congested, and incurable. Therefore, the regime will face new social upheavals, this time led by hungry people. According to the regime’s media, this situation is the result of “expanding government influence over the past four decades.”

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo paid a visit to Ashraf 3 in Mainz, Albania, which is home to thousands of members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran.

MEK Iran: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s Address to Iranians at Ashraf 3

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo paid a visit to Ashraf 3 in Mainz, Albania, which is home to thousands of members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo paid a visit to Ashraf 3 in Mainz, Albania, which is home to thousands of members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran.

 

On Monday, May 16, Mike Pompeo, the 70th United States Secretary of State, visited Ashraf 3, which is home to thousands of members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Manz, Albania. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). Pompeo discussed the current state of affairs in Iran and its prospects with residents of Ashraf 3. The following are excerpts from his speech:

 

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The term "cessation of cooperation" was used by Mohammad Mirzabeigi to describe evictions.

5000 Nurses Fired, Despite Iran’s Dramatic Shortage of Nurses

The term "cessation of cooperation" was used by Mohammad Mirzabeigi to describe evictions.

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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Hashem Khastar, a 68-year-old former teacher at Mashhad's Agriculture Technical High School, was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence and Security in 2008.

Iranian Political Prisoner, Hashem Khastar, Calls for Justice Over 1988 Massacre in an Open Letter

Hashem Khastar, a 68-year-old former teacher at Mashhad's Agriculture Technical High School, was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence and Security in 2008.

Hashem Khastar, a 68-year-old former teacher at Mashhad’s Agriculture Technical High School, was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence and Security in 2008.

 

Hashem Khastar: In a letter to the Iranian regime’s leader, he stated that “Ali Khamenei is the root of all corruption and all problems” and that he must be held accountable. After refusing to stop his anti-regime activities, he was re-arrested in 2011. He has been detained several times for defending teachers’ rights and participating in a teacher protest rally, most recently serving a term in Mashhad’s notorious Vakilabad prison from 2009 to 2011.

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