Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Iran: Lorestan Province, Khorramabad Parsilon Prison

Iran: Prisoners Revolt Against Regime’s Inaction Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Reports from Iran indicate there have been at least two riots in Iranian prisons in Lorestan province, northwest Iran, with prisoners trying to escape amid the coronavirus outbreak.   On March 20, 2020, prisoners at the Aligudarz Central Prison,...
Iran's coronavirus outbreak- The IRGC is hoarding health masks and disinfectants

Corrupt and Criminal Iran Regime Hoards Medical Equipment Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak is continuing to spread across Iran and the death toll is getting higher and higher with every hour that passes. ...
Iranian regime officials acknowledge that the coronavirus outbreak has spun out of control

Iran’s Coronavirus, Death Toll Reaches 2000 as Regime Continues Inaction

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) drew upon information from...
New Report: The Coronavirus Crisis in Iran. Causes of Its Outbreak and Spread: Cover-Up, Deception, Incompetence, and Corruption.

The Coronavirus Crisis in Iran

Updated March 31, 2020 Introduction The coronavirus (COVID-19) was first detected in China and recorded in the local office of the World Health Organization on December...
Corona Outbreak - Iran Turning Into Epicenter of Coronavirus

Iran: MEK Report, the Coronavirus Death Toll Reaches 1,200, Iran Turning Into Epicenter of...

Since the Coronavirus outbreak in Iran, the clerical regime, instead of taking preventive and necessary measures, has resorted to more secrecy, which has resulted in over 1200 deaths...
Coronavirus widespread outbreak in Iran

Iran: Alarming Rise in the Coronavirus Death Toll, Need for Immediate International Action

On Monday, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) announced that as of 8:00 pm local time, over 1000 people diagnosed...
Iran, Qom- Kamkar hospital the section of COVID-19 patients

Iran Coronavirus Outbreak: Thousands Infected, Over 650 Dead, yet No Action by the Regime

After days of denial and downplaying the Coronavirus outbreak in Iran, the regime’s Deputy Health Minister Ghasem Janbabaei admitted in an interview on state TV that “over 12,000 people have been...
Iran: Coronavirus spreads across the country

Coronavirus Spreads Across Iran, as Its Death Toll Rises to 300, Regime Takes No...

According to the news obtained by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK), the number of those who have lost...
Iran, Tehran: Coronavirus Outbreak

Iran Regime’s Effort to Control Information Is at Odds With Efforts to Curtail Coronavirus

Iranian regime’s officials offered mixed messages about the country’s coronavirus outbreak on Thursday, as information continued to leak to independent new outlets in spite of the...
The widespread of coronavirus, as well as earthquakes and floods in various parts of the country, coupled with the inactivity of the Iranian regime, have further exacerbated the disaster

As Natural Disasters Continue in Iran, Regime Continues Its Inaction

Iranian people have been grappling with various natural disasters for the past two weeks. It first started with the Coronavirus outbreak, which quickly spread due to...
Contradictory news by the Iranian regime’s state media of the coronavirus spreading in Iran confirms the regime’s criminal secrecy. The news from Iran confirms that the regime was aware of the coronavirus’ spread three weeks ago and that the first victim was in the city of Qom. On February 10, Hassan Rouhani’s government, in a declaration to the ministry of health, had demanded a general alert. In this regard, in an interview with the state-run ISNA news agency on February 24, Dr. Mehdi Shafii, Head of Department of Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases of Kerman University of Medical Sciences said: “From February 10, The government, in a statement to the Ministry of Health, called for all infrastructures in the provinces to be prepared for possible fight against the virus.” He continued: “Numerous meetings were held with the Kerman governorate and relevant agencies in Kerman province.” #CoronavirusOutbreak in #Iran and the Regime’s Ongoing Denial and Inaction https://t.co/cgAAjZ3qCROn Mon Abadi Farahani,regime’s MP from the city of Qom, where #coronavirus was 1st detected,revealed that 50 people in Qom had died within the past 2weeks due to the #COVIDー19. — NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) February 25, 2020  For days, state-run media have published news that some medical and health centers call for the closure of pilgrimage and cultural centers such as the Hazrat- Masoume’s shrine in the city of Qom, Imam Reza’s shrine in Mashhad and Shah Abdol-Azim Shrine in Tehran. But the operators of these centers have officially rejected the closure of these centers, so they could continue their plundering.   The Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and other regime’s oppressive forces have canceled their ceremonies and programs to keep their forces safe. There have been vast controlling measures taken at the military and security sites to prevent the spread of the virus, such as distributing free masks and disinfectants.    The dimensions and extent of the disaster  The extent of the coronavirus spread in Iran is much more than that reflected in the news. The facts below, which are confessions by the regime’s officials, confirm this matter:   Deputy health minister Iraj Harirchi, in an exclusive interview with the state-run TV Channel Two claimed that there are 916 suspected coronavirus cases, 61 positive tests, and 12 deaths. “Fortunately, some provinces, such as Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchestan, Ardebil, Azarbaijan and the southern parts of the country are clean,” he added. He claimed this, while the regime’s media have published statistics of the infected people from these provinces.   The state-run Didar News: Ali Akbar Velayati, the head of the Masih Daneshvari Hospital: “The number of patients suspected of having coronavirus in our Hospital is 104.”  The state-run Rokna news agency: Mohammad Tavakoli, representative of the Minister of Health of Iran: “There are 320 patients suspected of having coronavirus are hospitalized at Kamkar and Forghani hospitals in Qom.”  The state-run Moj news agency: Mohammad Mehdi Gooya, head of Disease Management Center of the Ministry of Health, said: “Since last Monday, there have been 1700 tests in 5 virology laboratories including Masih Daneshvari hospital.”  The state-run Nameh News – Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani, member of parliament from Qom, while mentioning that 10 people die in Qom daily, said: “Around 50 people have died until last night due to the COVID-19. The Minister of Health is a culprit in this case. None of the nurses have the appropriate suits, known as space clothing.”  Mostafa Hadizadeh, Secretary of the Coordination Council of the Anti-Narcotics Headquarters of Tehran, while referring to the measures taken to quarantine drug addicts in Tehran province said: “Since Friday, 10,000 drug addicts have been quarantined at the addiction treatment centers in Tehran province; and in the next few days, admission and discharge of addicts will not happen.”  The state-run Shafaghna news agency - Dr. Seyed Mohammad Hussain Bahraini, head of the Mashhad University of Medical Sciences: “The presence of three Chinese seminary students in Qom is the reason for the high number of coronavirus deaths in Iran.”  A brief assessment: The coronavirus, has spread to at least 19 Iranian cities, over 3181 people are infected, and 56 people have lost their lives in Iran.  Since the spread of this deadly virus, the #Iranian regime’s officials, instead of taking necessary measures, have rushed to reject the spread of #coronavirus and downplay the danger. #FreeIran2020https://t.co/9UxPzBanKP — NCRI-FAC (@iran_policy) February 25, 2020

Coronavirus Spreads Across Iran While Regime Maintains Secrecy

Contradictory news by the Iranian regime’s state media of the coronavirus spreading in Iran confirms the regime’s criminal secrecy. The news from Iran confirms that the regime was aware...
Iran: Outbreak of Coronavirus

Iran Raises Coronavirus Estimates, but Disinformation Persists

The picture continued to develop on Tuesday of the Iranian regime’s botched response to an outbreak of the deadly coronavirus that began to emerge...
COVID -19 in Iran

Coronavirus Crisis in Iran and the Regime’s Ongoing Denial and Inaction

On Monday, Ahmad Amir Abadi Farahani, member of the regime’s parliament from the city of Qom, where coronavirus was first detected, revealed that 50 people in Qom had...
COVID-19 had spread to Qom

50 Iranians Dead as a Result of Coronavirus (Covid-19), According to a Senior Member...

The clerical regime is covering up the real scope of the disease in Iran According to state-run media, (ILNA) a senior member of the Iranian...

Iran: Heavy snowfall in Gilan province

Reports from Iran indicate that heavy and sudden snowfall in northern Iranian provinces has taken the lives of at least eight people and injured 78. Seven victims died in Gilan province, five of them died in an avalanche and two...

Iranian Regime’s Destruction Is Causing Chaos at All Levels

Much has been said about the Iran regime’s destruction of human rights and democracy, and about the effects of the regime’s malign policies and...

As Floods Hit Iran’s Cities, Regime Officials Try to Cover up Their Inaction

Iran - Flood- People in Khuzistan province, particularly in Ahvaz, are surrounded by water and many were seen taking to their rooftops on Friday,...
As Floods Hit Iran’s Cities, Regime Officials Try to Cover up Their Inaction

As Floods Hit Iran’s Cities, Regime Officials Try to Cover up Their Inaction

Recent seasonal rains in many southern provinces of Iran have created massive floods and rising water levels especially in the city of Ahvaz. State-run...
Iran’s Trash Children: A Harrowing Reality

Iran’s Trash Children: A Harrowing Reality

A garbage lot in Shar-e Rey, south of Tehran, has become very Children Are the Regime’s First Victims ...
Another issue is that wages are decreasing, causing many Iranians to quite simply quit their job that does not even come close to covering the cost of living

Iran: Unemployment Crisis Continues to Worsen

The situation in Iran regarding unemployment is getting worse and worse and is one of the major points of contention with the people. The...

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