Iranian Oil Workers Strike is Most Serious Threat Yet to the Regime

Article Source: Intellinews

Article Source: Intellinews

Two billion dollar Iranian oil refinery at Gulf port of Bandar-Abbas
  • More than 1,000 workers at the Bushehr and Damavand petrochemical plants carried out a threat to go on strike, blocking streets and chanting “death to the dictator,” according to Radio Farda.
  • Oil worker strikes were pivotal in the Islamic Revolution of 1979, which led to the fall of the Shah.
  • Workers at several oil fields posted videos, threatening, â€śwe will destroy everything we have built” if their demand for an end to violence against the protesters is not met. Read More

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