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Iran is witnessing escalating protests against the corrupt rule of the regime, with people from different walks of life taking to the streets in demonstrations.

People from all walks of life join anti-regime protests in Iran

Iran is witnessing escalating protests against the corrupt rule of the regime, with people from different walks of life taking to the streets in demonstrations.

Iran is witnessing escalating protests against the corrupt rule of the regime, with people from different walks of life taking to the streets in demonstrations.

 

According to sources from the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the protests have spread to at least 282 cities, with over 750 people killed and more than 30,000 arrested by the regime’s forces. The names of 647 killed protesters have been published by the MEK.

Farmers in Isfahan, steelworkers in Ahvaz, and families of locals arrested in Abdanan in Ilam Province have all recently taken part in major anti-regime protests. In Tehran, members of MEK Resistance Units projected an image of Iranian Resistance Leader Massoud Rajavi and NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi.

 

 

In Isfahan, farmers are continuing their protests over the drying of the Zayandehrud River, which has left their lands and crops devastated due to the regime’s corrupt policies. Meanwhile, women in Khash in Sistan & Baluchestan Province are protesting the arrest of local religious leaders by the regime’s security forces.

Retirees and pensioners of the telecommunications industry in Khuzestan Province rallied in Ahvaz, continuing previous protests held in other cities across Iran over their low pensions and poor economic conditions. Early Monday morning, protesters in Tehran and other cities were seen torching pro-regime propaganda billboards and posters, while investors in the state-owned Kerman Motor Company rallied outside the regime’s Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade demanding answers and the return of their stolen money.

 

 

Anti-regime slogans such as “Death to the dictator!” were heard on Sunday night in various districts of Tehran, while in Abdanan in Ilam Province, families of detained protesters took to the streets demanding their release. Students of Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran held a gathering in support of a prisoner on hunger strike and to protest prison sentences issued by the regime’s judiciary. Contract workers of green areas in East Azerbaijan Province rallied in Tabriz over constant power outages. In Ahvaz, workers of the Kavian Steel Company went on strike, demanding official working contracts and better pay.

 

Maryam Rajavi slammed the mullahs’ regime for failing to provide aid to the people of Khoy following the January 28th earthquake, which left thousands of people in desperate conditions, especially given the bitter winter cold.

“The death of a mother and son in Khoy due to cold and the gas poisoning of over 100 earthquake-hit residents are heartbreaking. Shame on the mullahs’ predatory regime that has abandoned our fellow citizens and continues to steal public aid. The only solution is Iran revolution,” the NCRI President-elect emphasized.

 

 

 

 

 


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Despite the regime's heavy crackdown, Iran's nationwide uprising continues in a more defiant, radical, and daring manner.

Infighting worsens in Iran’s clerical regime as protests continue across the nation

Despite the regime's heavy crackdown, Iran's nationwide uprising continues in a more defiant, radical, and daring manner.

Despite the regime’s heavy crackdown, Iran’s nationwide uprising continues in a more defiant, radical, and daring manner. 

 

 

Religious congregations and burial ceremonies devolve into anti-regime protests, and state security is rendered helpless to identify, let alone apprehend, the brave youth tarnishing the images, symbols, and statues of the regime’s icon across the country. Fear is dissipating, and hope is growing.

Following its failure to contain the situation, the clerical regime’s infighting has worsened. The Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, thought he could consolidate power in his regime by installing his men in the Majlis (Parliament) and selecting Ebrahim Raisi as president.

When Raisi presented his budget bill to parliament last week, he boasted about his government’s accomplishments. A few days later, on January 31, Khamenei refuted his president’s claims, admitting “contradictory decisions” made during Raise’s presidency.

“Now we are dealing with some contradictory decisions by the executive branch. One organization decides to act, and the other rejects it and does the opposite. Yet, both sit behind the same desk in the government’s sessions. It shouldn’t happen,” Khamenei said.

 

 

 

On February 2, Raisi rejected his mentor’s speech and lied about his government’s accomplishments, including increased employment and lower inflation. In contrast to Raisi’s fabricated statistics, Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf takes every opportunity to discuss the regime’s total bankruptcy and economic crises. “We should pay attention to the economy. We shouldn’t ridicule the [state]. We should implement its objectives,” he said in February

Gholam Hossein Mohseni Eje’i, the regime’s Judiciary Chief, also joined Ghalibaf on February 1 to speak against Raisi and his government’s “insufficiency.” “If we fail to address economic problems and people’s livelihood today, the enemy pours salt on people’s financial wounds,” he warned. Raisi’s failure to address the country’s economic crisis has been acknowledged by regime officials. But they all know, and especially Khamenei, that Raise’s main task has been to suppress society.

If authorities speak of the country’s financial calamity and accuse one another, they also unanimously warn about the “enemy” and the “riot.” According to recorded statements of state officials, the regime’s adversaries are the Iranian people and their organized opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), with the latter serving as the catalyst for the uprising.

 

 

 

The Iranian people, as well as their organized Resistance movement, have shown a willingness to establish a democratic system. This demand should be embraced by the entire world. In the face of the regime’s increasing violence, Western countries should cut ties with Tehran and support people’s right to self-determination and self-defense.

 

 

 

 


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On Tuesday, January 31, members of the United Kingdom's House of Commons questioned British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson about how the UK plans to respond to the dangers and security threats posed by the Iranian regime to the Middle East and their country.

UK House of Commons calls on the British FM to ban Iran’s IRGC

On Tuesday, January 31, members of the United Kingdom's House of Commons questioned British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson about how the UK plans to respond to the dangers and security threats posed by the Iranian regime to the Middle East and their country.

On Tuesday, January 31, members of the United Kingdom’s House of Commons questioned British Foreign Minister James Cleverly about how the UK plans to respond to the dangers and security threats posed by the Iranian regime to the Middle East and their country.

 

Demanding specific actions from the British government, the MPs emphasized that London must sanction the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) for gross human rights violations that have spread terror throughout the world and destabilized the region.

Regarding the Iranian regime’s nuclear ambitions, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs James Cleverly said: “Iran continues to escalate its nuclear activities and in doing so threatens international peace and security. We will continue to collaborate closely with our international partners and allies to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. The Iranians have the option of engaging more usefully with the joint comprehensive plan of action, but they have spectacularly failed to seize that opportunity.”

Responding to Michael Fabricant (Lichfield/Con) concerning the UK’s recent assessment of the implications of the Iranian regime’s nuclear capabilities Mr. Cleverly also added: “It is in their gift to alleviate the sanctions imposed upon them through their actions, but they have spectacularly failed to do so.”

 

 

Ruth Cadbury (Brentford and Isleworth/Lab) then asked how the UK is dealing with Iran’s military threat to its allies via proxies, as well as its arms trade and sales, and what the government is doing to counter the flow of Iranian drones to Russia to support the war against Ukraine.

Mr. Clever responded. “We have implemented more than 50 new sanctions designations in recent months in response to Iranian human rights abuses and its military support to Russia. We will continue to collaborate closely with our international partners to take additional steps to make it clear that such behavior is unacceptable.”

Answering Greg Smith (Buckingham/Con) about the UK’s assessment of the regime’s Revolutionary Guard Corps’ role in the region, the British Foreign Minister stated: “The Government wholly condemns the destabilizing activity of the IRGC in the region and beyond. This includes military proxies as well as attacks and threats against Iran’s regional neighbors. We have imposed more than 300 sanctions on Iranian individuals and entities, including the total sanctioning of the IRGC.”

 

 

As Mr. Smith pressed the British FM on recent widespread calls for the UK to sanction the IRGC for arming and financing terror proxies, assisting the murderous assault on Ukraine, intensifying involvement in the international drug trade, and increasing security threats to the UK, Mr. Cleverly responded that the UK does “not limit ourselves to the actions that he has announced when it comes to ensuring security.”

 

 


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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.

Residents of Sistan and Baluchestan show courage in continuing protests

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.

 

 

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. The MEK has released the names of 637 protesters who were killed. In Zahedan, regime officials have been flying military helicopters over the city to instill fear among residents. Protesters were heard chanting anti-regime slogans such as “Death to Khamenei!” “So many years of criminality!” “Death to the regime of the mullahs!”

 

On Friday, people took to the streets in Tehran’s various districts, as well as Rask, Khash, and Galikesh in Golestan Province in northeast Iran. On Friday, people gathered in Izeh, Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, to remember Saeed Saeedi, a protester killed by the regime’s security forces. Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), praised the people of Zahedan and the entire province of Sistan & Baluchestan for their courage in continuing to protest the mullahs’ regime.

 

 

“The courageous people of Zahedan and Rask took to the streets after their Friday prayer chanting, ‘Death to Khamenei,’ ‘Death to Basij’ and ‘Khamenei is a criminal’. “Our Baluch compatriots demonstrated the determination of all Iranians to destabilize the regime and achieve freedom,” she stressed.

The NCRI President-elect also sent a message to the Arab-Islamic Conference in Brussels on Friday, titled “Solidarity with the Iranian people’s democratic revolution,” emphasizing that overthrowing the mullahs’ regime is a prerequisite for ridding Iran and the Middle East of the scourge of religious extremism, terrorism, and warmongering.

 

 

“The people of Iran have refuted both the past and present regimes thousands of times by their chants of ‘Down with the oppressor, be it the shah or the mullahs’ supreme leader!’ and similar slogans. As a result, the Iranian people have rejected all forms of dictatorship,” she went on to say.

“We called on Middle East countries to establish a common front against the clerical regime, with the Iranian people and resistance as decisive components. Such a front is required for the region and Iran to be liberated from religious extremism, terrorism, and warmongering. The region and the world will not be at peace until they target the epicenter of fundamentalism, the mullahs’ regime. The alternative, as stated by the NCRI President-elect, is to fight for a free Iran that brings friendship, fraternity, and peace to the Middle East and the world.

 

 

 


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Protests in Iran have now spread to at least 282 cities. According to sources from the Iranian oppositionPeople’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime's forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000.

Iranian uprising continues for 132 days now, seeking to overthrow the mullahs’ regime

Protests in Iran have now spread to at least 282 cities. According to sources from the Iranian oppositionPeople’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime's forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000.

Protests in Iran have now spread to at least 282 cities. According to sources from the Iranian oppositionPeople’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000.

 

As the country’s economy continues to deteriorate, various sectors of Iranian society continue to take to the streets to express their concerns. Many people are struggling to make ends meet and are expressing their hatred of regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his entire oppressive regime. On Tuesday, January 24, members of the MEK Resistance Units network inside Iran launched a massive wave of attacks against the mullahs’ regime. This consisted of 17 different acts performed in cities all over the country. These attacks were aimed at:

  • The mullahs used centers in Tehran and Eslamshahr to promote their ideology of hatred, misogyny, and fundamentalism.
  • Basij IRGC paramilitary bases in Qom, Karaj, Mashhad, Shiraz, Kerman, Hamedan, Qazvin, and Shush.
  • In Saravan, Langarud, and Sarpole Zahab, posters of Khamenei and regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini were set on fire.
  • Posters of former IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani were set on fire in Kashmar, Karaj, and Tehran.

 

 

On January 25th, the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) hosted an event at the European Parliament to launch a new book, “Iran’s Democratic Revolution,” during which dignitaries discussed the current situation in Iran. ISJ President Dr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras, former US Senator Robert Torricelli, Amb. Robert Joseph, and MEP Hermann Tertsch all stressed that the Iranian regime’s days are numbered.

Family members of death row inmates rallied outside Ghezel Hesar Prison in Karaj, west of Tehran, to protest and demand information about their loved ones. According to reports from Bandar Khomeyni in Khuzestan Province in southwest Iran, contract and official employees of the local petrochemical site went on strike for the fourth day in a row on Wednesday.

 

 

Personnel from the city’s Khomeyni Hospital protested in Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan Province in southwest Iran, demanding their delayed paychecks and answers to their outstanding demands. People in different areas of Tehran are also chanting anti-regime slogans at night, indicating that popular protests continue to be a major concern for the ruling dictatorship.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has emphasized the importance of the West abandoning its appeasement policy toward the Iranian regime and adopting a firm policy in the face of Tehran’s continued belligerence.

 

 

“The Ministry of Intelligence and the IRGC must be designated as terrorist organizations, their agents must be prosecuted and deported, and their European citizenship must be revoked,” she stated.

 

 


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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. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters

Iranian protests continue: Workers demand rights, locals chant anti-regime slogans

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. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters

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. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters.

 

Cities across Iran are seeing more protests in the form of workers demanding their rights holding rallies and going on strike, night rallies with locals in different parts of Tehran and other cities chanting anti-regime slogans, and various types of attacks targeting the regime’s sites and symbols. These measures are aimed specifically at regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the paramilitary Basij, plainclothes agents, and even spies working among the locals in various cities and towns.

On Sunday morning, Cryptoland online exchange investors protested outside the regime’s judiciary building in Tehran, demanding that the IRGC return their stolen funds. These users have been protesting for two years, but authorities have yet to act on their demands. Crypto land had approximately 289,000 users, many of whom lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the online marketplace.

 

 

On Saturday night, residents of Tehran’s various districts, including Tehranpars, Ekbatan, and others, began chanting anti-regime slogans directed at Khamenei and his crackdown apparatus. “This is the year Seyed Ali (Khamenei) is deposed!” one of the slogans said. “What a long history of crime!” Death to the regime of the mullahs!”

Freedom-loving Iranians and MEK supporters have recently gathered in cities throughout Europe, the United States, and Canada. These rallies are in support of the ongoing Iran revolution protests, honoring victims of the regime’s atrocities, and urging the European Union and its member states to outlaw and designate the IRGC as a terrorist organization.

 

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has reiterated the Iranian people’s and organized resistance’s determination to fight the mullahs’ theocratic rule and bring freedom and democracy to Iran.

“It is time for Western governments to recognize the Iranian people’s struggle for regime change,” the NCRI President-elect said, emphasizing the importance of the West designating the regime’s IRGC as a terrorist organization.

 

 


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"The European Union (EU) is getting closer to a decision," wrote the French newspaper Le Monde on January 13.

European Union considering blacklisting Iran’s IRGC

"The European Union (EU) is getting closer to a decision," wrote the French newspaper Le Monde on January 13.

“The European Union (EU) is getting closer to a decision,” wrote the French newspaper Le Monde on January 13.

 

The European Union is finally moving forward with its plans to formally designate the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), after years of delay. Declaring it a terrorist organization will finally support and protect human rights in Iran, as well as prevent further terror attacks around the world. The delay has had a serious impact on both the Iranian people and the international community, who have suffered at the hands of the tyrannical regime for four decades.

Following the regime’s victory in the 1979 revolution, one of the main demands of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), Iran’s people’s resistance group, was to change the structure of Shah’s army. However, Ruhollah Khomeini, the regime’s founding father, was not on board. He intended to implement his repressive and hawkishness by prevailing over the army structure, but this was insufficient for him. Instead, he established the IRGC to consolidate power and accelerate the regime’s objectives.

 

 The Islamic Revolutionary Guard is being considered for inclusion on the list of terrorist organizations by the 27 member states, at a time when the Iranian regime is increasing the number of death sentences and executions in order to suppress the current uprising."

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard is being considered for inclusion on the list of terrorist organizations by the 27 member states, at a time when the Iranian regime is increasing the number of death sentences and executions in order to suppress the current uprising.”

 

The Revolutionary Guard Corps is now the world’s largest terrorist organization. Its main objectives are to defend the regime and its supreme leader, as well as to export the Islamic revolution abroad, primarily to neighboring countries, through terrorism and the spread of any form of crime.

Other misdeeds of the IRGC include monopolizing exports and imports to narcotics trade; seizing the country’s economy to destroy the private sector; seat-of-the-pants dam construction and drying up the country’s water resources to the destruction of forests and agricultural lands and pastures for self-benefiting projects; money laundering to the acquisition of banks and stealing depositors’ capital in credit institutions, and so on.

Repressing protests is clearly stated as one of the criminal organization’s duties in its statute. In that case, they are obligated to do what the police cannot. They are given carte blanche to use whatever force and tool they see fit to put down the protests.

 

Article 2 of Maryam Rajavi's 10-point plan as President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

Article 2 of Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point plan as President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

 

Article 2 of Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point plan as President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) emphasizes the need for the “liquidation of the Revolutionary Guards” and other repressive institutions. “Dissolution and disbandment of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the terrorist Qods Force, plainclothes groups, the unpopular Bassij, the Ministry of Intelligence, the Council of the Cultural Revolution, and all oppressive patrols and institutions in cities, villages, schools, universities, offices, and factories,” it states.

 


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Iran's protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs' regime and desire to overthrow it.

Iran: Severe gas shortages as protests continue across the nation

Iran's protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs' regime and desire to overthrow it.

Iran’s protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs’ regime and desire to overthrow it.

 

 

Protests have spread to at least 282 cities to this day. 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.

Meanwhile, the country is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, and the regime is too inept to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people. Despite having the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves, Iranians are seen waiting in lines for cooking/heating gas in cities across the country. In the meantime, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the regime’s foreign minister, has been on a Middle East tour, visiting the mullahs’ allies and promising to meet their energy needs.

People protested the continued gas shortage outside the local governor’s office in Torbat-e-Jam on Monday morning. In this city, people were seen gathering outside a local 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 locals’ 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.

Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s Social Security Organization were protesting low pensions and poor economic conditions in Shush, Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran. Officials from the regime refuse to address the pensioners’ demands.

In Tehran, family members of death row inmates protested the death sentences and demanded answers from regime officials on Monday outside the regime’s judiciary building. Workers at the OCDC company’s petrochemical site in Gachsaran of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province in southwest Iran gathered on Sunday and went on strike.

 

 

Hundreds of people have gathered outside the home of Molana Gergich, a senior figure in the local Baloch community, in Golestan Province, northeast Iran, to prevent authorities from transferring him following his summons by the regime’s Special Clerics Court.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) urged the international community to take immediate action.

“I have repeatedly stated that the IRGC is the main tool of the clerical regime for the suppression and plunder of the Iranian people, as well as the export of terrorism. The blacklisting of the IRGC as a terrorist entity is an urgent demand of the Iranian people, a prerequisite for Middle Eastern peace, and essential in the fight against terrorism. The IRGC should have been blacklisted years ago,” she emphasized.

 

 

 

 


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Ambassador J. Kenneth Blackwell, Professor Ivan Sascha Sheehan, Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Struan Stevenson, and Robert Torricelli all contributed to the book, providing additional insight into the regime's repression, the importance of unity among opposition forces, and the role of the international community in supporting Iran's ongoing protests.

“Iran Democratic Revolution: Correct EU Policy” – A new book by ISJ

Ambassador J. Kenneth Blackwell, Professor Ivan Sascha Sheehan, Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Struan Stevenson, and Robert Torricelli all contributed to the book, providing additional insight into the regime's repression, the importance of unity among opposition forces, and the role of the international community in supporting Iran's ongoing protests.

Ambassador J. Kenneth Blackwell, Professor Ivan Sascha Sheehan, Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Struan Stevenson, and Robert Torricelli all contributed to the book, providing additional insight into the regime’s repression, the importance of unity among opposition forces, and the role of the international community in supporting Iran’s ongoing protests.

 

 

The International Committee for Justice (ISJ) held a press conference at the Brussels Press Club to announce the publication of a new book, “Iran Democratic Revolution – Correct EU Policy.” The book, written under a pseudonym for security reasons by Dr. Behrouz Pouyan, an assistant university professor and political analyst in Tehran, delves into the current situation in Iran, the regime’s malign activities, and potential solutions for a democratic and secular Iran.

During the press conference, ISJ members criticized the weak response of the EU and the US government to the recent executions in Iran and called for more severe measures to be taken against the regime. “These executions are blatant,” said former EU Parliament member Paulo Casaca. “There were no free trials. There was brutal torture and forced confessions.”

 

Former Colombian Senator and 2022 Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt

Mrs. Ingrid Betancourt.

 

Former Colombian Senator and 2022 Presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt emphasized the importance of Iranian women’s roles in the revolution and the need for the international community to address the regime’s misogyny. “In the world, we had never seen such a misogynistic regime as the one ruling Iran,” she said. “We’ve seen glimpses of it, but not in this systematic form of abusing power against women.”

“They should begin by recalling our Iranian ambassadors. Then we must close the regime’s embassies in our respective countries. We want our government to officially support Maryam Rajavi. There are many people, but only one organization, the NCRI, can take over.”

 

Mr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Former Vice-President of the European Parliament

Mr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras

 

Mr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Former Vice-President of the European Parliament, spoke about a true alternative, its characteristics, and certain features, and stated:

“If we want to replace this regime with a democracy, we need to have an alternative that is credible and substantial. It must be an Iranian option. This alternative must be well-organized and structured. It needs a network of members and supporters both inside and outside of Iran.

He came to the conclusion that the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), both led by Maryam Rajavi, are the only viable options for Iran’s transition from dictatorship to democracy.

 

 

Struan Stevenson, a former member of the European Parliament, also spoke at the event, addressing the regime’s terrorism, malign activities, and demonization policies, particularly against the MEK. He claimed that remaining silent on the issue would lead to more executions, and he advocated for tough measures such as withdrawing ambassadors from Tehran, closing embassies, and expelling regime agents.

 

 


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The Iranian regime’s leader, Ali Khamenei, delivered a speech on Monday, acknowledging the escalating confrontation between the ruling theocracy and the Iranian people, particularly the youth.

Desperate Vis-à-vis Iran Protests, Khamenei calls for More Violence

The Iranian regime’s leader, Ali Khamenei, delivered a speech on Monday, acknowledging the escalating confrontation between the ruling theocracy and the Iranian people, particularly the youth.

The Iranian regime’s leader, Ali Khamenei, delivered a speech on Monday, acknowledging the escalating confrontation between the ruling theocracy and the Iranian people, particularly the youth.

 

 

While trying to paint brave Iranian youth as foreign agents or overwhelmed with excitement due to the social media influence, Khamenei again called for the so-called “Jihad of explanation” or ordered more propaganda and more violence. “The cure to the enemy’s propaganda on social media is the Jihad of explanation. In other words, spreading the truth using different voices, different words, and different initiatives. We cannot expunge the youths’ minds of the negative [enemy’s] impacts using clubs and sticks; we should use explanation!” Khamenei claimed

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