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Statements: Iran protests

Day 34 of nationwide uprising: Memorial for Sohrab Arabi

Sohrab ArabiNationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 101

NCRI - On Wednesday evening, on day 34 of the nationwide uprising, residents of Tehran gathered outside the home of Sohrab Arabi and while offering their condolences to Sohrab’s mother and other relatives vented their anger and hatred at the criminal mullahs’ ruling Iran.

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NCRI Women's Committee calls for release of Taraneh Mousavi

NCRI Women’s Committee calls for release of Taraneh MousaviDetained women are brutally tortured

NCRI - Nearly one month after suppressive forces arrested Ms. Taraneh Mousavi, 28, there is still no information about her fate and whereabouts. She was arrested by suppressive forces on June 17 in Shari’ati Street in Tehran during the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising.

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Iran: Clerical regime displays photos of 50 corpses out of hundreds killed in the uprising

Iran:  Clerical regime displays photos of 50 corpses out of hundreds killed in the uprising NCRI - According to reports received Monday, the mullahs’ regime, under pressure from martyrs’ families, released photographs of corpses of 50 martyrs’ in order to identify them. The photos were displayed in the Agahi, detectives’ bureau of investigation, located in Shapour Street in Tehran, one of the worst torture centers for recent detainees. The criminal mullahs, avoiding stirring up public anger, especially in the events of July 9, had failed to admit these deaths and to publish pictures.

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Ayatollah Montazeri's fatwa: Khamenei is dismissed as Supreme Leader

Massoud Rajavi, Leader of Iranian ResistanceMassoud Rajavi welcomes Montazeri’s stance, urges him to reveal the facts to the people without fearing the consequences

NCRI - Subsequent to the escalation of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising on July 9, 2009, Mr. Hossein-Ali Montazeri, Ruhollah Khomeini's former designated successor, issued a fatwa (religious edict) on July 10. While not mentioning the regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei by name, Mr. Montazeri called for his dismissal as the Supreme Leader, citing a lack of justice, trustworthiness and the vote of a majority of the Iranian people. These, he said, are necessarily cause for the indisputable and inevitable fall of Khamenei from his position as the Supreme Leader.  Montazeri described Khamenei as an "oppressor" and his rule “oppressive.”

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Iran: Families of detainees protest outside Evin prison and the Revolutionary Court

Photo: Entrance of Evin Prison in TehranNationwide uprising in Iran – Statement 99

NCRI - On the 30th day of the nationwide uprising on Sunday, more than 150 members of families of those detained during the uprising gathered outside Tehran’s notorious Evin prison to protest against the ongoing detention of their children and relatives. Some 100 other family members of the detainees also protested outside the clerical regime’s Revolutionary Court in Moalem Street, Tehran.

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19-year-old killed under torture in Evin Prison

 Nationwide uprising in Iran - Statement 97

Mrs. Rajavi’s international call for urgent action to prevent torture and execution of detainees

According to the Social Headquarters of the PMOI, Sohrab Arabi, 19, was killed under torture in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. He was arrested during the uprising on June 20.

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