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Mps’ Letter Undermines Claims of Social Progress Under Rouhani Administration

By INU Staff

INU - Last week, the CHRI reported that a majority of Iranian legislators had signed a letter urging the government to ban all foreign social media platforms. This development threatens to reverse Tehran’s earlier decision to not make permanent its ban on the Telegram instant messaging app, following the mass protests that began in Mashhad on December 28 before spreading to upwards of 100 Iranian cities.

The Ongoing Protests in Iranian Cites

By INU Staff

INU - In a Statement on January 21, 2018 issued by the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran details of ongoing uprising in different cities was reported as per eyewitness account on the ground.Please see below the full text:

Iran’s Fake “Hardliners” and “Moderates” Game Is Over

By INU Staff

INU -When tens of thousands of Iranians spontaneously began a protest in Mashhad on December 28th, which spread across the county in the ensuing days, Iran’s regime faced a serious threat. As the Iranian people cast aside fears of state security, they sent a message to the regime, telling them that enough was enough.

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