Friday, October 28, 2016

Iran One voice against the dictatorial regime of velayat-e faqih update on major protest gatherings+ Videos of Pasargadae gathering

28 October 2016- Protest gathering at Pasargadae – southern Iran with the slogan: “freedom of thought does not match with beards” a Persian idiom meaning the hypocrite mullahs cannot bring freedom to Iran

During this two days Iran  is One voice against the dictatorial regime of velayat-e faqih
Actually Previous month was a disaster for the ruling Mullahs in Iran.

Iranian people demand is Regime Chang

Protest gathering of thousands from across the country at Cyrus' tomb

The people are chanting ' Freedom of thought impossible with the mullahs'.
Following is the report of some of gathering and protests:

Thousands of people gather in Pasargadae, chanting against the regime and calling for freedom + Videos

People Staged a Protest against the Increasing Number of Roadside Accidents

Different Iranian cities, scene of major protest gatherings

Protest Gatherings in Different Cities and Strata

Protest Gatherings in Different Cities and Strata

Protesters Stage Gathering and Block road by Burning Tires

Iran Regime Suppresses one more Peaceful Demonstration

Protesters Stage Gathering and Block road by Burning Tires

Five days of protest by women

Five days of protest by women

Protest defending prisoner's rights dispersed

Fourth Anniversary ceremony of Sattar Beheshti
Fourth Anniversary ceremony of Sattar Beheshti
Fourth Anniversary ceremony of Sattar Beheshti

Fourth Anniversary ceremony of Sattar Beheshti:

August 27 was the anniversary of Sattar Beheshti
The families of the martyrs of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners and activists participated in the event.
Beheshti was arrested in October of 2012 by the Cyber Police and three days later he died during interrogation. His cellmates attest to the presence of torture marks on his body and claim he died as a result of the torture. 

 The report on  several protests during Previous month


Thursday, October 13, 2016

Iran: Mothers call for end to the death penalty

Shahin Mahinfar

Bereaved mother protests oppression of the ruling mullahs

Ms. Shahin Mahinfar posted a letter on October 13, 2016, saying that she could watch the video clip of how his son got killed for the first time after seven years.
Following is the text click here 

In another post she wrote: it’s Time for the Tyrants to Cry
Sholeh Pakravan

Iranian women and activist mothers who have lost their children under the mullahs' oppressive regime in Iran, spoke out against the executions in Iran on the World Day against the Death Penalty.
In a post on her Facebook, the anti-Death Penalty activist Sholeh Pakravan wrote, "No to executions, long live freedom. October 10 is a special day, the World Day against the Death Penalty. Because of the highest number of executions in our country, every day can be called a day to protest this naked violence. When we see bloodied (trace of noose around the) necks of those executed, we must protest and ask why? The world must also intervene. Combatting executions must have priority over any talk. It must be pre-condition to every deal. To combat the death penalty, we need national determination. The people of Iran must unite their voices and say: Executions are enough. No to executions. Long live freedom."
Shahin Mahinfar,

Ms. Shahin Mahinfar, mother of Amir-Arshad Tajmir who was killed by revolutionary guards in the 2009 uprising, also wrote, "Execution is a medieval sentence which is not appropriate for human beings. Our nation that has suffered loss many of her youths, cries out in one voice: No to executions; No to executions; No to executions."
Sholeh Pakravan

A chain of Mothers of Murdered Iranian Dissident


Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:

Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:

Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
Iran-MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI ON THE WORLD DAY AGAINST DEATH PENALTY:
RISE AND STAND UP TO THE POLICY OF EXECUTIONS BY THE RULING RELIGIOUS DICTATORSHIP”

Message of Maryam Rajavi on the World Day Against Death Penalty: “Rise and stand up to the policy of executions by the ruling religious dictatorship”
On the World Day against the Death Penalty, I hail all the brave men and women who were executed by Iran's ruling religious dictatorship in the battle for freedom.

More than any other party, the World Day Against the Death Penalty targets the Iranian regime that has so far executed 120,000 of Iran's children, including the 30,000 political prisoners who were serving their prison sentences, but were hanged just for their political beliefs. According to Khomeini's fatwa, any prisoner who continued to adhere to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, had to be executed.
The number of executions including political executions in Iran over the past one year exceed the number of executions carried out in most of the years of Khamenei's rule.
The mass execution of 25 Sunni Kurds on August 2, 2016, and the executions of three Arab political prisoner on August 17, 2016, are just to name a few examples.
Meanwhile the trend of executions on other charges continues incessantly.
A member of the Legal and Judicial Committee in the regime's parliament revealed in August that, "Presently, there are 4500 undecided prisoners on death row."
According to the report by the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Iran, Ahmad Shahid, nearly 1,000 people were executed last year in Iran.
While the majority of these executions are carried out under the pretext of combatting drug trafficking, there have been numerous reports indicating that the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has had a significant role in the smuggling and distribution of narcotic drugs within Iran. So, those who are executed on this charge, are victimized twice, once by repression and twice by the regime's criminal activities.
In recent years, officials of the governments of Azerbaijan , Afghanistan , and Nigeria uncovered the involvement of the IRGC and the Iranian regime's security forces in drug smuggling, when the US Treasury Department had already blacklisted one of the commanders of the terrorist Quds Force for his involvement in drug dealing and smuggling and added him to the list of people who had been sanctioned and were liable to prosecution.
Then in March 2015, Rouhani's Interior Minister Rahmani Fazli admitted, "Undoubtedly, part of the dirty money of drug trafficking gets funneled into the country's politics, elections and transfer of power."
Reports confirm that the IRGC makes exorbitant profits out of its drug deals. Other than these details, Khamenei seeks to continue its bloodletting by incessant executions to maintain repression and terror in Iran's discontented society.
Accordingly, the executions carried out by the clerical regime is a premeditated crime. These executions are against genuine Islamic standards. They violate international standards of fair trials, and as the UN Secretary General stated last year, "The majority of executions were imposed for drug-related offences – crimes that do not meet the threshold of the ‘most serious crimes’ as required by international law."
The Human Rights Council announced that these executions do not abide by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, and The UN Office on Drugs and Crimes have also declared that these charges do not merit to be punished with executions.
The death penalty faces growing opposition and general detestation in Iran, as well.
The movement to obtain justice for victims of the massacre in 1988 has expanded in recent months cornering the mullahs with regards to continuing the executions.
A group of members of the regime's parliament recently proposed a plan to commute the death sentences for some of the convicts of drug-related cases in a theatrical bid to contain social discontent. As far as the Velayat-e Faqih regime is concerned, it is not able to give up executions and torture until it is overthrown. It sees executions as its lifeblood.
This is why the majority of the regime's leaders, from Khamenei, Rafsanjani and Jannati to its Chief Justice, head of the Justice Ministry and Bassij, rose to defend the massacre in the wake of the public dissemination of the audio file of Mr. Montazeri's remarks on the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, calling it "the supreme leader's miracle", their "honor", and "a historic and revolutionary decision by the Imam (Khomeini)."
These confessions made by the masterminds and supporters of the ongoing executions today in Iran, are explicit and irrefutable documents on crimes against humanity committed by the ruling mullahs.
I call on the international community to provide the arrangements for the prosecution of the clerical regime's leaders, particularly its leader Khamenei, in the international courts for the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners.
We call on western governments to make their relations with the Iranian regime contingent on a moratorium on executions.
And we call on our compatriots, and particularly the youths, to stand up to and resist against the policy of executions and killing.
The Iranian people and Resistance will bring justice to the clerical regime for violating their human rights.
This Resistance has risen up to create a society that bears no trace of the death penalty, torture, and inhuman verdicts issued under the mullahs' regime. Instead, it will be ruled by laws based on forgiveness, compassion, humanity, and relations based on friendship and tolerance.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Updated and a report on protest rallies in Iran


On International Teacher's Day, the Education Ministry faculty protest their dire living conditions

Maryam Rajavi's Message on the New Academic Year 2016-2017
Maryam Rajavi's Message on the New Academic Year 2016-2017
Maryam Rajavi's Message on the New Academic Year 2016-2017
On the eve of the new academic year, the fundamentalist mullahs and their ignorant and oppressive guards have imposed silence and fear over society. This coldness, however, will be overcome by vigor and a spirit of renewal and renovation as you begin the warmest and the most joyful, collective endeavor hand in hand in every street and in every school and university.

AS Maryam Rajavi call on students,pupils and all Society in Iran to rise in solidarity with the righteous demands of teachers and education staff
the protestes has begun  Following is the  Updated and reports of some protests in Iran
Univ. students in Tehran protest against dorm situation and educational costs

  Report on 

People protest against poor road conditions in Iran

Financial Victims of a Company Related to Ministry of Agriculture Stage Protest Gathering 

Students stage series of protests in Iran

Massive student protests at universities


Univ. students in Tehran protest against dorm situation and educational costs

On Thursday, September 29, a group of Ahvazi youths staged a protest at night against the Iranian regime by setting up fire and chanting anti-government slogans in Enqelab Avenue in the south-western city of Ahvaz to show their protest against the execution of two young ethnic Arabs of the city.

Retired teachers in Tehran and other provinces hold a rally
According to ILNA news agency, in protest against poor living conditions and low pensions, retired teachers held gathering in Tehran and other provincial capitals on the morning of Tuesday September

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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Holocaust in Syria,Syria’s ‘disappeared’ are murdered on an industrial scale Maryam Rajavi speak about the solution for Syria




Orient Net, 30 August 2017-- In Syria, people disappear. Tens of thousands of Syrians are missing. We don’t know where they are being held or whether they are dead or alive. For the disappeared, the situation is life-threatening. For their families and friends, the uncertainty is agonising. Assad regime is responsible for the vast majority of disappearances, through its network of detention centres. The disappeared are the most forsaken and vulnerable of all Syria’s victims. Their plight is compounded by political neglect.
There is no shortage of evidence about the horrors of detention in Syria. Witnesses have described the inhuman conditions, torture and brutal deaths. The United Nations has accused the Assad regime of the murder, rape, torture and extermination of detainees.

 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016 THE SOLUTION FOR SYRIA AND MIDDLE EAST CRISIS,Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
Speech of Maryam Rajavi in the conference of Solidarity with the Peoples of the Middle East -10 July 2016
The time has come, however, to step up practical efforts to evict Tehran's religious dictatorship from the entire region. To this end, on behalf of the Iranian people who have so far sacrificed 120,000 lives in the struggle against Tehran’s rulers, I would like to emphasize the need for the adoption of a decisive policy by the US, Europe and countries in the region, to take the following practical steps to put an end to the destructive war in Syria which has led to the displacement of half of that country's populace. These are the desires of the people of Syria, the people of Iran and all the peoples of the region and the need for peace and tranquility in this part of the world:

1. Condemning the Iranian regime's atrocities and meddling in Syria by the UN Security Council, UN member states and all other international bodies;
2. Expelling the Iranian regime from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and cutting ties with the Iranian regime by Arab and Muslim countries following the decisions made by the OIC Islamic Summit Conference in Istanbul, until such time that the regime completely terminates its meddling in the region;
3. Providing broad-based political and financial backing to the democratic Syrian opposition, as well as fulfilling and supplying their essential military needs and weapons;
4. Adopting the necessary international measures to remove the Iranian regime's forces and affiliated militias from Syria, and undertaking punitive measures including sanctions against the regime. If it refrains from removing its forces, all economic and political relations with the Iranian regime must be made contingent on ending its meddling in the region;
5. Excluding the Iranian regime from any negotiations over the Syrian crisis;
6. Fully implementing UN Security Council resolution 2231 through the adoption of effective practical measures to prevent the Iranian regime's sending of arms to Syria, Iraq and terrorist groups;
7. Banning all deals and trade with IRGC-affiliated companies;
8. Banning all forms of cooperation and joint action with the IRGC and the militia under its command in Syria and Iraq under the pretext of fighting Daesh;
9. Establishing a no-fly zone in northern Syria to protect the civilian population and to provide help to asylum seekers and displaced refugees.

I have no doubt that regardless of their differences, countries in the region are able to join hand in hand with the Iranian people and Resistance, in order to put an end once and for all to the rule of the Velayat-e Faqih regime and turn the page in the history of this part of the world.

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Iranian regime’s participation in the killing of people in Aleppo

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U.S. Considers Unilateral and Multilateral Options on Syria

We have the worst situation in Syria and deep hatred is created against Iran regime

Former MP questions regime’s involvement in Syria

SECRET BASES OF IRAN REGIME IN SYRIA

New book illustrates the occupation of Syria by Iran

New book illustrates the occupation of Syria by Iran