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Iran Protests at a Glance—Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Iran Protests at a Glance—Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Iran Protests – May 24, 2023: According to reports by the Iranian opposition, Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) on Wednesday, May 24, the people of Iran continued their anti-regime protests at every opportunity, including events held to mark their losses at the hands of the mullahs’ atrocities.

Families of death row inmates rallied outside the regime’s main judiciary building in Tehran on Wednesday, May 24, demanding officials halt the execution of their loved ones.

On May 22, in Kermanshah, Western Iran, brave youths attacked a base of the IRGC Ground Forces and the IRGC’s 29th Division in this area. This attack, taking place early Monday morning local time, resulted in multiple explosions.

Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s Social Security Organization from the cities of Shush and Ahvaz, in Khuzestan province, held a gathering on Wednesday demanding their rights while protesting their low pensions.

In other reports from Rostam (Momaseni) in Fars Province, south-central Iran, five years after a local sugar cube factory was shut down, the workers of this site continued to demand their unpaid salaries.

On Wednesday, labor activists in Isfahan, in central Iran, continued their strike for the third consecutive day.

100 days after the earthquake in Khoy, northwest Iran, most of the locals don’t have any money or adequate shelter. That is why many cannot afford to live in a house and are forced to remain in tents.

Locals in the city of Malayer of Hamadan Province in western Iran, and Karaj, located west of Tehran, including residents of the city’s Navvab district, were chanting anti-regime slogans on Tuesday night, May 23, including:

“Down with Khamenei!”
“Down with the dictator!”
“My life for Iran!”