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Statements: Iran protests

Maryam Rajavi: Revelation of crimes in prisons underlines necessity to refer Iran regime's file to U

 Maryam Rajavi: Revelation of mullahs’ crimes in prisons underlines necessity to refer regime’s file to Security Council and trial of its leaders in international court

NCRI - Commenting on the recent revelation of part of crimes committed by the Iranian regime in prisons, particularly in Kahrizak, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance said, “The clerical regime has been committing these kinds of heinous crimes constantly over the past 30years. The Iranian Resistance has been exposing the mullahs’ crimes in prisons and torture chambers including assault on women and men as well as decrees to drain blood of those sentenced to death and raping virgin girls before their executions, for three decades.

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Iran : Protests and clashes around Tehran's Bazaar with chants of ''Death to dictator''

Tehran's Bazzar - August 12, 2009Iran - Nationwide uprising – Statement 147

NCRI - According to reports by the Social Headquarters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) inside Iran, on the 61st day of the nationwide uprising on Wednesday, thousands of people in Tehran staged protests in front of the enclosed Tehran Bazaar and the ‘15 Khordad Street’ and ‘15 Khordad Square.’ They were chanting “Death to dictator.”

The regime’s suppressive forces dressed in black attacked the crowds, wounding a number of protestors and arresting some others.

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Forced confessions echo Iran regime's failure to quell nationwide uprising

National Council of Resistance of IranNationwide uprising – Statement 146

Forced confessions echo Iran regime’s failure to quell nationwide uprising, deepening internal crisis, pave way for more executions

NCRI - The clerical regime put on stage the second part of a discredited kangaroo trial of recent detainees on Saturday, August 8. The outrageous tactic used by the regime, which was in reaction to the failure of its criminal measures to quell nationwide uprising, generated anger and hatred among people across the country.

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Thousands in Tehran and Kermanshah hold memorial for two martyrs of uprising

Thousands of residents of Kermanshah, and students and university professors on Thursday commemorated the 40th day of the martyrdom of Kianoush AsaNationwide uprising – Statement 144

NCRI - According to the Social Headquarters of the PMOI, thousands of residents of Kermanshah, and students and university professors on Thursday commemorated the 40th day of the martyrdom of Kianoush Asa in Abbasieh Hall. At the end of the ceremony, the mourners went towards the Town Hall Square and from there towards the Martyrs’ section 58. The crowd held up photos of martyrs of the uprising, including Neda Agha-Soltan, Sohrab Arabi, and Kianoush Asa, and their numbers continuously increased. They chanted “God is great” in protest to the killing of the youths. Suppressive forces, which had full control over the route of the march, beat the people and arrested a number of protestors.

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Iran: Youths demonstrating in Tehran's Enghelab and Vali Asr squares

Tehran- August 5, 2009Nationwide uprising – Statement 143

NCRI - On the 55th day of nationwide uprising today at around 19:30 local time, youths in Tehran held a protest gathering near Enghelab Square according to Social Headquarters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The suppressive forces attacked the youth and beat them up.

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Iran: Clashes in Tehran during Ahmadinejad's inauguration

Tehran - August 5, 2009Nationwide uprising – Statement 140

NCRI - At 10:00 am local time, Streets of 17 Shahrivar and Baharestan as well as Baharestan Square where the Majlis (mullahs’ parliament) is located, was under siege by the Revolutionary Guards. Demonstrators who could not get to Baharestan Square by metro, as it was closed, they used Enghelab, Vali Asr and Jomhouri streets to get there. On their way they clashed with security forces where some of them were badly beaten. The number of paramilitary Bassij force and the Revolutionary Guards were ten times the agents of the State Security Forces (SSF).

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Maryam Rajavi: Today's uprising shows clerical regime is not legitimate and has no future

Maryam RajaviCrisis within the regime deepens and the suppressive machinery cannot stop the uprising

NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, hailed the restive people in Tehran today who have taken to the streets simultaneous with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s inauguration at the regime’s parliament (Majlis). She said that repeated protests by people in Tehran and other cities highlights the resolve of the Iranian people to change the clerical regime and establish democracy and the sovereignty of the people.

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