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Iran’s Youth Torch Symbols of Regime

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brave young people of Iran torched huge posters of Ali Khamenei and other symbols of the mullahs’ regime

The defiant and brave young people of Iran torched huge posters of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and other symbols of the mullahs’ regime, including the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), in many cities across Iran during the period October 3-5. They also set fire to several centers belonging to the suppressive security forces in Iran, including the IRGC and their Bassij militia.

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young people of Iran torched banner of Ali Khamenei and other symbols of the mullahs’ regime in cities of Iran

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These cities include Tehran, Karaj, Sabzevar, Mashad, Shiraz, Zahedan, Rezvanshahr, Fassa, Nowshahr, Semnan, and Kouhdasht, but there may also be others that haven’t yet been reported.

These daring youths, dreaming of change in their country, posted pictures of the Resistance’s leader Massoud Rajavi and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) president-elect, Maryam Rajavi on buildings and bridges, all visible in public spaces, with the slogans “mullahs must go”, “rise up and bring down the religious dictatorship’ and “down with Khamenei, hail to Rajavi”. This happened in the cities of Tehran, Shiraz, and Mashhad, but again, there may be more that haven’t been reported.

You can see the photos of their rebellious actions on the website of NCRI.

These activities came at the same time as the recent uprising in Lordegan, where angry young people set fire to Lordegan’s provincial governmental office, the office of Khamenei’s representative, the office of the Friday prayer leader, and a number of other governmental centers in the city.

They were protesting in support of the residents of Chenar Mahmoudi village in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province. The suppressive security forces attacked the protesters, firing live rounds at them and shooting tear gas into the crowds.

Still, the protesters chanted slogans like “Down with dictator,” “have no fear, we are all together,” “neither Gaza nor Lebanon, I give my life for Iran,” and “incompetent official, resign, resign.”

The residents are protesting against the local health authority after 300 people, including children, were infected with HIV because of medical professionals using dirty needles during a routine diabetes check.

Rajavi praised the protesters and encourage them to continue.

She said:

“With their chants of death to the dictator and attacking the office of the representative of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, they targeted the clerical establishment as the main cause of all the atrocities perpetrated against the Iranian people. This corrupt and criminal regime has squandered Iran’s national wealth by pursuing nuclear and missile projects and engaging in foreign warmongering, which has destroyed all aspects of life for the people of Iran, including health and well-being.”

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Eliminating Gas Subsidies: a Noose Around the Mullahs’ Neck

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increases the gas price, it runs a serious risk of public protests for Rouhani’s weak government.

The mullahs’ regime is bankrupt. Oil export, its main sources of income has dried up with crushing sanctions. With no hope for sanction reliefs especially after Hassan Rouhani’s failed trip to the UN General Assembly, the regime has counted on emptying the people’s pockets. To do so it is quietly planning eliminating gas subsidies. The Iranian regime tested the waters last year for increasing gas prices.  It backed off. Public anger and frustration would be predictable, and it was enough to scare off the mullahs. Increasing gas prices is even more dangers for the regime than that of bread. Gas is the bloodline for Iran’s failing economy. All goods and services are delivered on wheels in Iran and every vehicle needs juice to run. It is as simple as that.

If Rouhani’s weak government increases the gas price, it runs a serious risk of public protests. The Iranian regime’s Majlis (parliament) called for a closed session to discuss eliminating gas subsidies. Ironically, Brigadier General Ali Fadavi, deputy commander of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) was invited for consultation. In a normal government, for discussing such issues the energy or oil minister would be called in not a military commander. But nothing is normal in the mullahs’ corrupt regime. Increasing gas prices can inflame the already volatile Iranian society. Calculating the risks of such price hikes are not that difficult since Iran is witnessing everyday protests. Adding extreme economic hardship and salaries that are no match for unbridled inflation are recipes for disaster. An important factor that they cannot ignore and always take into account when weighing the cost and benefits of such decisions is the role the Iranian Resistance would play in all of it. Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) has been an existential threat to mullahs’ regime since day one. Ali Khamenei and his cronies use every opportunity to remind each other of the MEK’s threat. The protests in Lordegan was the latest case.

Ali Mohammad-Akbari IRGC commander for Qmar-Banihasheim Brigade assigned to the region blamed the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) for Lordegan’s unrest yesterday.

Mohammad-Akbari told the citizens that MEK was responsible for what had happened. He said:

“Those who had covered their faces with scarfs and directed the people in Lordegan were not locals and had come from elsewhere.”

Increasing gas prices have become the latest security threat for the mullahs’ shaky regime.

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Message of Iraqis’ Uprising for the Mullahs

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The uprising in Iraq show their anger against the poor economic and social situation in their country

The uprising in Iraq continued for the seventh continuous day on Monday, 7 September. Frustrated people who could not tolerate corruption, poverty, terrorism and hidden occupation of their country by the Iranian regime any more took to streets.

Specifications of the Iraq uprising

This is not the first time Iraqis show their anger against the poor economic and social situation in their country; however, this time things are different. Differences can be summarized as follows:

First: People demand regime change for the first time.

Second: this uprising is totally popular, contrary to the previous ones generated by political partied who had lost their legitimacy amongst the people and it does not depend on the usual political deals in Iraq.

Third: from the beginning, the angry protesters shouted: ” get lost! Iranian regime” and attacked the symbols of the Iranian regime in Iraq including offices of paramilitary groups, Iranian proxy thugs, and also offices of political figures affiliated to the mullahs. They torched Khamenei’s posters in their protests. The two key slogans, “regime change” and “get lost Iranian regime ” side by side show that Iraqis now realize any change in their country would not be within reach without the eviction of the mullahs and their proxies.

This is most alarming for the mullahs witnessing Iraqi demonstrators chanting “Iran, OUT, OUT” and set to the mullahs’ regime’s symbols on fire.

Forth: Khamenei prepared his regime to take advantage of the coming religious ceremony in Iraq spending millions of dollars; however, this uprising backlashed his plans.

Fifth: this uprising occurs in the Capital, Baghdad, and particularly in Southern provinces with Shiite domination. This foils the mullahs’regime’s allegations that Shiites in Iraq are its allies. In Najaf, an important religious city, where mullahs claim to enjoy great influence and support amongst the Iraqis, angry protesters clashed with paramilitary groups associated with the Iranian regime, forcing them to flee.

Mullahs’ fear of MEK’s impact on Iraqi society

Now the mullahs are furious more than ever. Friday prayers’ leaders across the country compare the current uprising in Iraq with the people’s uprising in Iran in early 2018, showing their fear for MEK’s impact on Iraq’s uprising.

Regardless of the mullahs’ accusations, the reality is that the presence of MEK in Iraq for decades has left a deep impact on Iraqi society. Seeds of acknowledgment implanted by MEK in Iraq, are now blooming.

Records show the popular support for the MEK in Iraq in the past three decades, including petitions signed by three million Shiites and five million Shiites and Sunnis both together on two different occasions. Iranians and Iraqis, as well as the people of the region, are suffering from this religious, dictatorial regime and naturally support the resistance against this barbaric regime.

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Lordegan is an Example of What is Ahead in Iran

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Protesters in Lordegan, Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari province, suppressed by the mullahs’ regime’s suppressive forces

Events of the past several days proved again that the mullahs’ regime is sitting on top of a volcano. Protesters in Lordegan, Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari province, although temporarily suppressed by the mullahs’ regime’s suppressive forces, sent a strong message by their demonstration:  regardless of where they live, Iranian people are ready to pour into the streets with anger.

The Iranian regime’s suppressive forces in Lordegan attacked the southern town’s residents protesting against the regime on Saturday and murdered one local, Saadatollah (Gharib) Mousavi. Mr. Mousavi was a resident of Bedelleh, a suburb of Lordegan. His family and residents are to hold memorial services to bury his body this afternoon in Lordegan.

Citizens in other parts of Iran turn up in public places such as parks to support their fellow citizens in Lordegan. Local residents in Isfahan were quick to pledge their support for residents of Chenar Mahmoudi a village near Lordegan. High ranking Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) officials did not see it coming because they seriously miscalculated how much the Iranians hate them.

Iranian regime’s official pointed their blaming finger at the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) for inspiring the demonstrators.

The mullahs are not mistaken in fearing MEK’s popularity among ordinary citizens. Often, defiant youths torch mullahs’ posters in cities across the nation and put up pictures of Iranian Resistance’s Leadership in residential areas.

Only last week, a government-run website Khabar-Fouri (Breaking News) published two pictures of Iranian Resistance’s Leadership in Gisha district of Tehran. Khabar-Fouri wrote:

“People’s Mujahedin (PMOI/MEK) hanged banners of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi in Hakim Highway.”

A quotation from Masoud Rajavi the historical leader of MEK showed under one of the banners:

“Mujahedin’s main argument, in short, is the people’s sovereign right and vote.”

A quotation from Maryam Rajavi showed under a second banner: “We must and we can overthrow the Velayat-e Faqih’s regime (absolute clerical rule).

Since the start of the new school year two weeks ago, hundreds of large posters of Iranian Resistance’s Leadership with calls for uprising and overthrow of the mullahs’ regime have been posted in different cities in Iran. Defiant youths have also torched dozens of symbols and centers of mullahs’ regime in cities across Iran.

In the first few days of this month, the defiant youths torched symbols of mullahs’ regime and posters of Khomeini and Khamenei in different cities in Iran including Tehran, Ahwaz, Orumiyeh, Neyshabur, Amol, Sabzevar, Kuhdasht, Bandar-Abbas, Khoy, and Mahshahr.

Defiant youths posted in public pictures of the Iranian Resistance’s Leadership alongside slogans such as “We must and we should rid ourselves of oppression and injustice”,” We must and we should overthrow the mullahs’ regime”,” Long live Rajavi, down with Khamenei.”

The Iranian people and MEK are ready to do what it takes to free Iran from the mullahs’ regime. It is a matter of time.

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LORDEGAN: A Deep Wound

Lordegan demonstrated against the mullahs’ regime

LORDEGAN: Protestors set ablaze the Governorate and Khamenei’s representative office, IRGC commander blames the MEK for being at the origin

What happened in Lordegan, southern Iran was not an isolated incident. It was one in many such cases occurring in Iran every day.

Yesterday, thousands of residents in Lordegan demonstrated against the mullahs’ regime in support of the residents of Chenar Mahmoudi village in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province. Angry youths set ablaze the office of the representative of the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Lordegan Governor’s Office as well as several other regime’s centers.

The demonstration began outside the Governor’s Office and spread to the Health Department’s local office. The security forces attacked the protesters at both locations. The protesters defended themselves by throwing stones. The suppressive forces fired live rounds and tear gas into the crowd to disperse them, wounding a number of demonstrators.


The protesters were chanting, “Down with the dictator,” “have no fear, we are all together,” “neither Gaza, nor Lebanon, I give my life for Iran,” and “incompetent official, resign, resign.”

The mullahs’ regime dispatched swarms of Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) to stop the protesters. But they were no match for the angry mob.

On October 2, Khamenei told the Revolutionary Guards commanders,

“Continuing the strategic depth is sometimes more imperative than the most important issues facing the country. Some people do not recognize this. Some pay attention and chant neither, Gaza, nor Lebanon to the benefit of the enemy.”

Women played a prominent role in the protests which began on October 2. The protesters broke the windows of the local health department and blocked the road to the village on October 3rd.

Ali Mohammad-Akbari, IRGC commander for Qmar-Banihasheim Brigade assigned to the region blamed the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) for Lordegan’s unrest yesterday.

Mohammad-Akbari told the citizens that MEK was responsible for what had happened. He said:

“Those who had covered their faces with scarfs and directing the people in Lordegan were not locals and had come from elsewhere.”

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), hailed the arisen people and youth in Lordegan.

“With their chants of death to the dictator and attacking the office of the representative of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, they targeted the clerical establishment as the main cause of all the atrocities perpetrated against the Iranian people,” Mrs. Rajavi said, adding, “This corrupt and criminal regime has squandered Iran’s national wealth by pursuing nuclear and missile projects and engaging in foreign warmongering, which has destroyed all aspects of life for the people of Iran, including health and well-being.”

Mrs. Rajavi urged all the youth, especially in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari Province and the neighboring areas to support the protesters and the victims of the inhumane policies of the mullahs’ regime.

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Soona Samsami: Iranian Resistance Is Strong And Capable to Make Change in Iran

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Soona Samsami, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)- US representative, delivering a speech to the New York Conference discussing the future of Iran-September 24, 2019

Soona Samsami, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)– US representative, delivered a speech in a conference in New York on September 24, 2019, discussing the future of Iran.

In the introduction, she discussed the pillars of the unity among those who believe in taking the religious fascism down saying:

“It is indeed a pleasure to join you in this convention, which I hope would result in fruitful steps toward overthrowing the religious dictatorship ruling our country, Iran. For me, my colleagues in US representative office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran which advocate the establishment of democratic, secular, republic in Iran and thousands of freedom-loving Iranians in the United States who work closely with our office in Washington DC is heartwarming that political currents have gathered in this convention today who demand the overthrow of the mullah regime and seek the establishment of a democratic republic based on separation of religion and state. These represent the pillars of our unity.”

History of the struggle for freedom in Iran

Reviewing the background of the Iranians’ resistance against both monarchy and Velayat-e Faqih in Iran Ms. Samsami added:

“Though they might be taken for granted it is worth reminding that the Iranian people and resistance have paid a very heavy price to uphold these values. One hundred and thirteen years ago, the vanguard of the Iranian people rose up to fight against monarchic dictatorship, despite ebbs and flows, this resistance has continued until today. The constitutional revolution was crushed by the despots due to collaboration of the reactionary clerics and foreign powers. The nationalist government of Dr. Mohammad Mussadeq was also overthrown by the corrupt and repressive royal court and the collusion of the reactionary clerics and foreign powers. And the leadership of the 1979 anti-monarchic revolution was stolen by Khomeini and the mullahs. Religious dictatorship replaced monarchic dictatorship. In a nutshell, the Iranian nation has paid a tremendous price for insisting on three issues:

These pillars form the bases of unity among different groups and personalities in this convention. They include those who lost their lives during the constitutional revolution, such freedom lovers as Soor- esrafil, to Malek Mutokalemin who were martyred by Mohammadali Shah henchmen to those who murdered by Reza Khan to the martyrs of July 21st 1952 to the Mujahedin and Fedaeen who were executed or tortured to death by the Shah’s regime. Yes, 120,000 martyrs for freedom are backing up these principals, join by thousands of Iranians in exile in the US and Europe who are working round the clock as the bases of support for the resistance units inside Iran as they carry forward the major campaign to overthrow the regime.”

Activities of NCRI- US office

Highlighting the activities of the Washington office of NCRI Ms. Samsami said:

“Indeed these words are written with blood and they must be replenished and elevate by ending more suffering and making a greater sacrifice. At this point, please allow me to briefly touch upon the activities of the Washington office of NCRI and Iranian living in the US who have played an irreplaceable role in contributing to the adoption of firm policy vis-a-vis the ruling regime in Iran. Iranians have played an active role in the political life of this country and impacting the US policy against the regime. Where it not for the role played by these Iranians all these years, the policy of appeasement would have no doubt inflicted greater damage on the Iranian people and their resistance. Similarly, in the new year, these very Iranians have played an active role in the formation of a firm policy against the regime. The NCRI Washington office is proud to have organized and directed these major campaigns. It was the NCRIUS which first called the designation of IRGC as a foreign terrorist organization and backed it up with facts and documents we called for sanctioning the office of the Supreme Leader and presented evidence of Khamenei’s involvement in all major terror operations.”

She added: “We called for the designation of Javad Zarif, the regime’s foreign minister, and published a book named: Iran’s Emissaries of Terror which showed a trend about the Iranian regime foreign ministry in conducting terrorism abroad and how its embassies around Europe have been involved major terror operations and plots abroad, including the murder of two successive leaders of Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran as well as the assassination of our NCRI representatives in Rome, Geneva, Istanbul, and other countries.”

Role of the Iranian resistance in making firm policy on Iran in the US

The representative of NCRI in the US then shed the light on the crucial activities of NCRI US office impacting policy on Iran in Washington and said:

“In addition, to dozens of rallies, demonstrations, and sittings our compatriots succeeded in confronting the regime’s demonization campaigns and defend democracy and popular sovereignty. One of the greatest achievements of the Iranians and supporters of the NCRI-US representative office is to secure the bipartisan support of a vast majority of lawmakers and distinguished political leaders in the US which has been polarized as never before.

As many US political leaders have emphasized the issue of Iran and the Iranian resistance is one of the very few issues about which both Democrats and Republicans share the same view. The NCRI-US office has also played a major role in exposing the regime’s crimes and terrorism inside and outside of Iran. It was our office that first exposed the nuclear sites in Natanz and Arak in 2002 which triggered the inspection of the Iranian nuclear sites by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).  We also had nearly 100 nuclear and missile revelations about the Iranian regime. These revelations played an important role in getting six UN Security Council resolutions against the Iranian regime. We have published nearly two dozen books just in the past five years in the US about the rogue behavior of the Iranian regime abroad and its repression inside the country, Iran. We have had dozens of conferences, seminars, political panels, and discussions as well as cultural events to show the world the sharp distinction between the Iranian regime and the people of Iran. We have shown the world that there is a viable alternative to the repressive rulers of Iran. All the world needs to do is to recognize the right of Iranian people to unseat the repressive rulers and stop providing aids to the Iranian regime.”

Days of mullahs are numbered

Ms. Samsami, in conclusion, reminded the responsibility of Iranians abroad saying:

“In closing, I want to emphasize that we all have very serious responsibilities to fulfilled the desire of the Iranian people and that we are more hopeful than ever that the days of mullahs are numbered.

I am glad to say that Iranian resistance has never been this strong and capable to make a change in Iran. Let’s continue our path hand in hand to achieve a goal of a free Iran.”

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Youths Torch Symbols of Mullahs’ Regime in Different Cities

On the 39th anniversary of 27 September 1981, rebellious youths in Iran torched poster of mullahs’ regime’s founder and current Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei as well as Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and Bassij forces’ bases across the county over the weekend.

The youths also posted pictures of the Iranian Resistance’s Leadership on walls and overpasses of different cities and signs with anti-government slogans such as Down with  Khamenei, Long live freedom and Democracy and Freedom with Maryam Rajavi.  These activities were carried out in cities such as Tehran, Tabriz, Shahr-e-Rey, Mashhad, Shiraz, Kermanshah, Orumiyeh, Ilam, Zahedan, Khoy, Ramsar, Omidiyeh, Chaboksar.

On September 27, 1981, the youths, supporters of the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) demonstrated chanting “Down with Khomeini” for the first time in central Tehran since 1979. Members of the IRGC opened fire to the crowd killing hundreds and arresting many more. The detainees were executed on the same day or the days that followed. The MEK has published names of 1142 fallen martyrs of the September 27th.

After that fateful day, a new chapter opened in Iran’s history. One that was marked by a people standing to a back warded regime that was trying to impose its will on a proud nation. The Iranian Resistance leader Masoud Rajavi tried very hard to stop violence and bloodshed from happing in Iran in two years prior to June 20th, 1981. A day that the IRGC opened fire indiscriminately on 500000 unarmed demonstrators which turned up on MEK’s call filling the streets of downtown Tehran in the afternoon.

Khomeini’s mind was set on ruling with the idea of Velayat-e Faqih (absolute rule of clerics). Such thinking left no room for democracy and freedom. Rajavi highlighted the importance of individual freedoms and presented the Iranian people with an alternative to an obsolete doctrine represented by the mullahs. Therefore, September 27 marked the first attempt by the MEK to show the people that Khomeini’s regime has no tolerance for dialog and must go. Khomeini, Khamenei and their likes responded with an iron fist and filled the prisons with freedom fighters. Thousands were executed and they showed no mercy even to underage children or pregnant women.

MEK had no chose but to resist and stand up for its people, and they did. It took the rest of the world some four decades to realize the true nature of the mullahs’ regime. A wake-up call came in 2016 when Mrs. Maryam Rajavi President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) started the Justice Movement campaign for fallen heroes of the 1988 massacre of a political prisoner in Iran. Later that year Grant Ayatollah Hossein-Ali Montazeri’s son released an audiotape of his late father speaking to a four-member “Death Commission” tasked by Khomeini to cleans 30000 political prisoners. Then many human rights organizations reacted. Amnesty International as the most prominent human rights organization took the lead in publishing a number of eye-opening reports on the gruesome 1988 massacre. Finally, the curtains were dropped on curtly of the mullahs’ regime. It is by no means the end of the road. According to Amnesty, 1988 events, amount to a crime against humanity and therefore does not expire and all perpetrators must stand trial before an international criminal court. Khamenei and his cronies have no escape from justice. It is only a matter of time.

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The Iranian regime Supreme leader speaking to the oppressive IRGC commanders- October 2, 2019

Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei spoke at the annual meeting of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commanders. Khamenei tried hard to galvanize the top commanders by giving them false hopes. Khamenei knows full well the deep economic crisis the country is facing. But in his speech he tried to put the blame on others and said, referring to actual problems the ordinary citizens have:

“If they [Hassan Rouhani’s faction] look inward, strong and rational…it will have a positive impact on people’s lives.” It seems that he had forgotten that only a few years ago he recommended that his regime follow a strategy called “heroic flexibility”

to address the country’s economic problems. What Khamenei refuses to say is that his regime is on the verge of collapse.

The mullahs’ supreme leader spoke of the same deadly force responsible for many carnages not only in the Middle East but throughout the world. In the late 80s, Mohsen Rafighqdoost, then minister of IRGC admitted that the regime was responsible for booming the U.S. servicemen barracks in 1983 in Lebanon leaving hundreds dead and many more wounded.

“The U.S. has had a feeling of our power and knows the explosives mixed with that ideology that sent 400 officers and soldiers to Hell. Both the TNT and ideology came from Iran. This is very much obvious for the U.S.,” Rafighdoost said on July 21, 1987, referring to the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marines’ barracks in Beirut.

In 1996 IRGC struck again, this time at Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia, leaving 19 U.S. air force personal dead.

More recently again the devastating attack on Saudi Arabia but this time on ARAMCO oil installations which disrupted the world’s oil supply by five million barrels for a few days. IRGC tried to pin the attack on its proxies, the Houthis in Yemen, but it did not work. The National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) revelations proved that the job was an operation no proxy group could accomplish. The information came from Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) sources within the regime. MEK is the main force inside NCRI.

Khamenei admired the deadly role the IRGC proxies such as the Houthis in Yemen and the Lebanese Hezbollah accomplish as the brilliant work of the resistance axes. But no one doubts that these proxies operate under the terrorist Quds Force watch and have no independent identity.

Khamenei also referred to Khatam al-Anbiya garrison as a harmless construction company with expansive charity work for helping people hiding its evil and warmongering nature.

A few days after the IRGC air force’s missile and drone unit carried out the attack on September 14, 2019, the operational commanders reported in detail to IRGC Major General Gholam-Ali Rashid, commander of the central headquarters Khatam al-Anbiya.

According to the information coming from the MEK: “After Khamenei’s initial approval of this operation, detailed planning began and the SNSC referred the plan to Khamenei for final approval. Khamenei ordered IRGC Major General Rashid and Brigadier General Hajizadeh to begin the operational implementation of the plan.”

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West Should Support MEK Amid Rising Tensions With Iran

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Thousands of MEK supporters rally in New York, condemning the Iranian regime’s president’s presence at the United Nations General Assembly. September 24, 2019

Over the past two years, tensions have risen significantly between Iran and the international community, given the Iranian regime’s malign behavior and spread of terrorism in the region, the advancement of its ICBM, and the gross violations of human rights inside Iran.

Now, many are recommending that the US and the EU start to recognize the Iranian people’s democratic resistance, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK), as the true representatives of the Iranian people.

The US has taken major steps against the Regime, including pulling out of the malign nuclear deal, but Europe has continued to try and preserve the deal in order to keep trading with Iran, but this shelters the Regime. The US has also decided to designate the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and its commanders as terrorists while levying massive sanctions against Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei and minister of foreign affairs Javad Zarif. However, neither the US or the EU have officially recognized the MEK as they should do, because the MEK will overthrow the Regime and bring peace to the world.

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Not only would supporting the MEK be good for the world, but also for the Iranian people, who are in favor of the MEK. After all, the nationwide uprising in 2017 and 2018 was led by the MEK. How could the MEK have led protests if they weren’t popular? Not to mention that MEK-inspired youths have been torching pro-regime symbols.

These protests, between September 22 and 27, also occurred on the anniversary of the 1981 protests, when MEK members burned large posters of then-Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini.

The Regime knows this, of course, which is why they spend so much time trying to eradicate the MEK. In 2018 alone, the Regime attempted to carry out two terror plots against the MEK; one in Paris, where the MEK held their annual gathering, and one in Albania, at the MEK headquarters.

The MEK is the main alternative for regime change in Iran and has a strong network of resistance units inside the country. The MEK has been recognized by Ilir Meta, the President of Albania, and has long been a great source of vital intelligence on the Regime for the West.

The EU and the US must recognize the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) as the viable alternative to the ruling dictatorship if they want to side with the Iranian people and in order to preserve peace in the region.

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Iran Sees MEK Protests on Anniversary of 1981 Uprising

MEK supporters arrested by Iranian regime repressive forces during demonstration

MEK members and supporters arrested violently by IRGC and Basiji thugs during a widespread demonstration in major cities on September 27, 1981.

The Iranian Regime is at the center of recent tensions in the Middle East, following its attack on Saudi oil facilities and recent anti-regime demonstrations by its own citizens.

Similar to the anti-regime protests in September 27, 1981, where defiant youths torched large posters of regime founder and then-Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini, this round of protests over the period September 22-29 featured protesters setting fire to images of current Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, as well as a number of Revolutionary Guard and Bassij bases in different cities across Iran.

Last week, yet more anti-regime activists plastered signs across Iran, bearing the slogans ‘Down with Khamenei’, ‘Long live freedom and Democracy’ and ‘Freedom with Maryam Rajavi‘, in reference to the leader of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), an organization trying to overthrow the mullahs. These people are protesting in spite of Iran’s brutal suppression of dissent and freedom of speech; they have been driven to the edge.

The 1981 demonstrations, also led by MEK members, featured crowds of young people in central Tehran chanting “Death to Khomeini” for the first time since the mullahs stole power from the people in the 1979 revolution to overthrow the Shah, who is also despised by most Iranians.

Khomeini’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) opened fire on the crowd and killed hundreds, before arresting many more. The detainees were executed later that day, without a fair trial.

The Iranian Revolution began in 1978, when at least five protestors, but more likely 70, were killed by security forces in the city of Qom. The ruling Shah then used increasing violence against the Iranian people, which resulted in the ‘Black Friday’ killing of 100 protestors by security officials on September 8, 1978. At this point, many leaders of the MEK were also executed.

Since that time, Iran’s relationship with the West has been a strained one and right now, tensions are probably the highest they’ve even been after Iran was accused by the US, France, the UK, and Germany of destroying two oil plants in Saudi Arabia

At the same time, Saudi Arabia’s minister of state for foreign affairs said that all options, including a military response, are on the table.

Staff Writer

 

 

 

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