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Iranians and MEK Supporters Demonstrate Across Europe in Support of ‘Bread Protests’

MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.
MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.
MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran.

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) hold rallies around the world to echo the voice of their risen compatriots as protests rage across the country.MEK supporters held rallies in Gothenburg and Vienna on May 21 and 22, denouncing ongoing human rights violations in Iran and Western governments’ inaction in response to the country’s deteriorating human rights situation.

Will Khamenei Back Down on Iran’s Nuclear Deal in the Face of Mounting Domestic Pressure?

Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.
Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.
Foreign Ministry spokesman of mullahs regime  Saeed Khatibzadeh said. Khamenei never raised the issue of compromise.

Following the recent meeting between Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as reported by Al Jazeera TV, the mullahs’ Foreign Ministry spokesman and state media quickly responded, denying any claims that Khamenei was willing to “compromise” on the Iran nuclear deal dossier.

Another Iranian Journalist Imprisoned Under the Mullahs’ Heinous Laws

The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.
The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.

The arrest of Taghikhani caused a stir within the regime, forcing Hamedani to deny pressing any charges against the journalist.

According to reports from Iran, a state-affiliated journalist was detained for allegedly insulting the Friday prayer leader of Karaj, located west of Tehran. Because her daughter had spent time in upscale parts of Tehran, Mohammad-Mehdi Hosseini Hamedani chastised a member of Karaj’s city council. Mahyar Taghikhani, a state-affiliated journalist, asked whether Hamedani would act if her daughter did the same.

Iranian Regime is Restricting Internet Access to Prevent Information Spread About Recent Protests

These demonstrations erupted shortly after Raisi's government abolished the preferential currency rate.
These demonstrations erupted shortly after Raisi's government abolished the preferential currency rate.
These demonstrations erupted shortly after Raisi’s government abolished the preferential currency rate.

More than a dozen Iranian cities have seen protests in recent days as a result of rising prices. People quickly chanted slogans against officials such as the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and his president Ebrahim Raisi, because they are aware of the regime’s role in creating and worsening their economic woes.

Iran: Spreading Protests Over Surge of Prices Foretell Regime’s Downfall

The Iranian people are Khamenei's main adversary. This same adversary has launched a new round of protests, which began on May 8 and have spread to numerous cities and provinces.
The Iranian people are Khamenei's main adversary. This same adversary has launched a new round of protests, which began on May 8 and have spread to numerous cities and provinces.
The Iranian people are Khamenei’s main adversary. This same adversary has launched a new round of protests, which began on May 8 and have spread to numerous cities and provinces.

The Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei stated on January 25, 2016, emphasized that if these protests are  not stopped the “enemy will enter the country” and “we will have to fight and stop them here in Kermanshah, Hamedan, and other provinces!”

MEK Iran: Maryam Rajavi Meets Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Ashraf 3

This visit fell on the sixth day of Iran's ongoing nationwide protests, in which brave citizens from various cities took to the streets to demand regime change and democracy.
This visit fell on the sixth day of Iran's ongoing nationwide protests, in which brave citizens from various cities took to the streets to demand regime change and democracy.
This visit fell on the sixth day of Iran’s ongoing nationwide protests, in which brave citizens from various cities took to the streets to demand regime change and democracy.

On Monday, May 16, Mike Pompeo, the 70th United States Secretary of State, visited Ashraf 3, which is home to thousands of members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Manz, Albania. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

Will Raisi’s ‘Economic Surgery’ Improve Iran’s Disastrous Economy?

Ali Khamenei said,
Ali Khamenei said, "throwing money here and there will solve nothing."Ebrahim Raisi, the regime's president, claimed to have performed "economic surgery" to bring rising inflation under control.
Ali Khamenei said, “throwing money here and there will solve nothing.”Ebrahim Raisi, the regime’s president, claimed to have performed “economic surgery” to bring rising inflation under control.

On March 21, senior regime officials in Iran began the Persian calendar year with promises to address the country’s economic woes. To date, we have seen nothing of the sort, and Iran’s financial woes are growing at an unprecedented rate. On the same day, regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei said, “throwing money here and there will solve nothing.”Ebrahim Raisi, the regime’s president, claimed to have performed “economic surgery” to bring rising inflation under control.

Iran’s State-Run Media Warns of Social Unrest, as Prices Continue to Rise

Iran's volatile society has forced the regime's sprawling disinformation factory to acknowledge reality.
Iran's volatile society has forced the regime's sprawling disinformation factory to acknowledge reality.
Iran’s volatile society has forced the regime’s sprawling disinformation factory to acknowledge reality.

 

In Iranian state media, whitewashing regime crimes, repeating anti-western rhetoric, demonizing the opposition, and downplaying social and economic crises have all been common themes. However, Iran’s volatile society has forced the regime’s sprawling disinformation factory to acknowledge reality.

Raisi “deserves to be crowned as the sultan of money-printing,” says Former Regime Central Bank Chief

The cost of cooking oil has increased by more than 750 percent. Rice prices have increased by 130 percent in just six months.
The cost of cooking oil has increased by more than 750 percent. Rice prices have increased by 130 percent in just six months.
The cost of cooking oil has increased by more than 750 percent. Rice prices have increased by 130 percent in just six months.

Iran’s regime president, Ebrahim Raisi, stated on April 8 that revoking the country’s subsidized currency exchange rate will not cause an economic setback. Rising inflation and skyrocketing prices have left tens of millions of people unable to purchase basic necessities, including bread, less than a month later.

Iran: Major Protests in Shahrekord Continue for the 5th Night in Response to Rising Prices

people continued to demonstrate, chanting,
people continued to demonstrate, chanting, "have no fear, we're all in this together." The regime has disabled Internet access in the city.
people continued to demonstrate, chanting, “have no fear, we’re all in this together.” The regime has disabled Internet access in the city.

Despite repressive measures and widespread arrests, the enraged people of Shahrekord continued their protests on Sunday evening, May 16, the fifth day of the uprising against unbridled price hikes.  Repressive forces fired tear gas and opened fire on the demonstrators, however, people continued to demonstrate, chanting, “have no fear, we’re all in this together.” The regime has disabled Internet access in the city.