By Pooya Stone
In an interview with the state-run T.V. Channel Two, Dr. Hossein Erfani, the head of Iran’s Health Ministry Disease Management, warned about coronavirus infections among Iranian children. On May 16, he said that skin inflammation, severe fever, and gastrointestinal symptoms are likely to indicate infection with the coronavirus. “Theoretically, the coronavirus is likely to be effective in this issue,” Erfani said.
By Jubin Katiraie
The situation of child laborers in Iran, especially those who search through garbage bins and landfill dumps, is too painful.
By Pooya stone
For more than 40 years the ayatollahs impounded Iran’s national wealth and spent it for either suppression inside the country or aggression abroad. They also deprived over 90 percent of the society of welfare and comfortable life. However, officials claimed that “We have no authority!”
As the Iranian people wrestle with coronavirus, poverty, high prices, unemployment, and earthquake crises, the government’s mismanagement have caused a housing crisis for low and middle-income citizens.
By Jubin Katiraie
In a shocking confession, Mohamad Reza Mahbubfar, a member of the Iranian Land Management Association, in an interview on 23 May 2020 said:
The horrendous number of the death caused by the coronavirus in Iran and its result in the society have forced state media to react in fear of this situation.
One of the crimes of the Iranian government in recent years has been the destruction of homes of poor people, who are not able to buy or rent any place for living.
Mohsen Farhadi, Environmental Health Technical Deputy of Iran’s Health Ministry, referring to the increasing trend of the coronavirus infected people in Iran said: “It is forecasted that some of the restriction must be reinstated.”
Mohamad Bagher Ghalibaf, Iran’s Parliament speaker: “Manage cyberspace like a car”
Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi, Iran’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology: “The future economy of the world and our culture depends on cyberspace”
Less than a month has passed since the announcement of the coronavirus outbreak in Iran, and its effects have been far-reaching inside the country’s borders, and Iran has been named as one of the main focal points of the coronavirus outbreak.
Iranian teachers from various cities and provinces held a protest outside the Iranian parliament in Tehran on Monday to demand the cancellation of entrance exams for teaching universities.
Despite the current risk of the coronavirus and the ongoing risk of violent suppression by the government, Iranians from various occupations have held protest rallies in several cities across Iran to protest their dire living conditions.
The mullahs in Iran have increased their persecution of Sunni Muslims in southwestern and southeast Iran, where many Iranian Sunnis live.
The selling of babies in Iran is one of the social problems that has spread its ominous shadow over the Iranian family and society during the rule of the Velayat-e-Faqih (clerical) regime.
At least six protests over economic woes were held by Iranians across the capital and the northwestern and south-western provinces on Tuesday.
A 13-year-old Iranian girl was beheaded in her sleep by her father in a likely so-called honor killing, after attempting to elope with her boyfriend.
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