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By appointing Ebrahim Raisi as president of his regime, Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the mullahs ruling Iran, sought to silence and intimidate the country’s restive society and, given the people’s poor economic conditions, have Raisi make hollow promises to overcome Iran’s social crises, if only for a short time.
It has been a year since Khamenei appointed Raisi as the regime’s president. Iran’s society has not been quieted; in fact, since Raisi took over as president, the number of protests has increased. Every day, people from all walks of life, including retirees, pensioners, and teachers, demonstrate. They are chanting “Death to Raisi!” in a direct attack on the regime’s upper echelons. Major protests over water shortages in Khuzestan, Isfahan, and Shahr-e Kord prompted Khamenei to issue a stark warning to his regime’s ranks and files on March 10: “The enemy is focusing its efforts and is extremely effective and influential.”
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“Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony” “Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”.
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Teachers are protesting government policies that have made their lives difficult. They are demanding that the government service law, the “Teachers Ranking” bill, be fully implemented and that salaries be adjusted in accordance with rising inflation rates and the depreciation of the national currency.
On Thursday, June 16, teachers and educators took to the streets to protest the regime’s education policies and the suppression of teachers’ rights activists. Marivan, Bandar Abbas, Khorram Abad, Sharekord, Kashmar, Sari, Hamedan, Sanandaj, Karaj, Bukan, Saqqez, Andimeshk, and a number of other cities reported protests. Teachers’ rights organizations had organized and declared the protests a week prior. Despite the regime’s use of harsh security measures to prevent them, they continue to take place today. To intimidate protesters, security forces summoned and arrested dozens of teachers, activists, and demonstration organizers on Wednesday. However, large rallies were reported in several cities on Thursday.
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The retirees and Social Security Organization pensioners have previously held weekly rallies, but this is the first time they have gathered for several days in a row. Despite the regime’s heavy security measures, the protests continue.
On Wednesday, June 15, Social Security retirees and pensioners took to the streets for the ninth day in a row to protest the government’s destructive policies and lack of response to their unmet demands regarding low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Tehran, Ahvaz, Dorud, Kermanshah, Shush, and other cities have reported protests. Retirees and pensioners have been staging regular protests as their living conditions worsen due to the deteriorating economy, rising inflation, and skyrocketing prices of food staples such as bread, milk, dairy products, eggs, poultry, and cooking oil.
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In Tehran, automotive parts vendors in Cheragh-Bargh Street went on strike and marched towards Lalehzar, urging other bazaar merchants to strike.
Bazaar merchants and shopkeepers in various cities protested high prices and plundering increases in taxes today, Saturday, June 18. In Tehran, automotive parts vendors in Cheragh-Bargh Street went on strike and marched towards Lalehzar, urging other bazaar merchants to strike. The shops of Kashani shopping center in Tehran also went on strike today. The repressive State Security Force (SSF) tried to break the strike forcefully. The protesting bazaar merchants shouted “Disgrace, disgrace” in response to the attack by regime agents. SSF agents arrested several bazaar merchants.
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“The arrest and conviction of Mr. Sadeghi and Ms. Mosanna, as well as the seizure of Mr. Sadeghi’s property, appear to be justified for their family affiliation with an alleged member of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK),” the four UN Rapporteurs said.
Four UN Rapporteurs wrote to Iran’s clerical regime, alleging that two political prisoners, Fatemeh Mosanna and her husband, Hassan Sadeghi, had their rights violated. The four UN Rapporteurs addressed Ebrahim Raisi’s government, giving them a 60-day deadline to respond to violations of the two political prisoners’ right to property and housing. According to UN rules, this letter, dated April 7, 2022, was made public and published on the UN website after a two-month delay.
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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.
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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Thousands of political opponents have been executed so far, and the mullahs’ assassination machine is still at work.
The Iranian people experienced limited freedom in the first two years following the overthrow of the Shah’s dictatorship. Soon after, the new clerical regime’s policies and behavior, as introduced by its founder Ruhollah Khomeini, began to shift at a rapid pace. The style and rhetoric of these policies and behaviors were unlike anything seen during the Shah’s dictatorial reign. Khomeini, and then his successor Ali Khamenei, continued the Shah’s policies of restricting freedom of expression, arresting, imprisoning, and torturing his opponents, which had been briefly interrupted by the revolution. Thousands of political opponents have been executed so far, and the mullahs’ assassination machine is still at work.
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The banners and placards read: “Massoud Rajavi: “The overthrow of the inhuman enemy is inevitable,” “Maryam Rajavi: we can, and we must overthrow the Velayet-e Faqih regime,” ” Massoud Rajavi: No power in the world can prevent the uprising and victory of the Iranian people.
On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in continuation of the anti-repression campaign, supporters of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI) and the Resistance Units in Tehran and various cities including Ahvaz, Shiraz, Tabriz, Gorgan, Rasht, Mashhad, Isfahan, Sabzevar, Qom, Falavarjan, Shahriyar, Meshkinshahr, Minab, Bandar Abbas, Islamabad, Shahr Rey, Chabahar, Ramshir, Ramhormoz, and Jahrom posted banners and placards and wrote graffiti, encouraging the public to rise up to overthrow the clerical regime and to liberate Iran from the clutches of the mullahs, and expressed their solidarity with the people of Abadan by sending audio, video and photo messages.
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Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.
For the sixth day in a row, Social Security retirees and pensioners rallied in several cities, protesting the government’s failure to respond to their outstanding demands regarding low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Demonstrations were reported in a number of cities, including Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Borujerd, Bandar Abbas, Sari, Isfahan, and Zanjan.