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The Baloch people of Sistan and Baluchestan Province have been taking to the streets in anti-regime protests for months, with locals chanting slogans aimed specifically at regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his entire crackdown apparatus.

Cities across Iran celebrate European Parliament’s IRGC resolution

The Baloch people of Sistan and Baluchestan Province have been taking to the streets in anti-regime protests for months, with locals chanting slogans aimed specifically at regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his entire crackdown apparatus.

The Baloch people of Sistan and Baluchestan Province have been taking to the streets in anti-regime protests for months, with locals chanting slogans aimed specifically at regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his entire crackdown apparatus.

 

Protests in Iran have spread to at least 282 cities to date. According to Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) sources, the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. Regime security forces began imposing strict security measures and establishing checkpoints in Zahedan. A long line of vehicles was reported as officials attempted to prevent expected anti-regime protests. Locals, however, have taken to the streets, chanting “Death to Khamenei!” “The IRGC must perish!” Basij, die!”

People in Galikesh, Golestan Province, northeast Iran, were also out in force, chanting anti-regime slogans such as “Basij and IRGC! You are ISIS for us!”

 

 

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) praised the Iranian Baloch people for their continued opposition to the mullahs’ regime ruling Iran.

“Today, the people of Zahedan, Rask, Khash, and Galikesh rose up again, chanting ‘To our fallen comrades, we pledge to stand to the end and ‘Khamenei, shame on you, let go of our country.'” “Dictators will not be able to stop people who are determined to win their freedom,” she emphasized.

 

 

The European Parliament made a strong move on Thursday, adopting a resolution with a large cross-party majority calling on the European Union and its Member States to designate the Iranian regime’s IRGC as a terrorist organization and to expand sanctions lists to include all individuals and entities responsible for human rights violations in the country, including regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, President Ebrahim Raisi, Prosecutor General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, and the Iranian regime’s IRGC.

On Thursday, 598 European Parliament members voted to approve an amendment proposed by the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, which has now been incorporated into the European Parliament’s report on the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy.

 

 

The amendment “condemns Iran’s brutal crackdown on demonstrators following the death of Mahsa Amini, including her violent arrest, abuse, and ill-treatment by Iran’s’morality police’; calls on the EU and its Member States to include the IRGC on the EU’s terrorist list in light of its terrorist activity, repression of protesters, and supply of drones to Russia.”

People took to the streets in the western and northwest Iranian cities of Saqqez (the hometown of the late Mahsa Amini) and Mahabad to celebrate the European Parliament resolution calling on the European Union to declare the IRGC a terrorist organization.

 

 


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Courageous youths identified a regime informant during the rally and punished him.

Iran’s Nationwide Uprising – Day 120

Courageous youths identified a regime informant during the rally and punished him.

Courageous youths identified a regime informant during the rally and punished him.

 

On Friday, January 23, marking the 120th day of the nationwide uprising, the brave people of Zahedan again came out onto the streets following the Friday prayer congregation and chanted anti-regime slogans, including, “Death to Khamenei, death to the IRGC, death to informants”, “death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or the Leader (Khamenei)”, “no to monarchy, no to theocracy, yes to democracy and equality”, “Shame on Khamenei, Leave the country alone”, “This is the final message, one more execution, there will be an uprising”, “I shall kill whoever killed my brother”, “death to the hanging republic”, “death to the Islamic republic”, “Freedom, freedom, freedom”, “More and more crime, down with theocracy”, “death to the principle of the Velayat-e faqih (absolute clerical rule” and “death to the regime’s mercenaries”.

 

 

The brave women of Zahedan played an active role in this demonstration as in previous weeks. Protesters carried placards that read: “From the blood of our country’s youths, tulips have grown”, “I was burned because I was a fuel porter, I was targeted because I was a Baluch”, and “eye for an eye”. The suppressive forces, on alert since the night before, blocked the Khayyam junction, Beheshti, and several other streets to arrest the young protesters.

In the cities of Khash and Rask, people protested with anti-government slogans after Friday prayers. The people of Khash chanted “Death to Khamenei”, and the people of Rask protested the regime’s abduction of the Friday prayer’s leader of this city.

Last night, several brave youths and families of prisoners gathered in front of Gohardasht prison in Karaj until dawn to prevent the execution of Mohammad Qobadlou, one of the detainees of the uprising.

 

 

The chant of “Death to Khamenei” could be heard echoing from the buildings in Tehran’s Ekbatan district. The defiant youths set fire to a Basij base in Bandar Anzali and a banner carrying Khamenei’s picture in Bushehr’s Jam neighborhood.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) hailed the brave Baluchi protesters in Zahedan, Khash, and Rask. She said that the message of Zahedan is the message of all Iranians who have vowed to topple the regime and establish people’s rule. They warn Khamenei that this is the last message, should you execute, an uprising will be on its way, Mrs. Rajavi said.

 

 

 


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On Thursday, the 119th day of Iran's nationwide uprising, protesters continued their anti-regime campaign, with a focus on night rallies.

Iran’s nationwide uprising: Protests continue with focus on night rallies

On Thursday, the 119th day of Iran's nationwide uprising, protesters continued their anti-regime campaign, with a focus on night rallies.

On Thursday, the 119th day of Iran’s nationwide uprising, protesters continued their anti-regime campaign, with a focus on night rallies.

 

There are increasing reports of people burning regime propaganda billboards and posters of regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, writing anti-regime slogans in graffiti, and launching Molotov cocktails attacks on various regime-affiliated sites. Statues and posters of former IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani have also been repeatedly targeted in these attacks.

Protests in Iran have reached at least 282 cities to date. According to sources in the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. The names of 627 killed protesters have been released by the MEK.

 

 

According to social media reports, regime authorities stationed a large number of security forces outside Gohardasht (Rajaie-Shahr) Prison in Karaj, west of Tehran, in the early hours of Thursday morning. Activists believe this could have been in preparation for the execution of Mohammad Ghobadlou, a protester arrested during the ongoing revolution’s recent rallies.

Mohammad Broghani is another arrested protester on death row in Gohardasht Prison, and reports indicate that his execution has been temporarily halted. Ghobadlou and Broghani were sentenced to death after being tortured into coerced confessions and without due process, even under the regime’s own laws.

Parents and others gathered outside Gohardasht Prison in the early hours of Monday, January 9, to protest and prevent the mullahs’ regime from executing the two young men. In their rally, protesters began chanting anti-regime slogans such as “I will kill those who killed my brother!” and “This is the last message: another execution and more uprisings!”

 

 

 

To celebrate the new year, Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held an online meeting with French mayors, elected representatives, and personalities. In her remarks, she emphasized the need for the international community to support the Iranian people in their struggle for freedom.

“Despite the mullahs’ efforts to contain the uprising in recent months, the clock cannot be turned back,” Maryam Rajavi explained. “The uprisings have demonstrated that Iranians, whether under the Shah or the mullahs, despise dictatorship. The slogans of the people emphasize their opposition to both types of tyranny. As we have stated, rejection of the Shah’s and mullahs’ dictatorship is the foundation for cooperation among those seeking a democratic Iran,” she continued.

 

 

“Iranians expect governments to cut ties with the mullahs. Europe must acknowledge the Iranian people’s struggle for regime change. Close Iran’s terror embassies in solidarity with the Iranian people and in condemnation of the torture and murder of Iranian youth,” she concluded.

 

 

 

 


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Happy New Year 2023!

At the end of 2022, a year filled with joy and sorrow for the world as well as for the people of Iran, we wish everyone who celebrates the new year, many prosperous and greater times ahead.

 

 

While Iranians at home and abroad are wishfully rooting for sweeping changes, the prospects for Iran are clearer and its future seems brighter than ever. May the days come when Freedom and Democracy prevail, when no child is deprived of a decent meal, no man is ashamed of being underpaid, no woman is discriminated against for being herself and where celebrating doesn’t turn into grieving anymore.

We long for a country that is free and open to everyone, led by the people and for the people, and where all individuals and groups can live in harmony and equality.

Happy 2023!

 

 

 


 

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Maryam Rajavi: We salute Jesus, the prophet of justice and revolution

CHRISTMAS MESSAGE

Maryam Rajavi: We salute Jesus, the prophet of justice and revolution

Maryam Rajavi: We salute Jesus, the prophet of justice and revolution.

 

The anniversary of the birth of Jesus, the son of Mary, is a new dawn for the enchained humanity. On this blessed occasion, I congratulate all the followers of Jesus Christ, the great prophet of monotheism and unity.
I salute the Virgin Mary, who embodies human liberation, and whose name evokes painful hardships and trials for a great birth. And peace be upon Christ, the prophet of justice and revolution and the harbinger of an era when “the last will be first and the first will be last.”

Now, the song of the Virgin Mary can be heard: “My soul glorifies the Lord; He, who has brought down rulers from their thrones but has lifted up the humble, and has filled the hungry with good things but has sent the rich away empty.”

So, blessed are the Iranian protesters who have followed the emancipating path of great prophets – from Moses to Jesus and to Muhammed – and found the essence of freedom in fighting against religious tyranny. They are breaking the chains of slavery and coercion, burning the idols of falsehood and religious abuse, and exposing hypocritical Pharisees of our time.
They fight and pay the price for a momentous birth.

Like all fateful transformations, such a birth is accompanied by great pain and agony; from the 750 who laid down their lives for freedom, to the captivity and the torture of 30,000 brave young souls, to the blinding of hundreds, and so many forms of torture, harassment, and slanders that our people have endured under the rule of ruthless, criminal mullahs.
But they have earned the greetings, and glad tidings of Jesus Christ, who said, “Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness.”

 

 

Iran uprising, overcoming the darkness of despair and helplessness

In these moments, our thoughts are with the women and men, especially the innocent teenagers and children who sacrificed their lives in the Iran uprising.
We remember their brave families who chose to stand up and become a source of pride for the Iranian people.
And we pay homage to all the brave women, girls, and young people who shattered the walls of fear rebelled against the darkness of despair and powerlessness, and led the battle to uproot the religious tyranny.

 

Christmas, the harbinger of the brilliant destiny of humankind, heralds freedom from the evil of the ruling religious tyranny for Iran and the rest of the world.Salutes to Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary

Christmas, the harbinger of the brilliant destiny of humankind, heralds freedom from the evil of the ruling religious tyranny for Iran and the rest of the world. Salutes to Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.

 

I appeal to all my Christian brothers and sisters worldwide to lend support to the Iran uprising.
May the people of the world rush to the aid of Iranians who, with their crosses on their shoulders, have joined the struggle against the monster of oppression.
May the people of the western nations compel their governments to cut ties with religious fascism and recognize the struggle of the Iranian people to overthrow the clerical regime and help stop the executions and secure the release of imprisoned protesters and political prisoners?

 

 

 


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On Monday evening, November 21, the 67th day of the uprising, suppressive forces, and special units attacked Mahabad, which had become the site of massive public protests following the funeral procession of Kamal Ahmadpour

Iran: 67th day of uprising

On Monday evening, November 21, the 67th day of the uprising, suppressive forces, and special units attacked Mahabad, which had become the site of massive public protests following the funeral procession of Kamal Ahmadpour

On Monday evening, November 21, the 67th day of the uprising, suppressive forces, and special units attacked Mahabad, which had become the site of massive public protests following the funeral procession of Kamal Ahmadpour.

 

. Armed with military equipment and armored vehicles, the regime forces stormed the city and immediately started firing at civilians and aiming for their homes. The sound of gunfire could be heard throughout the city. The regime also turned off the city’s power. People protested in various parts of Tehran at night, chanting “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to the dictator.” People in Garmsar engaged in hit-and-run clashes with suppressive agents, yelling at them, “Shame on you, shame on you.”People gathered in the streets of Malekan in East Azerbaijan province at night and chanted anti-Khamenei slogans. In Bonab, protests were held every night.

 

 

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Iran’s Protests Enter Their 21st Day, With Widespread International Support

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Students launch major protest rallies on campus and many into the streets to join the nationwide protests with anti-regime slogans such as “Death to Khamenei!”

 

Iran’s uprising entered its 21st day on Thursday, with people taking to the streets in large protests alongside an expanding general strike movement.

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Iran’s Protests Continue for 19 Days

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Iran’s protests continue for 19 days, with heavy clashes between students and security forces.

 

The world learned about the restive country once more, when news of the tragic death of a 22-year-old girl in Tehran spread. Mahsa was a victim of Tehran’s brutal morality police. She was a member of the Kurdish ethnic minority in Saqqez, a town in northwest Iran.

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Maryam Rajavi Met with Members of the U.S. Congress to Talk About Iran’s Recent Uprising

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Maryam Rajavi Called for the Recognition of Iran’s People’s Right to Defend Themselves and Overthrow the Regime.

 

The president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, met with senior members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee from both sides of the aisle.

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Iran’s Widespread Demonstrations

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MEP Jan Zahradil was interviewed about Iran’s widespread demonstrations.

The scale of the protests in Iran is growing. In this regard, Czech member of the European Parliament Jan Zahradil expressed his unwavering support for the Iranian people and their protests while outlining the responsibility of the EU in light of the ongoing uprising.

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