A report by the Iranian opposition revealed a rise in the anger of the Iranian street against the policy of the regime of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, which threatens a new popular revolution in light of the deteriorating economic situation in the country, with the US tightening on Tehran.
A report by the opposition People’s Mujahideen Organization of Iran (Mojahedin Khalq) said that the Iranian street witnessed 208 protest movements in 70 cities, which means organizing at least 7 protest movements a day.
The protests took place at a time of widespread flooding in 28 Iranian provinces. Most of the people were suffering from the problems. The regime mobilized its forces to prevent popular protests and put them in full readiness.
In spite of repressive measures in the regions, at least 69 protest movements against the regime in these areas have taken place in protest against the Iranian government’s negligence.
In April, the workers carried out 33 protests in 17 cities, commercial areas and industrial cities because they had not received their salaries for several months, the absence of job security, the extension of their contracts, the increase in unemployment and the dismissal from work.
The protests were organized by Kaspin Foundation (Tehran), Chandiz (Mashhad and Tehran), Bader Toss (Mashhad), Talai Thamen (Tehran) and Tehran’s large car manufacturer.
In addition, 8 educators organized protest movements in 4 Iranian cities to protest against the deterioration of their situation. Students organized 7 protests in 3 Iranian cities, while farmers organized 15 protest movements in 7 Iranian cities.
For her part, Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi, called in her numerous letters in which protesters protested international organizations for supporting protesters in Iran.
Rajavi said: “The escalation of organized resistance and the rapid pace of domestic and international developments have shown the possibility of overthrowing the regime and the victory of the Iranian people.”