In a big protesting move, the workers of all factories and workshops in Naishabour (Northeastern Iran) held a general rally and expressed their anger and frustration against the Iranian regime’s predatory policies by chanting anti-government slogans.According to the reports, the workers who were asking for their delayed salaries chanted against Iran’s minister of labour. The factories involved in this protest were: Sugar Factory of Naishabour, Iran Sholeh Company, Assayesh Company, Azmayesh Refrigerator Company, Alborz Naishabour refrigerator making Company and Arya Shargh Company.The large Naishabour workers’ rally started from ’Imam Intersection’ towards the governorship. They stopped before the Governorship Building and announced their demands in a statement. In their statement the workers protested against the lack of professional security, continuous firing of workers and other social pressures by the regime on them.
Radio Farda reported that Iran’s clerical judiciary issued verdicts of stoning for 7 women and 2 men. According to reports, the stoning verdicts which were confirmed by the clerical judiciary were issued for Kobra Najjar, Khayrieh, Iran, Malekeh Ghorbani, Ashraf Kalhori, Fatemeh and Layla Qomi in Tehran’s prison, and two men by the names of Abdullah Farivar in Sari and an Afghan man in Mashhad prison.
Fars, the state run news agency, reported that the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces of the State Security Force (SSF) brutally and savagely attacked 110 places and the houses of ordinary citizens and arrested a large number of youths in Tehran province. The raid was conducted under pretext of fighting against drug addicts. The head of the State Security Force (SSF) in Karaj city, Majid Bazmoon told the press: “we have coordinated with the Judiciary system to hand over all detainees to an official of the Judiciary.”
On Nov. 11, IRNA state run news agency reported Iranian regime hanged one man in Zahedan’s central prison. His name was Nader Kalbali. The judiciary also released death sentence verdicts for 10 people in Zanjan and Taft. Nine of them are from Zanjan and the last one is AbdulZahra 31, from Taft.