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Iran News in Brief – April 1, 2021

Tehran, Iran coronavirus death toll April 1

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UPDATE: 09:15 PM CEST

Video report: Iranians protest to the Iran-China 25-year agreement in several cities

The Foreign Minister of Iran and China signed a 25-year cooperation agreement on March 27, which was aired live on Iran’s state-run TV. The details of the agreement have not been released. Iranians believe the regime is ceding parts of the country to China and call the agreement “traitorous”. Two days after the agreement was signed, Iranians in the capital, Karaj, near Tehran and Isfahan took to the streets.

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UPDATE: 08:00 PM CEST

Commemorating the eternal friends – Auvers-sur-Oise

Sunday, March 28, in the early days of the Persian New Year, Maryam Rajavi visited the graves of the departed members of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and supporters of the Iranian Resistance in Auvers-sur-Oise and honored their memories.

Maryam Rajavi first visited the tomb of the national hero, PMOI pilot, Colonel Behzad Mo’ezzi, paid homage to him and scattered flower petals on his grave.

She also laid flowers on the graves of Mrs. Marzieh, the great Diva of Persian music, and Mrs. Mahnaz Jahanbani, member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, and honored their memories.

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UPDATE: 02:00 PM CEST

Head of research for Iranian regime’s vaccines: Russian Sputnik vaccine has “caused severe side effects”

While more than 240,000 Iranians have died from the Covid-19 Virus and while Khamenei, the regime’s Supreme Leader has banned US/UK vaccines, Minoo Mohraz, head of research for Iranian regime’s vaccines said the Russian Sputnik vaccine has “caused severe side effects in some people”.


UPDATE: 01:30 PM CEST

Poverty, systematic administrative corruption and Covid-19 continue to plague the Iranian people towards unprecedented dissatisfaction


UPDATE: 01:00 PM CEST

Modern Diplomacy: Firmly Address Tehran’s Ballistic Behavior

By Dr.Walid Phares

The recent change in US administrations has spawned a lively debate about the potential path back to a deal with Iran, especially concerning the latter’s troubling nuclear ambitions. Some argue against reviving the 2015 nuclear deal while others counsel for a swift US return to it. But there is a big problem with an undemanding US revival of the deal. Over the past five years, the regime has displayed extremely disturbing behaviors that endanger the region, Europe, the United States, and the broader international community.

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UPDATE: 9:00 AM CEST

Iran: Coronavirus Death Toll in 529 Cities Exceeds 240,800 – 117 Cities Are Orange and Red

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Wednesday, March 31, 2021, that the Coronavirus death tolls in 529 cities had exceeded 240,800. The number of victims in Tehran has reached 55,691, Isfahan 15,665, Khorasan Razavi 15,585, Khuzestan 14,099, Mazandaran 10,260, East Azerbaijan 9,558, Qom 8,695, Golestan 6,205, Hamedan 5,518, Alborz 5,968, Sistan and Baluchestan 5,576, Semnan 4,175, Qazvin 2,734, Hormozgan 2,680, and Ilam 2,461.

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Maryam Rajavi: The Iranian people’s nationwide boycott of the mullahs’ presidential election sham is the flip side of popular uprisings, and yet another response to the murderers of 1500 blood-drenched martyrs of November 2019.


MEK’s network inside Iran calls for election boycott

The internal network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) organized a vast campaign across Iran calling for the boycott of the regime’s election sham.

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MEK units call for Iran's election boycott


Women spearhead protests against the mullahs’ anti-Iranian contract

News broke out that the clerical regime had signed a “Comprehensive Document for 25-year Strategic Cooperation with China.” By doing so, the mullahs auctioned the Iranian people’s resources and properties to preserve their hated rule.

Subsequently, Iranians held protests in all the country’s major capitals to decry the treacherous contract. Women spearheaded many of these protests and played an active role for the past two days since the announcement of the signing of the contract.

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The Iranian regime’s failure to censor social media

While the Iranian society is in an explosive state and the public anger is increasing, the regime has intensified its measures to censor online services and block social media networks. The goal is to stop the spread of news about protests and prevent communities from organizing protest rallies. But many state-run media are warning that such measures can have destructive consequences.

Hassan Karami, the commander of the Special Forces unit of the State Security Forces, said on March 29, “Today our enemies and ill-wishers of the establishment use the cyberspace as an important instrument to infiltrate our culture.”

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Iran Regime’s Method: Selling the Country Away

The 25-year “comprehensive strategic partnership” between Iran and China is the main news in Iran at the moment. Iran watchers believe the dictatorship in Iran would never make any agreement in favor of its people.

Meanwhile, Iran’s people by protesting this agreement gave their answer to this dishonor to Iran’s history. They ridiculed it and likened it to the Turkmenchay contract in 1828 between Iran and Russia and a betrayal of national interests.

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Iran news in brief, April 1, 2021

Iran news in brief, April 1, 2021


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