On the verge of the Iranian opposition’s major convention in Paris, the majority of the Italian Parliament issued a statement calling for the prosecution and punishment of the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners. This massacre, carried out under orders issued by former Iranian regime leader Ruhollah Khomeini, is considered as a crime against humanity.
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On Sunday morning 18 June 2017, about 700 Active and retired workers of industry sector of "Haftapeh sugarcane corporation complex” gathered in front of the administrative building of the unit in 50 degrees Celsius heat, demanding their wages and their retirement benefits.
Delfan's municipal workers gathered to protest their outstanding unpaid wages up to 10 months, with demonstrating their empty food tables in the city in front of the regime’s governor building on Saturday morning June 17, 2017.
The Iranian Regime has blamed the recent terrorist attacks in Britain on Western countries, claiming that they are responsible for the rise of ISIS.
Following Khamenei's remark and his order of "fire-at-will forma", the repressive measures has increased on Friday 9 and many young men and Sunni activists got arrested in Kurdistan and other southern provinces including Khuzestan.
The 1988 Iranian massacre was a strategic attempt by the Iranian Regime to wipe out political opposition by executing those who spoke out against them, mainly members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
Iran’s mullahs have destroyed the country’s economy and brought nothing but poverty and increasing unemployment. Currently young men and women graduating college with high degrees are forced to even resort to carry heavy loads.
Art students in Tehran University staged a rally on June 9th protesting the fact that their college was being placed under the control of private investors.
In the past few months students have time and again protested and rallied against this move.
The United States Congress recently introduced a resolution regarding the 1988 massacre in Iran. It was the largest mass execution of political prisoners since the Second World War.
Amnesty International has condemned a travel ban imposed by Iranian authorities on Dr. Mohammad Maleki, former president of Tehran University, currently considered as one of the most famous human rights defenders inside Iran.