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Unlike in previous years, there are now widespread opinions among observers outside Iran that the regime's problems won't be resolved by signing a new JCPOA or by any concessions made by the Western nations.

No sign of economic improvement after 10 months of Raisi’s ‘economic surgery’

Many of the regime's economic experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of having no effective economic plan, which could lead to a revolting society.

Many of the regime’s economic experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of having no effective economic plan, which could lead to a revolting society.

 

The president of the Iranian regime, Ebrahim Raisi, unveiled a 7000-page economic plan for the following four years just before taking office. It appears that this program has been lost ten months after Raisi’s inauguration because there is no sign of it in Iran’s faltering economy. Many of the regime’s economic experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of having no effective economic plan, which could lead to a revolting society. But it appears that the regime has other priorities, like suppressing public demonstrations.

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Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

Regime’s destructive policies are to blame for Iran’s rising number of dust storms

Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms.

 

Parts of Iraq, Iran, Syria, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia have been engulfed by an unusually high number of dust storms containing particulate matter (PM) in recent months. Thousands of people have been admitted to hospitals across the region due to respiratory problems, and airports, schools, and government offices have been closed as a result of the ongoing storms. Mismanagement of natural ecosystems, agricultural areas, misuse of water resources, ongoing drought, and the effects of climate change are being blamed by officials and experts in the region for the increasing frequency and intensity of dust storms.

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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.

Teachers continue to speak out against the regime’s unacceptable policies

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.

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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In Tehran, automotive parts vendors in Cheragh-Bargh Street went on strike and marched towards Lalehzar, urging other bazaar merchants to strike.

Pensioners and Bazaar Merchants Continue Their Demonstrations and Strikes in Different Cities in Iran

In Tehran, automotive parts vendors in Cheragh-Bargh Street went on strike and marched towards Lalehzar, urging other bazaar merchants to strike.

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 regime's supreme leader stated, "today, the enemies' most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

Iran: Domestic opposition is attributed to the “enemies'” strategy, according to Khamenei

The regime's supreme leader stated, "today, the enemies' most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

The regime’s supreme leader stated, “today, the enemies’ most important hope for striking a blow at the country is based on popular protests.

 

On Saturday, when delivering a wide-ranging speech to commemorate the death of his predecessor, Ruhollah Khomeini, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei painted most of his regime’s current crises with the same broad brush. Khamenei attempted to portray the Islamic Republic as the victim of a global conspiracy, with the regime’s “enemies” orchestrating events both within the country and around the world.

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Iran's Social Security Organization retirees and pensioners staged a nationwide protest in less than a day, calling out regime officials.

Iran’s protests are always accompanied by anti-regime slogans

Iran's Social Security Organization retirees and pensioners staged a nationwide protest in less than a day, calling out regime officials.

Iran’s Social Security Organization retirees and pensioners staged a nationwide protest in less than a day, calling out regime officials.

 

All officials, from Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to military commanders in rural villages, expressed concern about ongoing protests in Iran on June 5, the death anniversary of the Iranian regime’s founder, Ruhollah Khomeini. Their carefully scripted remarks revealed the regime’s fear of a tumultuous society and the impact of the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on domestic affairs.

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The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions

Iranian retirees continue to protest all across Iran calling for a regime change

The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions

The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions.

 

For the third day in a row, Social Security retirees and pensioners rallied in several cities on Wednesday, June 8, to protest low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Arak, Tehran, Kermanshah, Karaj, Yazd, and Ahvaz were among the cities where protests were reported. The regular protests come as Iran has experienced two waves of intense anti-regime demonstrations in the last month, sparked by deteriorating economic conditions, rising inflation, and skyrocketing prices of basic goods.

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Only "some devices" are to be activated to conduct "the most urgent matters" under the "responsibility of the highest officials"

Tehran Municipality bans computer use after MEK seizes regime’s security network

Only "some devices" are to be activated to conduct "the most urgent matters" under the "responsibility of the highest officials"

Only “some devices” are to be activated to conduct “the most urgent matters” under the “responsibility of the highest officials”

 

Tehran Municipality officials have issued a statement prohibiting their employees from turning on their computers from Monday, June 6, “until further notice,” four days after the takeover of the municipality’s servers, security cameras, platforms, and applications. The reasoning for these instructions, according to this statement published on Sunday, June 5, is “recent complications seen in the Tehran Municipality applications, particularly the internal portals across the city of Tehran.” Only “some devices” are to be activated to conduct “the most urgent matters” under the “responsibility of the highest officials” and in “coordination with the Tehran Information and Technology Protection Organization.”

 

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As per reports from Abadan, authorities have severely hampered internet access.

Iranians demonstrate for the fourth night in a row in solidarity with the people of Abadan

As per reports from Abadan, authorities have severely hampered internet access.

As per reports from Abadan, authorities have severely hampered internet access.

 

Following the May 23 collapse of the 10-story Metropol tower in Abadan, southwest Iran, people in the cities of Tehran, Shahr-e Rey, Andimeshk, Behbahan, Qom, Minoo Island, and Susangerd took to the streets in mourning ceremonies and anti-regime protests on Saturday night, May 28. According to state media, 29 people have died, 37 people have died, and dozens more are believed to be trapped beneath the rubble.

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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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