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Many regime officials in Iran are concerned about the status quo and a possible new outburst of nationwide protests.
Today, the mullahs face a tsunami of economic, social, and political crises within the country, aside from the increasing international isolation. The regime’s inability to contain domestic dilemmas and internal political disputes is a direct result of such troubling circumstances. Following a series of disqualifications of figures previously thought to be very close to his own inner circle, Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei attempted to bring these matters under control by appointing Ebrahim Raisi as his regime’s president.
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Raisi is not only credibly implicated in both torture and extrajudicial killing, but he is also one of the worst known violators of human rights anywhere in the world who is still serving in government, having faced no meaningful consequences for his crimes.
Time is running out to act on the recommendations of countless Iranian expatriates and supporters of Iran’s pro-democracy Resistance movement regarding the Iranian regime’s president, Ebrahim Raisi’s prospective attendance at the opening of the United Nations General Assembly’s 77th session.500 Iranian academics, scientists, and other professionals recently signed a statement reiterating those recommendations. The message was sent to the White House on Thursday, urging President Biden to deny entry visas to Raisi and his delegation.
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Prominent dignitaries and legal experts discussed the Iranian regime’s impunity for terrorism and crimes against humanity at the international conference in Paris.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held a conference on “Impunity for Terrorism and Crimes Against Humanity” on Saturday, September 10 in Paris. The event was held in light of President Ebrahim Raisi of the Iranian regime’s intention to attend the UN General Assembly. Raisi is known as the “butcher of Tehran” due to his pivotal role in the mass execution of more than 30,000 political prisoners in the summer of 1988. He stands for a murderous establishment that has killed thousands of dissidents, protesters, and regular prisoners over the years. The participants also provided the Free World with policy suggestions on how to deal with Tehran.
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Article 28 of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Iran also ratified in 1993, states that all signatory nations are committed to giving children free access to education by fostering equality.
According to UNESCO, nations should devote between 15 and 20 percent of their public budgets and 4 to 6 percent of their GDP to education services. The Iranian government, on the other hand, only devotes 10% of its budget and 1.5–2% of its GDP to education. The government places special emphasis on the country’s education system and implements both short-term and long-term programs to ensure that its educational system makes the most of all available technological resources. In developed countries, the Ministry of Education typically plays a crucial role in a country’s development and future. Iran is an exception to this.
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In the past 40 years, the mullahs have imprisoned at least 500,000 political activists, the majority of whom were connected to the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI), the main opposition group.
For many years, Iran’s theocratic government has used a climate of fear and suffocation to crush any form of opposition. Since 1979, when Ruhollah Khomeini overthrew the monarchic dictatorship and installed a religious one in its place, he and his successors have committed crimes in an effort to silence the public’s protests over socioeconomic issues, let alone calls for civil and political rights.
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Shamsi’s husband, two sisters, and one brother of hers were also arrested for the same offense. She worried about her children the entire time I was with her.
Shamsi Barari was her name, and she had a lovely Turkish accent. She was from the city of Zanjan in northwest Iran. When I first entered the prison in the summer of 1982, I ran into her. She was moving slowly. Her beautiful, round, black eyes met mine. I felt as if I’d known her for years. She was a simple and kind-hearted woman. She explained that she had two children, a girl, and a boy, who were now on their own. She told me she had been detained for almost a year for assisting the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in the Netherlands, condemning the mullahs’ regime ruling Iran – August 27, 2022.
Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held rallies in five different cities in the U.S. and Europe to denounce the horrifying human rights abuses committed by the mullahs’ regime in Iran and to urge the U.S. government to refuse President Ebrahim Raisi a visa before the upcoming annual UN General Assembly. These events took place on August 27 in Brussels, Washington, DC, Oslo, Norway, the Netherlands, Hamburg, Germany, and Stuttgart, Germany.
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On August 10, the US Department of Justice unveiled its case against Shahram Poursafi, an agent of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards who had extensive conversations with a trusted FBI informant regarding assassination attempts on former US national security adviser John Bolton and former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The activities of Poursafi in this regard go back to at least October 2021 and are typical of more general terrorist trends that have emerged from the Iranian regime in recent years. The entire Iranian regime has been all too eager to use the death of the terrorist IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani as justification for violence against its foreign foes, as openly acknowledged numerous times in the past. Tehran views these actions as part of its “strategic depth” in the international community.
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Mullahs regime President Ebrahim Raisi intends to attend the UNGA and that the US is willing to grant him a visa to visit New York.
The United Nations General Assembly will convene for its 77th session on September 13, with several world leaders scheduled to address the international body in the days that follow. As of now, it appears that Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi intends to attend the UNGA and that the US is willing to grant him a visa to visit New York. Both of these expectations are regrettable in that they demonstrate the United States’ willingness to overlook terrible human rights violations and terrorist threats while also demonstrating that Tehran is aware of them.
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The NCRI held a press conference in Washington on August 14, 2002, to discuss ongoing work on nuclear weapons at covert locations close to the Iranian cities of Natanz and Arak.
Following the 20th anniversary of the initial public disclosures about the country’s nuclear weapons program, a number of specialists in international security and non-proliferation met with representatives of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday to talk about the current status of Iran’s nuclear ambitions.