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Iran: Brussels will return a convicted Iranian terrorist diplomat to Tehran

Brussels will send Assadollah Assadi, a career diplomat terrorist, back to Tehran under the guise of "Transfer of Sentenced Prisoners."
Brussels will send Assadollah Assadi, a career diplomat terrorist, back to Tehran under the guise of “Transfer of Sentenced Prisoners.”

The Belgian government is reportedly close to finalizing a shameful agreement with the Iranian regime, according to the official website of the Belgian Parliament. Brussels will send Assadollah Assadi, a career diplomat terrorist, back to Tehran under the guise of “Transfer of Sentenced Prisoners.”

Who Is Hossein Taeb, the man who was recently expelled from the IRGC intelligence service of Iran?

The revelation of Taeb's dismissal came as a bombshell and revealed the severity of the internal crisis within the regime.
The revelation of Taeb's dismissal came as a bombshell and revealed the severity of the internal crisis within the regime.
The revelation of Taeb’s dismissal came as a bombshell and revealed the severity of the internal crisis within the regime.

 

Last week, the Iranian government fired Hossein Taeb, the IRGC’s long-time intelligence chief and a close ally of the mullahs’ leader Ali Khamenei and his son Mojtaba.Taeb, a notorious criminal, was removed from his position after 13 years, shortly after several assassinations of IRGC commanders inside Iran and hundreds of Iranian Resistance operations aimed at dismantling the regime’s oppressive apparatus, such as the recent takedown of Tehran’s municipality and the city’s CCTVs.

 

UN Secretary-General’s Report Highlights Iran’s dismal human rights situation

Human rights abuses in Iran are reflected in the most recent UN Secretary-General report, which was submitted in accordance with Resolution 17/76 of the General Assembly.
Human rights abuses in Iran are reflected in the most recent UN Secretary-General report, which was submitted in accordance with Resolution 17/76 of the General Assembly.
Human rights abuses in Iran are reflected in the most recent UN Secretary-General report, which was submitted in accordance with Resolution 17/76 of the General Assembly.

 

None of the criteria outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law are met by the state of human rights in Iran. The Iranian regime permits itself to violate any kind of human rights while citing the principles of Islam to justify its criminal and inhuman laws. Even with modern technology, sentences like the death penalty have been outlawed in many nations during the era of the boom in consciousness and the advancement of human relations.

Iran’s regime can no longer deny the MEK’s growing domestic and international support

the MEK's recent campaigns both inside and outside Iran have been so successful and extensive that it has frightened the mullahs, causing them to react frantically and exposing their true fear of their archenemy.
the MEK's recent campaigns both inside and outside Iran have been so successful and extensive that it has frightened the mullahs, causing them to react frantically and exposing their true fear of their archenemy.
the MEK’s recent campaigns both inside and outside Iran have been so successful and extensive that it has frightened the mullahs, causing them to react frantically and exposing their true fear of their archenemy.

 

The Iranian regime had previously attempted to portray the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as completely non-existent, consistently claiming in its official propaganda that it had destroyed 90% of the group and that what was left was wilting in exile. This story served the purpose of portraying the regime as unchallenged and devoid of significant opposition.

Iran’s regime cannot ignore the MEK any longer

Iranian regime president Ebrahim Raisi (center), Government spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh (Left), and the regime’s deputy for international affairs and human rights Kazem Gharibabadi (right)
Iranian regime president Ebrahim Raisi (center), Government spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh (Left), and the regime’s deputy for international affairs and human rights Kazem Gharibabadi (right)

In a speech in 1980, the mullahs’ regime founder and former supreme leader Ruhollah Khomeini told his supporters, “Our enemy is neither in the East nor in the West, nor in Kurdistan.  The enemy is right here, under our nose, in Tehran.”Later, Khomeini’s close allies acknowledged that he and the rest of his government were terrified of the main adversary.

Iran: Nobel laureate Sir Richard Roberts meets Maryam Rajavi in Ashraf-3

Sir Richard J. Roberts, the Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine in 1993, visited Ashraf-3 on June 26 and met with the President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
Sir Richard J. Roberts, the Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine in 1993, visited Ashraf-3 on June 26 and met with the President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
Sir Richard J. Roberts, the Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine in 1993, visited Ashraf-3 on June 26 and met with the President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

 

Sir Richard J. Roberts, the Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine in 1993, visited Ashraf-3 on June 26 and met with the President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). Sir Roberts, a British biochemist and molecular biologist who won the Nobel Prize for discovering introns in eukaryotic DNA and the mechanism of gene splicing, also attended a meeting with Iranian Resistance members and delivered a brief but moving speech.

Iran: ‘Clerics taught nurses how to work during pandemic’ says regime president Ebrahim Raisi

" During the pandemic, Raisi, an illiterate who hasn't completed sixth grade, claimed that "clerics and revolutionary" regime forces in Iran taught Iranian nurses and doctors how to work.
” During the pandemic, Raisi, an illiterate who hasn’t completed sixth grade, claimed that “clerics and revolutionary” regime forces in Iran taught Iranian nurses and doctors how to work.

 

President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi is infamous for his bizarre and foolish comments about Iran’s social and economic crises in addition to his infamous career as the “hanging judge.” During the pandemic, Raisi, an illiterate who hasn’t completed sixth grade, claimed that “clerics and revolutionary” regime forces in Iran taught Iranian nurses and doctors how to work.

Iran: Khamenei expresses concern over the escalating social unrest

Ali Khamenei, spoke at the so-called Congress of Martyrs of the Nomadic Community on June 12, but his words weren't made public until nine days later, on June 21.
Ali Khamenei, spoke at the so-called Congress of Martyrs of the Nomadic Community on June 12, but his words weren't made public until nine days later, on June 21.
Ali Khamenei: Spoke at the so-called Congress of Martyrs of the Nomadic Community on June 12, but his words weren’t made public until nine days later, on June 21.

The supreme leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, spoke at the so-called Congress of Martyrs of the Nomadic Community on June 12, but his words weren’t made public until nine days later, on June 21.”Today, cultural work is more important than anything else for the Iranian nation as a whole, including the nomads. Today, the enemy of Islam and the Iranian nation relies on soft war.

Iran’s parliament condemns Raisi despite Khamenei’s order not to criticize the president

Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.
Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.
Ali Khamenei: made an unprecedented statement on June 12: “Whoever pushes the nation into being pessimistic about the country’s officials is, willingly or unwillingly, working in favor of the enemy!”

 

The Iranian regime’s official website published a speech by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in which he warned various regime officials and entities about criticizing regime President Ebrahim Raisi and his administration. He made an unprecedented statement on June 12: “Whoever pushes the nation into being pessimistic about the country’s officials is, willingly or unwillingly, working in favor of the enemy!”

Raisi was Khamenei’s final attempt to control Iran’s restive population

Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.
Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.
Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.

After a nine-day delay, remarks from Ali Khamenei’s most recent public appearance were published on his website and by Iran’s state media on June 21. This alone is very revealing and begs important questions. His speech provides insight into the problems facing the Iranian mullahs’ regime.“Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.