NCRI - According to Press Club, in an article about the economic relations of France with Iran the French La Dépêche Info site wrote: “The high optimism of French investors fell after the arrival of Donald Trump and the threat of US sanctions.”
NCRI - Two female political prisoners, Atena Daemi and Golrokh Iraee, started an indefinite hunger strike on Saturday, February 3, to protest their “illegal transfer” to Qarchak prison.
The two political prisoners issued a letter announcing that they have given ten days to judicial authorities to return them to Evin prison.
Hepco Workers in Arak- February 5, 2018
Iran Uprising -No. 72
On Monday morning, February 5, about a thousand workers of Heavy Equipment Production Company (HEPCO) marched on the streets of Arak. In recent months, these workers have repeatedly stopped working and demonstrated in protest of non-payment of their salaries for eight months. A large number of people in Arak rallied in support of the workers.
Iran uprising -No. 71
The Iranian Resistance Strongly condemns the brutal acts of religious fascism ruling Iran against the Gonabadi dervishes in Tehran and the aggression of the repressive forces against the residence of Dr. Nourali Tabandeh, the head Gonabadi Dervishes, at Golestan 7th Avenue. It also calls on all international human rights organizations to take immediate action for ending such repressive measures and for eliminating all restrictions and discrimination against dervishes.
NCRI - At its starting point, Iran’s recent uprising kicked off on December 28, 2017, with such slogans like ‘Death to high prices’ and ‘Death to unemployment’ and quickly turned into “Death to the Dictator and Death to Khamenei” and the request for “ Regime Change” as the one and only solution to all the problems.
In Abadan, the workers of the municipality gathered for the second day in a row against the non-payment of their salaries of previous months
Iran Uprising - No. 70
On Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, 2018, protest movements of youths, workers and other deprived classes continued.
On Saturday, February 3: