November 2019 protests

MEK Iran: No End in Sight as Iranian Regime Executes 2 More Political Prisoners With 3 More Ready

November 2019 protests

long prison sentences have been handed out to supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran).

The Iranian regime just 2 days ago executed two Kurdish political prisoners and the same fate is just about to happen to three young men who have been in prison since the November 2019 protests. At almost the same time the mullahs’ regime executed a man caught drinking alcohol. All these incidents are without a doubt an abuse of human rights and should be condemned.

There has been a hashtag #اعدام_نکنید (stop execution) circulating on social media, demanding the immediate release of the three detained protesters.  They are Amir Hossein Moradi, 26, Saeed Tamjidi, 28, and Mohammad Rajabi, 26, who has been sentenced to death for taking part in the November 2019 nationwide Iran protests.

Diako Rasoulzadeh and Saber Sheikh Abdollah are the names of the two Kurdish political prisoners who on Tuesday were executed after being sentenced by Revolutionary Court in Mahabad on a false charge of “Moharebeh,” or showing hatred towards God. The same fate took place for Reza Askari, a retired employee of the Ministry of Defense.

Not only have these crimes of execution been taken place but also long prison sentences have been handed out to supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran). Many of them have been arrested as well as members of their families. This has been done so that ( PMOI / MEK Iran ) supporter will loosen their support for the resistance due to the fear of being tortured and incarcerated just for their beliefs.

Increasing suppression is all the regime knows

Even though the regime may be condemned for its breaches of human rights and that as a result of its torturous assaults on Iranian people more protests could erupt, there is little else it can do but suppress the people in the hope it will lessen their support for the resistance.

The protests by Iranians in November 2019, and January 2020 and the poor turnout at the February parliamentary elections showed that the regime has lost support from the masses and it is only a matter of time before the regime is overthrown

It has taken a long time to build up a viable resistance against the Iranian regime’s 40 years of ongoing oppression where it wasted the national wealth on terrorism, it promoted warmongering policies and its involvement in institutionalized corruption. All of these haven’t brought anything that will benefit the Iranian people, only ongoing misery, sustained poverty, and feelings of desperation. On top of these 40 years and what has made matters worse is the COVID-19 crisis, which has resulted in a death toll according to the (PMOI / MEK Iran) of over 71,700 people throughout Iran.

In response to the events unfolding in Iran, the regime is using acts of murder such as the recent executions to frighten people and force them into submission.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the (NCRI) President-elect, has said that the United Nations Security Council, the UN Secretary-General, the High Commissioner on Human Rights, and the UN Human Rights Council, and any other concerned bodies should now be taking effective action to hold the regime accountable for its realm of terror.

As Mrs. Maryam Rajavi sums up:

“The regime aims to intimidate the public against participating in the uprising and to also use the mercenaries’ families for repression and espionage. the ruling religious fascism in fear of an eruption of widespread anger continuously sheds blood to forestall its inevitable downfall.”

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