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NCRI – A Senior Iranian cleric told a group of members of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) that United Nations nuclear inspectors are not allowed to visit Parchin military camp where the Iranian regime has conducted research related to nuclear weapon production.
Ahmad Khatami, a leading member of the Assembly of Experts and a close ally of Ali Khamenei, said on Thursday that "the Islamic Republic of Iran would not allow access to its military centers".
NCRI – The Iranian regime’s State Security Forces (police) attacked the residents of Isfahan protesting against the recent wave of acid attacks by gangs affiliated to the clerical regime in Iran.
The protester shouted saying “the police splashes acid on our faces and as we protest they attack us.”
U.S. Senator John McCain sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday to raise concerns about Iranian opposition members in Camp Liberty, Iraq, whose lives are increasingly at risk as the security situation in Iraq, particularly in Baghdad, continues to deteriorate.
NCRI – The authorities in a prison in a northern city of Iran hanged a young man after he had been on death row for six years.
The 35-year-old prisoner was executed on Wednesday (October 22, 2014) in a prison in Amol – a city in the northern Mazandaran province.
Maryam Rajavi hailed the enraged people of Isfahan and Tehran and called on all Iranians to join the national movement in defense of women
NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, hailed the people of Isfahan and Tehran for demonstrating to protest the anti-human crime by mullahs’ regime against women and called on all Iranians, especially women and youth, to join the national movement in defense of Iranian women. The faltering mullahs’ regime, engulfed in internal and external crises, is trying to avert the explosion of people’s wrath by resorting to these heinous crimes and creating an atmosphere of terror and fear, she said.
Maryam Rajavi calls on international organizations in defense of human rights and women’s rights to condemn this blind state terrorism and press the clerical regime to end this barbarism against Iranian women
NCRI - The victims of the new wave of acid attacks by organized criminal gangs affiliated to the Iranian regime reaches to at least 25 in cities of Isfahan, Kermanshah and Tehran.
Thousands of the residents of city of Isfahan gathered outside a government building to protest the recent wave of acid attacks by gangs affiliated to the Iranian regime. The gangs riding motorcycles have splashed acid on the faces of over a dozen women they considered not properly dressed based on the regime’s dress code.
NCRI – Hundreds of protesters gather in front of the Justice Department in city of Isfahan to protest the recent wave of acid attacks against women.
The protest follows the recent wave of acid attacks on women by gangs affiliated to the Iranian regime.