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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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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: Ten-Story Building Collapses in the Southwestern City of Abadan

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.

 

The Metropol tower in Abadan, southwest Iran, collapsed on Monday morning local time, killing at least seven people and injuring 31 others. According to state media, more than 50 to 80 people who were shopping in nearby stores could be trapped beneath the rubble. Ahvaz, Dashte Azadegan, Khorramshahr, Shadegan, and Mahshahar rescue teams have been dispatched to the scene.

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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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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 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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Over 48,000 "undecided" detainees are currently being investigated by agencies such as the State Security Force (SSF) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).

Iranian Opposition Exposes the Regime’s Confidential Documents

Over 48,000 "undecided" detainees are currently being investigated by agencies such as the State Security Force (SSF) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).

Over 48,000 “undecided” detainees are currently being investigated by agencies such as the State Security Force (SSF) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).

 

5,197 people are on death row or have been convicted of Qisas, according to the Prisons’ Organizations (retribution). Furthermore, 107 death row inmates were sentenced to amputation, 51 to stoning, and 60 death row inmates were under the age of 18 at the time of the alleged offense in 2020. Over 48,000 “undecided” detainees are currently being investigated by agencies such as the State Security Force (SSF) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).

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The unsupported banknote printing created much more liquidity than Iran's low 3 percent production rate. After much fanfare about "fighting corruption," Raisi's government removed the official exchange rate.

Iran’s Nationwide Protests Over Rising Prices Enter Their Seventh Day

Inflation has become rampant in Iran as a result of the country's liquidity rate exceeding its production and employment rates, causing prices to steadily rise.

Inflation has become rampant in Iran as a result of the country’s liquidity rate exceeding its production and employment rates, causing prices to steadily rise.

 

On Tuesday, protests in various Iranian cities entered their seventh day. These anti-regime protests are the most visible manifestation of a volatile society. Since 2017, Iran has seen numerous protests and at least eight large-scale uprisings. Following the rapid rise of consumer goods, particularly bread and pasta, a new wave of protests erupted in Iran. While prices had been rising in recent years, they soared after Ebrahim Raisi’s government removed the preferential exchange rate.

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Tehran province, among others, chanting: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.“Death to Raisi!” referring to regime President Ebrahim Raisi.

Iranians Continue to Protest Over Soaring Prices Despite Regime’s Crackdown

Tehran province, among others, chanting: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.“Death to Raisi!” referring to regime President Ebrahim Raisi.

Tehran province, among others, chanted: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.“Death to Raisi!” referring to regime President Ebrahim Raisi.

 

Despite a nationwide crackdown, Iranians took to the streets for the fourth night in a row on Saturday night, May 14, in anti-regime protests sparked by a recent price increase in food staples. Protesters took to the streets in the cities of Quchan, Hafshejan, Farsan, and Babaheydar in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari province; Borujerd and Boroujen; and Razavieh in Tehran province, among others, chanting: “Death to Khamenei!” referring to regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.“Death to Raisi!” referring to regime President Ebrahim Raisi.“Death to the velayat faqih principle!” referring to the mullahs’ regime in its entirety.

 

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