As protests continue across Iran, with people chanting slogans like “death to the dictator,” state media warn about another uprising. In recent days Iran’s state media acknowledged some aspects of Iran’s crises, such as the Covid-19 outbreak, poverty, inflation, and now the internet censorship plan.
The mothers of the November 2019 slain protesters took to the streets in Tehran yesterday, to seek justice for their slain children, and to show support for the Khuzestan water protests.
On Sunday, August 1, during a protest rally in support of the people of Khuzestan a number of citizens, including civil activists Javad La’l Mohammadi and Fatemeh Sepehri, were arrested and taken to an unknown location by security forces in Mashhad.
Football fans and locals turned soccer celebrations into anti-regime protests on July 31 after midnight in several cities in Tehran Province.
More than 60 former Iranian political prisoners issued a statement on Monday expressing deep concern over conditions faced by…
After a fifth successive win in Iran’s Persian Gulf Pro League Friday evening, fans of Iran’s Persepolis football team took to the streets in several areas…
While the Iranian people are very upset and angry about the slow process of vaccination against the Covid-19 virus and blame the entire regime for this situation, the fifth wave with the mutated strain of this virus known as Delta-variant has caused a sharp increase in the death toll in different cities of Iran.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Iranian authorities to “immediately and unconditionally” release those detained during protests against water shortages and economic hardships in Khuzestan and other provinces and to investigate the abusive use of lethal force.
The rising death toll and mass arrests raise grave concerns about the Iranian authorities’ response to recent protests in Khuzestan and other provinces, Human Rights Watch said Thursday.
The United States on Wednesday condemned the use of violence by Iranian security forces against people protesting waters shortages.
Statements by Ahmad Khatami, a member of the Iranian regime’s Assembly of Experts on cyberspace and the new government’s call for more restrictions on the free internet, have once again brought the issue of filtering and blocking internet space to the forefront of the news.