While more than 6,000 teachers took part in a gathering in front of the parliament in Tehran to join and express solidarity with the nationwide teachers’ demonstration, more than 20 other cities in the country were shaken by the chants of 'freedom for political prisoners' and 'freedom for imprisoned teachers.'
The slogans in the teachers’ demonstration included:
'Free teachers activists',
'Free political prisoners',
'Free political prisoner Rasoul Bodaghi',
'The future of teachers must be insured', and
'NO to prison, NO to intimidation, NO to expulsion, NO to exile',
Domenstration took place in cities of Hamendan, Rasht, Tehran, Efahan, Tabriz, Mashhad, Abadan, Arak, Shiraz, Zanjan, Yasooj, Kermanshah, Bushehr, Ardebil, Khorramabad, Sanandaj, BandarAbbas, Broujerd, Gonaveh, Saghez, paveh, Karaj, Ghazvin and Marivan.
Some of the placards read: 'Violence, Torture and Execution must be banned', 'We demand the obliteration of discrimination and injustice', 'Poverty line is 3million, our salary is 1million',
'Discrimination and injustice must end' and 'We are suffering from poverty and are disgusted of discrimination'.
Iran: Police attack peaceful protesters outside Tehran court
Police in Tehran attacked 3,000 the protesters of supporters of a spiritual group gathered in peaceful protest outside the city's Revolutionary Court before the trial of their faith's founder.
Intelligence Ministry agents used tear gas on the crowd, and arrested a number of protesters and transported them to an unknown location. The violent scenes forced shops and businesses in the area to close down, and it took the police two hours to clear the area of demonstrators.
The trial involved allegations against Mohammad Ali Taheri, founder of Erfan-e-Halgheh group who was arrested on May 4, 2011, by officials linked to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and was held in Evin Prison. He was later charged with 'spreading corruption on Earth', a catch-all indictment of political dissent which carries the death penalty. His supporters have gathered on numerous occasions outside Tehran’s Evin prison chanting 'freedom of expression is our right'.
Iran regime spy admits sending jet information to Tehran
A former US defense contractor has pleaded guilty to sending sensitive information about US military jet programs to Iran.
Mozaffar Khazaee, 60, pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday for violating the Arms Export Control Act and faces up to 20 years in prison.
Federal prosecutors say that Khazaee stole information about engines used in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and F-22 Raptor programs from three employers during his time as an engineer for U.S. defense contractors. Khazaee will be sentenced on May 20 and faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.
Iranian regime bans ancient Charshanbe soori in Iran!
Iranian regime's sources quoted the State Security Force, SSF as saying that holding the feast of fire celebration on the last Wednesday of the year (March 18) is banned. The SSF chief said the SSF is considering plans to ban and prevent fire crackers and firework ornaments to be sold or delivered to the town. He asked youths to sit at homes and just watch TV. He vaguely threatened the youths of encountering the Suppressive forces if they attempted to go out and have fun and play with fireworks. Charshanbe soori or festival of fire is an anciant Iranian celebration which dates back to at least 1700 BCE. On the eve of Charshanbe soori or the last wed. of the year, people build small bonfires and jumb over them singing to the fire: my yellow to your, your redness to me, meaning we give our sickness and illness to the fire and take the glow, pureness and clarity of fire.
The Iranian resistance disclosed yet another Iranian regime's atomic site called Lavizan 3, on Feb. 24
According to CNBC - Feb. 26, At a news conference at the National Press Club on Tuesday, February 24, 2015, the U.S. Representative Office of Iran’s Parliament-in-exile, the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI ), unveiled for the first time details and specifications of Lavizan-3 site, where research and testing with advanced centrifuge machines for the purpose of uranium enrichment were being conducted. At the same time a briefing occured in US legislation where the house representative questioned John Kerry US Secratary of State, about the new revelation. Kerry said: "a final nuclear deal with Iran could be derailed if new allegations from an Iranian dissident group that Iran is running a secret uranium enrichment operation at a facility near Tehran prove true."
The same group in 2003 for the first time revealed Iranian regime's nuclear program and it's intention to accuire nuclear bomb.