MEK’s Support Continues to Grow
The Iranian regime’s disinformation campaign, which is led by its intelligence ministry, is spreading lies that the regime’s main opposition group, the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran)., has no public support and is hated by most of the people.
Accusations concerning the MEK’s lack of popular support
However, as is customary in this dictatorship, nothing is properly coordinated. The propaganda factory does not produce consistent products, and the various elements involved in such operations are not coordinated.
Their accusations concerning the MEK’s lack of popular support is one topic that has clarified this discord.
Large-scale protests have erupted in Khuzestan
Since July 15, large-scale protests have erupted in Khuzestan in southwest Iran. The demonstration has spread to a number of other cities in the last two weeks, including Tehran, Tabriz, Bushehr, and Isfahan.
This upward trend, as well as the regime’s repression, will continue in the days and weeks ahead, particularly following the inauguration of the regime’s new president, Ebrahim Raisi, on August 5.
Raisi was “selected” on June 18 as the new president
Raisi was “selected” on June 18, however, the vast majority of Iranians boycotted the election, understanding that regime officials had already opened the door for his triumph when Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei made it obvious that he had chosen Raisi.
According to all reports, Raisi’s decision was based on his lengthy history of supporting and engaging in the repression of dissent, particularly that affiliated with MEK.
Free Iran World Summit-2021
Alternatively, the Free Iran World Summit-2021 began on Saturday, July 10, with the involvement of Iranians and resistance supporters from more than 50,000 places in 105 countries, as well as the presence of thousands of members of MEK, at Ashraf 3 in Albania. Participants convened online with a 20-hour time difference from all around the world.
These recent events remark the growing support, both domestically and internationally of the MEK, in contrast with the regime’s escalating internal crisis.
The youth of Iran set the Mojahedin as their role model
On August 5, the Haraz News website, in a report about the regime’s anxiety, unwittingly disclosed a key fact: “The youth of Iran set the Mojahedin as their role model.”
The article went on to remark the growing support of the youth for the MEK, as well as to acknowledge the ongoing protests that are shaking the regime’s foundation.
“We are talking about a society whose youth, as the future makers of our country, have no roadmap for their future. This revolt and rebellion that is seen in the youth around the country today have been the product of which culture-building and guidance of those in charge?
Young people’s role models and their frustrations
“Instead of engaging in lessons, exercises, games, and sports, our youth and students are embarking on an adventure against the regime. If you are looking for documents for this claim, watch (Mojahedin) TV programs once to find out where our young people’s role models and their frustrations come from.
“Two young schoolchildren block the entrance to a city by picking up a few tires and set them on fire, claiming that they have blocked the supporting road of security forces! At a school in a remote village, children protest! they chanted ‘Death to Rouhani’ and ‘Death to the dictator’.
The rightful protests of the people
“Throwing cocktails, destroying banners in the streets and squares, and writing insulting slogans against the values of the system has become one of the nightly pastimes of our youth.
“The rightful protests of the people of Khuzestan are turning into riots It has been shot. It is not clear whether this is Khuzestan or Texas! Later, its clip will be broadcast on TV (Mojahedin) and the media of other enemies of the system in cyberspace.”