Water Crisis in Iran: Ultra Critical State Reached

06 July 2017

The office of Ministry of Energy’s Water and Wastewater Planning acknowledged that water conditions in Iran have reached a level described as ultra critical.

Hedayat Fahmi of Iran’s Energy Ministry explained, “If a country uses up to 40 percent of its renewable water resources, it’s considered to be in an acceptable state, but if the figure reaches 40-60 percent, then the country is faced with a water crisis. If, however, renewable water usage is between 60-80 percent, the country is in a critical water condition. A renewable water usage of more than 80 percent shows an ultra critical state, so that we could say that Iran with its 88 percent of renewable water usage is now in such a state.”

Children Are Deprived of Education Due to the Lack of Identity Documents

05 July 2017

The illiteracy of Iranian children, especially in the provinces like Sistan and Baluchistan, has become terrible, as the regime's agents one by one are admitting to it. 

Mohammad Naeem Aminifard, the Iranian regime MP from Iranshahr, says: Our latest statistics on the number of illiterates in Sistan and Baluchistan province are different from those of the official organs. Government statistics estimate about 25 to 30 thousand people illiterate, but our statistics estimate about 110 to 120 thousand people in the province. He continued saying: A number of people have not been identified due to the lack of access to government services or deployment of government agents to remote areas, mountains, and in some cases in the deserts that government services have never been offered at those points, therefore, those people do not have personal identification cards.

Iran Regime's Judiciary Secretary: There Are No Political Prisoners in Iran!

05 July 2017

Mohammad Javad Larijani, secretary of the Human Rights Directorate of the Iranian Judiciary oddly said in a press conference that there were no political prisoners in Iran. He also called for the execution of “fire at your own discretion command” of Ali Khamenei, the leader of the Iranian regime.

The head of the human rights headquarters in the Iranian judiciary, who was responding to the question of whether he has taken action on the human rights situation of political prisoners inside the country on Tuesday, July 4, said: "We do not have such title as political prisoners in the country.”

Iran: Graves of Opposition Martyrs Vandalised

28 June 2017

In Tabriz, in the north-western part of the country, graves of members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) that were executed by the Iranian regime during the eighties have been vandalised. Many of the victims were those who were killed during the 1988 massacre in which more than 30,000 political prisoners, most of whom were members of the PMOI, were killed following a fatwa issued by the then-Supreme Leader. 

It has been reported that the vandalism of the graves is being carried out by the Iranian regime and its security and intelligence agents.

Iran: Sharp Increase in Number of Drug Addicts and Regular Users

28 June 2017

Figures indicate that the number of people addicted to drugs in Iran has doubled in the past six years. 

State media announced last weekend that opium is the most popular drug among users. 

A spokesman for the Drug Control Organization, Parviz Afshar, quoting figures from a state-run news agency, said that there are around 2.8 million drug addicts in the country aged between 15 and 65.

Iran: Number of People Addicted to Drugs Rises Dramatically

27 June 2017

The Islamic Republic of Iran is home to almost three million drug users according to the country’s Drug Control Organisation. 

State media reports say that there are around 2.8 million people in a country of 80 million that use drugs on a regular basis. Six years ago, this figure was 1.3 million – more than half the current number.

We use cookies to improve our website. Cookies used for the essential operation of this site have already been set. For more information visit our Cookie policy. I accept cookies from this site. Agree