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UK express report on the actual Coronavirus statistics in Iran

What is the Truth About COVID-19 in Iran?

UK express report on the actual Coronavirus statistics in Iran

A report by the UK Express on the actual figures of fatalities in Iran, based on the main opposition’s sources the MEK. Published Aug 10, 2020

UK Express newspaper acknowledges the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK)  main opposition force to the present Iranian regime that the official death toll from COVID-19 is far higher than the regime is letting on.

Cases and casualties are typically registered with the Coronavirus Resource Centre at the John Hopkins University and the most recent numbers recorded for Iran are 326,712 with 18,427 deaths. However, the newspaper says that the MEK believes that the number who has died has now gone beyond 85,500.

Over 85,500 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 373 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces,…

Posted by MEK Iran on Sunday, August 9, 2020

Referring to information published by the MEK, the UK express reiterates that their figures come from “doctors, nurses, medical staff, mortuaries, morgues, cemeteries throughout the country and from internal claims reports obtained from inside the regime’s institutions and entities”. This is not the only report from the resistance as it has been keeping a tally since February 10th. Even the official figures spell out the disastrous consequences of the pandemic in Iran with the tenth worst death toll in the region.

UK Express writes, if the MEK numbers could be substantiated, Iran may have the worst statistics globally for the deadly virus. The only countries featuring the worst statistics are the United States and Brazil.

These MEK numbers were revealed by a report in the Iranian daily paper, Jahan San’at, which announced that there was “no confidence in government figures.” The person who announced these figures was Mohammad Reza Mahboobfar, who is allegedly a member of the National Coronavirus Combat Task Force and a viral epidemiologist. He claims that throughout the outbreak of COVID-19 the government has constantly been covering up the death toll. He said the reason for the cover-up and the lack of transparency was politically motivated. He said, “the number of those infected and dead is one-twentieth of the real and actual figure.’’

As soon as this information was revealed to the public, the regime shut down the news media.

According to the Express report, a BBC Persian service conducted an investigation and discovered when looking at the regime’s records that up to July 20th 42,000 people died with suspected COVID-19 symptoms, which was far higher than the 14,405 reported by the regime’s health ministry.

The source of the information said it was important to get the truth as the epidemic wasn’t the time to play ‘’political games. ‘’

An NCRI member and MEK spokesman, Shahin Gobadi, when speaking to Express.co.uk said that this cover-up should be publicized.

He also said “while devoting Iran’s resources to suppression, terrorism, belligerence and the pursuit of weapons of mass destruction, the regime has refrained from providing the minimum resources save the lives of millions of Iranian in this critical period, which has resulted in massive fatalities. The mullahs’ only concern has been and remains the prevention of another popular uprising, which explains why they have tried to take advantage of the COVID-19 and the strategy of mass casualties as a barrier against the eruption of society. But this will prove futile.”

‘’Authorities in Iran have come under heavy criticism since the start of the pandemic, as officials have failed to impose any sort of sweeping restrictions or lockdowns,’’ the express reporter said.

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Fatemeh Davand

MEK-Iran: Female Protester Jailed for 5 Years in Iran

Fatemeh Davand

Iran Protester sentenced to 5.5-year prison and 30 lashes.

A female protester, Fatemeh Davand, 42 years old with 3 children, has been sent to Urmia  Central Prison for 5 years and 30 lashes.  Her alleged offense is that she took part in the November 2019 protests.

The Iranian Regime went into seven months of silence after the horrific killing of 1500 protestors in November. Learn…

Posted by MEK Iran on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Iranian protests were a series of nationwide civil protests in Iran, initially caused by a 300% increase in fuel prices, but quickly leading to calls for the overthrow of the corrupt mullahs’ regime and its Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Based on direct orders of Khamenei, over 1,500 people were massacred in the course of only a few days by the repressive Basij and IRGC forces. The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/ MEK) was the first to give accurate reports on mass killings and arrest of thousands of people.

According to a published report on November 25 by the UN Special Rapporteur on Human rights situation in Iran, Javaid Rehman, a parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Intelligence Committee member stated that at least 7,000 protesters were arrested. They were denied any access to their lawyers and the conditions where they were expected to live were far too overcrowded. They were both mistreated and tortured and they were forced to make confessions. As so often happens in these breaches of human rights the perpetrators threaten the media so the brutality of the regime is never truthfully exposed.

Ms. Davand had already been arrested and sentenced after the protests. She was also sentenced to five months and 30 lashes for “disrupting public order and calm by participating in riots” by the Revolutionary Court of Boukan in Kurdistan. She was then released on bail of 30 billion toman before facing the Revolutionary Court again on May 12th.

On August 6th after the sentencing of Ms. Davand, Amnesty International issued a tweet saying that she had been imprisoned after an unfair trial. They went on to say that the trial was based on confessions that were obtained by torture. Amnesty International urged the Iranian regime to release Fatemeh Devand on the basis that her right to freedom of peaceful assembly had been breached b the arrest and that her sentence had been based on confessions made under torture.

Fatemeh Devand is certainly not the only woman to be arrested or killed for protesting. Of the 1,500 protesters who were slaughtered during or after the Novemnber2019 protests, 400 of them were women. At least 12,000 more, based on MEK sources inside Iran, were jailed after being arrested for taking part in the protests.

 

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Iranian Christians

Iranian Christians Persevere in Adversity

Iranian Christians

MEK: No doubt many Iranian Christians joined thousands of others all around the world in addition to Iran to participate in the recent Free Iran Global summit held online this year from Albania because of the pandemic.

By The Rt Revd, Dr. Barry Morgan is a former Archbishop of Wales: Christians in Iran are in a minority, and despite being theoretically allowed to pursue their faith do so in adverse conditions. In fact, Christians in Iran survive in what is regarded as the ninth most inhospitable country in the world for practicing Christianity.

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Spanish media

Iran pays $9m to Spanish media org to demonise MEK

Spanish media

Spanish-language satellite channel of Mullah’s state-run broadcaster IRIB designed solely to demonize the MEK?

The Iranian regime paid $9.3 million to a Spanish media organization between 2012 and 2015, shining a light on what we have known for a while: the regime is manipulating Western media to demonize the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran).

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Iranian Chinese agreement

MEK Iran: China and More

Iranian Chinese agreement

MEK: As far as China is concerned, there are no such concerns about the ethics of a relationship with the mullahs

Former European lawmaker, Struan Stevenson, has published a new article for UPI on Iran giving his thoughts about the agreement between the Iranian regime and China, as well as touching on other current issues in Iran such as the status of Covid-19 and the rapidly nose-diving economy.

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the massacre of 30,000

MEK Iran: US calls for justice for 1988 massacre

the massacre of 30,000

MEK Iran: the US State Department Spokesperson, Morgan Ortagus, called for justice for the victims of massacre 1988.

Two days before the 32nd anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 Iranian political prisoners, which began on July 19, 1988, the US State Department Spokesperson, Morgan Ortagus, called for justice for the victims.

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The main opposition

Iran’s Opposition Presents a Credible Secular Alternative to the Current Clerical Regime

 

The main opposition

Iranian Opposition (NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran), Democratic Alternative to the Current Clerical Regime.

The main opposition to Iran’s clerical regime, operating under the umbrella of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has declared that the time has come to overthrow the regime.

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The Free Iran Global Summit on Friday 17th July

Free Iran summit: International support for people of Iran calling for regime change

The Free Iran Global Summit on Friday 17th July

Tens of thousands of Iranians supporting the (NCRI) and (PMOI / MEK Iran) from around the world participate in the Free Iran rally.

Every year, tens of thousands of Iranians supporting the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), from around the world including many dissidents participate in the Free Iran rally.

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‘World’s Largest Gathering’ to Be Held on Friday for a Free Iran

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World’s Largest Gathering’ to Be Held on Friday for a Free Iran by the (NCRI) and the  (PMOI / MEK Iran),

On Friday, July 17, tens of thousands of people from 102 countries will gather for the Free Iran Global Summit. The National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) annual conference will be a virtual experience, connecting 30,000 locations across the world, and featuring at least one thousand prominent political figures and dignitaries from five continents.

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MEK and Iranian Resistance.

Bipartisan Group of U.S. Political Dignitaries Releases Statement Supporting MEK and Iranian Resistance

MEK and Iranian Resistance.

Bipartisan Group of U.S. Political Dignitaries Releases Statement Supporting (PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI). 

“The days of religious fundamentalists controlling Iran are numbered.” So says a statement dated June 30 and signed by a group of U.S. politicians and military leaders, which is set to be released this Friday at the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) annual Free Iran Global Summit.

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