Throughout Iran, groups of youths are campaigning for a general strike and calling for the formation of resistance councils. In this struggle, the only genuine ally of the Iranian masses is the international working class.
Efforts to suppress the protest movement in Iran have only further agitated the masses. Most importantly, a series of strikes have started in the oil and petrochemical sector.
The protests in Iran sparked by the murder of Mahsa Amini have turned into a national uprising, incomparable to any previous movement in the history of the Islamic Republic.
The brutal killing of Jîna Emînî by the Iranian “Morality Police” ignited a militant mass movement across Kurdistan. The only way forward is a revolutionary mass struggle using working-class methods.
Protests are increasing in Iran’s Khuzestan province after the Metropol Towers in the city of Abadan collapsed, killing and wounding up to 100 people.
On January 30 and 31, tens of thousands of teachers went on strike across Iran in over 300 cities, led by the Teachers’ Coordinating Committee.
On June 18, the Islamic Republic of Iran held its presidential election, which was met by a widespread boycott by the masses.
Recently, 1,400 farmers protested the lack of access to water in Isfahan. The regime answered by sending riot police, leading to clash. This incident is not isolated; there is widespread discord among farmers across Iran.
In Iran, protests and strikes are now spreading across every sector of the economy, with 100 strikes and protests over the past few months. There now exists an enormous potential to unify the movement, after […]
The explosion caused by Israeli forces in an Iranian uranium enrichment facility last month was aimed at sabotaging a new nuclear deal between Iran and US imperialism.
Hamid Alizadeh (editor at In Defence of Marxism) explains the recent developments between the US and Iran and why we must oppose American imperialism.
In an act of supreme arrogance, the Trump administration killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. Yet again, US imperialism is adding to the instability in the Middle East.