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Statements: Iran protests

Iranian regime prepares to prevent protests during Friday's soccer match

 NCRI - On Thursday, a day before a scheduled soccer match at the Azadi stadium between Persepolis and Esteqlal soccer clubs, the police chief of Greater Tehran, Azizollah Rajabzadeh, expressed trepidation over protest acts by Iran’s brave youth and people, saying, “There is a minority that intends to bring political matters into the stadium. The police will decisively deal with these individuals.”

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Iran: People join student protest

 Nationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 175

Thousands of Tehran residents gathered outside Sharif University in support of students’ courageous protest against the regime’s Minister of Science visiting the University. They joined the students in chanting “Death to dictator.” A large number of State Security Forces and agents of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security are trying to prevent people from joining them. Students and people were chanting in unison “Sharif [students] will die but will not be humiliated.”

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Iran: Thousands of Tehran University students protest against regimes' Science Minister

 NCRI - Thousands of Tehran University students staged a protest against Kamran Daneshjoo, the regime’s Science Minister, during Monday’s opening ceremonies. The protest started 10:00 am, according to reports by the Social Headquarter of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

The students gathered at university’s main entrance and Alameh Amini Auditorium where the opening ceremony was to be held. They tore up the ceremony’s posters and called for the expulsion of Daneshjoo from the University premises.

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Iranian Resistance unveiled mullahs' nuclear site in Qom in 2005 but IAEA ignored

 NCRI - Revelation of two secret nuclear sites east of Tehran by the Iranian Resistance on Thursday and concealment of nuclear facilities near the city of Qom by the Iranian regime which were exposed by leaders of the United States, France and Britain on Friday heightened the need to impose immediate comprehensive sanctions against the regime. Any delay would pave the way for the regime to acquire nuclear bomb.

The underground nuclear facilities near Qom were first unveiled in a press conference in Paris by the Iranian Resistance on December 20, 2005. Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chair of the NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee disclosed information about four underground complexes comprised of tunnels and installations serving the regime’s nuclear programs. He said: “The first complex is located near Qom close to the salt lake. This is comprised of several tunnels and underground buildings. Construction of the complex started in year 2,000.”

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United Nations: Ahmadinejad delegation shrinks substantially due to visa problems

 NCRI - Mahmoud Ahmadinajad, the Iranian regime’s President, was forced to attend the 64th session of the UN General Assembly with a much smaller accompanying delegation than expected due to their failure to obtain visas.

This has been while the Iranian regime had applied for visas for a 122-member delegation through Swiss embassy in Tehran, which represents the U.S. interests in Iran. 

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Evin prison's notorious wards crammed with detainees of September 18 demonstrations

NEvin Prison's enteranceationwide uprising – Statement 171

NCRI - Detainees of September 18 demonstrations in Tehran have been transferred to notorious wards of 209 and Sepah of Evin prison. These wards are crammed with high number of detainees. Male and female political prisoners previously held in these wards have been transferred to quarantine section of Ward 7 and quarantine section of Women’s Ward.

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