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EDITORIAL: Iran’s Unprecedented Flare-Up

EDITORIAL: Iran’s Unprecedented Flare-Up

Iran is witnessing its greatest political upheaval since the 1979 revolution. ’s , at Least 251 Killed, 3,700 Injured, and 7,000 Arrested. 85 Martyrs of the Uprising in Various Cities Identified

— NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) are continuing for a7th day in &in 145 cities across , with at least 251 killed, over 3,700 people injured and more than 7,000 demonstrators were also arrested by the regime’s oppressive security forces. sources have reported. ’s rebellious youths, resistance units, &all the Mojahedin &freedom fighters are proud of having done so. is engaged in crimes against humanity.

— Maryam Rajavi (@Maryam_Rajavi) November 19, 2019

Maryam Rajavi has called on the international community to condemn the regime’s crimes and recognize the right of the Iranian people to topple the religious, murderous fascism ruling Iran. Governments must set aside all considerations and reservations about the regime. They should demand an immediate halt to the killings and arrests. If the regime does not comply, they must readily pull the trigger of UN Security Council sanctions. The Security Council must declare the regime’s leaders as criminals committing crimes against humanity. They must face justice for this massive suppression and bloodshed. The international community must strongly condemn the mullahs’ terrorism on the internet and assist the people of Iran in circumventing this inhumane blockade.