State Mullah Admits People Do Not Trust Them Anymore

NCRI Staff

NCRI - In the wake of repeated attacks by people on mullahs and beating them in different cities of Iran, the state-run Armaan newspaper has conducted an interview with Hadi Ghaffari, a state mullah, asking about the cause of this phenomenon.

Hadi Ghaffari, who was originally a radical cleric of the regime and today had to join the so-called gang of reformists, explains this phenomenon: “The main reason for physical attacks on clerics in the streets is that people are hungry and have lost their religion and their faith and consider the mullahs in power (state mullahs) as the cause of their economic and social problems.

Regime Official: "In Iran, 49 People Are Being Jailed per Hour"

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NCRI - An official of the Iranian regime's welfare organization said that while in 1979 “ten people” were jailed in Iran every hour, the figure now stands at 49 people per hour.

According to the state-run ISNA news agency on October 29, Hassan Mousavi Chalak in his statements announced that the number of people who have been “socially harmed” in Iran in recent years has been “multiplied”.

Iran Regime's Panic and Fear From the Ceremony of Cyrus the Great

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Simultaneous to reports of the closure of main road leading to the Cyrus tomb, Friday prayer leaders in the Fars Province (southern Iran) strongly attacked the Ceremony of the Achaemenid king (Cyrus the Great) Day and condemned Israel and the U.S. as “sponsors” of the ceremony.

According to the state-run IRNA news agency, Alireza Siahpur, Director General of Fars Province Road Transport said on Friday, October 27, that part of the Shiraz-Isfahan highway would be blocked on Saturday and Sunday October 28 and 29, due to "repairs". This is the main road leading to the Cyrus Tomb. The ancient Pasargadae is located about 135 kilometers from Shiraz.

Iran Regime's Fear Over the Discontent of the Majority of People

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A political expert of Iranian regime admitted the existence of deep divisions of the social classes in the Iranian society, and while expressing fear about the social protests said: “When the majority of the society sees itself a victim of the policies of a plunderer minority, nobody will ever be safe from the revenge of the victims. No one will be merciful neither to the hard liners, nor the ‘reformers’, nor the ‘moderates.’

"Dry Tsunami", a Looming Disaster for Iran

NCRI Staff

NCRI - It’s nearly four decades since the Iranian regime came to power, and water scarcity has turned to an imminent disaster as well as a social crisis, so that according to regime’s head of National Security Committee, “the country’s water crisis has practically raised into a security issue.”

More than 40 thousand Iranian villages have become inhabited, with their once residents now living in misery and poverty in marginal areas of big cities.

Iran: The Catastrophe of Water Scarcity in Golestan Palace

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The head of Iran's Environmental Organization, acknowledged that, since three decades ago, many of the regime’s officials, realized that the water policy is not coherent and strict in Iran, however, they did not do anything at all.

Iran Regime Unveils New Comprehensive Legal System for Internet

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian regime attempts to control the flow and consumption of information into the country. Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader, believes the Internet is “used by the enemy to target Islamic thinking.” Control of the information and news available to the public is believed to facilitate the regime’s hold over Iranian society.

Under the Rule of Iran Regime, in an Oil Rich Country, Selling Body Organs to Pay off Debts

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The bitter reality of an oil rich country, under the rule of Mullahs, who are spending billions of dollars, over exporting terrorism and extremism and warmongering, in the Middle East and around the world, is that majority of its people are living under the line of poverty and have to sell their body organs to pay off their debts, the following shocking story which was published in LA times on October 15, 2017 is just an example of the disastrous living condition of people under the rule of Iranian regime.

Iran: Preventing the Use of Health Care Facilities by Child Laborers

NCRI Staff

NCRI - According to an official of the Iranian regime’s welfare orgainzation, while many children do not have “identity papers,” the Ministry of Health requires them to have identity document to use the medical facilities of the ministry.

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