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NCRI - Fearful of student protests, the Iranian regime has stationed suppressive forces on a massive scale in the streets and squares around Tehran and Sharif Industrial universities. The Basij forces and the anti-riot units of the State Security Forces (SSF) have set up checkpoints in Engelab Square and Azadi Street. Regime’s elements apprehensively inspect vehicles in this district and prevent traffic on foot to Azadi Street. At Tehran University, regime’s intelligence elements check student IDs and prevent students from other universities from entering.

In many cities the Iranian regime obstructed ceremonies related to the Student Day upon various pretexts. In Qom, the program related to the Student Day was cancelled and instead burial ceremony was held for regime’s hirelings that had died in Syria. In the universities of Hamedan and Ahwaz debates that were to be held in these universities were all cancelled. The Student Day program at Medical Sciences University of Shahrekord was also cancelled on pretext of disruptions.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
December 7, 2015

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According to a survey conducted by Gallup, Iran is among the highest ranked in the world with respect to negative emotions and far too low in self-reported positive emotions. There is probably no better time in Iran for happiness.

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NCRI - A group of plainclothes agents from the Iranian regime's Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and  members of Basij para-military forces raided a music concert hall on Thursday in the city of Yazd.

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In the run-up to International Workers’ Day, the Iranian regime issued warnings against its citizens organizing any demonstrations or events to publicly mark the occasion. Reports indicate that Iranian intelligence officers went so far as to meet with individuals who were suspected of being labor organizers, in a series of specific attempts at government intimidation.

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Anumber of labor activists have been detained in the Iranian capital as they gathered to observe International Workers' Day on May 1. The activists were among dozens of workers who were aiming to stage a protest outside the Labor Ministry and also at another location, in western Tehran. 

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NCRI - Fearful of labor demonstrations and protests on the International Workers’ Day, the clerical regime arrested a large number of workers. Additionally, prior to this day, the mullahs’ intelligence had summoned a number of workers and warned them of staging any protests or participating in demonstrations.

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