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Posted on 10/25/2018 10:40:21 AM PDT by hassan.mahmoud
More protests spread across Iran BY: Hassan. Mahmoudi During the past few months More protests spread across Iran, from its southern cities to the capital, protesting the weak economy, inflation, unemployment, unpaid salaries, water shortages, and their grievances. The protesters have shouted severe slogans against authorities and their policies. Sharp Drop in Iran's Economic Growth Rate has been forecast ed in November when US will target Iran's oil export. Last month Economic discontent directs numerous street protests On Monday Oct. 22, A group of PhD students in Tehran rallied on Monday outside the Iranian regimes parliament protesting the difficulty to find jobs. Students of Amir Kabir University in Tehran also rallied on Monday, protesting the college officials incompetence. Truck drivers who went on strike in May for higher wages restarted their strike last week. The strike has affected fuel deliveries, leaving some gasoline stations empty in parts of the country, including Caspian Sea areas north of Tehran. Youths in Behbahan, southwest Iran, rallied at the Friday prayer site again this week, protesting being unemployed while authorities are hiring non-locals to work in a nearby refinery. In Shushtar, southwest Iran, municipality workers held a rally outside the city hall on Monday demanding their paychecks that have been postponed for the past six months. These protesting workers say that prior to the Dec/Jan period, all Shushtar municipality employees were working under the citys official authority. However, against the workers will and opinion, they were suddenly placed under regime officials authority under plan pretexted as a privatization measure. Their paychecks have been delayed ever since they added. Varzaneh is an ancient central Iranian desert town in Isfahan province, it is famous regionally and all over the world for its spectacular desert which has been inhabited for 5,000 years Oct. 22, 2018 Hardworking farmers of Varzaneh held a rally protesting the Iranian regimes plundering policies and not receiving their share of water for their lands. Oct. 23, 2018 - More than 70 political prisoners are on hunger strike in Urmia (Urmia is the 10th most populated city in Iran) Central Prison despite pressures and hollow promises provided by the prison authorities. These political prisoners have now been on hunger strike for over a week now. Youths in Behbahan, southwest Iran, rallied at the Friday prayer site again this week, protesting being unemployed while authorities are hiring non-locals to work in a nearby refinery. On Sunday, a large number of these political prisoners families held a rally outside the facility demanding authorities responding to their loved ones demands. There is a continuous stream of reports of further protests in cities across Iran. A group of PhD students in Tehran rallied on Monday outside the Iranian regimes parliament protesting the difficulty to find jobs. To end this as the Iranian regime faces new and escalating crises with each passing day, more people from all walks of life are seen holding protests in numerous cities throughout Iran.
Hassan Mahmoudi is a human rights advocate, specializing in political and economic issues relating to Iran and the Middle East.
World’s #1 state sponsor of terrorism. Let them continue their muslim vs muslim circular firing squad.
“paychecks that have been postponed for the past six months”
Much more of that kind of thing is on the way.
Math will have its day.
Some hard math is coming the mullah’s way.
I look forward to the beheading of the mullahs.
I would rather see the mullahs shot, hanged or stoned. That would avenge their victims.
Hey, there’s a lot of ‘em, more than one method would also be fine. :^)
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