Nine Christians were arrested in a house church in Iran on Christmas day and transferred to an unknown location, according to reports.
Members of Basij paramilitary force and armed plainclothes agent raided the house in the city of Roudehen in Tehran province.
Implementing ‘Smart filtering’ system does not mean that ban on already blocked websites and social networks will be removed, the government of Hassan Rouhani’s Communications and Information technology minister has said.
Mahmoud Vaezi said on Saturday that the ban on “the already blocked web sites such as Facebook and Youtube” will not be lifted.
Transfer of arms to Iraq should be halted until security of Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty and other innocent civilians is guaranteed
NCRI - The Iranian Resistance welcomes the enforcement of the Global Arms Trade Treaty, as a significant step towards global peace and security and calls on the state parties to immediately halt the transfer of arms and weapons parts and components to the mullahs ruling Iran and demands the cessation of the sale or transfer of arms to Iraq until the security of Iranian opposition members in Camp Liberty, as well as other innocent civilians, is guaranteed.
The clerical regime in Iran refused to halt its cycle of atrocities and executions even during Christmas. The regime henchmen hanged at least seven prisoners in the Adelabad Prison in Shiraz at dawn on Christmas day.
On December 18 and 14, ten other prisoners were secretly hanged in same prison that it is known for being one with most appalling condition.
The objective of mullahs in dispatching revolutionary guards and strengthening militias is not to fight ISIS but to compensate for the decisive blow of Nouri al-Maliki’s ouster and to consolidate dominion of velayat-e faqih caliphate over Iraq
NCRI - The Iranian Resistance warns of the escalating presence of the criminal revolutionary guards of the terrorist Qods Force (QF) in Iraq that is a blatant breach of UN Security Council resolutions and underscores that their objective is not to fight ISIS, but to compensate for the heavy blow caused by Maliki’s ouster and to consolidate the velayat-e faqih caliphate in Iraq.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) have buried the remains of eight soldiers killed in 1980s Iran-Iraq war in the center of a prominent historical structure in the city of Yazd.
The burials began on Monday after over two years of infighting within the regime over the exact locations of the burial in the Amir Chakhmaq Complex, the largest structure of its kind in Iran that was built during the Timurid dynasty that ruled Persia in 15th and 16th centuries and is noted for its symmetrical sunken alcoves.
NCRI - The Iraqi force stationed in the camp near Baghdad International Airport that houses Iranian dissidents have prevented the entry of gasoline for a few vehicle used for transfer of the sick and wounded residents.
This is the third week that the Iraqi forces ate not allowing the small amount of gasoline purchased by the residents to enter the camp.
A large number of cranes, trailers, trucks and cars have been stolen from Camp Ashraf and transferred to National Security headquarter in Baghdad
Stolen Ashraf’s residential trailers are used for deployment of Badr Organization terrorists on the road being constructed by the Iranian regime in al-Azim area
NCRI - The agents of Iraq's National Security Advisor Faleh al-Fayyad, terrorists affiliated with Badr Organization and agents of the Iranian regime’s Qods Force continue to steal and loot property in Camp Ashraf belonging to the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
A large number of vehicles stolen from Ashraf, including cranes, trailers and trucks have been transferred to the headquarters of the National Security in Baghdad.
Iranian pastor Farshid Fathi is to spend his fourth Christmas behind bars this year after being convicted of 'acting against national security' for leading a network of underground evangelical house churches.
The 35-year-old Christian cleric is being held in the Rajai Shahr prison, near Tehran, where he shares a cell with hardened criminals, London-based public-affairs strategist Miles Windsor wrote.
NCRI - A leading Iraqi member of parliament has condemned the 'torture, harassment and inhuman treatment' of Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty.
Talal al-Zobaie , Chairman of the Parliament’s Integrity Commission, also urged his government to honor its promises to protect Liberty residents and allow them free access to lawyers and medical care.