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MEK Iran: Regime Hiding Number of Those Killed in November Uprising and Coronavirus Outbreak

coronavirus and 2019 Iran uprising

Iranian regime refuses telling the truth about victims of coronavirus and November uprising in Iran

The Iranian regime is still hiding the true number of people killed by the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) during their brutal suppression of the November 2019 uprising against the mullahs.

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MEK Iran: The IRGC is Hoarding Health Masks and Disinfectants

MEK Iran: The IRGC is Hoarding Health Masks and Disinfectants

MEK Iran: The IRGC is Hoarding Health Masks and Disinfectants

In the meantime, according to most reports published by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) the death rate is accelerating with more than 2600 deaths to date.

The most important use of face masks according to medical authorities is to issue them to those who have COVID-19 so as to protect the further transmission of the virus. They are of little use as a protective device for those who want to protect themselves from getting the virus unless they are a very specialized design.  Despite this, the Iranian regime is allegedly hoarding both masks and disinfectant, therefore, denying them to those who most need them to help reduce transmission rates.

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: 23 CHILDREN KILLED IN NOVEMBER UPRISINGS IN IRAN

Amnesty International: 23 Children Killed in November Uprisings

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: 23 CHILDREN KILLED IN NOVEMBER UPRISINGS IN IRAN

They Shot Our Children:’ Killings of Minors in Iran’s November 2019 Protests details the illegal and brutal actions taken by the Iranian regime against its citizens during last year’s protests, which included using lethal force on children as young as 8 to 12 years old.

On Wednesday, Amnesty International published a report describing the brutal deaths of at least 23 children at the hands of Iranian regime security forces during the November Uprisings last year. ‘They Shot Our Children:’ Killings of Minors in Iran’s November 2019 Protests details the illegal and brutal actions taken by the Iranian regime against its citizens during last year’s protests, which included using lethal force on children as young as 8 to 12 years old.

23 Children Killed in November Uprisings

22 of the victims were boys ranging in age from 12 to 17, and one was a girl who appeared to be between the ages of 8 and 12.

According to the Amnesty report, 22 of the victims were boys ranging in age from 12 to 17, and one was a girl who appeared to be between the ages of 8 and 12. At least 22 of the victims were killed by live ammunition by security forces who illegally opened fire into crowds of unarmed protesters and bystanders during the uprisings.

“In recent months an increasingly gruesome picture has emerged of the extent to which Iranian security forces unlawfully used lethal force to crush last year’s nationwide protests. However, it is still devastating to learn that the number of children who fell victim to this brutality is so shockingly high,” said Philip Luther, Research and Advocacy Director for the Middle East and North Africa at Amnesty International in a briefing about the report.

“There must be independent and impartial investigations into these killings, and those suspected of ordering and carrying them out must be prosecuted in fair trials,” he emphasized.

Amnesty gathered evidence for its report from a number of sources, including videos, photos, death certificates, eyewitnesses accounts, family interviews, and information from local human rights activists and journalists. The report found that ten children died from bullet wounds to the head or chest, which backs up earlier claims from MEK sources that security forces used kill shots when firing on crowds.

Two children died from massive trauma, according to their death certificates. One of the children suffered a “crushed brain and a shattered skull.” The other died from “extensive internal bleeding, and a pierced heart and lung.”

In another case, some reports say that the child was beaten to death by security forces, sustaining massive head trauma in the process. Conflicting reports say that the child was fatally shot multiple times in the face at close range by metal pellets.

The children’s deaths occurred between November 16-18, leading Luther to remark: “The fact that the vast majority of the children’s deaths took place over just two days is further evidence that Iranian security forces went on a killing spree to quash dissent at any cost.”

The report also describes the regime’s attempts to cover up the violent deaths by refusing to hand over the children’s phones to their parents, handing over bodies over victims wrapped in shrouds minutes before their funerals, demanding that families bury their loved ones quickly and quietly, and threatening to kill parents’ surviving children if they spoke out.

“As if the loss of their loved ones was not cruel enough an experience to bear, families of children killed during the protests are facing a ruthless campaign of harassment to intimidate them from speaking out,” said Luther.

According to the MEK, 1,500 people were killed by regime security forces during the November Uprisings and another 12,000 were arrested. MEK sources have reported that many of those arrested during the protests have been tortured.

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Iranians and MEK Resistance Units Protest Regime’s Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK), has been monitoring the situation and it has reported that more than 1200 Iranians have died, with the number increasing all the time.

The death toll in Iran is rising as the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation grows increasingly worrying. There are major concerns that Iran is facing a national crisis but the Iranian regime is continuing to act with secrecy and deception, denying that hundreds of people have already died after contracting the virus.

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK), has been monitoring the situation and it has reported that more than 1200 Iranians have died, with the number increasing all the time.

Despite what the Iranian regime claims, there have been at least 300 deaths in Qom, more than 215 in Tehran, and at least 100 in the province of Mazandaran. The PMOI / MEK has also established that 23 people have died in Lorestan, 45 in Arak and Saveh, 46 in Isfahan, Homayounshahr and Najafabad, 24 in Kashan, 82 in Gilan, 60 in Mashhad and 11 in Sorkh Hesar. Several deaths have also been reported in Bandar Abbas, Kermanshah, Karaj, Semnan, Yasuj, Yazd, Ilam, Neyshabour and Hamadan.

Despite these reports, the regime is maintaining that less than 50 people have died and that only 650 people have contracted the virus.

The people of Iran are understandably worried and anxious about the situation, and also angry that the regime has hidden information from them and tried to conceal the reality. This is why people across the country have been taking to the streets, accompanied by MEK Resistance Units. They are blaming the Iranian regime for the deaths of the people that have contracted Coronavirus.

Such was their anger that they are burning pictures of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in the streets. The people and the Resistance Units were writing slogans against the regime on walls and made it very clear that they are working towards the overthrow of the violent and corrupt mullahs that are in control of the country.

In the country’s capital, slogans on the wall conveyed the overriding sentiment. Resistance Units described the regime as the “main virus”. Elsewhere, in cities the whole way across the country, protesters burned posters of Qasem Soleimani, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) that was killed during a drone strike carried out by the United States in Iraq at the beginning of January.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to urgently intervene in Iran to assess the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation. More and more people in Iran are going to become vulnerable to the illness that can be deadly for vulnerable people.

The regime’s shocking mismanagement of the crisis should not come as a surprise, considering that the people of Iran are never made a priority. Thankfully the people are supported by the MEK that is present both inside and outside the country. Without the MEK, the rest of the world would be less aware of the regime’s belligerence.

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Sheehan certainly has the credentials to evaluate Hakamian’s newly released book as he is a leading Iran policy scholar and a professor at Baltimore University. This review was published in last Thursday’s Washington Times.

Iran’s resurgent resistance”-A book on MEK Iran – Ashraf 3

Sheehan certainly has the credentials to evaluate Hakamian’s newly released book as he is a leading Iran policy scholar and a professor at Baltimore University. This review was published in last Thursday’s Washington Times.

This book is based on a bipartisan delegation that visited Ashraf 3 in Albania which is currently the home of thousands of People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK), members.

Professor Ivan Sascha Sheehan a leading Iran policy scholar and a professor at Baltimore University has recently published a book titled “Iran’s Resurgent Resistance”, about bipartisan U.S. delegation visit to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK)‘s main offices in Albania, Ashraf 3.  A review of this book was published on Thursday, February 27th, 2020’s edition in Washington Times.

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The country’s Health Ministry revealed on Thursday that there were 100 new cases and the total stood at least at 250.

Iran Regime’s Effort to Control Information is at Odds With Its Efforts to Curtail Corona-virus

 The country’s Health Ministry revealed on Thursday that there were 100 new cases and the total stood at least at 250.

Efforts by the present regime in Iran to try to conceal the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Iran haven’t been successful, as the world is fully aware of the impact of the independent news report.

Efforts by the present regime in Iran to try to conceal the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Iran haven’t been successful, as the world is fully aware of the impact from independent news reports that have revealed the truth of the impact of the virus on the Iranian people. One of the leaks contained the fact that 50 people had already lost their lives to the virus in the city of Qom.

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An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

Giulio Terzi: Regime’s Sham Elections Are Undemocratic

 

An infography of how the "election" takes place in Iran under the Velayat-Faqih rule in Iran

A simple explanation of why “elections” in Iran under the rule of the current religious dictatorship is a farce

On Thursday, Townhall.com published an article by former Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi analyzing the Majlis (parliamentary) elections on Friday and the anticipated effects of a nationwide election boycott on the regime’s legitimacy.

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MEK Iran: Regime Trying to Prolong Its Survival

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As Iranian people boycott the regime’s election, the West must stop appeasing the mullahs

The Iranian parliamentary elections will be held on Friday, but given that the regime is facing a multitude of domestic and international crises, the real focus is on trying to prevent the fall of the regime.

In previous elections, the regime created the false distinctions of “Hardliner” and “Reformist” to make it seem like the Iranian people have a choice in these elections and give the regime legitimacy on the international stage. After all, there seemed to the West like there was a chance for the mullahs to reform internally and bring democracy to Iran.

Thus, the West opened a dialogue with the regime, which led to the appeasement policy and the ignoring of the Iranian people’s resistance. This reached its peak with the signing of the 2015 nuclear deal, which gave the regime billions of dollars to use for its warmongering and terrorism.

The  Iranian people’s uprisings in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 have demonstrated that the people reject the regime in its entirety, labeling reformists and hardliners as two sides of the same coin. While demanding freedom and democracy, the people chanted, “Reformist, Hardliner, the game is over”.

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Regime's lies never end

MEK Iran: Iranian Regime’s Lies and Deceptions Never End

Regime's lies never end

Regime’s lies never end

Since the Iranian regime has been in power in Iran, it has told non-stop lies and has deceived both its own citizens and the international community time and time again. In fact, the regime was founded on a lie. When Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini took power, he told the people of Iran that he was sent to be God’s representative on Earth with regards to the establishment of the absolute rule of the clergy (or Velayat-e-faqih).

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Maryam Rajavi to Spanish Magazine: Regime is on Brink of Overthrow

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Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of NCRI

Earlier this month the Spanish magazine El Espanol interviewed Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), about her thoughts on the current state of affairs in Iran and the future of the MEK Iran and Iranian Resistance. The interview was published in the magazine’s February 8, 2020 edition and includes Mrs. Rajavi’s recommendations on EU policy toward the Iranian regime.

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