Ms. Soheila Sadeq, Chair of the Education Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, expressed her deep sorrow for the shocking self-immolation of a freedom-loving teacher Mr. Mansour Kayhani and offered her condolences to his honorable family and the people of Kermanshah and the country’s educators. She called on the Iranian people to rise in support and solidarity with the country’s educators and to protest against the unbearable conditions that the Iranian regime has imposed on this hardworking section of the society.
NCRI - Dr. Masumeh Bolurchi vividly remembers that bitter day 24 months ago. She was up early preparing for another day in Paris to mobilize the Iranian expatriate community to rally behind the organized opposition for democratic change when at 6.00am the phone rang and she heard the words that no mother should ever have to hear.
Through a somber chord trying to mutter out the words with difficulty, another lady official of the Resistance told her that Masumeh’s only son Rahman, a young and aspiring member of the Resistance working in a refugee camp in Iraq, had been handcuffed and shot in the head, execution-style by Iranian-sponsored militias.
NCRI - Tuesday marks the second anniversary of the Camp Ashraf massacre. Iraqi forces at the behest of the mullahs' regime in Iran murdered in cold blood 52 unarmed and defenseless Iranian dissidents, all members of Iran’s main opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK). A group of seven camp residents, including six women, were abducted by the Iraqi forces. The following are shocking images of the massacre captured by eye-witnesses at the scene.
NCRI – Iranian political prisoner Ali Moezi has sent a message from Iran’s notorious Central Karaj Prison in commemoration of the second anniversary of the massacre of members of Iran’s main opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), in Camp Ashraf by agents of the Iraqi government at the behest of the regime in Iran.
Mr. Moezi hailed the “heroic perseverance” of the final group of Camp Ashraf residents who were martyred in the attack. He said they “propagated the value of perseverance and made Ashraf immortal.”
False accusations repeated by the President of a regime commonly known as the Godfather of ISIS
Hassan Rouhani, President of the religious fascism ruling Iran, commonly known among Iranian people as Abu-Daesh, or the Godfather of ISIS, on Monday August 31 showed his compulsion against the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance and, with a series of lies, attributed the inhuman crimes of the regime to the PMOI and the opponents of the clerical regime. He made his remarks in a meeting called by the "Habilian" Foundation, a branch of the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence, with the presence of a number of agents, interrogators, torturers and foreign mercenaries of the Intelligence Ministry.
NCRI – Photo report from the celebration on Saturday in London by members of the Anglo-Iranian community in the UK on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK, Mujahedin-e Khalq).
Participants commemorated the memory of 120,000 political prisoners executed by the mullahs’ regime in Iran during its 36-year fundamentalist rule.
The Iranians in London supported the 10-point plan for a future Iran presented by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), while promising to continue their endeavors to bring about democratic change in their homeland, Iran.
By Col. Wesley Martin
Two years ago, across thousands of miles, goodbyes had to be said to fifty-two very special friends. Having worked with the residents of Camp Ashraf [members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK)] while serving both as senior operations officer for Task Force 134 (Detention Operations) and later as Base Commander of Camp Ashraf, I was fortunate to work with some of the finest people I have ever known. Two people who will always stand out in my memory are Zohreh Ghaemi and Hossein Madani. Respect for Zohreh’s leadership was reflected by all Americans who admiringly called her Commander Zohreh. Even though she had no authority over the American soldiers, she had earned their respect.
NCRI – The Anglo-Iranian community in the UK, supporters of Iran's main opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), exile Iranians and proponents of a free and democratic Iran, celebrated the 50th anniversary of the PMOI at an event in London on Saturday, August 29.
Participants commemorated the memory of hundreds of thousands innocent victims of the Iranian regime during the last 36 years, who have been tortured, imprisoned and executed only because they rejected the absolute rule of the Clergy and steadfastly defended the democratic aspirations of the Iranian people. They also expressed support for the Iranian Resistance, the 10-point plan for a future Iran presented by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), while promising to continue their endeavors to bring about democratic change in their homeland, Iran.
Kuwait on Tuesday charged 24 people suspected of links to the regime in Iran and Shiite militia group Hezbollah with plotting attacks against the Gulf state, a statement by the public prosecutor said.
The men were charged with "spying for the Islamic republic of Iran and Hezbollah to carry out aggressive acts against the State of Kuwait" by smuggling in and assembling explosives, as well as possessing firearms and ammunition, the statement said.
In the debate over the P5+1 nuclear deal with the regime in Iran, the prospect of regime change in Iran has been dodged, yet nothing but a regime change will ensure that Tehran does not become a nuclear power, columnist Joseph Puder wrote in FrontPage Mag on Monday.
"Arguably, the Islamic Republic of Iran, led by a fanatical ayatollah who believes that he knows the will of God, and his praetorian guard, the IRGC (Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps), can only survive by their guns and violence, and not through the ballot box. The regime’s IRGC spreads terror worldwide, while the Basij-e (a paramilitary volunteer militia) terrorizes and intimidates ordinary Iranians who seek a measure of freedom. This is not a regime one can trust, nor is it a regime that the world can live with. It is a regime that a large portion of the Iranian people can no longer tolerate," he wrote.