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The MEK's growing influence in the recent uprisings has been publicly warned by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

Michael Rubin’s MEK-bashing benefits Iran’s oppressive regime

In a Townhall commentary published on January 24, Ali Safavi of the NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee rebutted Michael Rubin's latest diatribe against the Iranian Resistance, his fourth in less than a month.

In a Townhall commentary published on January 24, Ali Safavi of the NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee rebutted Michael Rubin’s latest diatribe against the Iranian Resistance, his fourth in less than a month.

 

 

Safavi highlights Rubin’s shady past, including two trips to Iran in the 1990s and ties to an Iraqi double agent, Ahmed Chalabi, and debunks his ridiculous portrayal of the MEK as a cult. Rubin’s “superfluous demand that MEK members must prove to him that they have disagreements with its leadership are not only childish tantrums but mirror the demands of regime interrogators and torturers in the “death commissions”. “In the context of American history, that’s like calling Continental Army officers atop Brooklyn Heights ‘cult’ members unless they can show that they wrote letters of protest to George Washington during the 1776 New York campaign!” Safavi wrote.

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People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.

Protests continue all across Iran, as workers demand their legitimate rights

People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime's corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.

People from all walks of life are continuing to protest the regime in various cities across Iran. Retired telecommunications workers and teachers took to the streets on Monday to protest the regime’s corrupt policies and plundering, as the economy continues to deteriorate.

 

 

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. On Tuesday evening, residents in Tehran’s Shahran, Narmak, and Molla Sadra districts began chanting anti-regime slogans directed specifically at Khamenei and the mullahs’ entire apparatus. “Death to Khamenei!” “Death to the mullahs’ regime principle!”

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Protests in Iran have spread to at least 282 cities to date. According to Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) sources, the regime's forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters

Iranian protests continue: Workers demand rights, locals chant anti-regime slogans

Protests in Iran have spread to at least 282 cities to date. According to Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) sources, the regime's forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters

Protests in Iran have spread to at least 282 cities to date. According to Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) sources, the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. The PMOI/MEK has released the names of 637 killed protesters.

 

Cities across Iran are seeing more protests in the form of workers demanding their rights holding rallies and going on strike, night rallies with locals in different parts of Tehran and other cities chanting anti-regime slogans, and various types of attacks targeting the regime’s sites and symbols. These measures are aimed specifically at regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the paramilitary Basij, plainclothes agents, and even spies working among the locals in various cities and towns.

On Sunday morning, Cryptoland online exchange investors protested outside the regime’s judiciary building in Tehran, demanding that the IRGC return their stolen funds. These users have been protesting for two years, but authorities have yet to act on their demands. Crypto land had approximately 289,000 users, many of whom lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the online marketplace.

 

 

On Saturday night, residents of Tehran’s various districts, including Tehranpars, Ekbatan, and others, began chanting anti-regime slogans directed at Khamenei and his crackdown apparatus. “This is the year Seyed Ali (Khamenei) is deposed!” one of the slogans said. “What a long history of crime!” Death to the regime of the mullahs!”

Freedom-loving Iranians and MEK supporters have recently gathered in cities throughout Europe, the United States, and Canada. These rallies are in support of the ongoing Iran revolution protests, honoring victims of the regime’s atrocities, and urging the European Union and its member states to outlaw and designate the IRGC as a terrorist organization.

 

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has reiterated the Iranian people’s and organized resistance’s determination to fight the mullahs’ theocratic rule and bring freedom and democracy to Iran.

“It is time for Western governments to recognize the Iranian people’s struggle for regime change,” the NCRI President-elect said, emphasizing the importance of the West designating the regime’s IRGC as a terrorist organization.

 

 


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National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

Advocating for Iranian women’s rights: The NCRI Women’s Committee

National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women’s Committee is an active organization working to promote women’s rights both inside and outside of Iran.

 

The committee is one of 25 committees of the NCRI and is a major source of information about the plight of women in Iran. The NCRI Women’s Committee is actively involved with many women’s rights organizations, NGOs, and the Iranian diaspora. They attend meetings of the UN Women, the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), the Human Rights Council, and other international or regional conferences on women’s issues. They also engage in a relentless battle against the Iranian regime’s misogyny.

 

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On Tuesday, January 17, the European Parliament held a debate and plenary session on the current situation in Iran, focusing on the nationwide uprising and the European Union's obligations in light of recent developments in Iran.

MEPs urge EU to designate Iran’s IRGC as terrorist organization

On Tuesday, January 17, the European Parliament held a debate and plenary session on the current situation in Iran, focusing on the nationwide uprising and the European Union's obligations in light of recent developments in Iran.

On Tuesday, January 17, the European Parliament held a debate and plenary session on the current situation in Iran, focusing on the nationwide uprising and the European Union’s obligations in light of recent developments in Iran.

 

MEPs from all political parties backed the Iranian people’s revolution. Many of them urged the European Council to designate the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization, citing the organization’s role in killing peaceful protesters and exporting terrorism abroad. They also condemned Iran’s ongoing human rights violations, particularly the recent execution of four detained protesters, and called for Tehran to be held accountable.

“[The clerical regime] is a cruel regime, and we know that there are serious restrictions that go beyond moral and political fears. The IRGC is a key pillar of the regime and must be added to the list of terrorist organizations,” EPP MEP Javier Zarzalejos said on Tuesday.

 

 

While endorsing the Iranian people’s revolution, MEP Hanna Neumann from Germany said: “The regime is under pressure because people in Iran are even willing to die for a brighter future. We, the EU, should not be the ones stabilizing a regime whose own people are fighting for its demise. The IRGC should be added to the list of terrorist organizations.”

MEP Frederique Ries of France’s Renaissance party also supported the Iranian people’s uprising, emphasizing that “we need to be very stringent on the sanctions at the highest level against Iran’s president and the IRGC.”

Prior to Tuesday’s debate, the Friends of Free Iran inter-parliamentary group issued a statement urging MEPs and the European Council to support the Iranian people and label the IRGC a terrorist organization.

 

 

“The nationwide uprising in Iran, which is entering its fifth month, is rooted in more than four decades of the organized resistance of the Iranian people for freedom. “Today, Iranians of all generations and social strata have taken to the streets, demanding an end to the dictatorship,” the statement reads.

“The Iranian regime and its leaders have perpetuated these crimes with impunity for the past four decades, becoming more brutal without accountability. The regime has openly stated that it will not cooperate with the independent international fact-finding mission mandated by the UN Human Rights Council in a special session on November 24, 2022.”

 

 

“We believe that in this situation, cooperation and negotiation with the Iranian regime cannot be justified under any pretext. “The European Union and its member states should blacklist the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist entity for its role in suppressing the people of Iran and its terrorist activities, recall their ambassadors from Iran, and close the regime’s embassies in EU countries, expelling Tehran’s diplomats and agents,” they urged.

 

 

 


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Employees and workers in Iran's oil and gas sector went on strike on Tuesday, continuing the country's nationwide uprising, which marked its 125th day on Wednesday.

Iran’s oil and gas sector strikes in protest of regime’s disastrous policies

Employees and workers in Iran's oil and gas sector went on strike on Tuesday, continuing the country's nationwide uprising, which marked its 125th day on Wednesday.

Employees and workers in Iran’s oil and gas sector went on strike on Tuesday, continuing the country’s nationwide uprising, which marked its 125th day on Wednesday.

 

Yesterday’s protests, which included official Oil Ministry employees, highlight the breadth of anti-regime protests across Iran and the regime’s vulnerability. Despite having the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves and fourth-largest crude oil reserves, the Iranian people are experiencing severe gas shortages.

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.

According to the latest reports, local farmers in Isfahan rallied outside the governor’s office on Wednesday morning, continuing their protests that began yesterday.

 

 

As per other reports from abroad, the European Parliament made a strong move today, voting nearly unanimously to call on the European Union and its Member States to declare the Iranian regime’s IRGC a terrorist organization. 598 European Parliament members voted to accept an amendment proposed by the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, which has now been incorporated into the European Parliament report on the implementation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy.

The amendment “condemns the brutal crackdown by Iran, including the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), on the demonstrators after the death of Mahsa Amini, following her violent arrest, abuse, and ill-treatment by Iran’s ‘morality police’; calls for the EU and its Member States to include the IRGC in the EU’s terrorist list in the light of its terrorist activity, the repression of protesters and its supplying of drones to Russia.”

Official workers of the Aghajari oil and gas company held a protest rally on Tuesday morning, demanding better pay based on the regime’s own laws, an end to additional taxes on their paychecks, raises in pay and retirement pensions, and improved recreational services and hygiene standards.

 

 

Officials from the Cheshme Khosh oil and gas company staged a similar protest. As of the publication of this report, at least 11 such protest rallies had been reported.

Locals gathered in Tehran, the country’s capital, on Tuesday to honor the memory of Mohsen Shekari, a young man arrested for his involvement in recent Iranian revolution protests, prompting authorities to send numerous security units to the scene to prevent any anti-regime protests.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), paid tribute to Mohsen Shekari. “On the 40th day of the martyrdom of Mohsen Shekari, we salute him, and the defiant youths hanged on Khamenei’s order. Their lifeless bodies are the liveliest souls of our time and hoisted flags indicating the continuation of Iran’s protests and revolution,” the NCRI President-elect underscored.

 

 

 


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Iran's protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs' regime and desire to overthrow it.

Iran: Severe gas shortages as protests continue across the nation

Iran's protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs' regime and desire to overthrow it.

Iran’s protests are continuing, with more people taking to the streets at night to express their disdain for the mullahs’ regime and desire to overthrow it.

 

 

Protests have spread to at least 282 cities to this day. 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.

Meanwhile, the country is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, and the regime is too inept to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people. Despite having the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves, Iranians are seen waiting in lines for cooking/heating gas in cities across the country. In the meantime, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the regime’s foreign minister, has been on a Middle East tour, visiting the mullahs’ allies and promising to meet their energy needs.

People protested the continued gas shortage outside the local governor’s office in Torbat-e-Jam on Monday morning. In this city, people were seen gathering outside a local Red Crescent branch in search of electric and kerosene heaters. There have also been reports of regime authorities dispatching numerous security units into the streets to prevent any potential anti-regime protests, as locals’ anger grows.

 

 

Protesters grew in number after dark outside the governor’s office and the regime’s Red Crescent branch. Protesters in the area began chanting anti-regime slogans such as “Death to Khamenei!” Authorities responded by deploying additional security personnel and even opening fire on the protesters.

Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s Social Security Organization were protesting low pensions and poor economic conditions in Shush, Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran. Officials from the regime refuse to address the pensioners’ demands.

In Tehran, family members of death row inmates protested the death sentences and demanded answers from regime officials on Monday outside the regime’s judiciary building. Workers at the OCDC company’s petrochemical site in Gachsaran of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province in southwest Iran gathered on Sunday and went on strike.

 

 

Hundreds of people have gathered outside the home of Molana Gergich, a senior figure in the local Baloch community, in Golestan Province, northeast Iran, to prevent authorities from transferring him following his summons by the regime’s Special Clerics Court.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) urged the international community to take immediate action.

“I have repeatedly stated that the IRGC is the main tool of the clerical regime for the suppression and plunder of the Iranian people, as well as the export of terrorism. The blacklisting of the IRGC as a terrorist entity is an urgent demand of the Iranian people, a prerequisite for Middle Eastern peace, and essential in the fight against terrorism. The IRGC should have been blacklisted years ago,” she emphasized.

 

 

 

 


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On Sunday, the 122nd day of Iran's nationwide uprising, the country is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, and the regime is too incompetent to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people across the country.

Iran’s gas shortage plagues the country in the midst of escalating protests

On Sunday, the 122nd day of Iran's nationwide uprising, the country is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, and the regime is too incompetent to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people across the country.

On Sunday, the 122nd day of Iran’s nationwide uprising, the country is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, and the regime is too incompetent to provide even heating gas to tens of millions of people across the country.

 

Despite having the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves, Iranians are seen waiting in lines for cooking/heating gas and kerosene and posting videos from their homes and stores depicting the severe gas shortage. Meanwhile, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the regime’s foreign minister, has been on a Middle East tour, visiting the mullahs’ allies and promising to meet their energy needs.

During this ongoing crisis, the Iranian people are expressing their disdain for the medieval regime, which is escalating its crackdown on the country. Protests 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.

Non-industrial workers in the port city of Bandar Mahshahr in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran, went on strike on Sunday morning, demanding answers from officials about long-unresolved issues.

 

 

Workers at the OCDC company’s petrochemical site in Gachsaran of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province in southwest Iran gathered today and went on strike, demanding answers to long-standing demands.

Hundreds of people have gathered outside the home of Molana Gergich, a senior figure in the local Baloch community, in Golestan Province, northeast Iran, to prevent authorities from transferring him following his summons by the regime’s Special Clerics Court.

On Saturday morning, around 9 a.m. local time, approximately 500 relatives of ordinary inmates held in the regime’s prison protested the conditions of their jailed loved ones outside the mullahs’ so-called judiciary building. These family members had traveled to Tehran from various distant cities. Some children were seen carrying placards with the words “Don’t execute my father!”

 

 

Authorities sent security forces to disperse the crowd in this gathering under the false premise that the judiciary was closed yesterday. People set fire to the office of Khamenei’s local representative in Mallard, a town in Tehran Province. More such attacks are reported in cities, towns, and villages across the country every day, indicating the Iranian people’s growing hostility toward the mullahs’ regime.

The regime’s execution of its own former deputy defense minister Alireza Akbari, a dual citizen of Iran and the United Kingdom was condemned by Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

“In his own words, ex-deputy defense minister Alireza Akbari’s abhorrent execution among IRGC commanders in the Iran-Iraq war and of the Badr Brigade demonstrated Khamenei and [regime President Ebrahim] Raisi’s savagery toward even their closest operatives. The UK must close the regime’s embassy and sever ties with it,” the NCRI President-elect stressed.

 

 

 


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With the ongoing protests threatening the Iranian regime's survival, regime officials have felt compelled to order as many executions as possible as their only means of dealing with the ostensible 'dissent'.

Iranian authorities torture protesters for forced confessions

With the ongoing protests threatening the Iranian regime's survival, regime officials have felt compelled to order as many executions as possible as their only means of dealing with the ostensible 'dissent'.

With the ongoing protests threatening the Iranian regime’s survival, regime officials have felt compelled to order as many executions as possible as their only means of dealing with the ostensible ‘dissent’.

 

Waves of detained protesters arrested during recent demonstrations have been quickly marked for execution, with many subjected to tortured confessions. Iranian authorities have then used these confessions to charge prisoners with unrelated crimes in order to justify hanging sentences.

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Iran Regime’s FM Uses Global Summit for False Promises of Cooperation

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On Friday, January 6, The Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, took part in the Voice of Global South Summit. While the regime races toward acquiring a nuclear bomb, Amir-Abdollahian claims the opposite, trying to play the victim.  Amir-Abdollahian used the occasion to portray the regime as an innocent party in a number of international conflicts and to insist that the Iranian regime is prepared to resolve those conflicts peacefully.  

This narrative has been contradicted from several angles, with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issuing quarterly reports that criticize the Iranian regime’s longstanding refusal to provide complete and credible explanations for the origin of nuclear traces found at three undisclosed sites inside the country. That persistent gap in knowledge has been made worse since the 2015 agreement, or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was placed on hold, with Tehran systematically scaling and ultimately halting inspectors’ access to surveillance footage and relevant data even from declared sites. 

The US and its three European partners (E3) began speculating about the prospective re-implementation of the JCPOA more than a year ago. Early in 2022, it was reported that a draft agreement was already on the table, awaiting only Tehran’s approval and the ironing out of technical details. Yet the unofficial deadline for re-implementation continued to be pushed back as Tehran drew out the process, explicitly demanding revisions to the draft that EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell had publicly described as being in its final form.

 

 

Indeed, the nuclear agreement that Amir-Abdollahian alluded to was designed to suspend sanctions that had been imposed on the regime by the European Union and the United Nations in exchange for comparatively modest limits on the regime’s nuclear activity. Since the American withdrawal from that agreement, only US sanctions have been re-imposed, but this unilateralism is not the norm. 

Over just the past four months, the EU has imposed three new packages of sanctions on the regime over human rights violations related to an ongoing anti-government uprising in Iran. Multiple member states are currently pushing for a fourth, while the EU has also begun enforcing sanctions related to Tehran’s support of the Russian war on Ukraine. Somewhat ridiculously, Amir-Abdollahian also referenced that conflict in order to proclaim Tehran’s readiness to help realize a peaceful resolution, despite the fact that Iranian-supplied drones have lately been a key feature of Russia’s war of aggression and war crimes against Ukrainian civilians. 

Facing a restive society and seeing their downfall on the horizon, the mullahs ruling Iran have stepped-up their warmongering policies, such as the export of terrorism or pursuing the development of nuclear weapons. 

 

 

The Iranian regime’s claims of seeking diplomatic relations is a worn-out method to buy more time for Tehran, as the ruling theocracy faces a nationwide uprising and a domestic existential crisis. The world powers should note that Tehran’s diplomacy goes hand in hand with terrorism. The incarceration of Assadollah Assadi, a terrorist diplomat tasked with bombing the Iranian opposition’s rally in 2018 in Paris, France. Assadi was running a network of terrorism and espionage across Europe while officially staying in the green continent as the “Third counselor of Iran’s embassy in Vienna.” 

Instead of falling for the regime’s claims of diplomacy, Western powers should indeed increase pressure on Tehran and force it to abandon its adventurism. They should also support the Iranian people’s right to self-determination, as Iranians have shown their desire for freedom and democracy by continuing their uprising for five months despite the regime’s heavy crackdown.

 

 

 


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