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NCRI Statements on Human Rights in Iran

Iranian Resistance Calls for the Release of Those Arrested in Mashhad on August 11

Iranian Resistance Calls for the Release of Those Arrested in Mashhad on August 11

The religious fascism ruling Iran, on August 11, 2019, arrested Hashem Khastar, a teacher's representative and a number of others who demanded the resignation and removal of Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the clerical regime. They had gathered in front of a tribunal in Mashhad to support another individual calling for Khamenei's ouster, when they were arrested.

Hossein Sherafati Rad, the Khorasan Razavi General Director of Security, described the detainees as "overseas-related counter-revolutionary elements who had come to Mashhad from various parts of the country to foment protests, incite public opinion against the Islamic Republic, and create insecurity." "The detainees are from related counter-revolutionary groups overseas, they were associated with subversive groups, and they intended to design, organize and create intermittent disturbances in the city," the Fars news agency reported.

The Iranian resistance calls on international human rights bodies to strongly condemn the mullahs' regime and to take immediate action to release the detainees. The mullahs' regime, besieged by domestic and international crises, is deeply afraid of any protests and sparks that could ignite popular uprisings and try to prevent it by suppression, arrest and intimidation.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, has repeatedly called for the formation of an international delegation to visit political prisoners and Iran’s prisons and to take immediate action to release them.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
August 12, 2019

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