HRANA’s Daily Review of Protests in Iran

On Tuesday, August 30, 2022, at least seven protests and one labour strike took place in Iran.

A number of citizens who purchased long ago the pieces of land in the district Golestan in Tehran demonstrated before the municipality building. According to these protestors, 25 five years after purchasing, they have not received any building permits.

A group of school service workers held a protest in front of the Ministry of Education in Tehran. These protestors demand to work in the education section as the Ministry has approved and announced.

A number of employees of the Telecommunication Company held a protest against delays in payments inside the Regional manager’s office in Tabriz.

A group of workers of Brick factory Jil protested against the factory closure before the Governorate building in Karun.

A number of workers of Asalem Municipality gathered to ask for wage and insurance demands before the Municipality.

In Rafsanjan, Kerman Province, a group of citizens who have not received their purchased vehicles from SAIPA Company protested before the Justice building.

The medical staff of a hospital in Tehran protested against the non-payment of six-month salaries.

A group of service workers of Tehran Metro went on strike and marched from their workplace to the Central building of Metro Company in protest against delays in payments.

3 Prisoners Executed in Rafsanjan

HRANA News Agency – Three prisoners who had been sentenced to death were hanged in Rafsanjan prison.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), these three men, all of whom were convicted of drug crimes were executed in Rafsanjan prison on Tuesday 4th August. Continue reading “3 Prisoners Executed in Rafsanjan”

8 bloggers arrested in Rafsanjan

HRANA News Agency – Eight bloggers, including a woman, have been arrested by security forces, on charge of insulting Islamic values, in Rafsanjan in Kerman province.


According to Rafsang website, and Radio Zamaneh, Hossein Raeisinejad, Rafsanjan’s attorney general, has stated, “These people were offending religious sanctities and Islamic values, by publishing offensive context in cyber space.” Continue reading “8 bloggers arrested in Rafsanjan”