Faking the discovery of drugs is one of the police force’s excuses for further repression of the youths in order to intimidate them and demonstrate control over them.
Every day, one of the oppressive police officers of the Iranian regime uses the opportunity to warn the people, particularly the youth, about the dangers of protesting. Iran is currently in the midst of a new era of rising protests, sparked by the regime’s decision to raise the price of the most basic goods.
A volatile society, and a desperate regime that fires bullets and tear gas at people seeking food and water.
In Iran, food prices are rising, as are protests across the country. The Iranian opposition has obtained videos that confirm the country’s escalating unrest. Iranian streets have become flashpoints for demonstrations since the November 2019 uprising.However, the recent protests in various cities are the most visible manifestation of an economy in shambles, a volatile society, and a desperate regime that fires bullets and tear gas at people seeking food and water.
The regime’s Statistics Center, like many of its other organizations, is politically motivated and serves the regime’s goals, which include projecting a normal scenario despite the Iranian economy’s precarious state. Almost all of the regime’s institutions are obligated to tell the public the regime’s version of the facts.
The Iranian regime’s Statistics Center announced in its recent report on the change in the prices of food and non-food items that the inflation rate reached 40.02 percent at the end of the 1400 Persian calendar year (March 2021 – March 2022), down 1.2 percent from February this year.
The publishing of these data, which are far from the reality of the situation, is alarming, especially while Iranian citizens’ lives are being wrecked by poverty and their backs are being shattered under the weight of extraordinarily high prices that are not proportionate with their earnings.
“Yesterday, the contract of the South Pars oil layer with the IPC contract model was signed between the National Oil Business and an unnamed company, no specifics of which were revealed,”
The Iranian regime’s oil ministry recently signed an oil agreement with an undisclosed party, which has sparked much debate. According to reports, the regime signed a 20-year contract with a company called Avangard on March 15, 2022, for the South Pars oil field. The regime signed the contract under oath, and no terms of the agreement were made public at the time. Even many of the regime’s experts were astonished by the agreement rumors, expressing their displeasure and surprise.
The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has taken the lives of over 522,900 people throughout Iran, according to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.
Over 522,900 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 547 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces, according to reports tallied by the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as of Monday afternoon local time, March 14. The official death toll declared by the regime stands at 139,180, around a fourth of the actual figure.
The coronavirus death toll in various provinces includes 123,075 in Tehran, 41,745 in Isfahan, 36,460 in Isfahan, 31,450 in Khuzestan, 20,125 in Fars, 19,728 in West Azerbaijan, 18,630 in Mazandaran, 18,128 in East Azerbaijan, 17,000 in Lorestan, 15,283 in Alborz, 14,322 in Kerman, 14,290 in Sistan & Baluchistan, 11,175 in Golestan, 9774 in Kermanshah, 9723 in Hamedan, 9468 in Markazi, 8517 in Kurdistan, 6721 in Ardabil, 5814 in Bushehr, and 4050 in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari. This is in addition to reports obtained from other provinces.
The regime’s Health Ministry announced the mullahs’ engineered Covid-19 numbers from the past 24 hours on Tuesday as 3223 new cases and 117 deaths.
Furthermore, 2531 patients are in ICUs and 675 of the new cases have been hospitalized.
“It doesn’t appear that we are at a stage where I can say we can feel relieved. We have yet to overcome omicron and there are still new cases,” said a member of the National Covid-19 Task Force Scientific Committee on Monday regarding the seventh peak, according to the state-run Mashreq daily.
“The sixth peak has yet to end. We will have the seventh peak afterward. Despite the constant reminders, the Health Ministry failed to analyze the threats inside the cities and different areas. If they had done so we could have imposed more serious restrictions for high-risk areas,” said Hamid Souri, a renowned epidemiologist in Iran on Monday, according to the Shafaqna news agency.
There are currently 15 of 23 cities registered as red zones in Kerman province, five are orange zones and three are yellow zones, according to a report wired on Monday by the regime’s official IRIB news agency.
“We currently have 603 coronavirus patients hospitalized, of which 125 are in ICUs. Furthermore, 16 patients lost their lives in the past 24 hours,” according to a joint statement released on Monday by the Isfahan and Kashan Medical Sciences universities.
With 182 coronavirus patients hospitalized in the past 24 hours across West Azerbaijan province, there are currently 421 patients hospitalized, of which 151 are in ICUs and 35 are under ventilators.
With 107 coronavirus patients hospitalized in the past 24 hours across Fars province, there are currently 547 patients hospitalized, of which 106 are in ICUs, according to an IRIB report wired Monday.
Ms. Shakeri, the rebellious artist, had previously been humiliated, slandered, and intimidated by government officials for doing so.
On March 9, Mohammad Reza Nili, the clerical regime’s Consul-General in Stockholm, hurled a vicious insult at renowned Iranian singer Ms. Gisoo Shakeri after she objected to being photographed and filmed by him outside the Swedish Courtroom, where Hamid Noury, one of the regime’s henchmen, is on trial for his role in the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988. Ms. Shakeri’s unwavering support for the Iranian people’s Resistance, particularly in defense of Iranian women’s rights and liberties, as well as her tearing and torching of photos of Khomeini, Khamenei, and Ebrahim Raisi at rallies, have enraged the regime’s officials.
Maryam Rajavi stressed in her speech that the “Ukrainian people’s resistance is an epic in preserving their country’s honor and survival, as well as a turning moment in restoring the culture of unwavering resistance in today’s globe.
On Saturday, March 5, on the eve of International Women’s Day, at an international conference themed “Women Force for Change in Iran, Global Peace, and Stability.” Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of Iran’s National Council of Resistance(NCRI), expressed her wholehearted greetings to the proud people of Ukraine, particularly the brave women of that country, adding, “Let us call International Women’s Day this year, the day of resistance by the women of Ukraine.” And for one minute, let us get up and applaud them.
The UN Human Rights Council is meeting this week for its 49th annual session, during which a resolution to prolong the mandate of Javaid Rehman, the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran, was passed
The UN Human Rights Council is meeting this week for its 49th annual session, during which a resolution to prolong the mandate of Javaid Rehman, the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran, was passed. In response, Kazem Gharib Abadi, the regime’s judiciary deputy for international affairs and secretary of the mullahs’ so-called “Human Rights Department,” met with Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, to air his grievances about the Iranian opposition, thePeople’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), and their actions and revelations, which have proven costly to the mullahs’ regime.
Mohsen Momeni Rad, one of the architects of the regime’s censorship plan”We will deal with a foreign service if it does not legitimize its activity in Iran, given how destructive their activities are.”
Several significant cyber and public information service interruptions have hit the Iranian regime in recent weeks. Since then, the regime has attempted to reduce the impact of these disruptions on its legitimacy and cyber capacity, while also desperately trying to prevent them in the future. Towards this purpose, Mohsen Momeni Rad, one of the architects of the regime’s censorship plan known as the cyberspace protection plan, stated in an interview with the state-run website Khabar Fori on February 13, that the regime insists on implementing the plan. “We will deal with a foreign service if it does not legitimize its activity in Iran, given how destructive their activities are.” We have requests from Instagram; For example, establish an office here or accept policies and differences,” he said.
They have traveled from all over Europe to meet in the cold weather to express their demands as an Iranian regime henchman, Hamid Noury, stands trial for his role in the 1988 massacre.
Freedom-loving Iranians and allies of the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), gathered in Vancouver, Canada, to call on the international community to intervene in the Iranian regime’s continuous human rights crimes.