Iran Regime Is Weak and the Protests Show That

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime suffers from many problems at home and abroad- all of its own making- that weaken its power and create opportunities for something new.

The most recent of these is the ongoing anti-regime protests- now in their second week- that showcase the regime’s deep regime’s unpopularity among its own people.

Amnesty International: At Least 1,000 Detained Iranian Protesters at Risk of Torture

“The Iranian authorities must ensure the right to peaceful protest, investigate reports that security forces have unlawfully used firearms against unarmed protesters, and protect hundreds of detainees from torture,” Amnesty International said today as crackdown against demonstrations in the country continues.

The human rights organization said: “More than 1,000 people have been arrested and detained in jails notorious for torture and other ill-treatment over the past seven days, with many denied access to their families and lawyers.”

Iran's Protests Are Not About Bread, but Freedom

NCRI Staff

NCRI - As the Iranian people gather in their tens of thousands to protest a brutal Regime, many hope that soon the mullah’s reign will be consigned to history’s rubbish heap.

The only things that the Regime achieved after toppling the Shah was to bankrupt a rich nation, imprison a free people, and disappoint everyone who initially supported them, according to Abdulrahman al-Rashed, the former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel.

Maryam Rajavi Urges All Iranians to Join the Nationwide Quest for Freedom

On Wednesday, January 3, 2017. Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the president elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran send a video message to all Iranians on the occasion of the heroic ongoing nationwide uprising, the following is the full text of the messagy.

Thousands of salutes to those martyred in Doroud, Tuyserkan, Noorabad, Izeh, Shahinshahr, Ghahdarijan, Homayounshahr and Jouyabad of Isfahan!

Vice President Mike Pence Interview with Voice of America on Iran Uprising

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Important points and remarks of Mike Pence in this interview are as follows:

•It’s important to remember, first and foremost, that Iran is the leading state sponsor of terrorism in the world. I mean, not only do they oppress their own people, deny human rights to their own, but they also export terrorism across the region and continue to be an enormously dangerous, destabilizing force. And so to see the people of Iran rising up to demand change in their country should hearten every freedom-loving American and people who cherish freedom around the world.

IRAN: Protests Continued on Sixth Day Despite Crackdown

Iran Uprising – No. 27

Demonstrations of the Iranian people and the youth continued on Tuesday for the sixth consecutive day in different cities.

In Rasht, protesters throw hand grenades to the Basijis in the alleyways leading to the Sabzeh Maidan.

Protests in Iran Differ From 2009 as Demonstrators Call for Regime Change

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The anti-regime rallies that began in Mashhad on Thursday, spread to the major cities of Tehran, Tabriz, Isfahan and Shiraz, as well as dozens of towns across the country.

These rallies are different from those that occurred in 2009, when the reelection of former Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sparked nationwide rallies. These protests beagn with economic demands, and demonstrators have escalated to an ultimatum of fundamental regime change. Demonstrations have spiraled into a general outcry against the ruling elite and policies inside the country and abroad.

Nikki Haley on Iran Uprising: 'We Must Not Be Silent'

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Tuesday January 2, 2017.U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley praised Iranian protesters Tuesday, adding that the US is seeking an emergency Security Council meeting in New York and the Human Rights Council in Geneva regarding Iran. CNN reported.

"The people of Iran are crying out for freedom," Haley said. "All freedom-loving people must stand with their cause."

EP Vice-president Telicka: EU Must Not Be Silent About Behavior of Iranian Authorities Against Protesters

NCRI Staff

NCRI - English translation of text of a press release by Czech MEP Pavel Telicka, Vice-president of the European Parliament and member of the EP board responsible for human rights issues:

2 January 2018

While a large part of the world enjoyed a tranquil period between Christmas and New Year celebrations, there have been nationwide protests in Iran in which more than two dozen people have lost their life.

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

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The NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: Iranian People Want Regime Change

Thousand Chant "Death to Dictator" "Death to Rouhani" in Iranian Cities


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