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Ruhollah Khomeini, the regime's first Supreme Leader, wrote in his fatwa for the 1988 massacre, ". Those who remain steadfast in their position of nefaq [hypocrisy] in prisons throughout the country are considered mohareb [waging war against God] and are condemned to execution.

Iran: Hossein-Ali Nayeri appointed as senior advisor to Judiciary Chief Mohseni Eje’I

Ruhollah Khomeini, the regime's first Supreme Leader, wrote in his fatwa for the 1988 massacre, ". Those who remain steadfast in their position of nefaq [hypocrisy] in prisons throughout the country are considered mohareb [waging war against God] and are condemned to execution.

Ruhollah Khomeini, the regime’s first Supreme Leader, wrote in his fatwa for the 1988 massacre, “. Those who remain steadfast in their position of nefaq [hypocrisy] in prisons throughout the country are considered mohareb [waging war against God] and are condemned to execution.

Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Eje’i, the regime’s Judiciary Chief, appointed as his senior advisor Hossein-Ali Nayeri, the head of the death commission in the massacre of political prisoners in 1988 and a ruthless criminal. Prior to the 1988 massacre, Neyeri had executed thousands of members and sympathizers of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and other dissidents.

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"Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar," Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women's role in what many regard as Iran's democratic revolution.

Belgian conference with NCRI in support of the ongoing widespread demonstrations in Iran

"Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar," Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women's role in what many regard as Iran's democratic revolution.

“Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar,” Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women’s role in what many regards as Iran’s democratic revolution.

 

Belgian lawmakers held a conference in support of Iran’s nationwide uprising, with Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The event was presided over by Ms. Els Van Hoof, chair of the Belgian parliament’s foreign affairs committee.“The current situation in Iran is very sensitive. The regime has shown that it is capable of all crimes to remain in power. But in the face of the Iranian people’s courage, it has reached a dead end,” Mrs. Rajavi said.

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Salavati, like the regime's current president Ebrahim Raisi, is infamous for his decisions as a prosecutor in the 1988 massacre in which the regime killed more than 30,000 political prisoners, and he, like all regime officials, lives a dismal life full of crime and killings.

Iran: Who Is Abolqasem Salavati?

Salavati, like the regime's current president Ebrahim Raisi, is infamous for his decisions as a prosecutor in the 1988 massacre in which the regime killed more than 30,000 political prisoners, and he, like all regime officials, lives a dismal life full of crime and killings.

Salavati, like the regime’s current president Ebrahim Raisi, is infamous for his decisions as a prosecutor in the 1988 massacre in which the regime killed more than 30,000 political prisoners, and he, like all regime officials, lives a dismal life full of crime and killings.

 

Several people who were detained during the Iranian People’s Uprising have had their cases forwarded to Judge Salvati, also known as the Judge of Death, according to a report last week. Following that, it was announced that he was putting some of these detainees on trial for ‘moharebeh’ (waging war against God), which could result in their execution.

 

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The 20th of November is World Children's Day, an occasion to promote children's welfare. Meanwhile, under the mullahs' regime in Iran, security forces have killed children during the country's major protests over the last two months.Kian Pirfalak, a ten-year-old boy from Izeh in southwest Iran, was killed on November 17 by security forces.

World Children’s Day: Iranian children’s plight under the mullahs’ regime

The 20th of November is World Children's Day, an occasion to promote children's welfare. Meanwhile, under the mullahs' regime in Iran, security forces have killed children during the country's major protests over the last two months.Kian Pirfalak, a ten-year-old boy from Izeh in southwest Iran, was killed on November 17 by security forces.

The 20th of November is World Children’s Day, an occasion to promote children’s welfare. Meanwhile, under the mullahs’ regime in Iran, security forces have killed children during the country’s major protests over the last two months. Kian Pirfalak, a ten-year-old boy from Izeh in southwest Iran, was killed on November 17 by security forces.

 

He was returning home with his family when the oppressive forces opened fire on their vehicle. Kian’s videos, in which he aspires to be a robotic engineer, quickly went viral on social media. His video of building a boat for a competition while saluting the “God of the Rainbow” breaks everyone’s heart. Kian was not the first or last child killed by Iran’s genocidal regime. At least 57 children have been killed in Iran since the uprising began. What was their offense? Trying to make a difference or wishing to be in the same situation as other children in the free world.

 

 

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Since November 3, the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) has set up a photo exhibition of martyrs of Iran’s nationwide uprising and victims of the regime’s four decades of oppression in front of the U.S. Capitol. 

In Four Corners of the World, Iranians Call for Freedom and Democracy

Since November 3, the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) has set up a photo exhibition of martyrs of Iran’s nationwide uprising and victims of the regime’s four decades of oppression in front of the U.S. Capitol. 

Since November 3, the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) has set up a photo exhibition of martyrs of Iran’s nationwide uprising and victims of the regime’s four decades of oppression in front of the U.S. Capitol.

 

 

Iran’s nationwide uprising continues despite the regime’s heavy crackdown and killing of over 550 protesters. Initially sparked following the tragic murder of a Kurdish girl in police custody, protests now have snowballed into a revolution. The Iranian people’s revolution has been widely supported by their compatriots abroad, who try to echo the voice of their countrymen.

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Statistics on the number of people killed by this regime change frequently. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime's main opposition force, estimates that over the last four decades, more than 120,000 opposition members have been executed.

Iran’s opposition MEK are paving the way for a new democratic revolution

Statistics on the number of people killed by this regime change frequently. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime's main opposition force, estimates that over the last four decades, more than 120,000 opposition members have been executed.

Statistics on the number of people killed by this regime change frequently. The People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime’s main opposition force, estimates that over the last four decades, more than 120,000 opposition members have been executed.

 

Months have passed since the start of the current conflict in Iran between the oppressive regime and the brave people. The world has taken notice of the bravery and tenacity of the Iranian people. The Western media has purposefully or accidentally ignored previous demonstrations and generations, inaccurately portraying them as being without a leader and claiming that the new Iranian generation’s ideas are the only ones driving them.Iran is no exception to the rule that no nation’s history has seen change without conflict between multiple generations. The regime has shed blood and committed atrocities against the Iranian people since stealing the nation and the 1979 revolution from their legitimate owners.

 

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According to latest reports protesters in at least 177 cities throughout Iran’s 31 provinces have taken to the streets for nearly three weeks now seeking to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. Over 400 have been killed by regime security forces and at least 20,000 arrested, via sources affiliated to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.

Iran 2022 protests: Iranians’ unwavering desire for regime change endures

According to latest reports protesters in at least 177 cities throughout Iran’s 31 provinces have taken to the streets for nearly three weeks now seeking to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. Over 400 have been killed by regime security forces and at least 20,000 arrested, via sources affiliated to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.

According to the latest reports protesters in at least 177 cities throughout Iran’s 31 provinces have taken to the streets for nearly three weeks now seeking to overthrow the mullahs’ regime. Over 400 have been killed by regime security forces and at least 20,000 arrested, via sources affiliated to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.

 

Sunday marked the 24th day of protests across Iran, with regime authorities scrambling their security forces in desperate attempts to quell an uprising that more and more Iranians are referring to as a “revolution.” People took to the streets in many cities across the country around noon, with protesters escalating their actions in response to the regime’s deadly crackdown.

 

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More than 130 members of the European Parliament from various political parties expressed their support for the Iranian people's demonstrations and call for regime change

Iran: 130 MEPs release a statement in support of the Iranian people’s fight for freedom

More than 130 members of the European Parliament from various political parties expressed their support for the Iranian people's demonstrations and call for regime change

More than 130 members of the European Parliament from various political parties expressed their support for the Iranian people’s demonstrations and call for regime change.

 

More than 130 members of the European Parliament from various political parties expressed their support for the Iranian people’s demonstrations and call for regime change in a statement that was released on October 5. Along with denouncing the mullahs’ four decades of crimes against humanity, they also denounced the regime’s brutal suppression of protesters, including the 1988 summer massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners.

 

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Iran’s protests highlight the importance of denying international legitimacy to regime’s president Raisi

Ebrahim Raisi was allowed to speak at the UN General Assembly only five days after Amini’s death.

When addressing the United Nations General Assembly, Iran’s regime president Ebrahim Raisi only made a passing reference to the country’s ongoing protests. Even then, he did so solely to cast aspersions on his Western adversaries and imply that they were exploiting an incident that was still “being investigated.” Those remarks came just a few days after Raisi suggested in an interview with CBS News that investigations were also needed to determine whether or not the Holocaust occurred. That says something about the importance of investigating Iran’s theocratic regime.

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Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Iranians in Europe and New York condemn the murder of Mahsa Amini by Iran’ regime

Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in New York and condemning the murder of Mahsa Amini by regime ruling Iran – September 18, 2022

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in New York and condemned the murder of Mahsa Amini by the regime ruling Iran – on September 18, 2022.

 

Iranians who value freedom and members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held protests on Saturday in numerous European cities, New York, and Toronto to denounce the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old who was severely beaten by the regime’s “morality police” before passing away from severe brain damage on Friday. In addition, the MEK supporters urged the US government to refuse President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi a visa for next week’s UN General Assembly.

 

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