The Iran Regime Fears Telegram

NCRI - Having been scared of the social network channels, the Iranian regime requested the channels to cooperate and work as a spy for the government.

One of the Telegram channels has been very well welcomed in Iran and according to the figures; there are currently 40 million smartphones used to access Telegram.

Lord Maginnis of Drumglass: Iran - the Greatest Impediment to Peace in Syria

In this article by Lord Maginnis of Drumglass which was published on January 13, in ‘Politics Home’ he questions whether the UK and the US have the moral and strategic leadership to halt Iran's 'destructive meddling' in Syria. The following is the full text of this article.

Aleppo has fallen, almost completely, to Syrian government forces in this past week, leaving not only rebel fighters but also tens of thousands of innocent civilians stranded in a bombed-out shell of that ancient city. Humanitarian intervention failed to prevent the disaster in the first place or the summary executions that followed it.

Political Prisoners Call on UN Human Rights Rapporteur to Investigate Prisoners Rights Abuse by Iran Regime

NCRI - In a letter to the U.N. Special Rapporteur for Human Rights in Iran, Ms. Asma Jahangir, Gohardasht political prisoners urge her to address their situation and investigate violation of the prisoners’ rights by Iranian regime.

The following in the letter by Gohardasht Political prisoners:

Ms. Asma Jahangir, the U.N. Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran,

Re: New tricks used by Iranian regime for violations of human rights

Iran: Deteriorating Health Condition of Political Prisoners Saeed Shirzad

NCRI - According to reports, on Thursday January 12, the political prisoner, Saeed Shirzad, on his 37th day of hunger strike in Gohardasht prison in Karaj suffered severe drop in blood pressure and loss of consciousness, and the prison officials were forced to transfer him to the one thousand beds hospital in Tehran.

Why Rafsanjani's Death Offers the US a Unique Opportunity to Reshape Its Iran Policy

The following is an insightful article analyzing the current political situation in Iran after the death of Rafsanjani, written On Jaunary 13, by Alireza Jafarzadeh, the deputy director of the Washington office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the founding fathers of the Iranian regime, died last week on January 8. He served as President, Speaker of Parliament, Deputy Commander of the Armed Forces, head of the Assembly of Experts--the 88-member body of clerics tasked with nominating the Supreme Leader, and head of the Expediency Council, a body adjudicating disputes over legislation between the parliament and the Guardian Council.

Iranian Dissident News Outlet Seeks Financial Support as People, Government Clash Over Access to Information

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.

Iran: Interpreting the Conflict Between Rival Bands in Rafsanjani's Funeral

NCRI - The consequences of Rafsanjani’s death appeared much sooner than expected during his funeral, turning the ceremony into a battle scene between the rival bands.

While the Rafsanjani-Rouhani band chanted “these too many people are here for their love for Akbar”, Khamenei’s responded “these too many people are here for their love for leader”. Menawhile, the fed-up crowd, ”, taking advantage of the gap between the two bands, were chanting “Dictator, Dictator”, “Our state television, our shame”, and “political prisoners should get released.” The unrest went far beyond Tehran, so that people in Mashhad chanted “Down with Khamenei” in addition to the mutual rhetoric between the two bands.

Iran, Rafsanjani, International Terrorism and the False Appearance of Moderation

Iran dealing with shock of Trump's election, death of its leader

Donald Trump’s election as the next president of the United States presents the Islamic Republic of Iran with tremendous uncertainty and, perhaps, anxiety, wrote Majid Sadeghpour the political director of the Organization of Iranian American Communities in the U.S. (OIACUS) in ‘The Hill’ on January 12, 2017, the article continues as follows:

Mr. Trump’s platform included a promise to initiate dramatic shifts in American policies.

Iran: Thousands of People Staged a Protest in Front of the Regime's Parliament

NCRI - On January 11, 2017, more than 2500 retirees of the Steel Industries staged a protest in front of the regime’s Parliament. Protesters had come from various provinces to participate in the rally. They had set up a huge banner in front of Parliament reading “We simply want our right”, “We retirees of the Steel Industries want to be amalgamated in state pension”. Protesters demand cancellation of self-administered pension plan of Steel Industries and its transfer to state controlled pension plan, payment of outstanding and unpaid claims including salaries and health benefits of pensioners.

Iran: Protests Against Noise Diffusion by the Clerical Regime

NCRI - On January 9, 2017, a large number of people of Shiraz rallied in front of the Fars Governor office to protest noise diffusion in the greater Shiraz city that has caused incurable diseases for the residents. One of the protesters, who had participated in the rally with hospital gown, carried a banner reading “We got bone cancer from the noise and we don’t have money for treatment”.

Iran Regime's Fear of the Power and Advancement of MEK

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.

Why the Assad Regime Insists on the Bombardment of Wadi Barada

NCRI - Syrian writer and journalist, Mohammed Abdullah said to Al-Jazeera TV that the Assad regime and its allies attacked Wadi Barada located in suburbs of Damascus because this region has strategic importance and it is close to the borders of Lebanon.

Al-Jazeera TV, January 11th 2017:

Iranian Regime Opposes Any Talks on Syria: Opposition

NCRI - A member of the Syrian National Coalition says that the Iranian regime opposes any talks about Syria. This regime and its backed-up militants have already violated the ceasefire in Syria.

On January 11th 2017, Dr. Naser al-Hariri in an interview with Orient TV stated:"a joint operation room has been formed between Russia and Turkey as the guarantors of the ceasefire in Syria. They must prevent any violations of the ceasefire in Wadi Barada. This region is facing a complete humanitarian disaster.

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