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Iran News in Brief – July 11, 2021

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The Free Iran World Summit 2021

The online summit of Iranians from 50,000 locations in 105 countries, joined by 1,029 political dignitaries from five continents, and including gatherings in 17 countries

 

Maryam Rajavi: Only the regime’s fear of the uprisings and the regime Supreme Leader’s political demise can explain the ascension of Raisi, the henchman of the 1988 massacre.
Janez Janša, Prime Minister of Slovenia: For 33 years, the world has forgotten the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners. This must change. Especially since Amnesty International has accused Ebrahim Raisi of crimes against humanity for his role in the massacre
Michael Pompeo, former US Secretary of State (2018-2021): People of Iran see the corrupt ruling theocracy as their true enemy and the first and foremost cause of the economic crises. We must continue to support the Iranian people as they fight for a freer and more democratic Iran in any way that we can. In the end, the Iranian people will have a secular, democratic, non-nuclear Republic.
Speeches by 30 US lawmakers, including Senators Robert Menendez, Ted Cruz, Roy Blunt, Ben Cardin; and Congressmen Kevin McCarthy, and Hakeem Jeffries; as well as Stephen Harper, former Prime Minister of Canada; former Foreign Ministers for France, Italy, and Poland; and Defense Ministers of United Kingdom and France.

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Water, Power and Bread

While the Rouhani government brags about historical achievements during its tenure, Iranians are suffering from deprivation of their most basic human rights.


Exclusive interview – Ebrahim Raisi tortured pregnant woman

She is one of the witnesses who personally saw Ebrahim Raisi in a torture chamber. While she was pregnant, soon to give birth, she was arrested in Hamedan and taken to a torture chamber to be tortured and beaten with an electric cable. In an interview with Iran Human Rights Monitor, Farideh Goudarzi introduces herself as an opponent of the clerical regime in Iran, who became acquainted with the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) during the 1979 revolution.

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Regime Official Slams Doctor for Criticizing Power Outages in Iran’s Hospitals

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A top aide to Iran’s supreme leader threatened an ICU specialist after he criticized the regime’s Health Minister power outages in hospitals. After Dr. Mohammad Reza Hashemian criticized the regime’s Health Minister for power outages in hospitals and demanded the minister to be tried, Ali Akbar Velayati warned him: “If you repeat such positions, I will have to take more serious decisions. “

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Father of Three Border Porter Killed by IRGC Forces in NW Iran

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A border porter or “kolbar” was killed by Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) forces yesterday in Urmia, northwestern Iran. According to the Hengaw Organization, the kolbar was identified as 43-year-old Abdolaziz Hajipour, father to three children. IRGC forces opened fire on him at a close range. Abdulaziz’s body has not yet been handed over to his family for burial.

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Women Arbitrarily Detained by the Ministry of Intelligence and the IRGC

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In recent days, young women in Kurdistan and Khuzestan provinces have been arbitrarily detained by the Ministry of Intelligence and the IRGC. The IRGC Intelligence and Intelligence Ministry forces arrested Nahid Kamangar in Kamyaran, Arezoo Rahimkhani, a university professor in Andimeshk, and 16-year-old Gina Hassani Moghaddam in Sanandaj.

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