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Zeynab Molaei Rad, who works for the Education Ministry and teaches at Fatemieh Conservatory, was summoned to the Intelligence Police station in Izeh city on Saturday, January 21, 2023, and was told that she couldn't go to work until further notice. Without explanation, the Izeh Intelligence Police authorities barred her from teaching classes.

Kian Pirfalak’s mother, Zeynab Molaei Rad, unfairly suspended from her job

Zeynab Molaei Rad, who works for the Education Ministry and teaches at Fatemieh Conservatory, was summoned to the Intelligence Police station in Izeh city on Saturday, January 21, 2023, and was told that she couldn't go to work until further notice. Without explanation, the Izeh Intelligence Police authorities barred her from teaching classes.

Zeynab Molaei Rad, who works for the Education Ministry and teaches at Fatemieh Conservatory, was summoned to the Intelligence Police station in Izeh city on Saturday, January 21, 2023, and was told that she couldn’t go to work until further notice. Without explanation, the Izeh Intelligence Police authorities barred her from teaching classes.

 

 

Zeynab Molaei Rad did not receive a violation notice, and her job suspension was communicated to her verbally. The security personnel acted harshly and disrespectfully. Despite her request, they refused to provide Ms. Molaei Rad with a written letter.

The Iranian regime’s security forces killed Kian Pirfalak, Zeynab Molaei Rad’s son, and seriously injured his father by opening fire on their car on the evening of November 16, 2022, in the city of Izeh. Security forces also killed seven other people in Izeh that night. Kian’s father, Maysam Pirfalak, is now unable to walk or stand, and the family is preoccupied with his hospital treatment.

 

The Iranian regime's security forces killed Kian Pirfalak, Zeynab Molaei Rad’s son, and seriously injured his father by opening fire on their car on the evening of November 16, 2022, in the city of Izeh.

The Iranian regime’s security forces killed Kian Pirfalak, Zeynab Molaei Rad’s son, and seriously injured his father by opening fire on their car on the evening of November 16, 2022, in the city of Izeh.

 

Officials from the clerical regime attempted to blame terrorists for the deaths of Kian and several other Izeh residents. However, Zeynab Molaei Rad emphasized during her son’s funeral ceremony in front of thousands of people and security forces that the government’s claim about the terrorist attack was a lie, and the security forces themselves shot at the family’s car.

 

 

On the other hand, Kian’s uncle, Sajjad Pirfalak, stated in an interview with Etemad newspaper that the truth is what Kian’s mother said in front of thousands of people.

 

 

 


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The judiciary of the mullahs' regime continues to file cases and issue prison sentences, as well as inhumane punishments, to protestors in the widespread demonstrations.

Iran’s judiciary continues to use harsh punishments against women protesters

The judiciary of the mullahs' regime continues to file cases and issue prison sentences, as well as inhumane punishments, to protestors in the widespread demonstrations.

The judiciary of the mullahs’ regime continues to file cases and issue prison sentences, as well as inhumane punishments, to protestors in the widespread demonstrations.

 

Tahereh Bejervani

Tahereh Bejervani, the widow of Ali Fotouhi, who was shot and killed by security forces during the November 2019 uprising, was arrested on December 21, 2022, at her workplace in the Tehran suburb of Shahrak-e Qods.

Tahereh Bejervani’s detention has been extended for another month due to her refusal to submit to interrogation and make forced confessions.

Tahereh Bejervani called her family on January 1 to inform them that she was being held in Evin Prison’s Ward 209 at the time. She claimed she had only been interrogated once during her detention. According to social media reports, security forces pressed Ms. Bejervani to accept fabricated charges.

 

Niloufar Mohandes

Niloufar Mohandes

 

Niloufar Mohandes 

Niloufar Mohandes, 17, was arrested during a protest by detained protesters’ families outside Karaj’s Gohardasht Prison and taken to an unknown location.

Families of prisoners and a large number of young people gathered outside Gohardasht Prison in the early hours of January 12 to prevent the execution of detained protesters Mohammad Ghobadlou and Mohammad Broghani. They chanted slogans until dawn, demanding that his execution be halted.

Niloufar Mohandes was arrested after protesting the executions of Mohammad Ghobadlou and Mohammad Broghani outside Gohardasht Prison. So far, no institution has accepted responsibility for her arrest and subsequent response to her family.

 

Mahboubeh Mousavi

Mahboubeh Mousavi

 

Mahboubeh Mousavi

On December 11, 2022, during nationwide protests, Mousavi, from Ahvaz, was shot by police. Mahboubeh Mousavi was last seen in an apartment after being shot and has since gone missing.

 

Mahsa Salehi

Mahsa Salehi

 

Mahsa Salehi

Mahsa Salehi, 17, was arrested on January 8 in Freedom Square for assisting arrested protesters in escaping from a police van during the nationwide protests. She was taken to Evin Prison, where security guards broke her nose and left hand in an attempt to force her to confess. Mahsa Salehi is said to be in poor physical condition, and her wounds have become infected. She is not permitted to have visitors.

 

 


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Iran Nationwide Uprising – Day 134

On Friday, January 27, the 134th day of the nationwide uprising, thousands of Zahedan residents once again staged widespread demonstrations after Friday prayers, despite the unprecedented suppressive measures.

On Friday, January 27, the 134th day of the nationwide uprising, thousands of Zahedan residents once again staged widespread demonstrations after Friday prayers, despite the unprecedented suppressive measures.

 

Demonstrators chanted, “Death to Khamenei, damn with Khomeini,” “Death to the Supreme Leader after many long years of crimes,” “Death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or the Leader (Khamenei),” “Shame on Khamenei, let go of the country,” “We are hungry, Khamenei is a criminal,” “Poverty, corruption, high prices, onward to overthrow,” and “Death to the informant, death to Basiji, death to IRGC.”

The demonstrators carried placards that read, “No to the dictatorship of Shah or clergy, yes to the Democratic Republic,” “Baluchistan, in all ups and downs, is the land of thousands of warriors” and “We want Democracy and Equality.”

 

 

The suppressive forces surrounded Makki Mosque and the special motorized units attacked the demonstrators and arrested a number of them. Since yesterday, the IRGC intensified security in Zahedan more than ever by establishing checkpoints at the entrances to the city and throughout the urban area in order to prevent demonstrations.

In the meantime, people in Rask staged demonstrations and chanted “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to Basiji.” In the city of Galikesh in Golestan province, fellow Sunnis staged a protest gathering against the house arrest of Molavi Mohammad Hossein Gorgij, the Friday prayer leader of Azad Shahr.

 

In Izeh, the ceremony of the 40th day of martyrdom Hossein Saeedi and Mahmoud Ahmadi were held today and yesterday consecutively. Large crowds attending the ceremonies chanted “Death to Khamenei,” “From Zahedan to Izeh, our homeland is bleeding,” “Mahmoud Ahmadi, a Bakhtiari (local ethnic) warrior” and “Hussein Saidi, a Bakhtiari warrior.” They were killed on December 20, 2022, in an attack on their residence, but the regime refused to hand over their bodies to their families in fear of people’s protests.

Last night, in the Parand neighborhood of Tehran, the slogans of “Death to the dictator” echoed from the buildings during a power outage. In Ahvaz, the defiant youths set fire to a Basij base. In Naqadeh, the youths attacked the place of one of the regime’s agents using Molotov cocktails.

 


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Armita Abbasi was arrested in early October during nationwide protests. She was severely tortured for a week and gang-raped numerous times during her detention and before being transferred to Fardis Prison in Karaj.

Detained protester Armita Abbasi victim of torture

Armita Abbasi was arrested in early October during nationwide protests. She was severely tortured for a week and gang-raped numerous times during her detention and before being transferred to Fardis Prison in Karaj.

Armita Abbasi was arrested in early October during nationwide protests. She was severely tortured for a week and gang-raped numerous times during her detention and before being transferred to Fardis Prison in Karaj.

 

One of the lawyers for detained protester Armita Abbasi, Mohammad Esmailbeigi, recently announced in a tweet: “Given our request for a face-to-face meeting, which has not been responded to until this moment, and the lack of time that makes it impossible to adequately defend our client, Ms. Sonia Mohammadi and I declare our resignation from the defense of Ms. Armita Abbasi.”

“Until this moment, I, as Armita’s father, do not know about her charges; her lawyer was not accepted, and they did not agree to release her on bail,” Armita’s father wrote in his diary on Instagram. “How can I provide a fair defense for my dear daughter with all of these deprivations and lack of knowledge?”

When Armita Abbasi was taken to Imam Ali Hospital in Karaj while shaking and bleeding, her name was leaked to social media for the first time. The doctors and medical staff initially thought she had cancer, but after an examination, it was discovered that she had been raped numerous times. She’d shaved her head and was bleeding from the rectum. She was scared. The plainclothes agents accompanying her insisted that the doctors report the rape as having occurred prior to her arrest.

 

"Until this moment, I, as Armita's father, do not know about her charges; her lawyer was not accepted, and they did not agree to release her on bail," Armita's father wrote in his diary on Instagram.

“Until this moment, I, as Armita’s father, do not know about her charges; her lawyer was not accepted, and they did not agree to release her on bail,” Armita’s father wrote in his diary on Instagram.

 

Security agents kidnapped and abducted her before her family could reach the hospital. Armita Abbasi is currently being held in Karaj’s Fardis prison. According to news from this prison,  On January 2, these 15 women began a hunger strike in protest of the beatings and prolongation of their detention, as well as the failure of the judiciary to determine their status. Fardis prison authorities revoked the strikers’ right to call and visit in retaliation.

 

 

Armita Abbasi is currently being held in Karaj's Fardis prison. According to news from this prison, Armita and her fellow inmates were severely beaten in response to their protest against the prison's filthy conditions.

Armita Abbasi is currently being held in Karaj’s Fardis prison. According to news from this prison, Armita and her fellow inmates were severely beaten in response to their protest against the prison’s filthy conditions.

 

With the resignation of her defense lawyers, detained protester Armita Abbasi’s life is now in jeopardy because the court will be held without the presence of a lawyer.

 


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The MEK's growing influence in the recent uprisings has been publicly warned by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Michael Rubin’s MEK-bashing benefits Iran’s oppressive regime

In a Townhall commentary published on January 24, Ali Safavi of the NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee rebutted Michael Rubin's latest diatribe against the Iranian Resistance, his fourth in less than a month.

In a Townhall commentary published on January 24, Ali Safavi of the NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee rebutted Michael Rubin’s latest diatribe against the Iranian Resistance, his fourth in less than a month.

 

 

Safavi highlights Rubin’s shady past, including two trips to Iran in the 1990s and ties to an Iraqi double agent, Ahmed Chalabi, and debunks his ridiculous portrayal of the MEK as a cult. Rubin’s “superfluous demand that MEK members must prove to him that they have disagreements with its leadership are not only childish tantrums but mirror the demands of regime interrogators and torturers in the “death commissions”. “In the context of American history, that’s like calling Continental Army officers atop Brooklyn Heights ‘cult’ members unless they can show that they wrote letters of protest to George Washington during the 1776 New York campaign!” Safavi wrote.

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Dr. Ayda Rostami was a dedicated doctor who secretly treated injured protesters at their homes. On the night of December 12, the regime's security services identified, abducted, and tortured her.

Iran: Security forces suppress memorial for tortured and murdered doctor Ayda Rostami

Dr. Ayda Rostami was a dedicated doctor who secretly treated injured protesters at their homes. On the night of December 12, the regime's security services identified, abducted, and tortured her.

Dr. Ayda Rostami was a dedicated doctor who secretly treated injured protesters at their homes. On the night of December 12, the regime’s security services identified, abducted, and tortured her.

 

The 40-day memorial for Dr. Ayda Rostami was attended by the people of Gorgan despite a brutal assault by security and agents in plainclothes. People gathered in Gorgan’s Imamzadeh Abdullah cemetery on Friday, January 20, 2023. However, the repressive forces of the clerical regime attacked and brutalized them, arresting several participants. In this way, they were able to avert Dr. Ayda Rostami’s memorial service. Her brother was among those arrested in the cemetery, according to social media reports.

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National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

Advocating for Iranian women’s rights: The NCRI Women’s Committee

National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

 

The committee is one of 25 committees of the NCRI and is a major source of information about the plight of women in Iran. The NCRI Women’s Committee is actively involved with many women’s rights organizations, NGOs, and the Iranian diaspora. They attend meetings of the UN Women, the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), the Human Rights Council, and other international or regional conferences on women’s issues. They also engage in a relentless battle against the Iranian regime’s misogyny.

 

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Merchants and shopkeepers went on strike in Sanandaj, Saqqez, Bukan, Kermanshah, and Abdanan to commemorate the downing of the PS752. People took to the streets in Najafabad, Isfahan Province, to protest the regime, chanting, "For every person killed, another thousand will rise."

Iran protests mark 125th day, third anniversary of PS752 downing

Merchants and shopkeepers went on strike in Sanandaj, Saqqez, Bukan, Kermanshah, and Abdanan to commemorate the downing of the PS752. People took to the streets in Najafabad, Isfahan Province, to protest the regime, chanting, "For every person killed, another thousand will rise."

Merchants and shopkeepers went on strike in Sanandaj, Saqqez, Bukan, Kermanshah, and Abdanan to commemorate the downing of the PS752. People took to the streets in Najafabad, Isfahan Province, to protest the regime, chanting, “For every person killed, another thousand will rise.”

 

Protesters marked the 125th day of widespread uprising in Iran, as well as the third anniversary of the downing of a Ukrainian passenger plane (PS752) by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). Protests were held in a number of locations. Protests have spread to 282 cities, according to the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK). Over 750 people have been killed by the regime, tens of thousands have been injured, and over 30,000 have been detained. The MEK has released the names of 627 protesters who were killed.

In Karaj, courageous women demonstrated against the regime, chanting, “So many years of crimes, death to this regime.” Students from Ahvaz and Tabriz held memorial services for the victims of the PS752 flight in Tehran. People demonstrated in Bandar-e Anzali, Gilan Province. “For every person killed, another thousand will rise,” they chanted. In Ahvaz, defiant youths set fire to a placard of Qasem Soleimani at dawn. In addition, youths attacked a regime’s Basij base in Qom yesterday.

 

On January 8, 2020, the regime's air defenses shot down the Ukrainian Boeing shortly after takeoff from Tehran. All 176 passengers, including 29 children, were killed. The victims were mostly from Ukraine and Iran, but they also came from Canada, Afghanistan, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.

On January 8, 2020, the regime’s air defenses shot down the Ukrainian Boeing shortly after takeoff from Tehran. All 176 passengers, including 29 children, were killed. The victims were mostly from Ukraine and Iran, but they also came from Canada, Afghanistan, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.

 

 

For three days, the regime kept the truth hidden and blamed the plane’s downing on a technical flaw. The IRGC also cleared the plane crash site and did not return the victims’ belongings to their families.

Finally, on January 11, 2020, the regime’s General Staff of the Armed Forces issued a statement saying that “the targeting of this passenger plane was a human error” in response to international pressure and three days of speculation and conflicting news.

 

Many Canadian officials and victims' families have rejected the regime's investigation, blamed regime officials for the crime, and declared them the primary perpetrators in this case.

Many Canadian officials and victims’ families have rejected the regime’s investigation, blamed regime officials for the crime, and declared them the primary perpetrators in this case.

 

On the 16th and 17th of December, in solidarity with the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising, supporters of the MEK and the Resistance held rallies in Stockholm, Hamburg, The Hague, Washington, Cologne, Oslo, Toronto, Berlin, Gothenburg, Vienna, Paris, Rome, London, Vancouver, Heidelberg, and Sydney.

 

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), stated: “Commemorating the 176 innocent souls who lost their lives in the tragic downing of a Ukrainian airliner by Khamenei’s ruthless IRGC in January 2020. I salute the people of Iran who rose up and expressed their fury over this heinous crime.”

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), stated: “Commemorating the 176 innocent souls who lost their lives in the tragic downing of a Ukrainian airliner by Khamenei’s ruthless IRGC in January 2020. I salute the people of Iran who rose up and expressed their fury over this heinous crime.”

 


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On Tuesday, Iran's nationwide uprising reached its 124th day, following a day of unrest and protests sparked by the regime's inability and incompetence in supplying cooking and heating gas to the country.

Iran: Protests across the nation in response to the gas shortage crisis

On Tuesday, Iran's nationwide uprising reached its 124th day, following a day of unrest and protests sparked by the regime's inability and incompetence in supplying cooking and heating gas to the country.

On Tuesday, Iran’s nationwide uprising reached its 124th day, following a day of unrest and protests sparked by the regime’s inability and incompetence in supplying cooking and heating gas to the country.

 

Despite having the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves and fourth-largest crude oil reserves, the Iranian people are experiencing severe gas shortages. Protests in Iran have now spread to at least 282 cities. According to sources from the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000.People protested the ongoing gas shortage outside the local governor’s office in Torbat-e-Jam, Razavi Khorasan Province, northeast Iran, on Monday morning. Long lines have formed in this city, as in many others across the country, to purchase kerosene.

People were also seen congregating outside a nearby Red Crescent branch in search of electric and kerosene heaters. There have also been reports of regime authorities dispatching numerous security units into the streets to prevent any potential anti-regime protests as local anger grows.

 

 

Protesters grew in number after dark outside the governor’s office and the regime’s Red Crescent branch. Protesters in the area began chanting anti-regime slogans such as “Death to Khamenei!” Authorities responded by deploying additional security personnel and even opening fire on the protesters.

Official employees of the Aghajari oil and gas company protested on Tuesday morning, demanding better pay based on the regime’s own laws, an end to additional taxes on their pay checks, an increase in pay, and retirement pensions. As of the publication of this report, at least 11 such protest rallies had been reported, with workers at the Sarkhas oil and gas sites in Abadan, southwest Iran, going on strike today.

Local farmers in Isfahan began protesting against the regime’s corrupt policies on Tuesday, demanding answers to dilemmas raised for years but left unanswered.

 

 

On Monday, retirees and pensioners from the regime’s Social Security Organization gathered in Shush, Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, to protest low pensions and poor economic conditions.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), praised the brave people of Torbat-e-Jam and Taybad while condemning the mullahs’ regime for not only refusing to provide for the people’s basic necessities but also imposing a harsh crackdown on those demanding what any state should provide.

“Angry residents of Torbat-e Jam and Taybad attacked the Governor’s Office and other government buildings to protest a lack of gas and heating resources,” she continued. “27 of Iran’s provinces are experiencing sub-zero temperatures, even -20 degrees C. However, the corrupt regime is unconcerned about providing people with basic heating facilities. The only solution is an Iranian revolution to depose the mullahs and establish a free Iran and people’s sovereignty.”

 

 

 

 


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Iran Regime’s FM Uses Global Summit for False Promises of Cooperation

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On Friday, January 6, The Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, took part in the Voice of Global South Summit. While the regime races toward acquiring a nuclear bomb, Amir-Abdollahian claims the opposite, trying to play the victim.  Amir-Abdollahian used the occasion to portray the regime as an innocent party in a number of international conflicts and to insist that the Iranian regime is prepared to resolve those conflicts peacefully.  

This narrative has been contradicted from several angles, with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issuing quarterly reports that criticize the Iranian regime’s longstanding refusal to provide complete and credible explanations for the origin of nuclear traces found at three undisclosed sites inside the country. That persistent gap in knowledge has been made worse since the 2015 agreement, or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was placed on hold, with Tehran systematically scaling and ultimately halting inspectors’ access to surveillance footage and relevant data even from declared sites. 

The US and its three European partners (E3) began speculating about the prospective re-implementation of the JCPOA more than a year ago. Early in 2022, it was reported that a draft agreement was already on the table, awaiting only Tehran’s approval and the ironing out of technical details. Yet the unofficial deadline for re-implementation continued to be pushed back as Tehran drew out the process, explicitly demanding revisions to the draft that EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell had publicly described as being in its final form.

 

 

Indeed, the nuclear agreement that Amir-Abdollahian alluded to was designed to suspend sanctions that had been imposed on the regime by the European Union and the United Nations in exchange for comparatively modest limits on the regime’s nuclear activity. Since the American withdrawal from that agreement, only US sanctions have been re-imposed, but this unilateralism is not the norm. 

Over just the past four months, the EU has imposed three new packages of sanctions on the regime over human rights violations related to an ongoing anti-government uprising in Iran. Multiple member states are currently pushing for a fourth, while the EU has also begun enforcing sanctions related to Tehran’s support of the Russian war on Ukraine. Somewhat ridiculously, Amir-Abdollahian also referenced that conflict in order to proclaim Tehran’s readiness to help realize a peaceful resolution, despite the fact that Iranian-supplied drones have lately been a key feature of Russia’s war of aggression and war crimes against Ukrainian civilians. 

Facing a restive society and seeing their downfall on the horizon, the mullahs ruling Iran have stepped-up their warmongering policies, such as the export of terrorism or pursuing the development of nuclear weapons. 

 

 

The Iranian regime’s claims of seeking diplomatic relations is a worn-out method to buy more time for Tehran, as the ruling theocracy faces a nationwide uprising and a domestic existential crisis. The world powers should note that Tehran’s diplomacy goes hand in hand with terrorism. The incarceration of Assadollah Assadi, a terrorist diplomat tasked with bombing the Iranian opposition’s rally in 2018 in Paris, France. Assadi was running a network of terrorism and espionage across Europe while officially staying in the green continent as the “Third counselor of Iran’s embassy in Vienna.” 

Instead of falling for the regime’s claims of diplomacy, Western powers should indeed increase pressure on Tehran and force it to abandon its adventurism. They should also support the Iranian people’s right to self-determination, as Iranians have shown their desire for freedom and democracy by continuing their uprising for five months despite the regime’s heavy crackdown.

 

 

 


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