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Thursday, October 19, 2017

The horrific truth about the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran

18.10.17
By Zohair Ahmad
It has become common knowledge that during the summer of 1988 the clerical regime murdered more than 30 000 political prisoners in the most brutal fashion. The UN special rapporteur Asma Jahangir mentioned the massacre in her rapport to the UN when she addressed the human rights situation in Iran this year. There has also been requested that the UN should assemble an inquiry committee to investigate the 1988 massacre.
Action in France in memorial for 1988 massacre victims

The audio tapes that were revealed by the late Ayatollah Montazeri’s son leave no doubt that Khomeini’s death Fatwa was a crime against humanity and must be dealt with accordingly. The fatwa about killing members and supporters of the PMOI was a crime against humanity and all the people that had a role in implementing this decree were involved in a crime against humanity. 

It is no secret that the same people that were involved in these killings are the same people that are now at the helm of the Islamic Republic of Iran and they are also involved in the suppression and destruction of different sectors of Iranian society. 
It is clear that the culprits behind the 1988 massacre will continue to abuse human rights until they are faced with a judge and a jury and are tried for this hideous crime. The first step will be to acknowledge the 1988 massacre, the second step will be to start an inquiry to reveal the extent of this crime, the third step is to seek justice for the 30 000 victims of this horrific crime. The very fact that everyone that had any connection with the PMOI was murdered, not even unborn babies were spared, they got killed with their mothers. Also, children were reported killed during this killing spree by the regime. Youngest victim we know about was 13 years old. The list of victims that were killed during the summer of 1988 might never be completed since the regime is doing whatever they can to cover this up, they have even resorted to demolishing the mass graves of the victims in an effort to destroy vital evidence of the crime. 
We, therefore, urge you all to join us in our request to the UN that the 1988 massacre must be mentioned as a human rights violation and that an independent inquiry committee must be appointed by the UN in an effort to seek justice for the thousands of victims that perished under this massacre.  

Monday, October 16, 2017

Iranian people protest the regimes plundering

16.10.17
By Zohair Ahmad

For the past 3 weeks, the people of Iran has conducted a 24-hour sit-down to protest the regimes plundering of their assets. The protesters are no longer afraid of the police and their slogan for the protests are “Shame on you #Rouhani “. There are videos of the protests spread all over the internet so the regime’s censorship agencies have failed in their strategy of trying to isolate the Iranian people from the rest of the world. It has been a long-term strategy of the regime to cut the Iranian society’s connections with the rest of the world but people are inventive in their ways of getting the messages out to the rest of the world.


 The Iranian wealth has been plundered from the people and have ended up in the pockets of the mullahs or have been used to monger war I Syria, Iraq and Yemen. This conduct has made the “Persian lion” angry, the mullahs are getting richer at the expense of the people and that is not acceptable. Many of the protesters have not been paid their lawful salaries and people are starving due to the rise in poverty that the regime is the main cause of. 
 The Iranian people show the regime exactly what they think of the regime and there is no doubt that the Iranian people want a regime change in the near future. We have seen during the presidential (S)- election that people are no longer playing along with the regime's games and made it very clear that their preferred president was the NCRI President-Elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. Posters all over Iran brings testimony to this wish from the people. 
And during the second half of the year, we can see a significant rise in protests all across the country.  This is a clear sign of the beginning of the end for the clerical regime. People are letting the regime know that enough is enough, they will rather die standing than living their lives on their knees. The proud people of Iran are showing the mullahs that they stand tall and will never yield. 
 The only solution to the plundering and the poverty are a regime change, only when NCRI and the Iranian people are in charge of Iran will there be peace and democracy. The NCRI has pledged to establish a social security system that takes care of the children, the old and the disabled, in the future Iran no one will starve or be homeless. The government will be working to make lives better for the average Iranian, not like it is now, just the mullahs and their families are not starving. 
And it is this future Iran that the people are protesting for, they want a democratically elected President and they want basic human rights and above all they want freedom. 


Sunday, October 15, 2017

What impact will Trump’s decertification of the JCPOA have on the Iranian regime?

 15.10.17
By Zohair Ahmad

 A few days ago Trump was addressing the JCPOA and all its flaws. He made it very clear that the days of appeasement of the Iranian regime is over and done with. He made it clear that the United States will make sure that Iran never acquires a nuclear weapon. He also pointed out that the IRGC’s activities must be stopped at any cost.
 He further stated that the suffering of the regime’s longest suffering victims, its own people must come to an end. Trump claimed that if the nuclear deal had not been signed in 2015 the Iranian regime as we know it would cease to exist. The American President acknowledged the criminal actions of the regime and that steps would be taken accordingly.
Maryam Rajavi welcomed new US strategy for Iran

 The President-elect of the NCRI, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi welcomed the decision from the American President as a good step in the right direction. She added that a firm policy towards the regime is long overdue, however, the ultimate solution is the overthrow of the regime and the establishment of freedom and democracy in Iran by the Iranian people and its resistance.
 She stated that the appeasement policy towards Iran regime has been the one thing standing in the way of a regime change in Iran.  Mrs. Rajavi welcomed the designation of the IRGC as a terrorist entity under executive order 13224 and described it as an inevitable, necessary step for regional and global peace and security. She added that the IRGC is the prime means of suppression, execution, and torture in Iran, spreading terrorism throughout the world, warmongering and massacres in the region.  Mrs. Rajavi added some practical steps in the new US policy against the Iranian regime:
 -The regime’s crimes and particularly the 1988 massacre of 30 000 prisoners must be referred to the UN Security Council and the criminals must be brought to justice.
  -The clerical regime, the IRGC, and its mercenary militias must be expelled from Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan, and Yemen. And they must be prevented from shipping arms and dispatching forces to these countries.
 -In view of its support for terrorism and continued human rights abuses, the Iranian regime must be denied access to international banking systems.
  - And the previous UN Security Council resolutions on the clerical regime’s nuclear weapons project, ban on nuclear enrichment, as well as free and unconditional inspections of military and non-military centers must be implemented.  Only time will tell how the middle east puzzle will look like in a few years but one thing is certain, the Iranian people and its resistance will not rest until Iran is a free and democratic Iran. The Mullahs will no longer rule the oppressed Iranian people and the country will prosper and grow once again. 

Monday, October 9, 2017

How does Iran sponsor global terrorism with IRGC?

07.10.2017
By Zohair Ahmad
In a short but very informative video, we can see how Iran has been training terrorists in Iran and dispatching them across the globe. Iran is the very reason ISIS came to be. Even the United States Government, in their annual report on terrorism 2016, referred to Iran as the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism. They also state in their report that Iran is, in fact, employing foreign nationals.
But how does Iran pull that off? We need not look any further than the IRGC’s extraterritorial arm, the Quds force, they are involved in terrorist activities all around the globe, not only in the Middle East area.

The history behind the IRGC is that the force was established to preserve the power of the clerical dictatorship of the regime. The IRGC is ensuring that by committing terror against its own people. The IRGC is also the main force that ensures the regime's pursuit of a nuclear weapon.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Iranian teachers cry for freedom and justice

04.10.2017
By Zohair Ahmad
As the world teachers day are approaching it is disturbing to see all the gruesome news from Iran. It is a paradox that the richest region in Iran does not have enough teachers for their schools. 40% of the schools do not have teachers.
 
Iranian children school under tents 

And the regime's crimes against teachers and students continues. The former director-general of Teachers’ Trade Association, Esmail Abdi is on a hunger strike in prison, another teacher from Gilan has been sent into exile for singing in art class. The human rights violations against Iranian teachers and students are increasing and are most likely to rise even more under the mullahs, the mullahs have effectively destroyed the Iranian educational system and they are not going to rectify their errors anytime soon.
Ismail Abdi, prisoner of conscience and Secretary General of Iran’s Teachers

 The protests across the country are a clear sign of the discontent of the people, not only teachers and students but the general Iranian population. 

Teachers are protesting to get their salaries and their fund back but this is dangerous, many teachers have been arrested and tortured or sent in exile, this must stop if the regime does not follow the human rights bill they must resign from power. This inhumane anti-social regime has no place in 2017.
Teachers protest in Iran


In her message on the opening of the school year, NCRI’s