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Dervishes Clash With Iran Regime's Repressive Forces in Tehran

NCRI Staff

NCRI - According to various reports, during clashes between the security forces and Gonabadi Dervishes on Monday night (February 19) in Pasdaran Avenues in Tehran, there security forces and two basijis were killed. The spokesman of Iranian regime’s repressive security forces confirmed that two members of Basij forces were killed during the clashes in Tehran. Other sources quoted him as saying three members of security forces were also killed during the clashes.

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Suspicious Deaths in Iran Jails Show Pattern of Abuse by Regime

NCRI Staff

NCRI - There have been a number of suspicious suicides in Iran’s prisons in recent weeks, which are thankfully getting international attention and garnering criticism for the Iranian Regime, but what is behind them?

The Iranian Regime has long described deaths at their prisons as suicides, when the real culprit is either negligence or outright attacks from the Regime - many of the victims are political prisoners who die under torture – and it serves two main purposes: hide the Regime’s wrongdoing and diverting attention.

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European Lawmakers Express Support for Iran Uprising

  Excerpts of the interventions Friends of a Free Iran Meeting – European Parliament – Strasbourg – 7 February 2018:

Gérard Deprez, MEP, Belgium, FOFI Chair

In the face of the demonstrations that have shaken Iran as a whole, the mullahs' regime reacted with unacceptable brutality. Thousands of protesters were put in jail. In the face of such events, a strong reaction from the European Union was needed. And I regret to say that this reaction did not live up to what is expected of the European Union. It was not until January 3, four days after Mr. Trump, that Ms. Mogherini merely called - I quote – ‘all parties’, I repeat ‘all parties’, to abstain from violence. So she made no difference between the regime's torturers and their victims.

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Former Iranian President Slams Regime

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NCRI - The domestic situation in Iran is worsening as the weeks go by. What kicked it all off was the protests that started at the end of December last year. The people took to the streets across the whole country, fed up with the dire economic situation in the country that was making the most basic of essential items unaffordable to much of the population. The discontent spread rapidly and small protests turned into nationwide anti-government demonstrations. They started to call for an end to the regime’s rule, certain – now more than ever – that regime change is long overdue.

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Iran: the Inspiring Message of the Freed Political Prisoner

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Shahin Zoghi Tabar, was arrested on May 20, 2013 by the Revolutionary Guards Intelligence Division for supporting the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, he has given an account of what he has been through during his detention and has called on Western government to stop the policy of appeasement in regards to the Iranian regime.

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Rouhani’s Adviser, on Recent Iran Protests: Stronger Slap Is on the Way

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Hesam al-Din Ashna, Rouhani’s advisor and former security official of Iranian regime, warned the regime leaders that we would be in a disaster if we did not take the recent protests seriously.

According to the state-run ISNA news agency on 7 February 2018, he described the late December and early January 2018 protests in Iran as a serious warning to decision-makers and at a meeting on “surveying recent polls on protests of January 2018” held at the Center for Strategic Studies, said: “It is no longer easy to decide in closed rooms and not to consider the public opinion. Those who ignore public opinion have to wait to receive stronger slap from the public opinion.”

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