#FreeIran2018,Iran Nuclear,Iran Opposition,Iran Terrorism,IRGC BlackListing,MEK,Mujahedin-e Khalq,National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI),NCRI,People's Mojahedin organization of Iran,PMOI,Qassem Soleimani
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Iran Terrorism,National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI),NCRI,Qassem Soleimani,Quds Force
In March, the United States State Department announced that it is sanctioning the Iranian regime’s Holy Shrines’ Reconstruction Headquarters and related authorities and organizations. The Holy Shrines’ Reconstruction Headquarters is affiliated with the Qods Force, the extraterritorial branch of the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
Human Rights,Iran human rights,Iran Opposition,Iran Protests,Iran Terrorism,Iran Uprising,IRGC Terror,Qassem Soleimani
The former head of the IRGC Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, who was taken out in a US drone strike on January 3, was directly involved in the violent crackdown on Iran’s student protests in 1999 and nationwide protests in 2009, according to Mohammad Ali Jafari, the former commander of the notorious Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).
Iran,Iraq,Iraq protest,Iraqis' Uprising,Qassem Soleimani
The situation inside Iraq is currently very similar to the domestic situation in Iran. The people in both countries are hugely troubled by the political events and the corruption that is so present in Iran and Iraq.
Human Rights,Iran human rights,Iran Opposition,Iran Protests,MEK,Mujahedin-e Khalq,People's Mojahedin organization of Iran,PMOI,Qassem Soleimani,Women's Rights in Iran
Torching pictures of Khamenei and Soleimani continue
On January 31st, the defiant youth set fire to the pictures of Ali Khamenei, religious fascist regime’s Supreme Leader, and torched pictures of top terrorist Qahssme Soleimani, commander of terrorist Quds Force, in Tehran and also in Isfahan, Shiraz, Ahvaz, Rasht, Golestan, Ilam, Behbahan, and Kamyaran.
Iran Protests,Javad Zarif,Nuclear Deal,Qassem Soleimani
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad, Javad Zarif, told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine on January 24 that the mullahs “won’t rule out negotiations with Washington, even after General Qassem Soleimani‘s assassination, if the US changes course and lifts sanctions”.
Iraq,Iraq protest,Iraq protest against Iran's meddling,Iraqis' Uprising,MEK,Mujahedin-e Khalq,Qassem Soleimani
Several hundred, according to some sources, and several thousand, according to other sources, rallied last Friday, January 24 in Baghdad in response to a call for a “million-man strong demonstration against US presence in Iraq” by Moqtada a-Sadr, an Iraqi Shiite firebrand known for his extreme and unforeseeable political positions. In a tweet sent later in the day, Sadr showed his disgust towards the Iraqis who did not take his word for taking part in the rally. From his headquarters back in the city of Qom in central Iran, Moqtada a-Sadr had been preparing the move for several weeks, in a bid to take a leading position in ongoing Iraqi unrest along with Iranian support.
Instagram,MEK,Mujahedin-e Khalq,People's Mojahedin organization of Iran,PMOI,Qassem Soleimani,Social Media Iran
The Iranian regime has very strict social media laws. Many Iranians have been arrested and even imprisoned because of social media activity and the regime has banned numerous sites. However, the regime does not mind the use of social media for its own purposes.
Iran Opposition,Iran Protests,Iran Uprising,Iraq protest,IRGC,MEK,Qassem Soleimani
On 3rd January, two top terrorists linked to the Iranian regime were killed during a drone strike in Iraq that was carried out by the United States. Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis has had strong links to the Iranian regime for years and since 2011 served as deputy chief of an Iraqi militia named Hashd al-Shaabi (which has been described as Iraq’s equivalent to the Iranian regime’s repressive Basij Force).
Amnesty International,Iran Protests,Iran Uprising,Qassem Soleimani,Ukrainian passenger plane
Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 was shot down on 8th January by the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Coming so soon after the killing of IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, international suspicions pointed the finger at the Iranian regime – but Iranian aviation authorities tried to portray the incident as being due to a technical failure. However, very soon, the IRGC had to admit that it was an error – it believed that the commercial plane was a cruise missile. All 176 crew and passengers died as a result of the accident.