Those Who Massacred PMOI Members Should Be Rewarded, Senior Iranian Official Says

Ahmad Khatami, a board member of the Iranian regime’s Assembly of Experts, used the Tehran Friday prayers sermon to express his anger over the ever-increasing scope of the justice movement related to the 1988 massacre. He called for the perpetrators of the atrocity of executing over 30,000 political prisoners to be awarded medals.

Khamenei's Fear of Public Outrage of Regime Crimes, Especially in 1980s, and Popular Acceptance of Resistance

Praising a film made by IRGC for whitening these crimes, and ordering a film to whitewash the butcher of Tehran

While public outrage and hatred of the massacre of political prisoners in the 80s is growing, the Justice-Seeking movement is advancing, and the PMOI and Iranian Resistance are more welcomed by the Iranian people, Khamenei resorts to a humiliated act to praise the film titled as "Majera-ye Nimrouz". This film was made upon Khamenei’s order by the fascist bands of the Revolutionary Guards and was aimed at whitewashing and justifying the numerous crimes of this regime in the 1980s.

Interim Session of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

The interim session of the National Council of Resistance of Iran was held on July 6 and 7, 2017, in the presence of Maryam Rajavi.

The interim session of the National Council of Resistance of Iran was held on July 6 and 7, 2017, in the presence of Maryam Rajavi.

Political Prisoners From All Over Iran Call Iranians to Participate in the Grand Gathering in Paris

Iranian's Grand Gathering- No. 2

While taking grave risks, political prisoners from all over the country, in various messages declared their solidarity with the grand gathering of Iranians in Paris on the first of July, calling on the Iranian diaspora to take part in it.

Massive Campaign of Youths and Supporters of PMOI and Iranian Resistance Throughout Iran in Support of the Resistance Grand Gathering in Paris

Resistance Grand Gathering - No. 1

As we approach the grand gathering of Resistance in Paris, widespread activities by supporters of the PMOI and Iranian Resistance, such as writing slogans, installing photographs and posters, distributing leaflets and brochures in support of the gathering, are conducted in various districts of Tehran and major cities such as Mashhad, Isfahan, Shiraz, Karaj, Tabriz, Ahwaz and dozens of cities like Urmia, Qom, Gorgan, Hamedan, Sari, Kerman, Sanandaj, Arak, Shahrekord, Yazd , Qazvin Bushehr, Zahedan, Bandar Abbas, Khorramabad, Ilam, Babolsar, Amol, Ghaemshahr, Kashan, Neyshabur, Sabzeva, Golpayegan, Babol, Yasouj, Masjed Soleiman, Iranshahr, Mahallat, Darab, Rey, Behshahr, Genaveh, Lar, Behbahan, Rafsanjan, Saveh, Marand, Dezful, Daghaz, Islam City, Hadi, Torbat Heydariyeh, Neyshabour, Maku ... Photographs of the Iranian Resistance Leader, Mr. Massoud Rajavi, and President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, as well as Mrs. Rajavi's 10-point plan for the future of Iran have been widely installed and distributed in the campaign.

Iran Regime's Internal Crisis 10 Months After the Revelation of 1988 Massacre

NCRI - Iran’s judiciary news agency published a piece titled, “Effort to replace the murderer with the martyr,” over remarks made by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei regarding his failure to engineer the presidential election.

“Those who seek to tarnish the image of our establishment remind everyone about the 1980s… They see no shame in changing the place of the ‘murderer’ and ‘martyr’!” the piece reads.

Khamenei's Fear of the Rise of the Justice Movement And Spreading the Slogan Of "No to Executioner, No to Imposter" in Sham Elections

Khamenei, indignant of the rise of justice movement for the massacre of 1988 and the nationwide campaign of the Iranian resistance that humiliated the Vali-e Faqih (Supreme Leader) with the slogan of “No to executioner, No to imposter, Our vote is regime change” during the sham elections, said on the anniversary of Khomeini’s death: "Recently, some of the speakers and podium owners attack the 80’s. I would recommend and those who are thinkers and judge the 80’s, the place of martyr and executioner should not change. In the 80’s the Iranian nation was oppressed, the terrorists and the Mojahedin and their backers and powers which had created them and constantly boasted them, they oppressed the people of Iran. They did badly. The Iranian nation was on the defensive."


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