On September 3 and 5, the mullahs’ inhuman regime executed 11 prisoners in the South-Eastern city of Zahedan and Gohardasht (Karaj) – West of Tehran prisons. Three of these prisoners were sent to the gallows at Zahedan Prison at dawn on Tuesday September 3. The three prisoners, aged 21 to 24, were sentenced to death on the charge of killing a police officer. The regime’s authorities informed these three Balouch prisoners’ families that they would be required to pay for the execution ropes and provide blood money to the victims’ family in order to secure release of the bodies.
Calling on UN Security Council to expel Revolutionary Guards and prevent a massive slaughter
Surrounded by domestic and international crises Ali Khamenei, the Vali-e-Faqih (Supreme Leader) of the Iranian regime, is planning an attack on Idlib to continue war and bloodshed at any cost in Syria. That is why he sent his Minister of Defense and Foreign Minister to Syria in recent days.
Iran Uprising - No. 208
Most arrests are carried out by plainclothes agents of IRGC and Khamenei office
According to reports from inside Iran, during the uprising in August, at least 1,000 young people and other protesters were arrested. According to the regime's interior minister, the uprising involved 27 cities and 13 provinces (IRNA news agency- August 21). In addition, many of those who were arrested during the January uprising and released on bail were again arrested and sentenced to long prison terms. In August, many young people, especially the PMOI supporters, were arrested in many other cities like Yazd, Behshahr, Birjand and Ganaveh.
Warning: Demonization Efforts by UK Channel 4 News, Setting the Stage for Terrorist Acts Against PMOI/MEK Refugees in Albania
Despicable deals with the clerical regime concurrent with Alistair Burt's visit to Iran
The Security and Counter-terrorism Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran warns about despicable deals by the clerical regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and preparing the stage for terrorist acts against Iranian refugees in Albania, members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), through the British television program Channel 4 News.
After two of Rouhani’s ministers were sacked, three quarters of MPs rejected his remarks
Following months of factional feuding and a power struggle within the regime, including the sacking of the ministers of labor and economic affairs by the regime’s Majlis (Parliament) in the past two weeks, this morning Hassan Rouhani appeared before Parliament to answer questions from 82 MPs about the economic situation. Following his remarks, MPs rejected four of his responses to five questions. About three quarters of those present considered Rouhani’s response to “extreme unemployment” and the “steep drop in the value of the national currency” to be inadequate.