Protesters chant: Poverty line, 3million, our salaries, 1million;
Dignity, jobs, are our inalienable rights
On the morning of Tuesday, September 27, 2016, thousands of the retired personnel of the Education Ministry staged protest rallies in Tehran, and other cities including Kermanshah, Isfahan, Zanjan, Kerman, Shiraz, Tabriz, Aligoodarz, Mashhad, Rasht, Abhar, Ilam, Yazd, Gorgan, Hamedan, Behbahan, Birjand, Bojnourd, Sanandaj, Nahavand, some cities in the northern Gilan Province, etc. to protest low wages, salaries and benefits as well as their miserable living conditions.
Regime officials call for stepped-up suppression of Turks in Azerbaijan
Thursday, July 28, 2016, thousands of Iranian Turks in various cities including Tehran, Tabriz, Orumiyeh, Zanjan, Ahar, Khoy and Ardebil staged demonstrations to protest denigration of Azeris by the state media.
The demonstration in Tehran took place in Toopkhaneh Square. In Orumiyeh, thousands of angry protesters took to Ata'ii and Sardaran cross-sections to express their protest where they were attacked by SSF anti-riot units who shot plastic bullets to the crowd. Young men clashed with SSF troops and engaged in hit and run.
The mullahs' anti-human regime on Sunday, July 24, destroyed 100,000 parts of satellite receivers in Western Tehran. These equipment were confiscated in raids by the Basij and suppressive state security forces on the homes of people.
Political prisoners, labor activists and teachers on hunger strike
Hundreds of workers, teachers and youths rallied outside the office of the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on the morning of Wednesday, June 29, in support of political prisoner Jafar Azimzadeh who marked his 62nd day on hunger strike on this day. The protesters in this rally demanded urgent action to save Mr. Azimzadeh’s life.
NCRI - The following is a roundup of four protests in the Iranian capital Tehran on Monday, June 6.
Harandi Street Residents
Residents of Harandi Street marched towards Tehran’s Municipality building, at 9 a.m. on Monday, to protest the lack of security in their neighbourhood. The regime sent members of the suppresive police force to disperse the crowd.
Dozens of demonstrators arrested
Over 1,000 protesters rallied in Mashhad (northeast Iran) on Thursday, May 12, protesting the plundering of their assets and property by corrupt institutes backed by the mullahs’ regime. The demonstrators were furious over how their hardly obtained assets and property is being stolen by the regime’s institutions, including the companies of Padideh Shandiz, Mizan, Pardisian, Tabarrok, Thamen al-Hojaj, Arman and Badr Tous. The protesters also demanded their stolen assets be returned.
On Tuesday, April 19, a protest gathering by thousands of retirees of the steel industry continued for the third consecutive day in front of the regime’s parliament. The retirees who mostly have brought along their families coming from Isfahan to Tehran are protesting their unpaid wages and dividends in the past four months. The protestors chanted “Justice, justice, we shall not give in to abjection” and carried handwritten placards that read “Whatever they promised to us was thin air; whatever they told us was deception and duplicity.”