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Iran: Embassy attack in Tehran leads to smear campaign against MEK

The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has been caught publishing false information about the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on a suspicious website called “Azariha website” on February 5, 2023.

The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has been caught publishing false information about the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on a suspicious website called “Azariha website” on February 5, 2023.

 

 

This action was taken in an effort to evade the implications of the conspiracy and crime committed at the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Tehran.

The article published by the website makes false claims about the attacker (Yasin Hosseinzadeh, known as Safar), and the relationship between the MEK and the Republic of Azerbaijan. The website alleges that the attacker suffered from a mental disorder and was engaged in smuggling activities related to the MEK and the Pan-Azeris. However, the MEK has no information or contact with Yasin Hosseinzadeh or his brother.

 

The birth certificate of Yasin Hosseinzadeh, which was published by the IRGC news agency, clearly states that he was born in 1969 and was a minor at the time of the revolution, and thus could not be a MEK affiliate.

The birth certificate of Yasin Hosseinzadeh, which was published by the IRGC news agency, clearly states that he was born in 1969 and was a minor at the time of the revolution, and thus could not be a MEK affiliate.

 

The website also claims that the MEK has offices in Azerbaijan and that a member of the parliament of Azerbaijan, Saber Rostam Khanli, attended the annual meeting of the MEK in Albania and gave a speech in support of the organization. However, these claims are also false. The MEK does not have any offices or representation in Azerbaijan, and Mr. Saber Rostam Khanli did not attend the annual meeting of the MEK in Albania, nor did he give a speech. His message of support was given online in 2021.

The visit of the President of Azerbaijan to Albania was not related to the MEK. The MOIS’s claims about the relationship between the two countries and the MEK are unfounded. The Security and Counterterrorism Committee has demanded the presence of the representatives and lawyers of the Republic of Azerbaijan during the investigations into this case in Tehran, and the publication of the results of the investigations for public information.

It is evident that the MOIS is trying to spread false information in order to cover up the implications of the crime committed at the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Tehran. The Security and Counterterrorism Committee will ensure that the truth is brought to light.

 

 


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On February 8, several members of the 118th United States House of Representatives introduced House Resolution number 100 which expresses support for the Iranian people’s desire to establish a democratic, secular, and nonnuclear Republic of Iran.

U.S. House Lawmakers Support Iranian People’s Desire for a Democratic, and Secular Iran

On February 8, several members of the 118th United States House of Representatives introduced House Resolution number 100 which expresses support for the Iranian people’s desire to establish a democratic, secular, and nonnuclear Republic of Iran.

On February 8, several members of the 118th United States House of Representatives introduced House Resolution number 100 which expresses support for the Iranian people’s desire to establish a democratic, secular, and nonnuclear Republic of Iran.

 

The resolution was submitted by 165 members of Congress from both the Republican and the Democratic parties. At 9:30 Eastern Time, several members of the U.S. Congress will take to the podium to express their thoughts and offer comments about the initiative that strongly supports the current uprising in Iran and the Iranian’s struggle for regime change.

Americans still celebrate our own struggle for liberation nearly 2 1/2 centuries ago, our own victory over tyranny and oppression. And we still recall that the stronger we stood the more allies rallied to our cause from around the world. This is why we’re standing today in a free land and why Iranians will surely soon stand upon the free soil of their own country once again. There are more original co-sponsors on this resolution than we saw when a similar measure was introduced two years ago. 

 

Rep. Tom McClintock (R/CA)

Rep. Tom McClintock (R/CA)

 

Mahsa was not the first martyr for Iranian liberation. We remember the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners and so many others who have fallen to the death committees of this regime for merely defending their own liberty and dignity. The guilt for these atrocities extends to the highest levels of this regime. 

With this resolution, Congress is expressing the plain truth of the matter by citing so many instances of human rights abuses and terrorism cloaked in diplomacy. The bipartisan House majority is telling the Iranian people and the world that it stands with the organized resistance against the tyrannical rulers who have wrecked their country and plagued the Middle East with terrorism and brutality. 

 

Rep. Greg Stanton (R/AR)

Rep. Greg Stanton (R/AR)

 

For decades the Iranian regime has violated the most basic of human rights. It has done so as a state sponsor of terrorism and it has done so against its own people especially women and girls, limiting their ability limiting their freedom to dress how they like, to own property, to receive an education, or to earn a living. 

I’m proud to stand here today among a bipartisan group with one message: America is united and steadfast in our support for the brave Iranians demanding a better future for each of us. 

 

 


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The regime's media outlets, including satellite channels, websites, newspapers, and social media accounts, are used to spread disinformation and sway public opinion in favor of the regime's political interests

Iran regime boosts propaganda spending amid protests and public discontent

The regime's media outlets, including satellite channels, websites, newspapers, and social media accounts, are used to spread disinformation and sway public opinion in favor of the regime's political interests

The regime’s media outlets, including satellite channels, websites, newspapers, and social media accounts, are used to spread disinformation and sway public opinion in favor of the regime’s political interests.

 

 

In Iran, state propaganda plays a major role in shaping and manipulating public opinion. The regime’s media outlets, including satellite channels, websites, newspapers, and social media accounts, are used to spread disinformation and sway public opinion in favor of the regime’s political interests. With a large financial investment in these media outlets, it’s clear how important propaganda is to the regime’s survival.

The Ministry of Intelligence and National Security is responsible for implementing this psychological warfare and disinformation. However, this kind of propaganda has not gone unnoticed. Big social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, have had to remove fake accounts and robots that were promoting the regime’s agenda. Additionally, some countries have had to admit that the regime is interfering with their media and internal affairs.

 

Big social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, have had to remove fake accounts and robots that were promoting the regime's agenda. Additionally, some countries have had to admit that the regime is interfering with their media and internal affairs.

Big social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, have had to remove fake accounts and robots that were promoting the regime’s agenda. Additionally, some countries have had to admit that the regime is interfering with their media and internal affairs.

 

The budget of the Broadcasting Supervisory Council, which is made up of 8 members, has also increased by 61% to $325,000 for 2023. In just 2 years, the budget of this council has more than doubled.

It’s worth noting that 6 out of 8 members of this council were chosen by high-ranking regime officials, including the president and the head of the judiciary. Despite the fact that many social institutions have seen their budgets reduced, the regime’s media has the audacity to question public frustration over the increase in the budget of the Radio and Television institutions.

In a recent article, the state-run Shargh daily claimed that the regime’s “strong” and “popular” media serves as a deterrent to the enemy’s plans. In defense of the budget increase, they stated that if this amount of money is not allocated to the institution, the antenna will experience a significant decrease in the quantity and quality of broadcasts, preventing the IRIB from producing and broadcasting “excellent” works.

 

The nationwide protests that began in September 2022 have led the regime to increase the budget of its broadcasting service, the IRIB, by 42% compared to the previous year.

The nationwide protests that began in September 2022 have led the regime to increase the budget of its broadcasting service, the IRIB, by 42% compared to the previous year.

 

According to the Shargh daily, the parliament should not listen to its opponents and, bypassing the desired budget, it should “expand the conditions for artistic production and improve its works based on justice.”

It’s not surprising that a media outlet that only promotes the ideals and intentions of a theocratic regime is not well received by the public. The people are understandably boycotting such media in the age of free communication.

 

The only thing being wasted here is the people's wealth and capital, at a time when the poverty line is rapidly increasing. The regime's propaganda may have worked in the past, but it seems that its days are numbered as the people continue to rise up against it.

The only thing being wasted here is the people’s wealth and capital, at a time when the poverty line is rapidly increasing. The regime’s propaganda may have worked in the past, but it seems that its days are numbered as the people continue to rise up against it.

 

 

 

 


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An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter Scale hit the city of Khoy, West Azerbaijan province, in northwest Iran on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Despite a week passing since the earthquake, the situation for the victims remains critical and the government's response has been insufficient.

Khoy earthquake: Victims still stranded one week after disaster

An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter Scale hit the city of Khoy, West Azerbaijan province, in northwest Iran on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Despite a week passing since the earthquake, the situation for the victims remains critical and the government's response has been insufficient.

An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter Scale hit the city of Khoy, West Azerbaijan province, in northwest Iran on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Despite a week passing since the earthquake, the situation for the victims remains critical and the government’s response has been insufficient.

 

 

The earthquake caused significant destruction, with reports indicating that over 3,500 residential units were damaged, with damages ranging from 20-80%. The earthquake also caused widespread closures of bakeries, stores, restaurants, and service centers, exacerbating people’s difficulties in meeting their basic daily needs.

Despite the destruction and suffering caused by the earthquake, the government has yet to take any serious measures to help the victims. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Basij forces were deployed to the area, but given the lack of resources, they have been unable to undertake any repairs or provide public assistance. The government has also ruled that public assistance to earthquake victims is subject to its discretion.

 

The distribution of food and other basic necessities has been chaotic, with earthquake victims still not having access to tents or other means of shelter.

The distribution of food and other basic necessities has been chaotic, with earthquake victims still not having access to tents or other means of shelter.

 

Some Khoy residents have reported having to share tents and only receiving two plates of food for 12 people. The closures of stores and restaurants have also left people without access to food.

In response to the government’s mismanagement of the disaster, there have been protests in the affected areas. Iranian security forces have clamped down on these protests and have used a water cannon to disperse people who had gathered in front of the regional administration building in Khoy.

The situation for the victims of the Khoy earthquake remains critical, and people have lost hope in receiving government assistance. 400 families in a village have been left without tents, despite some tents being sent to the area. Government authorities have quickly dispatched anti-riot forces, and have declared the earthquake-affected areas as security zones.

 

According to government officials, anyone voluntarily coming to the area to provide independent assistance will be arrested.

According to government officials, anyone voluntarily coming to the area to provide independent assistance will be arrested.

 

One resident of Khoy spoke about the situation, “The earthquake was so awful that no one from the authorities came to help us. We are in dire need of tents. I cry. The situation here is terrible. For God’s sake, take care of us here. The situation is horrible. Give us tents. Everyone is in need. God knows we are stranded; please reach out to us.”

Despite the dire situation, the government has yet to take meaningful action to help the victims of the Khoy earthquake. People are left without basic necessities and without hope for the future.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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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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Torching regime symbols in various cities on the anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution

Iran Nationwide Uprising – Nightly protests Day 141

Torching regime symbols in various cities on the anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution

Torching regime symbols in various cities on the anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution.

 

 

On Friday evening, February 3, the 141st night of the nationwide uprising, residents in various neighborhoods of Tehran, including Narmak, Sohrvardi, Shahrak Bagheri, Shahrziba, and Shahrak Nagin Gharb, chanted slogans such as “Death to bloodthirsty Khamenei,” “Death to the dictator,” “Death to child-killer rulers,” “Death to the rule of execution” and “Death to the Supreme Leader after many long years of crimes” from their balconies and rooftops.

Defiant youths in Sanandaj staged nightly demonstrations chanting “Death to Khamenei” and “Death to the dictator” and block the road by lighting fire. On Friday, people and worshipers in Sanandaj protested the abduction of Sunni clerics, Ebrahim Karimi and Luqman Amini, by gathering outside the Nanle Mosque chanting “Death to the dictator” and “Death to the agent” and demanded their release.

The activities of defiant youths continued on the eve of the anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution in 1979. The state banners and pictures of Ruhollah Khomeini and Ali Khamenei were set on fire and destroyed by the youths in Tehran’s Imam Ali highway, Mashhad, Nowshahr, Shush, Somesara, Nikshahr, Yazd, Qazvin, Hamedan, and Kermanshah.


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The Iranian regime has announced its decision to sell public properties, a move that is being referred to as the largest "state corruption" since the regime took power.

Iran’s clerical regime desperately selling public assets to stay afloat

The Iranian regime has announced its decision to sell public properties, a move that is being referred to as the largest "state corruption" since the regime took power.

The Iranian regime has announced its decision to sell public properties, a move that is being referred to as the largest “state corruption” since the regime took power.

 

The plan is being supervised by a delegation of seven top officials close to the regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, who has been granted impunity over their decisions on what to sell. This plan comes after nearly two decades of a so-called “privatization plan” and is considered Tehran’s last-ditch effort to compensate for its huge budget deficit. The lion’s share of the budget goes to the regime’s security apparatus, mainly the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). With the privatization plan, the IRGC has succeeded in dominating the country’s financial streams, and with the new plan, it would literally own the country.

Many officials and state media are protesting the lack of transparency in this plan, as well as the potential problems it could create. The chief of the delegation, Mohammad Mokhber, is the former head of the Execution of Khomeini’s Order (EIKO), Khamenei’s major plundering conglomerate. Another member of the delegation, Ahmad Vahidi, the interior minister, is a top IRGC commander and is wanted for the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center in Argentina.

Under this plan, the delegation will auction all properties belonging to ministries, universities, state institutions, governmental companies, banks, government credit institutions, and insurance companies, as well as surplus assets of Iran’s national oil, gas, and petrochemical companies, the Central Bank, Iran’s mineral industries, and maritime affairs. This could earn the regime roughly $445 billion based on current dollar exchange rates.

 

 

The government claims that the “private sector” will benefit from this plan, but there is no “private sector” in Iran. In reality, this term is the acronym of the IRGC. The government has been criticized for not reducing unnecessary expenses and budgets, and instead choosing to auction public and future generations’ property.

Many parliament members have also protested the approval of the “production of government assets law,” which is considered by many as the code name for auctioning the country. The lack of transparency and the fact that semi-governmental institutions like the IRGC are taking control instead of governmental institutions have also been criticized.

The ongoing nationwide uprising has rattled the regime’s foundation. Khamenei has sensed his regime’s imminent downfall. So, like Shah in his last days, Khamenei intends to auction the country, keep its vast security apparatus afoot and export as much capital as he and his accomplices are able to.

 

The growing calls for regime change within Iran have created the ideal environment for the international community, particularly European countries, to side with the Iranian people by sanctioning the IRGC and increasing pressure on the regime.

 

 


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The latest protests in Abdanan, western Iran, and other cities across the country demonstrate how determined the Iranian people are to continue their nationwide anti-regime uprising.

Iranians from all walks of life join anti-regime protests

The latest protests in Abdanan, western Iran, and other cities across the country demonstrate how determined the Iranian people are to continue their nationwide anti-regime uprising.

The latest protests in Abdanan, western Iran, and other cities across the country demonstrate how determined the Iranian people are to continue their nationwide anti-regime uprising.

 

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.MEK Resistance Units members projected a large image of Iranian Resistance Leader Massoud Rajavi and opposition coalition NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi near the city’s expressway in Gachsaran, Kohgiluyeh, Boyer Ahmad Province, and Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, northwest Iran.

 

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On Friday, February 3, the 141st day of the nationwide uprising, thousands of Zahedan residents once again staged anti-regime demonstrations after Friday prayers despite extensive arrests and severe suppressive measures by IRGC and other oppressive forces.

Iran Nationwide Uprising – Day 141

On Friday, February 3, the 141st day of the nationwide uprising, thousands of Zahedan residents once again staged anti-regime demonstrations after Friday prayers despite extensive arrests and severe suppressive measures by IRGC and other oppressive forces.

On Friday, February 3, the 141st day of the nationwide uprising, thousands of Zahedan residents once again staged anti-regime demonstrations after Friday prayers despite extensive arrests and severe suppressive measures by IRGC and other oppressive forces.

 

Protesters chanted, “Death to Khamenei,” “Death to the oppressor, be it the Shah or the Leader (Khamenei),” “We have no fear of death or jail, we will stand until the end,” “We pledge to the blood of our comrades – we will stand until the end,” “I will kill whoever killed my brother,” and “Political prisoner must be released,” “Death to the Supreme Leader after many long years of crimes.

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