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Statements: Iran protests

Iran: Mullahs' prepare grounds for suppression on anniversary of July 21 pro-Mossadeq uprising

Nationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 113

National Council of Resistance of IranNCRI - In an attempt to prepare the grounds for the brutal suppression of any demonstration on the anniversary of uprising on July 21, 1952 in support of the nationalist government of Dr. Mohammad Mossadeq, Brig. Gen.Ahmadreza Radan, deputy commander of the State Security Forces (SSF), was quoted by the State-run news agency Mehr, as saying, “The police will deal harshly with any illegal gathering which would create disorder in society.”

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Khamenei: Regardless of their status, those pushing society toward insecurity are hated

Maryam Rajavi: People’s uprising shall not end, internal crisis and schism has deepened making regime's downfall inevitable

Maryam Rajavi: People’s uprising shall not end, internal crisis and schism has deepened making regime's downfall inevitable 

NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, described today's remarks by the regime's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, before a group of the senior officials, as a sign of deepening schism and crisis within the regime. Khamenei's remarks demonstrate that the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people has shaken the clerical regime to its foundations, Mrs. Rajavi said.

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Clumsy misinformation campaign to prepare grounds for terrorist attacks against rival candidates

Clumsy misinformation campaign to prepare grounds for terrorist attacks against rival candidates, step up pressure on AshrafNationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 112

Mullahs' ploy to step up pressure on Ashraf

NCRI - In a clumsy and discredited misinformation campaign, the clerical regime’s websites and media such as Press TV, an English language TV channel, and Jahan News, a website affiliated to the regime’s Revolutionary Guards, claimed on Sunday, July 19, “With the vigilance of the intelligence and security bodies, the ominous plot to assassinate Mehdi Karroubi and Mir-Hossein Mousavi was foiled,” and added, “the assassins were from the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) and had entered the country from the southwestern province of Khuzestan, bordering Iraq and the Persian Gulf.” According to the same sources, “They were reported to have received training at the MKO-run Camp Ashraf in Iraq.” The reports added, “They were captured by the security forces before carrying out their plan and sent to jail… The main intention of the operation was to attribute the assassination of Mousavi and Karroubi to the revolutionary institutions.”

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Iran: Ahmadinejad demands escalation of suppression of prisoners

Tehran, June 15, 2009Nationwide uprising in Iran  – Statement 111

NCRI - On July 18, the deputy of the so-called social and cultural affairs of the clerical regime's Ministry of Interior quoted mullahs’ president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, as "demanding the setting up of legal circumstances for making the prison environment more difficult for professional offenders and hooligans and thugs." He stressed that, "Preparations for creating such an atmosphere must be carried out by the Prisons Organization” (Sarmayeh daily, July 19, 2009).

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Maryam Rajavi: Yesterday's Friday prayer displayed Iranian regime's deepening crisis and impasse

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect, described the week-long infighting of various factions of the mullahs’ regime about July 17 Friday prayer sermon as a sign of deepening and intensifying crisis within the regime and failure of Ali Khamenei and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in containing this crisis.Uprising will not stop, mullahs will have to go and investing on them is doomed to fail

NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect, described the week-long infighting of various factions of the mullahs’ regime about July 17 Friday prayer sermon as a sign of deepening and intensifying crisis within the regime and failure of Ali Khamenei and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in containing this crisis.

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Mrs. Rajavi calls for release of Shadi Sadr, other lawyers, women's rights activists

National Council of Resistance of IranNCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect, called on the United Nations Secretary General and High Commissioner for Human Rights as well as human rights and women's rights organizations, lawyers and jurists unions to condemn the violent arrest of Ms. Shadi Sadr, a lawyer, journalist and women's rights activist. Mrs. Rajavi urged that they take urgent action to ensure the release of Ms. Sadr and dozens of women's rights activists, lawyers, jurists and journalists arrested in recent weeks.

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Tens of thousands of suppressive forces were mobilized to confront today's demonstrations in Tehran

Tehran, Iran, July 17, 2009Nationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 109

5000 State Security Forces took up positions in Tehran University and its vicinity

NCRI - According to PMOI’s Social Headquarter inside Iran, tens of thousands of the Iranian regime's suppressive forces were mobilized for today’s demonstrations. There were 5,000 of the regime's State Security Forces, large number of plainclothes agents as well as anti-riot and Basij paramilitary forces were out in streets. Many vehicles were also parked to take detainees away.

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