Iran’s Capital Tehran Uprising Show Support For Protests In Khuzestan

ICBPS- Twelve days after demonstrations broke out in the oil-rich, restive Iran province, people in the Iranian capital Tehran stormed to the streets on July 26, 2021 to support the protesters in Khuzestan province.

Iran Protests: Water Crisis Protests Enter Fourth Night

ICBPS- Security forces opened fire late Sunday night amid water shortage protests in southwestern Iran.
Four days of protests against water shortages and electricity blackouts in the nation’s southwest have turned deadly, with gunfire killing three people, injuring dozens so far.

Iranian Americans For Liberty Stands With Freedom-Loving People Of Iran

July 16, 2021 – On the evening of July 15, 2021, Iranian citizens took to the streets in the Khuzestan province to protest the Islamic Republic of Iran’s mismanagement of the corrupt system of government. Instead of responding to their just demands, the Iranian people have once again been curbed by the Islamic Republic’s security forces.

Iran Protests: Security Forces Open Fire Towards Demonstrators

ICBPS- Iranian citizens marched through streets over water shortages on July 16, 2021 in the oil-rich Khuzestan province, including its capital, Ahvaz.
Videos posted online indicate that police have fired weapons to disperse the crowds in the restive province in southwestern Iran.
People in at least 10 cities and several districts of Ahvaz took to the streets late Thursday to protest over water shortage.

Iran Oil Industry Strikes Expand To More Than 100 Contract Companies

ICBPS- Four weeks after Iranian workers of oil, gas and petrochemical industries walked off the job and went on a nationwide strike, more workers from about 100 contract companies have joined the widespread strikes.

Iranian Workers Have Gone On Nationwide Strike

ICBPS- Following the wave of protests and strikes in Iran, a group of contract workers in Asaluyeh, southern Iran went on a nationwide strike on Wednesday, July 23, 2021, in protest of poor working conditions, low wages, wage inequality, and lack of welfare.

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