Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 23, 2019 - As tensions escalate for Iran’s regime throughout the Middle East region, reports of protests in cities across the country are causing even further concerns for the ruling mullahs.
In Kermanshah, a number of single mothers and low-income families rallied outside the mayor’s office on Saturday protesting high mortgage and rent prices.
In the town of Esfarāyen of North Khorasan Province, northeast Iran, college students rallied on Saturday protesting low food quality at their schools’ self-service sections.
In Hamidiyeh of Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, rice farmers from the towns of Karkheh to Huwaizeh rallied Saturday outside a local state water company demanding their fair share of water for their rice farms.
In the city of Shushtar, also in Khuzestan Province, people rallied on Saturday outside the mayor’s office protesting their expulsion from the Karun Fish Company. They were seen holding a banner reading, “What is the difference between cutting our bread and cutting our heads?”
In Birjand of South Khorasan Province, eastern Iran, workers of the local Nilufar Tile Company rallied on Friday demanding their delayed paychecks and pensions. These workers held a similar rally again on Saturday outside the local provincial governorate office.