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NCRI - Coincident with mass executions in the prisons of Ghezel-Hessar, Karaj and other cities, the anti-human regime of mullahs sent 16 other prisoners to the gallows in Mashhad and Birjand (northeastern Iran). Twelve of them were hanged collectively in Vakilabad prison of Mashhad on April 16, and the other four were executed in Birjand prison the following day. Thus, the number of executions from 12 to 18 April reached 81, meaning 12 executions per day.
A member of the Australian Parliament has slammed the country’s Federal Government for an intelligence sharing agreement with the Iranian regime describing it as ‘dancing with the devil’.
Independent MP Andrew Wilkie, himself a former intelligence analyst, said Iran was the last nation Australia should be swapping sensitive information with.
The Iran under role of mullahs is ‘the world’s biggest state sponsor of terror’ and is now trying to build nuclear weapons, Senator Mark Kirk said on Saturday.
Kirk said: “We must use strong economic pressure on Iran to prevent them from getting nuclear weapons.”
Four companies and five individuals have been charged with violating U.S. sanctions on Iran just as officials are trying to persuade the Iranian regime to curb its nuclear program, CNN reported.
The companies charged in a 24-count U.S. indictment, which was unsealed on Friday, are Houston-based Smart Power Systems Inc., Hosoda Taiwan Limited Corporation, Golsad Istanbul Trading Ltd. and and the Faratel Corporation in Iran.
A senior commander in the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) says international nuclear inspectors would be barred from military sites under any nuclear agreement with world powers.
Gen. Hossein Salami, the Guard’s deputy leader, said Sunday on state TV that allowing the foreign inspection of military sites is tantamount to “selling out.”
Teachers’ nationwide protest on April 16 in almost 70 cities throughout Iran terrified the ruling mullahs. Teachers’ protest movement against oppression in schools and universities, as well as discrimination and injustice that targets the ruling mullahs has been ongoing since 2014.
In the morning of April 16, tens of thousands of teachers in close to 70 cities in 27 provinces concurrently held protest gatherings against oppression and injustice by Khamenei’s tyranny. This enormous protest followed the arrests of hundreds of teachers by the mullahs’ intelligence ministry and after threats that teachers that participate in protest gatherings will be expelled from the Ministry of Education.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner on Friday said he does not think the Iranian regime has any intention of giving up its desire for a nuclear weapon.
Boehner told Fox Business Channel: “I’ve never been optimistic that we’d get to an agreement, a real agreement that would stop the nuclear threat from Iran and I don’t think the Iranians have any intention of giving up their desire for a nuclear weapon.”
Mr. Jalal Abedini is the 25th PMOI member that loses his life due to the medical blockade. Numerous requests for his transfer had been sent in the list of patients to various countries, including Finland and Britain, as well as the lists of patients sent to Ms. Jane Lute, representative of UN Secretary-General.
Call by Mrs. Rajavi on the United States and the United Nations for swift action to end the medical blockade which is a clear case of crime against humanity.
NCRI - Friday afternoon, 17 April 2015, Mr. Jalal Abedini, a Camp Liberty resident, lost his life following a 6-hour-long surgery in a hospital in Baghdad due to an anti-human medical blockade and lack of free access to hospital and medical services and delay in treatment and surgery.
The Vienna based United Nations nuclear watchdog said it had a "constructive exchange" with Iran this week but there was no sign of a breakthrough on aspects of its nuclear programme that the agency says Tehran has failed to fully address.
In any final deal with the Iranian regime, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) would play a major role in monitoring Tehran’s compliance.
April 16, 2015 - First let me address the uprising of the teachers across the country. According to reports we received so far, since this morning teachers in 27 out of 31 provinces of Iran, including in Tehran, started demonstrations and protests. Teachers are an important part of the Iranian society numbering more than one million and covering 13 million students. They have widespread influence in the Iranian society.
Meanwhile labour strikes and protests also have taken new dimensions, covering large parts of the country.