's regime executed two political prisoners Tuesday morning.

Authorities said they will be executing three young Iranians, also.

This thread sheds light.


Imagine living in a country where the so-called "judiciary" sentences a young woman to ten years behind bars for teaching school children their native tongue.

This is the story of Zahra Mohammadi in Sanandaj, Kuridstan province, W Iran

Welcome to under the mullahs' regime

Voice: "They're making anti-riot vehicles to go to war against the people. There must be something going on that they're making such vehicles. God knows how many will be ran over by these vehicles. The economy is devastated & they're making such vehicles. This is the fifth truck I've seen."

Imagine living in a country with the world's 2nd largest natural gas & 4th largest oil reserves, and yet the majority lives in poverty. Some are even searching the trash to find something sell... or even eat.

Welcome to under the mullahs' regime...

Video: Tehran, July 13

, due to its huge budget deficit has been forced to increase the price of diesel.

While fearing the consequences of such a decision like a gas price hike in Nov 2019, it is moving very slowly & with caution so as not to flame up new protests.


@stephanieanne No, I don't recall such a post. I do recall that I posted an Times of Israel news report about a senior Hamas official fleeing Gaza to Israel with a significant amount of important documents.

"The annual gathering is also a reflection of another fact: The world will witness a viable and democratic alternative, capable of overthrowing the regime."


Khuzestan province in southwest sits on an ocean of crude oil & natural gas. And yet over 700 villages don't have running water.


The regime provides for:

Assad—$15 bn/yr
Hezbollah—$700 mn/yr
Houthis—at least $360 mn/yr
Hamas—$360 mn/yr
Iraqi militias—$150 mn/yr

On July 8, 's judiciary hanged a 55-year-old man for "drinking alcohol" in Vakilabad Prison in Mashhad, northeastern Iran. The ayatollahs implemented this inhuman and cruel punishment under the excuse of Sharia law.


The brutal oppression of women was one of the key policies of Iran’s regime to usurp the rights of the Iranian people after the 1979 revolution, which saw the mullahs rise to power.


"I visited my dear Atena today. She was very concerned about the death sentences of Amir Hossein Moradi, Saeid Tamjidi & Mohammad Rajabi. She had a message for our dear people & int'l orgs to not go silent & don't allow these three innocent youths be executed."

Human rights activist Narges Mohammadi and six other women in the Prison of Zanjan have developed dangerous symptoms of the COVID-19 disease while being denied access to tests and treatment.


Imagine living in a country where you can be sentenced to death for taking part in a protest for a better life.

Welcome to under the mullahs' regime.

The International Community’s Silence On Iran’s Unrest And Iranians’ Resistance

Iran is in turmoil and there are undeniable signs that the mullahs are in deep trouble and the population’s desire for major change is more conspicuous than ever before. In these circumstances, it would be a missed opportunity if Western parties turn a blind eye.


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