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A New Graphic Novel - a Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs

Iran-A New Graphic Novel - a Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs

The true story of a young freedom-loving Iranian man

The story of "A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs" is a graphic novel about the Iranian youth's fight for freedom. Published by "Société des écrivains" publishers and prefaced by Ingrid Betancourt, this new graphic book is the story of Ahmad, an intrepid young Iranian, driven by the ideals of freedom, shared happiness and equality.

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Iran Doubles Down on Terror and Turmoil

Iran Doubles Down on Terror and Turmoil

This 66-page book examines the motivation behind the regime’s political and economic strategy by considering three areas: terrorism including in Europe and the United States, incitement of regional conflicts, and the ballistic missile threat.

Failing to quell growing popular protests against their rule, the mullahs have opted to bolster domestic suppression with blatant terrorism and intimidation, particularly against opponents.

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Iran Will Be Free

This manuscript contains delivered keynote speech by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. On June 30, 2018, the Iranian Resistance's grand gathering was held in Villepinte, near Paris, France. Delegations from various countries including prominent politicians, members of parliaments, mayors, elected representatives, and international experts on Iran and the Middle East attended the huge event.

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Iran: Cyber Repression: How the IRGC Uses Cyberwarfare to Preserve the Theocracy

Iran: Cyber Repression

This manuscript demonstrates how the Iranian regime, under the supervision and guidance of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), has employed new cyberwarfare and tactics in a desperate attempt to counter the growing dissent inside the country, in particular the nationwide uprising that erupted in late December 2017.

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Iran's Ballistic Buildup: The March Toward Nuclear-Capable Missiles

This unique manuscript surveys the regime's missile capabilities, including the underlying organization, structure, production, and development infrastructure, as well as launch facilities and the command centers operating inside Iran.

This report has been complied based on intelligence and information obtained by Iran's main organized opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), from inside the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and other regime military institutions in charge of missile development.

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Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule: The 1988 Massacre of 30,000 Political Prisoners and the Continuing Atrocities

by Ncri- U S Representative Office (Author)

Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule is an exposE of the current rulers of Iran and their track record in human rights violations. The book details how 30,000 political prisoners fell victim to politicide during the summer of 1988 and showcases the most egregious political extinction of a group of people. The publication includes details about how the massacre arose, who the perpetrators were, and how they are presently engaging in the justification or cover up of the massacre, as they continue to rule the country and commit atrocities.

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No to Compulsory Veil: No to Compulsory Religion, No to Compulsory Government

by Maryam Rajavi 

This is a selection of six speeches by Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran from 2015 to 2017 in various conferences on the topic of Islam, compulsory veil, compulsory religion and compulsory government and why anything that is forced under any pretexts is contrary to the teachings of Islam.

Maryam Rajavi argues that mysogeny is the core of Islamic fundamentalism. In the case of iran, she argues that misogyny under the cloak of religion has become systematic and persistent because it is a lever to maintain the monopolistic domination of the velayat-e faqih. Misogyny is the raison d'être for dozens of the regime's suppressive agencies. It justifies the permanent surveillance operations in the streets, the actions of street patrols and the conduct of such agencies as the "Office to Combat Vice," or the "Morality Police Force" and 20 other police entities.

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