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22April2014- An individual from Rouhani's office approached the families of political prisoners who are protesting in front of Rouhani's Office and told them to provide him with their demands so he would follow them up. The families responded that we were in front of the Majlis (Parliament) and they gave us the same promise. We do not want to talk to you. We want to determine the fate of our beloved relatives who are imprisoned.

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Subsequent to the barbaric raid by prison guards on Ward 350 of Evin Prison in Tehran and the battering of political prisoners and their transfer to solitary confinement with scarce news reaching outside the prison, a protest gathering by families of political prisoners began today.

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People of Shahr-e Kord (a city in western Iran) staged a rally and a protest march as reported by regime’s news agencies.The protest had been called for in advance to protest the transfer of water of Zayandehrood River(Isfahan) and construction of a tunnel called Golab-Behesht. The water of Zayandehrood, as one of the principle rivers of the country, is about to dry out due to inexpert policies. If this environmental catastrophe happens, it will cause great damage to the people of Esfahan, as well as the neighboring provinces.

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After Foulad, a soccer team from Khuzestan Province (southwestern Iran), became champion of Iran’s Premier Soccer League on April 11, the youth of Ahvaz, capital of this province, took to the streets chanting anti-regime slogans. Most of the slogans, in Persian and Arabic, were against the regime and Hassan Rouhani, its President. 

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Tehran’s Friday prayer Imam called the national and jubilant ceremony of Seizdabedar (ceremony held by Iranians on the 13th of the first month of the Persian year where everyone goes to outdoors and have fun)  superstition and asked the people to harmonize their happiness and sadness with the values of the clerical regime.

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NCRI - The residents of a Northern province in Iran gathered for the third time on Sunday to protest the broadcast of a TV series by the state-run broadcaster in Iran.

Residents of Mazandaran province gathered outside the governor's office in the city of Sari to protest the broadcast of "Pay-e Takht 3" series that people find offending.

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