Authorities in Iran have been increasing their crackdown measures against the country’s restive society in an attempt to quell anti-regime protests. Recent reports indicate strict new rules and regulations on campuses to impose harsh clothing codes, especially on female students being forced to comply by the misogynist hijab dress code. Many students have been summoned by campus security to receive warnings and have even received threats of being suspended or even expelled from school. These latest developments shed more light on the regime’s concerns over the Iranian people’s growing hatred of the mullahs’ dictatorship.

People throughout Iran continue to specifically hold the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei responsible for their miseries, while also condemning the oppressive the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and paramilitary Basij units, alongside other security units that are on the ground suppressing the peaceful demonstrators.

Protests in Iran have to this day expanded to at least 282 cities. Over 750 people have been killed and more than 30,000 are arrested by the regime’s forces, according to sources of Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The names of 675 killed protesters have been

Brave youths in the city of Shahreza of Isfahan Province in central Iran attacked a base of the IRGC premilitary Basij units, according to reports. This attack, resulting in at least one major explosion at the site, is being described as a response to the mullahs’ recent wave of executions. More information will be provided when available.

Brave youths in Yasuj, the provincial capital of Kohgiluyeh & Boyer Ahmad in southwest Iran, have launched attacks targeting two bases of the IRGC paramilitary Basij units. Reports indicate explosions and fires occurred at the targeted sites. These attacks have been described as being carried out in response to the regime’s recent surge in executions.

Brave youths in the city of Bavi in Khuzestan Province located in southwest Iran launched an attack targeting a local State Security Forces site. This attack, taking place early Sunday morning local time, resulted in multiple explosions at the site and was in response to the regime’s recent wave of executions.

Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s telecom industry in numerous cities across the country are rallying on Tuesday protesting their low pensions and poor economic conditions. These gatherings, following a similar weekly trend, are reported in Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Zahedan, Shahrekord, Mashhad, Shiraz, Ilam, and Rasht, among others. This continues previous gatherings held during the past few weeks and months in Tehran and other cities across the country.

In the past few years, retirees across Iran have been protesting to their deteriorating living conditions, especially as the government refuses to adjust their pensions based on the inflation rate and fluctuations in the price of the rial, Iran’s national currency.

In other reports from inside Iran, people in the town of Taft in Yazd Province in the central parts of the country are holding a gathering outside the local governor’s office on Tuesday protesting the severe shortage and even lack of drinking water in their town.

Activists say it is quite telling that the mullahs’ regime allocates hundreds of billions of dollars for their clandestine nuclear weapons program, ballistic missile development, suicide/kamikaze drones, supporting global terrorism, and beefing up their domestic crackdown machine. There is also news that regime President Ebrahim Raisi in his recent visit to Indonesia promised to fund the construction of 12 hospitals in the Southeast Asian country, and leaked documents indicating the dozens of billions of dollars the Iranian regime has provided for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.

Two inmates by names of Malek Baluch Mahani and Kambiz Barzekar held in Kerman Central Prison located in south-central Iran were executed early Tuesday morning in this facility, according to the Hengaw Organization for Human Rights. Around 150 people have been executed across the country by the mullahs’ regime from May 1 to this day.

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Two inmates have been executed in Kerman Central Prison in south-central Iran early Tuesday morning [File Photo]
Workers of the morning-shift at the Khorasan Steel Complex in the city of Firouzeh in Razavi Khorasan Province, located in northeast Iran, are reportedly on strike on Tuesday, protesting their low paychecks and poor pensions.

Interns of the Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences held a gathering on Tuesday to voice their protests and demands. Reports indicate that police units dispatched to the site were threatening the interns.

Nurses in Yasuj held a gathering on Tuesday outside the local governor’s office of Kohgiluyeh & Boyer-Ahmad Province seeking answers to their long-raised demands, especially considering their poor economic situation.

People in the town of Abbas Abad in Mazandaran Province, located in northern Iran, are protesting a regime-judge’s verdict issued on Tuesday allowing authorities to confiscate locals’ property. In the past two months at least three local youths have been killed by regime security forces and operatives as they sought to prevent authorities from confiscating the locals’ real estate and lands.

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition coalition NCRI, and its cornerstone member the PMOI/MEK, have been holding an increasing number of demonstrations and rallies across the globe over the past week in solidarity with the Iranian revolution, relay the Iranian people’s opposition to any form of dictatorship, and celebrate the 34th anniversary of the death of mullahs’ regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini on June 3. The many activists and MEK supporters have also been reiterating their long-lasting support for NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi’s ten-point plan for the future of Iran and reemphasizing on the Iranian people’s opposition to a return to a monarchical rule.

These rallies have been held in many cities, including London, Oslo, Vienna, Stockholm, The Hague, Aarhus, Zurich, Hamburg, Cologne, Bremen, Leipzig, Magdeburg, Stuttgart, and Göttingen in Germany; and Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver in Canada.

On Tuesday, freedom-loving Iranians MEK supporters rallied in Vienna outside the headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency during their Board of Governor’s meeting to voice their opposition to the West’s ongoing appeasement policy. Their placard at this rally read: “Enough with Appeasement — Activate the Trigger Mechanism”

The majority of members in the Parliament of Iceland, with a 1,100-year history being one of the world’s oldest elected bodies, have joined the expanding international campaign to stop the horrific wave of executions in Iran.

The majority of Iceland MPs have issued a statement emphasizing that the dictatorship ruling Iran, aiming to confront the Iranian revolution and establishing a climate of fear across the country’s society, has in recent months intensified mass and extrajudicial executions. More than 100 inmates were executed in just the first 19 days of May, the statement explains.

Three party leaders, six parliamentary committee chairs, one former minister, a current minister, and four members of the parliamentary presidium committee are among the signatories of this statement.

The majority of Iceland MPs recognize four decades of constant resistance by the brave women of Iran for democracy, adding that the ten-point plan of Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), deserves the support of Iceland MPs. Nearly half of the signatories of this statement are women. In Europe, Iceland has the highest percentage of women taking part in their country’s parliament.

The Iceland MPs reiterate the fact that they stand shoulder to shoulder with the Iranian people’s demand for a democratic republic based on separation of religion and state, in which no single individual enjoys privilege over others for their religion or family relations.

Through their slogans the Iranian people have made it clear that they denounce all forms of dictatorship, including the sacked Shah or the current religious dictatorship, and reject any ties with these dictatorships, the Iceland MPs highlighted.

The statement calls on the international community to stand alongside the Iranian people in an effort for change, designate the IRGC as a terrorist organization, and hold the regime’s ruling officials accountable for their crimes against humanity.

The protests in Iran began following the death of Mahsa Amini. Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, a 22-year-old woman from the city of Saqqez in Kurdistan Province, western Iran, who traveled to Tehran with her family, was arrested on Tuesday, September 13, at the entry of Haqqani Highway by the regime’s so-called “Guidance Patrol” and transferred to the “Moral Security” agency.

She was brutally beaten by the morality police and died of her wounds in a Tehran hospital on September 16. The event triggered protests that quickly spread across Iran and rekindled the people’s desire to overthrow the regime.

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