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Iran to Reopen Religious Sites Despite Coronavirus Worry

The Iranian regime paved the way for spread the coronavirus among citizens with reopening holy shrines for its economic interests

While the coronavirus outbreak rages on in Iran, claiming thousands of more lives and showing no sign of being under control, the Iranian regime plans to reopen religious sites, including holy shrines, mosques, and Friday prayers centers, in early May. 

Iran: Hikes in Bread Prices Amid the Coronavirus Crisis

Iran’s regime raises prices of bread instead of offering the people supportive packages in the coronavirus era

While most Iranians pass the coronavirus crisis without state assistance, the Iranian regime added salt on their injuries with hikes in bread prices. The mullahs took this abnormal action on the eve of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, which has redoubled the public hatred.

Iranian Workers in Mashhad Express Their Pains

Several citizens in Mashhad city blamed the Iranian regime for its mismanagement that pushed impoverished segments of the society to misery

An Iranian state-run media recently published a report that featured interviews with several workers in Mashhad city, northeast of the country. Interviewees all criticize the regime in its failure to implement quarantine policies and to protect the people against the spread of the coronavirus.

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