Iranians from inside Iran have taken big risks by participating In the Simaye Azadi (Iranntv) telethon including the risk of imprisonment or even execution, and despite the intolerable economic situation, they have been non-stop calling the TV and have been announcing their contributions to the pledge drive. They are from different strata and age groups. This moving video clip demonstrates a small number of these calls to the telethon that started on Jan 13.
NCRI - A group of political prisoners in Gohardasht prison have announced in a message their support for the 21st fund raising campaign by Simay Azadi (Iran National Television, INTV) affiliated to Iranian Resistance.
The message reads in part:
On Friday, a popular satellite television network run by volunteer Iranian expatriates began its 21st public campaign to raise funding for its annual operations. The network, known in Farsi as Simay Azadi and in English as Iran National Television, reaches an audience inside Iran via satellite receiver equipment that is illegal to own or operate in the country. In spite of this restriction, millions of Iranians reportedly defy the ban, even re-acquiring such equipment after mass confiscation efforts by government authorities.
NCRI - The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence recently in a detailed report has some interesting confessions regarding the power and progress of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), fearfully admitting young people’s tendency and attraction toward Mojahedin (MEK) as well as the high status of Mojahedin at home and at the international level.
The report, which according to the Intelligence Ministry officials is a detailed research with more than 8,000 words, has recently been published in the Habilian website affiliated to the Ministry.
NCRI - Telegram, the worldwide messaging service, has refused the Iranian regime’s request to filter news channels sympathetic to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
Shohadaye Iran, a state-run website, reported that recently an outfit of the Iranian regime vigorously urged Telegram to filter the channels that are sympathetic to the Iranian Resistance. But it was rebuffed by the cloud-based instant messaging service.
NCRI - Invited by Maria Elena Elverin, president of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, a delegation from NCRI Women’s Committee participated in an international conference held by the organization.
Held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the 4-day conference was participated by prominent women lawyers from North America, Latin America, Africa and Europe.
NCRI - After Australia delisted the Iranian Resistance and completely removed the names of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the Resistance’s umbrella group, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), from its list of terrorist organizations, the Iranian regime, terrified of the turning situation after the US elections, while expressing regret about Australia’s delisting the PMOI, is desperately attempting to undo what is done and turn the situation.
NCRI - Australia has finally removed the names of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and National Liberation Army of Iran (NLA) from its Foreign Ministry’s terrorist organizations list.
This is the last government and country in the world in which the unjust and disgraceful (terrorist) labelling against Iranian Resistance breaks apart.
NCRI - Infuriated by the widespread protest rallies in front of regime’s embassies in Turkey, France and England, the Iranian regime’s ambassador to London ‘Hamid Baeidinejad’ wrote: “making use of the Western media news flow, some ill-disposed groups tried to gather unaware people for protesting in front of Iranian embassies… credible information shows that the PMOI has under the disguise of humanitarian support of people in Aleppo played a key role in such activities. Let’s be vigilant.”