Reuters Television a diffusé des images de la manifestation qui s’est tenue mercredi pour dénoncer la visite du ministre des Affaires étrangères du régime iranien Javad Zarif en France.
Reuters TV a interviewé Shahin Gobadi de la commission des affaires étrangères du Conseil national de la Résistance iranienne (CNRI) qui a déclaré : “les Iraniens sont ici pour préciser que Javad Zarif ne fait que représenter une théocratie impitoyable qui est le principal bourreau en Iran et le principal financier du terrorisme international. C’est aussi le régime qui soutient Bachar al-Assad” dans son carnage contre le peuple syrien. Continue reading Couverture TV de Reuters aux manifestations de Paris pour dénoncer la visite du MAE du régime iranien
mullahs’ regime is continuing its use of mass executions, barbaric punishments, floggings and widespread arrests during the holy month of Ramadan, which is considered amongst Muslims in Iran and all other Islamic countries as a period of friendship, kindness and benevolence.
Iranian authorities on June 15 sent five prisoners to the gallows in the central prisons of Bandar Abbas (southern Iran) and Yasouj (southwestern Iran). In the early days of Ramadan (2nd week of June) a deprived worker was horrifically flogged in public in the town of Ghir and Karzin in Fars Province (central Iran) under the pretext of eating during fasting hours. A number of other people in various cities including Hamedan, Isfahan and Islam Shahr have been arrested for similar reasons.
Continue reading Iran: Ongoing executions, torture and floggings in holy month of Ramadan
Iranian sources: political crises in Tehran between leader and president / political dispute inflicts negative impact on influence in Iraq
By:Asharq al-Awsat – London – March 31, 2016
Iranian and Iraqi political sources informed of conditions inside Iraqi Shiite political parties and groups revealed to Asharq al-Awsat that “Iran is currently facing a major government crisis following the [February] elections after which the reformists gained strength. This has caused a major crisis between Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.” Continue reading Iranian sources: political crises in Tehran between leader and president
Maryam Rajavi: Human rights and freedom can be reestablished in Iran through struggle and uprising
Daesh or ISIS found the opportunity to grow and expand with the support of Bashar Assad, and it will not be destroyed with Assad in power
On the eve of the International Human Rights Day, the Union of Iranian Associations in Europe sponsored a meeting on Tuesday, December 8, in the presence of Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi, Senator Joseph Lieberman, former U.S. Democratic Party Nominee for vice-president, and Professor Alejo Vidal Quadras, former Vice President of the European Parliament.
Continue reading “United Against Fundamentalism, Role of Iranian Resistance”
This article originally posted on The Hill
By Shahriar Kia
Despite the fact that a chorus of so-called Iranian human rights advocates, many dispatched by the regime in Tehran, began to place their weight behind the nuclear deal between P5+1 and Iran, the opposition had beforehand warned of a resulting crackdown. The mullahs in Iran consider the nuclear agreement, and in fact any other pact signed with any party, or parties, of the international community as a green light to step up human rights violations and deadly meddling across the globe. Therefore, recent arrests of journalists and other such measures are of no surprise.
Continue reading Crackdown on the rise in Iran after nuclear pact; no surprise
After spending years inside various prisons across Iran due to my opposition against the regime, in 2008 I was transferred to Evin Prison in Tehran. Entering ward 209 I saw three middle-aged men with long beards and very wooly hair, with a difficult accent that made it hard to understand what Farsi they were speaking. However, very soon I realized that all three were young men in their 20s and 30s from the province of Sistan & Baluchistan whose locals have suffered much.
The name of one of these young men was Behzad, and he was very quiet and calm. When I first met him he welcomed me very kindly and with his small and not-so sharp scissors he began cutting my hair. On that day I began talking with Behzad, and it was then when I realized that behind this very calm and quiet face there was actually a large wrath waiting to roar. Behzad Narouie was a local of the brave people of Baluchistan in southeastern Iran.
Continue reading Iran: Last Man Standing
On the morning of 19 June 1982, we had just eaten breakfast in the IRGC prison in the northern city of Lahijan. We tried sat in the corner of our cell in order to read a book. There were nine of us and were confined in a 16 meter squared cell. We were all political prisoners and opposed the religious regime in Iran for the crimes it had carried out against youths and freedom-loving individuals. Suddenly, the cell door that was locked with a heavy chain opened. The guard looked at us and said: Mohammad and Abdullah Samizadeh, come out! Mohaammad and Abdullah were brothers; both stepped out of the cell after a moment. I was a bit surprised; why did they take Mohammad and Abdullah at 7 in the morning I thought to myself. We became worried.
Continue reading Iran: three decades of execution and hanging continues