A very important Interview with Mohammad Mohaddessin, Interview with Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chairman of the NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee on the recent sham presidential election in Iran.
The sham presidential election in Iran came to an end but the conflict and rift at the top of the clerical regime did not. The following interview examines the most pressing issues at stake in this ‘election’ and the outlook for future events.
Continue reading Mohammad Mohaddessin Discusses the Recent Sham Presidential Election in Iran
The Iranian Mujahedin or the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) is the principle opposition group to the Iranian regime. The PMOI has been struggling to establish freedom and democracy in Iran for the past 51 years. The PMOI was founded in 1965 by three Muslim university graduates and sought to replace the Shah’s dictatorship with a representative government that respects human rights. Several members of the PMOI were arrested and executed during shah dictatorship for the efforts to bring freedom and democracy to Iran.
Continue reading Who are the Iranian Mujahedin (MEK)?
The Iranian regime, faced with a crisis in recruiting fighters to defend Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, has embarked on a new propaganda campaign to encourage children to join the war in Syria.
The Iranian regime’s state media have been broadcasting a new promotional clip entitled ‘Martyrs who defend the sacred shrine’ in recent days encourage young children to take part in the war. Continue reading Iran regime broadcasts video to recruit children for Syria war
Friends and supporters of the Iranian Resistance struggling for the freedom and liberty of the enchained Iranian people
Supporters of Ashraf and Liberty
We are closing in on the annual Iranian Resistance grand rally at a time when the Iranian regime is engulfed in domestic and foreign crises, and this regime is pursuing a lifeline in further internal oppression and increasing executions.
With their blood, the Iranian people and nations across the Middle East are paying the price of the mullahs’ continuing rule.
The result of nearly four decades of a religious fascism rule in Iran, under the pretext of the velayat-e faqih, [so-called mandate of the jurists], over the Iranian people has been: executions, torture, crackdown of Iranian women, poverty, more homeless people sleeping in the streets, the poor resorting to selling body-parts, babies sold before birth, rampant drug addiction, working children and …
There is only one real and practical solution to end the suffering of the Iranian people and the region: “all-out regime change in Iran” to realize a truly “free Iran.”
Be the voice of Iran’s working children, runaway girls, workers, nurses and … taking part in various campaigns against the mullahs’ rule and supporting the Iranian Resistance Grand Rally in Paris.
This is our duty to return freedom to Iran and emancipate the Iranian people.
Let us rise to our national and patriotic duty by taking maximum advantage of all assets, activating friends and relatives, and inviting everyone to support this rally.
We can and we must liberate the Iranian people.
The recent events in Brussels, only months after the Paris massacre, have reminded us all how fragile our very way of life is, and how vulnerable we remain to terrorist attacks even in Western capitals. Unfortunately, Iranian refugees in Iraq have endured such atrocities time and again at the hands of Shiite militia proxies loyal to Iran. Continue reading Iraq: Iranian dissidents need US protection 5 years after the April 2009 massacre
Hundreds of thousands of people are dead
Millions, nearly half the population, are displaced
No human being can go unaffected by the story in Syria, being inside the conflict, or watching the horrors unfold from a distance. The nature of Bashar Assad’s indiscriminate violence against his own people is simply unbelievable. The lack of any possible end is mindboggling. The situation can only be described as anarchy, at best. The war in Syria has fundamentally and profoundly changed us all, as one simply cannot avoid the emotions.
In 2011, parallel to the Arab Spring, thousands of Syrians poured into the streets in peaceful demonstrations seeking to end the Assad dynasty.
Continue reading 5 years, and the War in Syria Rages On
In the history of wars there have always been strange rare events that remain remembered forever. It might be hard for any reader to believe a human being has actually captured the image of her own murderer. Continue reading A Reporter Who Captured the Image of Her Murderer