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Maryam Rajavi: Arisen Women Have Come to Bring Down the Regime

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Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), delivered a speech to the people of Iran celebrating the courage of the women of the MEK and Iranian Resistance who are bravely fighting for a free and democratic country.

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Fallen for Freedom in Iran

Iranian Regime Killed as Many as 1,000 Protesters, the US State Department’s Top Iran Envoy Says

Fallen for Freedom in Iran

On December 4, 2019, the People’s Mojahedin MEK announced that the number of those killed by the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces during the nationwide uprising that has surpassed 1000.

Iranian regime “could have murdered over 1,000 Iranian citizens,” in recent protests, according to the US State Department Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook.

In a press briefing on Wednesday, Hook talked about the violence inflicted upon demonstrators, describing one incident in which he said U.S. officials believe Iranian regime’s security forces opened fire with machine guns on a large crowd of protesters, killing more than 100 and then loading their bodies onto trucks to be carted away.

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Maryam Rajavi’s Message to Congress

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Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, sent a message to the US Congress entitled, “Iran Uprising: The Nation Rises for Freedom”, in which she laid out the case for the international community to put extra pressure on the Iranian regime.

She began by thanking US politicians for the support they’d already shown to the Iranian people and Resistance in their struggle for freedom in Iran, noting that several of them from both parties have recently voiced support to the Iranian uprising.

Rajavi said:

“They showed that the representatives of American democracy stand by the people of Iran. On behalf of the people of Iran, I sincerely thank them.”

She explained that the protests, which began on November 15, have now spread to over 200 cities, but as the protests grow, so too does the crackdown. She cited that over 1,000 protesters have been “murdered in cold blood” by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC); something that can be seen in video clips that are emerging from Iran. In Gorgan, a video shows an IRGC commander shooting a young man from close range before another guard strikes him with an ax.


In addition to the murders, 4,000 have been wounded and 12,000 have been arrested, but the protests continue.

Rajavi said:

“The brave young Iranians have remained defiant in the face of this brutality. Vast regions of the city of Shiraz in southern Iran, with 2 million residents were in the hands of people for two days. In some other cities, people took over the control of many districts from the IRGC.
The people of Iran showed that they will not be satisfied with anything less than the regime’s overthrow.”

She noted that the uprising shows that the mullahs’ regime has no support among the people and has no solutions to offer for the political and economic crises facing Iran.

She further said that this proved that the Resistance could build an organized movement and that the only solution to the crises in Iran and across the Middle East is the overthrow of the Iranian regime, so the protests will not stop until this happens.

Rajavi said:

“Unfortunately, the international community has not responded to all these arrests and carnage properly. This is the continuation of the same trend which gave impunity to the perpetrators of the massacre of political prisoners in the 1980s and especially in 1988 when the current leaders of the regime were responsible for the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners.”


She urged the international community to end this impunity, as is their responsibility, and force the regime to stop the torture and execution of protesters.

Rajavi said:

“It is time for the international community, especially the European Union and the United States, to recognize the struggle and the resistance of the Iranian people to overthrow the clerical regime and support their right to resist against suppression and repression. The people of Iran expect Congress to lead the way in recognizing this noble right. A free and democratic Iran is not only the urgent desire of the people of Iran but is essential for peace and security in the Middle East and the world.”

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US Senate briefing on Iran protests

U.S. Senate Briefed on 20th Day of Protests

US Senate briefing on Iran protests

US Senate briefing on Iran protests, December 4, 2019

Wednesday, December 4th marked the 20th consecutive day of protests since the Iranian regime announced a massive price increase on gasoline, triggering a nationwide anti-regime uprising. Protesters in 189 cities have called for the overthrow of the clerical regime, citing its corruption and repression of the Iranian people.

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Iranian regime admits security forces have killed the protesters in November, 2019

Iranian Regime Admits that Protesters Were Killed by Security Forces

Iranian regime admits security forces have killed the protesters in November, 2019

Iranian regime admits security forces have killed the protesters in November 2019

The Iranian regime acknowledged that its security forces shot and killed protesters in November uprising.

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Zarif's trip to Italy was canceled because of Iran protests

Zarif Will not Attend Italian Summit Because of Iran Protests

Zarif's trip to Italy was canceled because of Iran protests

Zarif’s trip to Italy was canceled because of Iran protests

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will no longer attend the Mediterranean Dialogues forum in Rome this Friday, according to Italy’s Adnkronos news agency, possibly because of the ongoing Iran uprising that is disrupting the country and the regime’s record of human rights violations.

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Iran protests on its 20th consecutive day

On 20th Day of Protests, World Leaders Offer Support, Maryam Rajavi Demands Justice

Iran protests on its 20th consecutive day

MEK: Iran Protests on its 20th consecutive day- File Photo

December 4rd marked the 20th day since nationwide anti-regime protests broke out in Iran after the mullahs announced a sudden increase in gasoline prices. Protests continue despite a massive crackdown by the regime’s security forces, with the death toll exceeding 1000, according to Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) sources.

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Iranians Protest against crackdown in Iran- Paris

Iranians Hold Solidarity Protest with Iran People in France

Iranians Protest against crackdown in Iran- Paris

Iranians Protest against the crackdown in Iran- Paris

The Iranian community in France and the supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK)  held a rally in Paris’ Trocadero Square to show their support for the Iranian uprising that has been raging since November 15 and has been the subject of a brutal crackdown by the regime’s security forces that left at least 1000 protesters dead.

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Fallen for Freedom in November 2019 Uprising Across Iran

Iran uprising: Day 19

Fallen for Freedom in November 2019 Uprising Across Iran

Fallen for Freedom in November 2019 Uprising Across Iran

The Iranian uprising entered its nineteenth consecutive day on Thursday, spreading to at least 189 cities, according to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), and continued to be met with repression by the Iranian regime.

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Merchants Strike in Iran Protest

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Iran Protests entered its nineteenth continues day- File Photo

Anti-regime protests in Iran entered their nineteenth consecutive day on Tuesday, have spread to 187 cities, according to the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK), despite an extensive and brutal crackdown that left 750 protesters dead, 4,000 injured, and 12,000 arrested.

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