Iranian state-run media are voicing worries about the possibility of popular protests on the upcoming Student Day on December 7 as well as a the religious ceremony of Muharram.

“Forces of sedition,” they said, are about to “exploit” Student Day in order to “insult the sanctities of the establishment.”

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ImageIranian regime prevented a commemoration ceremony on Saturday for a deceased famous poet, who died ten years ago. A significant number of people and supporters of renowned Iranian poet, Ahmad Shamlou, gathered at his grave to honor his memory, but agents of the State Security Forces (SSF) and the regime’s plainclothes agents prevented the ceremony from taking place. 

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As the first anniversary of the uprisings in Iran approaches, and whilst the protests and strikes in Iran are on the rise, and particularly after the failure of the Iranian government in Iraq as a result of the vast public awareness campaign launched by Ashraf dissidents which resulted in the victory of the secular coalition in Iraq, the Iranian regime is desperate in using the remaining time before the formation of a new coalition government in Iraq to destroy Ashraf, its foremost opposition. 
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