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Maryam Akbari Monfared requested to be transferred from Semnan Prison to Evin Prison in Tehran, but the Evin Prosecutor's Office refused.

Evin Prosecutor’s Office rejects the transfer of critically ill political prisoners

Maryam Akbari Monfared requested to be transferred from Semnan Prison to Evin Prison in Tehran, but the Evin Prosecutor's Office refused.

Maryam Akbari Monfared requested to be transferred from Semnan Prison to Evin Prison in Tehran, but the Evin Prosecutor’s Office refused.

 

Maryam Akbari Monfared requested to be transferred from Semnan Prison to Evin Prison in Tehran, but the Evin Prosecutor’s Office refused. The Evin Prosecutor’s Office declined the request despite the Semnan Prison administration’s support. Maryam Akbari Monfared has repeatedly asked to be moved to a jail close to where her family lives in Tehran. Because of her GI issues, Ms. Akbari Monfared is not getting the medication and care she needs. This political prisoner is in critical condition, according to a previous report by the NCRI Women’s Committee.

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It is difficult to imagine that people in one of the richest nations, Iran, have to ration their food and water in the twenty-first century. Sadly, it is the case.

Bread and flour will now be rationed by the Iranian regime

It is difficult to imagine that people in one of the richest nations, Iran, have to ration their food and water in the twenty-first century. Sadly, it is the case.

It is difficult to imagine that people in one of the richest nations, Iran, have to ration their food and water in the twenty-first century. Sadly, it is the case.

 

It is difficult to imagine that people in one of the richest nations, Iran, have to ration their food and water in the twenty-first century. Sadly, it is the case. The so-called “smart subsidies of flour and bread” plan would be implemented in Tehran and other major cities, according to state-run Iranian media on June 20.“This plan more seems like rationing the bread and flour. Because bakers could receive a limited ‘portion’ of flour using their card at a lower price. They should get the rest at the free market rate,” the state-run Etemad daily wrote on June 20. “Based on this plan, if a bakery received 200 bags of flour per month, it would now receive as much as it produces bread,” the paper adds.

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After ten months, citizens continue to chant "Death to Raisi" during social protests. They label Raisi's cabinet as "deceitful," claiming that it has robbed the people's fundamental rights in order to cover its budget deficit and fund extremist proxies in Gaza and Lebanon.

Iranians are directing anti-regime chants at high-ranking regime officials

After ten months, citizens continue to chant "Death to Raisi" during social protests. They label Raisi's cabinet as "deceitful," claiming that it has robbed the people's fundamental rights in order to cover its budget deficit and fund extremist proxies in Gaza and Lebanon.

After ten months, citizens continue to chant “Death to Raisi” during social protests. They label Raisi’s cabinet as “deceitful,” claiming that it has robbed the people’s fundamental rights in order to cover its budget deficit and fund extremist proxies in Gaza and Lebanon.

 

President Ebrahim Raisi spoke about his priorities and introduced “Jihadi motions” as his method for improving citizens’ quality of life during the nomination of his cabinet in the Parliament [Majlis] last year. At the Majlis’s open session on August 21, 2021, he declared, “My government prioritizes the economy, economic stability, improving the major indicators, and in one word: the strengthening people’s livelihood and reinforcing the business atmosphere.”

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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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The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), an opposition movement, is receiving more support, according to an Iranian regime expert on the suppression of political opposition to the regime.

MEK: Iranian protesters have nothing to lose

The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), an opposition movement, is receiving more support, according to an Iranian regime expert on the suppression of political opposition to the regime.

The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), an opposition movement, is receiving more support, according to an Iranian regime expert on the suppression of political opposition to the regime.

 

In an interview, Mohamad Sadegh Koushki, a former political prisoner integrator with strong ties to the IRGC, cautioned that the MEK’s activities are concentrated on “psychological warfare” and “on sowing despair among various sectors of society.”Over 2,000 people working for the MEK in the Tirana camp, the capital of Albania, are engaged in these activities. He told the government-run news agency IBNA that these people are active online, particularly on Instagram, Twitter, and Telegram.

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Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

Iranian restrained plane in Argentina exposes regime’s nefarious Latin American agenda

Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

 

While Tehran likes to portray itself as an anti-American pillar in the new unipolar world order, gaining influence and strengthening its foothold in the Americas is about more than flexing political muscle. Gholamreza Ghasemi, a member of the extraterritorial Quds Force, is believed to be a relative of the regime’s current interior minister, Ahmad Vahidi, who is wanted by Interpol for his role in the 1994 AMIA bombing.

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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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“Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”

Pensioners Continue Demonstrations and Strikes in Different Cities

“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” “Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”.

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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.

Iran: Retirees and shop owners continue to hold anti-regime protests

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.

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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Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran: People are selling their new-born babies to make ends meet

Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

 

Hundreds of heart-breaking videos of newborn infants abandoned on the streets in plastic bags in a dozen Iranian cities have recently circulated on social media. These babies were later transferred to local hospitals, but their fate is unknown. Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days. This tragedy occurred during the approval and promotion of the so-called “Youth Population Plan” by the Iranian regime.

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