Authorities in Kenya discovered a series of synchronized plans for terror acts by an Iranian on Sunday, November 28, 2021. Mohammed Saeid Golabi is suspected of being at the heart of conspiracies against Kenyan targets.
After months of negotiating over the position of education minister, Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi ultimately named Yousef Nouri, a Revolutionary Guards officer, as the new education minister, completing his cabinet of terror, and receiving a vote of confidence from the regime’s parliament.
On Tuesday, Ali Bagheri-Kani, Iran’s lead representative at the talks, reiterated the regime’s rhetoric about sanctions relief and nuclear extortion, even saying that the regime reserves the right to revisit the preliminary terms that were allegedly agreed upon during the six sessions that took place before the Vienna talks stalled in June. Other officials have stated unequivocally that they will not accept any compromise unless the US just lifts all economic sanctions immediately, prior to any action by the Iranian leadership.
Protests were held by various populations in several cities around Iran on Tuesday. For the third day in a row, workers at Chenareh, a mineral company in Andimeshk, went on strike and staged a protest rally in front of the company’s offices.
On Wednesday, Hamid Noury, a former Iranian jail officer, testified in his own defense for the sixth time, addressing questions from Swedish public prosecutors on the 1988 massacre in Iran’s prisons and his own role in the massacre. Noury is charged with war crimes and mass murder for allegedly escorting political captives to the “death corridor” at Gohardasht Prison, where they were killed in groups of a dozen or more.
The narrative of one of Iran’s top athletes’ dismal lives was just released by the country’s state-run media. The narrative of a deaf judoka from the country’s national team who earned a bronze medal at the 2017 Paralympics in Turkey.
Following the uprising by the people and youth of Isfahan in support of farmers and their protests for the right to water from the Zayandeh Rud river, last week, supporters of Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI / MEK Iran) and Resistance Units expressed their solidarity with the uprising, by posting banners and placards in different cities across the country.
The clerical regime tried to prevent the farmers and people of Isfahan to stage a new uprising, by frantically mobilizing the Revolutionary Guards, the intelligence agents, and the State Security Force (SSF) as well as dispatching units of Basij paramilitary agents from different cities to Isfahan.