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Iranian uprising enters its 133rd day, with protesters calling for a regime change

On Thursday, the 133rd day of Iran's nationwide uprising, people from all walks of life across the country took to the streets in various protests.
On Thursday, the 133rd day of Iran's nationwide uprising, people from all walks of life across the country took to the streets in various protests.
On Thursday, the 133rd day of Iran’s nationwide uprising, people from all walks of life across the country took to the streets in various protests.

 

They are voicing their demands as the regime continues to deny them basic human rights and the Iranian economy suffers from state corruption.

Protests in Iran have now spread to at least 282 cities. According to sources from the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested over 30,000. The MEK has released the names of 637 protesters who were killed.

Protesters targeted IRGC-affiliated buildings in at least two cities in Iran on Thursday, according to reports. Local youths set fire to the entrance of an IRGC paramilitary Basij unit based in Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan Province in southwest Iran. in Tehran began chanting anti-regime slogans aimed specifically at Khamenei and the entire mullah apparatus.

Locals in Isfahan, central Iran, attack a branch of Bank Sepah, which is affiliated with the IRGC and is used in the IR GC’s corrupt control of the country’s economy. Protesters in Naqadeh, West Azerbaijan Province, northwest Iran, used Molotov cocktails to attack the home of a local regime agent.

There are also reports of an explosion at the home of regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini in Qom, central Iran, south of Tehran.

The international community is increasingly supportive of the Iranian people, particularly in the European Parliament and the United States Congress. Legislators are passing resolutions condemning the mullahs’ violations of human rights and urging action in support of the Iranian people.

 

 

On Wednesday, the US House of Representatives almost unanimously passed a resolution commending the “bravery, courage, and resolve of the women and men of Iran” seeking freedom in the fifth month of the country’s ongoing revolution.

The International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) held a book launch event at the European Parliament on Wednesday. Dignitaries commented on the current situation in Iran and the circumstances surrounding the country’s ongoing revolution protests.

Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), held a video conference with Members of the European Parliament in Brussels, emphasizing how Iranian protesters see the IRGC’s terrorist designation as a sign of support.

“For years, the European Union’s policy has been based on engagement with the mullahs’ regime. The other side of which has been ignoring the voice of the Iranian people and their Resistance. EU policy has been destructive, not only for the Iranian people but also for Europe,” Maryam Rajavi reiterated.

“The Iranian people understand fully well that monarchy has been a symbol of dictatorship in Iran in the past two centuries. In recent protests, they have chanted thousands of times that they want neither the previous nor the current dictatorships. They want freedom,” she continued.

 

 


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FOFI urges EU to support Iranian resistance and blacklist regime’s IRGC

Following a meeting on January 25, the Friends of Free Iran (FOFI), an inter-parliamentary group in the European Parliament, issued a statement discussing the current situation in Iran
Following a meeting on January 25, the Friends of Free Iran (FOFI), an inter-parliamentary group in the European Parliament, issued a statement discussing the current situation in Iran
Following a meeting on January 25, the Friends of Free Iran (FOFI), an inter-parliamentary group in the European Parliament, issued a statement discussing the current situation in Iran.

 

While making policy recommendations to EU leaders, urging them to include the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) on the list of terrorist organizations and to support the Iranian people and their organized Resistance.

Regime officials rant about MEK’s contribution to EU’s blacklisting Iran’s IRGC

The European Parliament passed a resolution urging European Union member states to blacklist Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) for their role in spreading terrorism and oppressing protesters.
The European Parliament passed a resolution urging European Union member states to blacklist Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) for their role in spreading terrorism and oppressing protesters.

The European Parliament passed a resolution urging European Union member states to blacklist Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) for their role in spreading terrorism and oppressing protesters.

 

As calls to outlaw the IRGC grow in Europe, regime officials express fear and rant about the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), and its role in mobilizing the world against Tehran’s godfather of terrorism.

Iran: Regime’s imminent collapse comes closer as protests across the nation continue

The number of arrests and trials of 'dissident' demonstrators in Iran continues to rise.
The number of arrests and trials of 'dissident' demonstrators in Iran continues to rise. The regime’s plan to quell the unrest cannot and will not stifle the protests by resorting to executions. The regime is frantic to retake control of the country.

 

Human rights organizations have spoken of sham trials, far from the fundamental principles of the rule of law, that these men and many other protesters have faced.

Iranian uprising enters its 130th day, with protesters from all walks of life taking to the streets

Iran's regime is putting more pressure on ethnic minorities. Since a new round of protests began five months ago, Iran's Baluch and Kurdish citizens have been subjected to some of the most heinous attacks and violations.
Iran's regime is putting more pressure on ethnic minorities. Since a new round of protests began five months ago, Iran's Baluch and Kurdish citizens have been subjected to some of the most heinous attacks and violations.
On Monday, Iran’s nationwide uprising will mark its 130th day, following a day of various types of protests by people from all walks of life in various cities.

 

Protest rallies by laborers and investors, as well as brave locals, were held in various parts of Tehran and Karaj, demanding their rights and opposing the mullahs’ dictatorship.

EU’s terrorist listing of IRGC triggers panic reaction among Iranian officials

On January 18, the European Parliament demanded that the European Union designate Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization for repressing protesters.
On January 18, the European Parliament demanded that the European Union designate Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization for repressing protesters.

 

The resolution calls for the IRGC, Basij, and Quds Force to be listed, as well as the sanctioning of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, regime President Ebrahim Raisi, Attorney General Montazeri, and IRGC-affiliated foundations.

Iran’s ethnic minorities face increased repression and discrimination

Iran's regime is putting more pressure on ethnic minorities. Since a new round of protests began five months ago, Iran's Baluch and Kurdish citizens have been subjected to some of the most heinous attacks and violations.

 

The Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Basij forces are primarily responsible for this repression. Iran has several minority groups, the majority of which are concentrated in provinces near the country’s borders. Iranian Arabs live near the Iraqi border, Kurds in the northwest, known as Iranian Kurdistan, and Baluchis in the south-eastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards face terrorist designation by European Union

The European Parliament passed a resolution on Thursday calling for increased pressure on Iran's regime, including the formal designation of its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.
The European Parliament passed a resolution on Thursday calling for increased pressure on Iran's regime, including the formal designation of its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.
The European Parliament passed a resolution on Thursday calling for increased pressure on Iran’s regime, including the formal designation of its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.

 

MEPs overwhelmingly supported that designation a day earlier, with only nine votes against it 598. Following multiple appeals from European Union member states such as Germany, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen also expressed explicit support for sanctioning and prohibiting the IRGC as a terrorist organization.

Iranian regime responds to EU terrorist designation of IRGC with threats

According to the Fars News Agency, MP Abbas Kaabi called the move a declaration of war and warned that
According to the Fars News Agency, MP Abbas Kaabi called the move a declaration of war and warned that "the Europeans must bear the consequences of this dangerous game" on January 19.

According to the Fars News Agency, MP Abbas Kaabi called the move a declaration of war and warned that "the Europeans must bear the consequences of this dangerous game" on January 19.

 

The European Parliament passed a resolution urging the European Union to label Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. This unprecedented action, combined with growing calls in the green continent, where appeasement policy has been dominant for years, has caused significant upheaval in the regime.

Iranian uprising enters its 128th day, with Baloch protesters chanting anti-regime slogans

Iran's nationwide protests are on their 128th day, following a massive demonstration the day before in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan & Baluchestan Province in southeast Iran.
Iran's nationwide protests are on their 128th day, following a massive demonstration the day before in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan & Baluchestan Province in southeast Iran.
Iran’s nationwide protests are on their 128th day, following a massive demonstration the day before in Zahedan, the capital of Sistan & Baluchestan Province in southeast Iran.

 

People were seen taking to the streets in other cities, including Rask, Khash, and Galikesh in northeast Iran, chanting slogans specifically targeting regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his entire crackdown apparatus, including the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and the paramilitary Basij units.