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Some of the Iran Protest's Martyrs' photos

MEK Iran Released The Names Of 601 Iran Protesters Killed By The Iranian Regime’s Security Forces

Some of the Iran Protest's Martyrs' photos

Photos of some of the Martyrs of the November 2019 Iran protests, which MEK’s network inside Iran has collected.

December 26, 2019, marks the 40th day of mass killings of the protesters in Iran. Following the shutdown of Internet access in some of the provinces, the clerical regime in fear of new protests has attempted to arrest the families and young relatives of martyrs. Some of the freed political prisoners have been arrested again. The regime has also put its suppressive forces on high alert.

On December 25, 2019, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran issued a statement in this regard.

“In a related development, terrified of the resumption of the uprising on the eve of the 40-day commemoration of the martyrs, the mullahs have put their suppressive forces in Tehran and other cities on full alert. IRGC’s Sarollah patrols, wearing plains clothes, roam the streets of Tehran. The IRGC has canceled leaves for all its personnel until further notice. Simultaneously, access to the Internet has been cut off or slowed down in some cities, such as Tehran and Karaj.” NCRI statement reads in part.

These measures are taken while more than a month after the uprising, the clerical regime continues its efforts to conceal the actual number of the martyrs, the wounded, and those arrested. This reflects the regime’s extreme alarm over the international and domestic consequences of committing a major crime against humanity. At the same time, Iran’s main opposition group the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) released the names of 13 more martyrs of the Iran protests, bringing to 601 the number of those identified so far.

“The crime against humanity, which began with the massacre of unarmed and defenseless protesters in November, is continuing with mass and arbitrary arrests, torture and disposing of prisoners, harassing thousands of families by keeping them in the dark about the fate of their children, cutting off communication, and blocking information. The regime will construe silence and inaction as a green light to continue and intensify its crimes against humanity.” NCRI statement reads adding:

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), called on the international community to take urgent action to stop the killings in Iran. She said the United Nations Security Council must declare this massacre, continuing for 40 days, as a crime against humanity so that those responsible, none other than the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, its President Hassan Rouhani, and other officials, face justice. Mrs. Rajavi also called for the dispatch of UN delegation to Iran to investigate this major crime and visit those arrested.”

 

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Iranian dictatorship blocks the Internet ahead of a new wave of Iran Protests

MEK Iran: Iranian regime shuts down mobile internet access to overseas sites in several provinces ahead of new wave of Iran protests

Iranian dictatorship blocks the Internet ahead of a new wave of Iran Protests

NetBlocks confirms that the Internet access in Iran has been lowered at least by 50% ahead of December 26, pre-announced Iran Protests. Iran cuts out the Internet in order to freely suppress the protesters.

On Wednesday, December 25, 2019, the Iranian regime shut down mobile internet access to overseas sites in several provinces, a day before the 40th day of since the protesters were killed all across Iranian cities.

The regime’s ILNA news agency quoted an informed source at the Communications and Information Technology Ministry as saying the shutdown was ordered by “security authorities” and covered the Alborz, Kurdestan and Zanjan provinces in central and western Iran and Fars in the south. The same Ministry announced that more provinces will be affected by the shutdown.

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Activities of MEK Iran resistance units

Activities of MEK Iran Resistance Units Across Iran

Activities of MEK Iran resistance units

Activities of MEK Iran resistance units across Iran

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) reported activities of MEK Iran‘s Resistance Units including posting banners carrying pictures and messages of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the NCRI, and Mr. Massoud Rajavi, the Leader of the Iranian Resistance, in Tehran, as well as in cities of Ahvaz, Abadan, Rasht, Karaj, Sirjan, and Isfahan.

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MEK’s Resistance Units Put up Posters of Resistance Leaders Across Tehran

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MEK Resistance Units’s activities expand despite the brutal suppression of the Iranian regime

The Resistance units of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK) across Tehran conducted a major act of rebellion against the regime on Sunday night, by hanging up posters of MEK Leaders Maryam Rajavi and Massoud Rajavi with anti-regime quotes in different parts of the city.

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MEK: Iranian Regime Officials Are Threatening for More Crackdown on the Protesters

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MEK reports brutal crackdown on Iran protesters

Despite the brutal and bloody crackdown, the protests continue in different cities in Iran. It is reported that there were demonstrations and clashes last Saturday between protesters and security forces in cities of Fardis, Orumiyeh, Shiraz and areas around the port of Mahshahr.

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The Internet is still shut down in Iran

Iranian Regime Shutdowns Internet to Suppress the Uprising

The Internet is still shut down in Iran

The Iranian regime has shut down the internet to suppress the protests

Following widespread protests across Iran and shut down of internet by the regime to create an information blackout to stop the flow of information and brutal crackdown, on November 22 the U.S. Department of the Treasury, designated Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, Iranian regime’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology for his role in the Iranian regime’s widescale internet censorship.

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Iran Protests

MEK: Ninth Consecutive Day of Protests in Iran

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During the ninth day of protests, protesters and MEK supporters continued to be present in around 165 cities across Iran.

Protests are continuing in Iran, marking the ninth consecutive day. Last Friday, people took to the streets, angered by the regime’s announcement that petrol prices would be sharply increasing at a time when the people are already struggling to afford the most basic of amenities.

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Maryam Rajavi

Maryam Rajavi: Regime Has Reached the End of the Line

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Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) sent a message on Iran uprising- November 2019

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), addressed the “rebellious people and youths in 144 rebellious cities” in Iran in a November 20th message on her website. She saluted the more than 200 martyrs of the uprising, “who gave their lives to welcome the angel of freedom. We praise their passionate and loving hearts that stopped beating to enable the heart of Iran uprising to continue beating for the advent of freedom,” she said.

Mrs. Rajavi also delivered words of support and encouragement to those who have risen up against the mullahs and provided guidance for the road ahead.

The Countdown Has Begun

“The countdown has begun for the Velayat-e Faqih’s unjust and oppressive rule,” said Mrs. Rajavi. “Today, not only Iran’s history and nation but the entire world is admiring our arisen compatriots in Iran.”

Regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei tried to vilify the protesters and the Mujahedin-d Khalq (PMOI/MEK), using the words “hooligans” and “thugs” to describe them. “If defying the rule of religious dictatorship and rising up to establish freedom, democracy and equality are considered mischief and insecurity for the mullahs’ regime, then Iran’s rebellious youths, resistance units, and all the Mojahedin (MEK) and freedom fighters are proud of having done so,” Mrs. Rajavi proclaimed.

The uprising has been growing since December 2017, said Mrs. Rajavi. “Over the past year, the resistance units kept the flames of protests alight all over Iran despite horrendous pressure and persecution by the mullahs’ Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and Intelligence Ministry (MOIS). They endured great pain, suffering, torture, and imprisonment to move towards organizing the great Army of Freedom.”

“Look at the rebellious cities and this defiant generation and their battle,” Mrs. Rajavi urged. “This is the true image of our people and our country. Iran has revolted against the absolute tyranny of the vali-e faqih whose rule and authority had been stressed so much by the inhumane Khamenei.”

“The trend of events from December 2017 up to this date clearly shows that this uprising is durable,” she emphasized. “As the Iranian Resistance reiterated from the outset, the clerical regime does not have the power to contain the uprisings and quell the revolts of rebellious cities, [MEK] resistance units and the great Army of Freedom.”

Mrs. Rajavi stressed that the MEK and the Iranian people will not be satisfied with reform or surrender. “The army of the unemployed and hungry, the army of suppressed women, and the army of those who have nothing to lose but their chains, are not going to give in and surrender. They are not thinking of reforming the regime. They are not seeking to charm the State Security Force or the Revolutionary Guards. They want to uproot the entire regime,” she said.

“Currently, the people of Shiraz, Shahriar, Fardis, Kermanshah, Ahvaz, and other cities are taking control of whole districts in their cities. The time has come to liberate Iran entirely from the mullahs’ captivity and occupation.

The high spirits and fearless approach of protesters in confronting the regime’s forces, and the precipitous expansion of the uprising to various provinces, have a terrifying message for Khamenei and his establishment.

What is clear is that no assistance or appeasement by Western governments and no games of reformists versus hardliners will alleviate the regime’s pains or save it from certain and fast-approaching downfall. Nor will the wars and crimes in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria, the regime’s nuclear programs, their plunder of oil revenues, or even their plainclothes agents and the plethora of various hirelings of the Intelligence Ministry,” she added.

“The Velayat-e Faqih religious dictatorship has reached the end of the line. Today, the cries of the people of Iran can be heard from the streets of Tehran, Isfahan, Kamyaran, Sirjan, Behbahan, Shiraz, Marivan, Bukan, Karaj, Khorramshahr, and Mahshahr. They are crying out, ‘Dictator, shame on you, let go of our country.’ They are chanting, ‘The mullahs must get lost!” Mrs. Rajavi stated.

Action Plan

Mrs. Rajavi concluded her message with a seven-part action plan.

  1. “I urge my fellow compatriots to actively participate in the memorial services of martyrs, everywhere, in any manner and to any possible extent,” said Mrs. Rajavi.
  2. “Supporting the arisen people, the rebellious youths and resistance units is a patriotic duty,” she continued.
  3. “Do not forget to attend to the wounded, cure their wounds, and help the families who have lost their guardians,” she reminded.
  4. “Protests and strikes at every possible time and place are essential for the continuation and expansion of the uprising,” she said.
  5. “The enemy is mobilizing all its forces, heads of branches and clerics to launch a counter-attack, to terrorize the public and to hold counter-demonstrations,” Mrs. Rajavi cautioned. “But these methods are no longer effective. Do not fear their tricks and bellows. National solidarity and cooperation are the best response.”
  6. “World governments and the international community must set aside all considerations and reservations about the regime. They should demand an immediate halt to the killings and arrests. If the regime does not comply, they must readily pull the trigger of UN Security Council sanctions. The UNSC must declare the regime’s leaders as criminals committing crimes against humanity. They must face justice for this massive suppression and bloodshed. The international community must strongly condemn the mullahs’ terrorism on the Internet and assist the people of Iran in circumventing this inhuman blockade,” she emphasized.

“The clerical regime is making all effort and using all means to conceal the true death toll. The United Nations must immediately dispatch investigative missions to Iran to evaluate the number of those killed, injured and imprisoned,” she concluded.

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Iran: Regime, Fearful of the Protests and the MEK

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Iranian protests in more than 165 cities with 251 killed and 7000 injured continues (File Photo)

Eight days after the start of protests in Iran, and despite the shutdown of the internet and information blackout by the Iranian regime, people of Iran continue their protests.

The mullah’s regime continuously claims that the protests have been crushed, and everything is under their control, but still the internet is shut down and reports indicate that the protests continue across the country.

The regime has been extremely fearful of the consequences of the protests. The quick shut down of the internet and remarks by Ali Khamenei, the regime’s Supreme Leader on the second day of the protests are indications of this fear. One other main indication of the regime’s fear is that while it is a red line to mention the name of the main opposition group, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI-MEK) inside the regime they explicitly blame the MEK for organizing the protests.

“…In the past two days, that is two nights and a day that followed this affair, almost all hooligan centers in the world encouraged these acts against us… criminal MEK are continuously encouraging these kinds of hooliganisms in the social media and other places…” Ali Khamenei, regime’s Supreme Leader said in a speech on November 17, 2019.

Ail Sahamkhani, the regime’s National Security adviser also blamed the MEK and claimed that some of the arrested demonstrators were from the MEK.

In a closed-door meeting of regime’s parliament “Shamkhani said some of the arrestees were from the MEK,” Assadollah Abbasi, spokesman of the regime’s parliament said in a press conference.

Hassan Rouhani, mullah’s president by calling the MEK “those who were terrorists” said:

“We must protect our security and brotherhood and our unity. People will not allow some individuals outside the country, those who exerted so much economic pressure on people or those who were terrorists and spelled people’s blood in the past, to take advantage of this situation.”

Ali Larijani, spokesman of regime’s parliament in his opening remarks of the parliament said:

“…after hearing remarks by His Highness (Khamenei), found it crucial to follow his instructions and look seriously into people’s concerns in the area of economic problems and with greater unity would not allow unrests to be created by the US and its lackeys, the MEK and the counter-revolutionaries…”

Ebrahim Raisi, head of regime’s Judiciary of  Brach by calling the MEK “counter-revolutionaries” in a speech said:

“Any aggression by hooligans, those affiliated with the counter-revolutionaries currents and infiltrators who have targeted the security of people and the society in line with the desires of the enemy will be dealt with decisive legal measures in conjunction with police and security forces.”

Ali Rabi’I, spokesman of the government by calling the MEK “old terrorists” said:

“Their (protesters) behaviors match fully with the policies of the old terrorists that we had in our country and over the years, with terrorist operations, have been looking forward to breaking and degrading Iran with such policies and … against us.”

Mohammad Mohammadi-Reyshahri, member of Council of Experts, and former Minister of Intelligence said: “Recent disturbances were not caused by people. Setting fire on people’s property and causing destructions were the work of the MEK and the counter-revolutionaries… the MEK had been planning to cause unrest since several months ago but they were identified very quickly and isolated from the people.”

According to state-run Fars news agency, Hossein Ashtari, Commander of the State Security Forces said:

“Our investigations indicate that instruction coming from counter-revolutionary and MEK organization was the cause of these events. Country’s security and police institutions will identify these individuals and God willing they will be punished for their practices at the right time.”

Other officials and commanders of the regime’s security forces also made similar statements.

“On Saturday evening troubles were caused by centers of hooliganism and rubbers of people’s property but, once again, the plots by the US failed. They planned to carry out this project in 2018 but did not succeed. The MEK has cells in our country and in other countries, some mercenaries and the US affiliated MEK inflict blows to the interests of nations.” Gholamreza Soleimani, Commander of Basij said in a press conference.

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Massive rallies across Iran protesting gas price hikes imposed by the mullahs’ regime-November 2019

Protests Spread across Iranian Cities after Gasoline Prices Triple

Massive rallies across Iran protesting gas price hikes imposed by the mullahs’ regime-November 2019

Massive rallies across Iran protesting gas price hikes imposed by the mullahs’ regime-November 2019

Iranians took to the streets on Friday to protest gasoline prices after the cost of gas tripled. Protests began to escalate on Friday afternoon, and by Friday evening they had spread to more cities.

The people of Iran, 80 percent of whom live below the poverty line, are furious about the latest example of the plundering of the nation’s resources by the clerical regime. While many workers have had to resort to rummaging through public garbage cans to find food or selling their own organs to provide for their families, the regime and their cronies live in luxury using the wealth that belongs to the Iranian people.

Protests on Friday Afternoon

Iranians staged protests in a number of Iranian cities, with the help of the MEK’s Resistance Units. On Friday afternoon the protests grew in various cities in the southwestern province of Khuzestan.

In the cities of Ahvaz, Khorramshahr, Andimeshk, Dezful, Behbahan, and Mahshahr, protesters chanted anti-regime slogans and set tires on fire to block streets and highways.

Protests on Friday Evening

By Friday evening, the protests had gained momentum as more people joined the demonstrations taking place and additional protests began.

Protests in Ahvaz and other cities in Khuzestan took a dramatic turn when the State Security Force attacked the protesters, breaking the windshields of their vehicles. Ahvazi youth pushed back against the attack and sat down on the street, forcing them to retreat. The young people blocked the Mullah Thani Expressway, chanting, “Let go of Syria, think of us!” and “Have no fear, we are all together!”

Iranian youth have been a major force in the Iranian Resistance, and they have been instrumental in joining the Mujahedin-d Khalq (PMOI/MEK) in fighting against the mullahs’ tyranny.

The regime placed the State Security Force, the Ministry of Intelligence and Security, the Judiciary and other suppressive forces in various cities on high alert five days ago in anticipation of massive protests. The country has been on the verge of widespread revolt since the 2017/2018 uprising, and the regime’s answer to the unrest has been to increase its suppression.

In Mashhad, protesters rallied at the Vakil-Abad Expressway, switching off their cars and blocking the highway. The protesters chanted, “Dictator shame on you, let go of the country!” Rouhani shame on you, let go of the country!” “Death to Rouhani!” and “Our silence betrays Iran!” They also carried signs which read, “We will never again buy gasoline, one hand does make much noise.”

In the city of Hashtgerd in Karaj, just west of Tehran, people protested the rise in gas prices by driving their cars in the streets. People held similar protests in Shiraz, Karaj, and Sirjan.

Maryam Rajavi’s Response

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), saluted the brave protesters in Mashhad, Shiraz, Karaj, Sirjan, Ahvaz, and other Iranian cities for rising up against the corrupt and criminal regime. She encouraged the youth of Iran to join the protesters in their fight.

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