By Pooya Stone
Another uprising in Iran will happen if the government refuses to solve the workers’ crisis, according to an Iranian economist.
By Jubin Katiraie
The ayatollahs’ cover-up of the coronavirus entry to Iran not only endangered the lives and health of the Iranian people but also resulted in a rapid expansion of the pandemic in neighboring countries and even the world.
By Pooya stone
The Iranian government is refusing to release prisoners, especially political prisoners, despite the Coronavirus pandemic and the real threat of it spreading easily through the overcrowded and unhygienic prisons.
by Pooya Stone
These days, the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak have reflected in Iranian authorities’ remarks and each faction is blaming the other for the rapid spread of the virus in Iran.
On May 4, Iranian lawmakers passed a bill to remove four zeros from the national currency. According to Iranian media, the administration and Parliament (Majlis) were discussing the bill titled, “Amend the country’s monetary and baking law,” for around 13 years.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has downplayed the country’s COVID-19 outbreak, even describing it as a “blessing”, and advised Iranians to pray to “ward off” the virus.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Sunday that the Health Ministry has named roughly 127 cities that are supposedly virus-free (white) where religious sites will reopen in early May (mid-Ramadan).
By Pooya Stone
Following a series of revelations about the Coronavirus in Iran ـ including victims' statistics and secret documents showing the regime’s cover-up - by the Iranian opposition coalition NCRI and the MEK/PMOI,
Iranian officials are spreading conspiracy theories of "Biochemistry" or "Bio-Terrorism" to find a way for the crime that they have committed to hiding the coronavirus outbreak in Iran and causing thousands of deaths.
According to the Iranian Health Ministry’s officials, the novel coronavirus can possibly continue to spread in Iran during autumn and winter.
According to a citizen familiar with hospitals’ conditions in Saqqez, in Kurdistan province, in western Iran, recently 40 nurses and medical staff of Khomeini hospital tested positive of the coronavirus.
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.
Today, the coronavirus crisis has become the practical and most significant problem for almost all governments across the globe.
These days, the coronavirus pandemic is the greatest challenge for governments across the globe. This unpleasant phenomenon is also a challenge of life and death for many peoples on different continents.
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!”
The news of the influx of poor people in Iran to sell their latest savings, such as gold and jewelry, to goldsmiths is sad and unfortunate.
By Jubin Katiraie The Iranian Revolutionary Guards presented a device on Wednesday that is said to be able to diagnose people infected with the coronavirus at a distance of 100 meters.
With the passing of every day, more evidence proves the Iranian government's role over the coronavirus outbreak by mismanagement and secrecy. In addition to spreading the COVID-19 across the country, prison guards' neglect has resulted in an irreparable calamity among prisoners, particularly political prisoners.
The coronavirus does not differentiate between humans, but due to the inefficiency of the Iranian regime, many Iranian doctors and nurses are the victims of the coronavirus.
Today, there are many analyses, assessments, and predictions about what will happen to politics, economics, society, and culture in the post-Corona world.
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