NCRI - Ahmad Khatami, a member of Iran’s Assembly of Experts’ Board of Chairs, in reaction to the Iranian opposition, The People's Mujahidin Organization of Iran’s (PMOI/MEK) annual gathering in Paris which was held on July 1st. In Tehran’s Friday prayers ceremony stated:
“… I want to discuss my first preach, and that is the [MEK] rally in France… the sheer fact that they are permitted to hold a rally there is practical support for terrorism…,”.
NCRI - Iran's police commander in Isfahan province said: "Isfahan is different from other provinces and public chastity should be preserved more than other provinces / we disagree with women cycling."
NCRI - Political prisoners in Gohardasht, Karaj, in a letter to the head of the Human Rights Council and the Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Iran, complained about the shocking confessions of Ali Fallahian, former Intelligence Minister of the Iranian regime on political killings in 1988.
They have called for the establishment of a special committee to investigate the 1988 massacre, in order to bring the perpetrators and perpetrators to account.
A number of personalities and delegates paid tribute to a monument of the history of more than half a century of struggle of the people of Iran against tyranny at the residence of Maryam Rajavi, and signed a book in solidarity with the campaign for “Free Iran with 1000 Ashrafs; our goal: regime change.”
NCRI - A picture of million Iranians who live under the poverty line
According to the state-run media, a father intentionally threw his child in front of a car to receive blood money due to poverty and misery. The child was hit by the car and died.
The state-run Etemad News on Wednesday, July 19 reported in this regard:
By Mahmoud Hakamian
NCRI - As the regime in Iran faces a variety of crises, the deputy public prosecutor said concerns about cyberspace have become extremely worrisome for Tehran.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is also cited saying cyberspace is the killing ground of the country’s youth, meaning this is where they learn the truth about the regime ruling Iran.The mullahs claim to be concerned about the youth and Islamic values undermined due to their cyberspace activities and social media.
NCRI - The fall of the regime in Iran is very near, according to a Saudi Arabian daily ‘Asharq al-Awsat’ in an article written by Saleh al-Qolab, former Jordanian minister of culture.
“… Accelerating the fall of Iran regime which is exerting more pressure on the Iranian people than the people of the region, needs evicting this occupier regime from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen. We must cooperate with the United States and other Western countries who consider Iran a supporter of terrorism.
NCRI - A group of ship manufacturing workers of the Hormoz Bahr Gostar Company staged a picket line on Wednesday protesting delayed wages. This rally was held outside the Persian Gulf Shipyard Complex in the city of Bandar Abbas, southern Iran.
NCRI - Iran's Minister of Communication, Mahmoud Vaezi on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 in an interview with press admitted to the ineffectiveness of filtering, stating, "We have blocked a lot of social networks over the last four years. However, the people joined other social networks. As soon as we blocked the Chinese service provider, WeChat, about 3.5 million people joined WhatsApp within the next 24 hours. In order to block the application, we managed to communicate with Wechat's authorities; Nevertheless, Whatsapp is an American company. We actually jumped from a frying pan into the fire."
NCRI - Spokesman of the Clerical Society, Gholamreza Mesbahi Moghaddam, told state-run ILNA news agency on July 19, 2017: “The group met to review the political and social news of the day of the country, during which an attack on a cleric in the subway of Shahr Ray was investigated.”
He acknowledged the continuation of such incidents and added: “Unfortunately, the same incident has happened elsewhere on another cleric, which is unbearable.”