Iranian Resistance hails protesters, calls on public and international organizations to support their cause
Thousands of retired Iranian workers, teachers and other government pensioners from across Iran held a protest rally on Tuesday outside the regime’s parliament demanding an increase in wages and health insurance and calling for the release of imprisoned teachers.
A regime broker: Plunderer institutions have political power and a special backing that circumvents the law
On the morning of Wednesday June 21, thousands of victims of financial institutions belonging to the Revolutionary Guards, the Basij Organization, the Police and the Judiciary in Tehran, Mashhad, Ahvaz, Babol, Abhar, Ardebil and Rasht staged rallies.
Protests staged by investors who’ve seen their money plundered by state financial institutions, including Caspian and Thaman al-Hojaj, continue in various cities across Iran.
On the morning of Tuesday a high number of investors in Isfahan continued their protests from the day before and launched a demonstration. The protesters rallied outside the Parsian Bank, in charge of their investments, and chanted: “The bankrupt Parsian is sitting on our money,” “Down with Seif,” (referring to Caspian’s chief executive), “Seif, answer to our demands,” “Seif is incompetent,” and “This is treason.” State police attacked but failed to disperse the protesters. Similar protesting investors in Tehran staged a rally outside the international exhibition.
Protests by the people plundered by Caspian fraudulent institution belonging to the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) that started on May 22 have taken a more mass scale. These protests have been spread to many cities including Tehran, Mashhad, Ahvas, Abadan, Khoramshahr, Boushehr, Zahedan, Rafsanjan, Shoush, Omidieh, Aligoudarz, Ardebil, Azna, Alashtar, Rasht, Gorgan, Babol, Sari, Amol, Hamadan, Doroud, Nahavand, Boroujerd, Khorramabad, Minoodasht, Kermanshah, Sousangerd, Mehran, Dehloran, Yassouj, Mahallat, Ilam, Delfan, Ramhormoz and Kouhdasht. The protesters demanded the return of their deposits which were all they had and the result of many years of their work and now plundered by this state run financial institution.
Workers and families of mineworkers killed in the mine explosion in Golestan Province attacked Rouhani's car this morning, Sunday, May 7, 2017.
Five days after the tragic explosion of a coal mine in Azadshahr where dozens of mine workers got killed, Rouhani paid a theatrical visit to the city.
Workers hurled stones, punched and hit his car with sticks, demonstrating their wrath and anger at the regime's officials who do not pay the slightest attention to the pain and suffering of workers.
NCRI - Mine belongs to IRGC Basij’s Cooperation Foundation
The families of miners who lost their lives in a recent explosion at the Azadshahr mine (in Golestan Province of northern Iran) clashed with anti-riot police units stationed at the mine. These units intended to distance the family members who refused to leave the site. These family members have been staying at the mine’s entrance day and night since the recent incident.
Iranian workers and toilers turned May Day to a scene of protest and expressing outrage against the mullahs' anti-labor regime. While in a despicable act the regime hold the sham labor day event at Khomeini’s grave, workers bashed this event and repeatedly cut Rouhani’s speech by their slogans. Workers chanted "It is mourning day today, worker’s life is doomed today." The MC of the event called the workers “mercenaries” and threatened them that he would shatter their mouths.
Political prisoners in hall 12 of ward 4 in Karaj’s Gohardasht Prison, west of Tehran, celebrated “Fire Festivities” marking the last Tuesday night of the Iranian calendar year, expressing their hatred of the mullahs’ regime chanting “Death to Dictator” and “Death to Mullahs’ Regime”. These celebrations were held despite intense pressures and restrictions imposed by the Iranian regime. Prison authorities had also deprived the prisoners any fresh air time.
On Tuesday 14 March different cities of Tehran such as Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Yasouj, Shahr-e Kurd and Baneh turned Fire Feast (last Wednesday of the year) to the scene of confrontation and expression of hatred of the velayat-e faqih ominous system.
In Tehran, Fire Feast was widely celebrated at the Mother sq., the third and fourth squares of Tehranpars, and Enghelab and Imam Hossein squares. At the Fifth Avenue of Nirou Hawaii, youth threw firecrackers in front of police vehicle that damaged the front part of the vehicle, causing fear of the suppressive forces. In Tehranpars, youth also burned a large portrait of Khomeini and Khamenei.