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Rahe Kargar

Organization of Revolutionary Workers of Iran (Rahe Kargar)- (سازمان کارگران انقلابی ايران - راه کارگر) is a social justice, human rights and a revolution in Iran; they are considered central left on the Iranian political spectrum.[1]

The organization was founded by a number of ex-[2]

Some of the well known founding members of this organisation include "

  1. ^ http://www.rahekargar.org/introduction/20100206-10-moarrefi.pdf
  2. ^ a b سازمان انقلابی کارگران ایران (راه کارگر)
  3. ^ http://www.rahekaregar.com/shohada/alireza_tashaiodx.pdf
  4. ^ http://www.rahekaregar.com/shohada/sokoohi.pdf
  5. ^ http://www.iran-archive.com/rahe_kargar/rahe_kargar.html
  6. ^ http://www.iran-archive.com/rahe_kargar/motafareghe/fashism/rahe_kargar_fashism_1.pdf
  7. ^ http://www.rahekaregar.com/shohada/yaad_bood.html
  8. ^ http://rahekaregar.com/ensheaab_page.html

References

[8] Rahe Kargar was one of the central political opposition organisations in the 1980s and as a result many of their supporters, activists and members were detained or [6] They were one of the first Marxist organisations to oppose the Islamic Republic and their authoritarian policies in a famous article by the name of "Fascism: a nightmare or the truth?" published in October 1979.

Their first official newsletter of Rahe Kargar was established by the name of "Rahe kargar" in early 1979.[5]

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