Following the firing at a group of Porters on June 25, and July 28 and 29, in Baneh and around the village of Dule’ei of Sardasht, as a result of which two Porters called Mine Abduli and Karim Mohammad Aminzadeh, were killed in point blank shooting by security agents, and several others were injured, on Tuesday, August 15, a group of Sardasht residents hold a demonstration in support of the Porters and condemned the savage killings by the Revolutionary Guards and the regime's security forces while carrying signs reading “No to the killing of Porters”.
The workers of Haft Tepe Agro-industry of Susa protested for the fourth time against the due payments and receivables.
As the state-run Fars News reported, the workers of the sugar cane company rallied with their families. More than 1000 employees, retirees and sugar cane cutters of Haft Tepe passed the 3rd day of strike on Tuesday, June 6.
In protest against poor working and living conditions, the stolen money from Teachers Pension Fund, country’s deplorable educational status, and dealing with teachers’ protests as security threats, Iran’s working and retired teachers held rallies in different cities across the country on Thursday March 9, demanding that their problems be dealt with.
Patrick J. Kennedy, a former U.S. Representative (D-RI), wrote an article for the Independent Journal Review in which he discusses the Iranian regime’s recent reactions to the opposition.
Stop Fundamentalism – Soccer fans took to the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities, last night, following their national team’s 1-0 win over South Korea during the qualifying matches for the 2014World Cup in Brazil. But soon after the parade began, chants of ‘down with dictator’ and other anti-regime slogans started to overshadow the victory screams of young people swarming the streets.