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Camp Ashraf in Iraq: Spanish court investigates a close ally of Maliki

A Spanish court investigation is to include Faleh al-Fayad, security adviser to the Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. This comes in the wake of a complaint filed against him as a person responsible for serious breaches of the Fourth Geneva Convention for his alleged involvement in the killings on April 8, 2011, and September 1, 2013, of protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Convention living in Camp Ashraf, according to the decision.

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NCRI Representative Urges Attention to Domestic Unrest in Iran

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 10:03

Dowlat NowruziThe UK Representative of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), Dowlat Nowrouzi, addressed the recent popular protests in Iran during an online Q&A session on Tuesday, May 12. In her remarks, Ms. Nowrouzi highlighted the recent protests by two major sections of the Iranian society: Teachers and laborers.

“The country is in turmoil and during the last month Iran has witnessed major protests by teachers and workers calling for higher salary, better living conditions, an end to the rampant corruption in the country but also the right to freedom of assembly and expression as well as the release of imprisoned colleagues. These protests come despite heavy repression and suppressive pre-emptive measures by the government and its security forces,” Nowrouzi said.


IRAN: Iranshahr residents protest death of Baluchis by State Security Forces

Tuesday, 12 May 2015 11:01

Archive pictureOn Sunday, May 10, people of Mohammadabad and Karimabad villages, near Iranshahr in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, who were enraged by the death of two Baluchis, attacked the police station in Mohammadabad with wooden clubs and stones setting it ablaze. The protests in the region continued into late hours of Sunday night and protesters destroyed three vehicles belonging to the security forces and the municipality. Moreover, the Iranshahr-Bampour road was closed down by protestors.

Protests followed an act by the suppressive security forces in Mohammadabad police station who fired directly at a pickup truck causing it to crash. The crash caused the vehicle that was transporting diesel fuel to catch fire and the two Baluchi passengers of the vehicles tragically burned in the fire. Shots were fired at the vehicle on the pretext that it was smuggling fuel.


IRAN: Anti-regime protests continued despite crackdown

Monday, 11 May 2015 18:09

Mahabad protests 05.11.2015Despite the repressive measures of the Iranian regime in the city of Mahabad, in the afternoon of Saturday, May 9, new clashes between young people in different parts of the city of Mahabad and security forces occurred. At least eight members of the security forces were punished by angry youth.

The people of Sardasht also demonstrated in solidarity with the people of Mahabad, chanting "We are all Farinaz" and "Mahabad is not alone", "Silence today, tomorrow worse". The suppressive forces tried to disperse the crowd by throwing tear gas and beating with batons and direct firing.


IRAN: Prisoners chant "Down with dictator" during protest against repressive measures

Monday, 11 May 2015 14:01

Ghezel Hesar PrisonNCRI - A large group of Iranian prisoners being held in Gohardasht prison in the city of Karaj chanted anti-regime slogans during a protest on Saturday against the installation of high powered cellular phone jamming devices that causes health problems.

Prisoners in Section 4 of Gohardasht prison chanted "Down with dictator", "Long live freedom" and "Death to the regime of executions."


IRAN: Widespread arrests and undeclared curfew in Mahabad

Saturday, 09 May 2015 13:59

Protests in Mahabad 2015.05.09The Iranian Resistance calls for solidarity and support of Iranian people with the Kurdish people, especially with the valiant youth of Mahabad

Call on international bodies to stop the arrests and secure expeditious release of arrestees

Continuing with their heroic uprising, the valiant people of Mahabad raided the office of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Information and Security on Thursday, May 7.



IRAN: Maryam Rajavi hails people of Mahabad for their uprising against the regime

Friday, 08 May 2015 18:55

Maryam Rajavi 201.503.07The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi hailed the courageous people of Mahabad who staged an angry protest against the death of a young woman in their city and gave a big lesson to the clerical regime and its intelligence agents.

Farinaz Khosravi, 26, lost her life while defending herself against the assault of an intelligence ministry agent.Mrs. Rajavi extended her deepest condolences and sympathy to Ms. Khosravi's family, describing her as a brave and honorable woman.


IRAN: Residents of western city protest over MOIS agent’s assault on woman

Monday, 11 May 2015 11:32

Mahabad Farnaz 2015.05.07Residents of the city of Mahabad in western Iran rise in protest against the loss of life of a young girl in confronting the assault by an intelligence agent

At least 50 residents injured and 30 more were arrested as State Security Forces attack attacked angry resident that burned government vehicles and motorcycles

On Thursday May 7, demonstration of the youth and angry people of Mahabad in front of Hotel Tara led to widespread clashes with the regime suppressive forces in which 50 people were injured and at least 30 people were arrested. According to some reports, two people were killed.


Teachers protest across Iran despite Khamenei’s threats and oppressive provisions

Thursday, 07 May 2015 15:28

Teachers demonstrationTeachers’ protests – No. 1

Since Thursday morning, May 7, gatherings by noble teachers and education-system employees in protest to the hardships in their lives and that of their families have begun in Tehran and many cities across the country, including Mashhad, Esfahan, Tabriz, Zanjan, Sanandaj, Hamedan, Qazvin, Shahr-e Kord, Sabzevar, Damghan, Shiraz, Sari, Kermanshah, Ahwaz, Babol, Marivan, Ardebil, Qom, Bushehr and Gatvand.

In Tehran, 6000 teachers assembled in front of regime’s parliament. This gathering began at 9:30 a.m. despite the fact that the security forces and intelligence agents had been stationed in the area from early morning who attempted to prevent any assembly of teachers by employing various methods.


Iran: Political prisoners continue hunger strike in support of imprisoned teachers

Thursday, 07 May 2015 13:19

Gohardasht prisonOn Thursday May 7, the hunger strike of political prisoners of Karaj Gohardasht prison in support of imprisoned teachers and workers continued for the forth day. Up to 10 hunger strikers had been on hunger strike protesting the transfer of imprisoned teacher Rasoul Bodaghi to solitary confinement.

They are also protesting the arrest of Ebrahim Madadi and Dawood Razavi, two senior members of the Tehran Transit Bus union, and the arrest of teachers and workers including the Azadegan oil company. They were arrested by the regime's intelligence agents for their protest against mass firings of workers and engineers and replacing them with non-indigenous people.


Iran: Beating, battering, retrial of political prisoner and PMOI supporter Ali Moezzi

Wednesday, 06 May 2015 19:38

Ali MoezziBy bringing false charges and in a sham trial, henchmen gave him another year in prison although he has finished his prison term

The Mullahs’ regime judiciary condemned Mr. Ali Moezzi, 65, political prisoner and supporter of People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), to one more year in prison through fabricated allegations. On Monday, May 4, in a sham trial in city of Karaj, this sentence was communicated to Mr. Moezzi who had been forcibly transferred to the sham court.

Monday morning, henchmen summoned Mr. Moezzi to participate in the “court”. He stated in writing that he considers the “court” illegal and illegitimate and would not partake in it. Subsequently, a drove of criminals headed by an IRGC Major battered him. He was hit against the iron bars which caused an injury to his forehead with severe bleeding.


Call on human and women’s rights agencies to secure swift release of Ms. Narges Mohammadi

Thursday, 07 May 2015 14:51

Narges MohammadiClerical regime’s intelligence elements raided the home of journalist and human rights activist Ms. Narges Mohammadi on Tuesday, May 5, arresting and transferring her to Evin Prison. Ms. Mohammadi attempted to prevent entry of droves of mercenaries who were there to arrest her, but regime’s intelligence elements threatened her and forcibly took her with them.

Ms. Mohammadi was arrested albeit the fact that on May 3, she had been tried in the mullahs, “revolutionary court” headed by henchman Salavati on charges of “propaganda against the system, assembly and collaboration against the national security, and establishment and membership in a proscribed group”. However, this sham trial was deferred to a later session as her lawyers protested the legal procedure and the fact that they had not been allowed to study the case despite their repeated referrals to the “court”.


Iraqi agents obstruct Camp Liberty residents receiving medical care

Saturday, 02 May 2015 21:21

Camp LibertyThe inhuman medical siege of Camp Liberty and intentional delay in the transfer of patients to the hospital continues that in recent days has caused a number of people to lose their medical appointments and return to camp without any result. Appointments that in some cases have been pending for months.

On April 30, 2015, the Iraqi agents hold up the patients' ambulance without any reason more than two hours at the entrance of the camp. As a result, one of the female patients lost her medical appointment.


NCRI Education Committee calls for widespread participation in protest gatherings

Thursday, 30 April 2015 00:33

Teachers iprotesting in Esfahan 1st of March Ms. Soheila Sadeq, Chair of the National Council of Resistance (NCR) Education Committee, commemorates the Teacher’s Day and calls on all noble teachers to participate in protest gatherings and urges all students and the youth to rise up in solidarity with the teachers.

Ms. Sadeq said, “A life under the poverty-line for millions of teachers and abandoning them in face of escalating prices and inflation with no job security and making teachers work for very low wages under the cover of temporary contracts, is a shame for the regime of velayat-e faqih that has squandered hundreds of billions of dollars of Iranian people’s assets in ominous nuclear projects, export of terrorism to and warmongering in the region, and in pervasive and growing suppression across the country.


Iranian regime cannot be trusted - a need for inspections of all nuclear sites

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 20:22

Iranian nuclear facilityThe Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, leads a deceptive and fraudulent regime. The Iranian dictatorship has not committed to any resolutions or nuclear agreements with the P5+1 countries. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has repeatedly disclosed the secret nuclear and military sites of this regime via various press conferences. The validity of these revelations has been confirmed by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and by prestigious international media. For this reason, the inspection of nuclear sites in Rouhani’s government is critical.

Members of the U.S. Congress from both parties have repeatedly called on President Obama and the Congress to address this issue.



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Conference - Women's Day

Interviews with handicapped and ill people of Ashraf

Ashraf the Message

Project - Ashraf The Message

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