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Curfew and widespread arrests in Mahabad and people’s heroic resistance.
On Sunday, November 29, on the 66th day of the uprising, the heroic people of Mahabad continue their confrontation against the brutal attack of the regime’s repressive forces. Following the dispatch of military forces, IRGC, and mercenaries to suppress the people and courageous youths of Mahabad last night and continuous shooting in the streets and at the people’s houses, today, the rebellion city of Mahabad continued its protests and strikes like the previous days.
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Suppressive forces had closed the Karaj freeway, the old road, and the roads leading to Behesht Sakineh since morning and were stationed in Behesht Sakineh and its route.
On Thursday, November 3, the city of Karaj, west of Tehran has risen on the 49th day of Iran’s nationwide uprising and the 40th day of martyrdom of its heroic martyrs. Despite the presence of a large number of suppression forces and shooting and tear gas, a large number of people gathered in Beheshet Sakineh cemetery. Also, residents of different neighborhoods of Karaj and cities of Alborz province took to the streets and chanted “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to the dictator.”
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Protesters chant “This year is a year of sacrifice. Seyyed Ali (Khamenei) will be overthrown!” “Shame on you!” and “Basiji get lost!”.
Students demonstrated in several schools in the nation’s capital Tehran by chanting, “Death to the dictator!” West of Tehran, in Karaj, students shouted, “I will kill whoever killed my sister!” “Death to the Basiji!” and “Imprisoned college students must be released!” were chanted in reference to the forces of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).
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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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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Salman Rushdie, a British author, was stabbed multiple times with a knife on Thursday in upstate New York. According to his Twitter timeline, the attackers were radical Islamists who supported the Iranian government.
The attacker’s identity was revealed by the police, but no further information has been made public. Regardless of who the perpetrator was, whether he acted alone or as part of a larger group, the Iranian regime, and its supreme leader were the real culprits behind this abhorrent attack. The Iranian regime’s promise of a sizable material reward and a place in “heaven” encouraged the New York attacker, who had just carried out the supreme leader’s decree.
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Special Structure for Combatting Corruption and Organized Crime (SPAK) – Tirana, Albania
According to reports in Albanian media on July 16, Albania’s Special Structure for Combating Corruption and Organized Crime (SPAK), acting under directives from the Special Prosecutor’s Office, detained and questioned 20 Iranians for allegedly carrying out espionage operations in Albania for the Iranian regime. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), an Iranian opposition group, was the target of an Albanian police raid on the Ashraf 3 complex, which is close to Tirana, the country’s capital, targeting eight apartments, four offices, and several buildings where Iranian regime agents lived and conducted their illegal activities.
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Tuesday, July 26, saw the introduction of a fresh draft text for the re-implementation of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, according to the head of foreign policy for the European Union.
When negotiations between signatories of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) were put on hold in Vienna in March, an earlier draft was reportedly still on the table. This draft was also present when those negotiations were briefly resumed in Doha earlier this month. The Iranian regime rejected that draft and demanded additional concessions, primarily from the US, during both negotiations and in a number of subsequent statements.
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“Every time we share news about scientific breakthroughs with the Iranian hemophilia community, hemophilia patients ask when these drugs will be available.
Patients with rare and critical diseases in Iran are directly affected by a dire medicine supply situation. With rampant inflation and the spread of poverty, the majority of the population is unable to obtain medicine, and many are forced to sell most of their possessions in order to obtain these medications. On June 5, the former director of the Hemophilia Center revealed the regime’s disastrous medicine policy in an interview with the state-run Mehr news agency.
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Dez river joins the Karun River after flowing through the cities of Andimeshk, Dezful, Shousha, and Shushtar and irrigating nearby farms.
Another river in Iran has dried up as a result of the Iranian regime’s insistence on building pointless dams and diverting rivers.The Caesar and Bakhtiari rivers originate at the Zagros springs of Qalikuh and Oshtrankouh. These two small rivers merge to form the Dez River, a larger river that travels through the province of Khuzestan. This river eventually joins the Karun River after flowing through the cities of Andimeshk, Dezful, Shousha, and Shushtar and irrigating nearby farms.