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A total of 9 people were killed and 400 injured

The Diplomat 
The massacre of political prisoners by the Iranian regime, which took place in the summer of 1988 has never been acknowledged by Tehran and remains one of the darkest stains in recent history, although it is relatively unknown in the West.

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Supporters of the
PMOI on the anniversary of 1988 massacre of
30,000 political prisoners In Iran – Tehran July 2013

 By Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr, Source: The Hill
As the Middle East teems with masses yearning for relief from authoritarian rule, economic hardship and censored communications, Iran should be a prime candidate for popular unrest. The economy is hurting from sanctions, the people live under harsh restrictions and most Iranians are too young to remember the widespread support Ayatollah Khomeini and the fundamentalist clerics rode to power when the 1979 revolution drove the ailing Shah into exile.

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INU - The Iranian regime's cyber-police have arrested a man for selling software allowing users to access websites blocked by the regime from a website in Tehran.

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INU - The inhumane mullahs’ regime has resumed the wave of collective executions after the sham presidential elections, and in just 3 days sent 35 inmates to the gallows in Ghezel Hessar, Gohardasht, Urumieh and Bam prisons.

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