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Iranian Regime's Abuse of Human Rights Must Be Addressed

NCRI Staff

NCRI - At the end of last year, millions of people in Iran took to the streets to protest against the economic issues that were affecting all classes of society. The protests started in the city of Mashhad and spread across the country. They quickly turned into anti-government demonstrations and calls for death to the Supreme Leader and death to President Hassan Rouhani. It was very clear that the people of Iran see regime change as the only way forward.

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Iran – the Final Countdown

By Struan Stevenson

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report highlights the huge significance of the uprising in Iran, which began on 28 December 2017. It shows how millions of ordinary Iranians bravely risked their lives to join mass public protests against the repressive theocratic regime that has held power in Iran for the past 39 years. The widespread nature of these demonstrations is without precedent. People have taken to the streets in some 140 cities across Iran.

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Iran: Revelation; Thousands of Illiterate Rich Kids Seeking Power

NCRI Staff

NCRI - "The recent protests are the most serious crisis of the regime after coming to power"

An associate professor at Tehran University said: More than 4,000 aghazadeh (corrupt rich kids of the Iranian regime officials) are studying in the UK as students. Most of them return to the country and ask for their share of power. Their bold presence in decision-making organs creates crisis.

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How to Tackle the Iranian Regime's Internet Censorship

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime has long struggled to restrict access to the internet in order to keep its censorship machine running smoothly.

After all, they saw the damage the internet could do to their brutal regime when images and videos of the Regime’s violence toward peaceful protesters went viral on social media in 2009.

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