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MEK Iran: Former Syrian Colonel Sentenced to life imprisonment in German court

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A major German court decision has shattered the trend, exposing that “sovereignty” has its limits and that the law can prosecute and bring people to justice outside of their own country.

 

A German court sentenced a former Syrian regime colonel to life in prison on January 13 for his role in the assassination and torture of hundreds of Syrian political opponents. As long as their governments were in power, totalitarian regime offenders were shielded by an unwritten but effective law. However, a major German court decision has shattered the trend, exposing that “sovereignty” has its limits and that the law can prosecute and bring people to justice outside of their own country.

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The Internet is still shut down in Iran

MEK Iran: Regime’s Internet Censorship Plan Aggravate Current Economic Crisis

The Internet is still shut down in Iran

MEK: The main intention of the mullahs’ regime is to shut down the internet to suppress the protests.

 

The clerical regime’s parliament is about to enact an internet “protection bill,” according to Iran’s state-run media, drastically restricting the country’s internet and online freedoms. The bill, formally known as the “Cyberspace Users Rights Protection and Regulation of Key Online Services,” will prevent citizens’ access to international services, primarily social media, and allow the regime’s security apparatus to control internet gateways in order to exacerbate dissent suppression.

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MEK: Telethon A Platform that calls for Democracy and Unity in Iran

 

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The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence.

Iranians are in one of their most delicate and critical periods in history. They have arrived at a stage where every Iranian, regardless of political ideology or inclination, may contribute to the upcoming shift in the country’s fate and pay his or her portion for a free Iran, which has been devastated by the mullahs for the past four decades. Today, we all have the chance to contribute to Iran’s liberation. The Simay-e Azadi, Iran’s independent and free national television, is a critical medium for advocating for Iran’s independence. We can be the voice of Iran’s voiceless, destitute, and oppressed society by supporting this national channel.

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MEK: Iranians will Continue to Protest as long as Mullahs in Power

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While all of the protests stem from the dismal social and economic conditions, the administration makes futile attempts to link them to manufactured adversaries and well-intentioned foreigners.

Iran’s alarming issues have sparked more protests in recent years, and the regime faces unprecedented societal challenges with each new year. Among these protests, we can mention major social protests and movements such as those by residents of Sistan and Baluchestan Province, or water rights, protests by the people of Khuzestan, or protests by the people of Isfahan, all of which have the same goal of demanding water rights that have been usurped by the regime’s officials and industries working for the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).

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MEK :Iran’s Mine Workers Exposed to Deathly Working Conditions

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Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

Mining accidents are uncommon around the world, but under the Iranian dictatorship, rules and safety measures are non-existent. Iran is one of the world’s most important mineral producers, ranking 15th among 15 main mineral-rich countries in 2014, with 68 different minerals, 37 billion tons of proved deposits, and over 57 billion tons of prospective reserves worth $770 billion. Mining’s environmental consequences, as well as metallurgical processing, are known to generate substantial occupational health and safety issues, but the Iranian government is unaware of this. Because environmental impact assessments have never been fully realized, Iranian miners risk their lives every day they go to work.

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MEK : Iran’s Nuclear Talks Concerns of New Western Concessions

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Tehran has erected additional “cascades” of advanced centrifuges that may dramatically speed up the process of enriching uranium to weapons-grade levels.

On Monday, the Iranian regime maintained its grip on negotiations with six world powers over its nuclear program, when Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh dismissed the idea that ongoing talks in Vienna might result in an interim agreement that prevents the 2015 Iran nuclear deal from collapsing but does not restore full compliance. Since 2018, when then-US President Donald Trump suspended participation and began reimposing and extending economic penalties, the accord has been on life support.

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MEK Iran: David Sassoli, President of the European Parliament Passed Away

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David Sassoli served as  President of the European Parliament, supporting the Iranian Resistance and the rights of the Iranian people in their fight against the mullahs’ oppression.

 

David Sassoli, the President of the European Parliament, died after being hospitalized for several months due to a weakened immune system. The European Parliament has been chaired by David Sassoli, a 65-year-old Italian socialist, since July 2019, and his tenure was set to finish at the end of this month. Since 2009, he has served in the European Parliament as a member of the Socialist group.

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MEK Iran: Iranian Women Fighting for Social Justice

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Aliyeh Motallebzadeh On November 26, 2016, she was summoned and arrested by the Intelligence Ministry.

On Monday, January 10, the administrators of Evin Prison transported Aliyah Motallebzadeh to Qarchak Prison on the orders of Tehran’s Prosecutor. According to a reliable source, all phones in Evin’s women’s ward were disconnected once the news was announced on Monday afternoon. Aliyeh Motallebzadeh, a women’s rights activist and photographer, is the vice-president of Iran’s Association of Freedom of the Press. On October 11, 2020, she began serving her sentence in Evin Prison.

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MEK Iran: Mohammad Mohaddessin Interviewed About MEK’s ‘Resistance Units’

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Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, was interviewed by the NCRI to further discuss this evolving topic.

 

While the Iranian regime is beset by home difficulties and international isolation, the year 2021 saw a new high in protests and growing disturbances. Eight enormous protests and revolutions around Iran are a strong indication of the vast majority’s yearning for the downfall of Iran’s governing religious dictatorship.

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MEK Iran: Mullahs’ Regime is to Blame for Iran’s Road Fatalities

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Hadianfar, tried to blame drivers for accidents in Iran, in addition to native automobile manufacturers, while ignoring the regime’s catastrophic policies and criminal conduct.

 

The number of road fatalities in Iran has climbed dramatically, according to the regime’s traffic chief, despite the fact that Iran already has one of the world’s poorest traffic safety records, with accidents being one of the country’s main causes of death.” The number of casualties this year [Iranian calendar ending March 2022] has increased,” stated Brigadier-General Kamal Hadianfar, the regime’s traffic chief, on Wednesday, January 12. He blamed domestic automakers for producing “death chariots,” noting that “none of the cars’ airbags functioned” in the recent tragic chain accident involving 50 cars in southern Iran, which killed two individuals and injured more than two dozen more.

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