Maryam Rajavi, introduced a new book to French Assembly featuring the names of 5,000 members of MEK, who were murdered by the Iranian regime in the 1988 massacre of 30,000 MEK members.

We Must Pay Attention To 1988 Massacre In Iran

Atousa Pilger 31 October 2019

By Atousa Pilger

The Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran (CPID) held a conference about the human rights situation in Iran and the need to hold the Regime accountable for its rights abuses at the French National Assembly on Tuesday.

During the conference, several French MPs from various political parties spoke to underline the need to take a new approach to Iran in order to contain the mullahs’ destabilizing behavior in the Middle East.

At the conference, Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of the Resistance of Iran (NCRI), introduced a new book featuring the names of 5,000 members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq MEK), who were murdered by the Iranian regime in the 1988 massacre of 30,000 MEK members.

Farmers from the Kharsagan area of Isfahan took to the streets

Iran: Farmers Protesting Against Regime’s Destructive Policies

Azita Carlson 28 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

In the central part of Iran, farmers from the Kharsagan area of Isfahan took to the streets on Saturday 26th October. They were calling on the regime and the local officials to put a halt to plans that would take water away from them.

The regime has a project in place to divert water from the nearby Zayandeh Rud River to a steel mill and factory – one of the regime’s business interests.

Students of the Arts & Architecture School of Mazandaran University holding a protest rally in the city of Babolsar

Iran: Resistance Continues to Maintain Momentum

Navid Felker 26 October 2019

By Navid Felker

A number of protests and rallies have been taking place across Iran, with large numbers protesting the mullahs and the corruption that is making their lives tougher and tougher.

On Tuesday 22nd October, a number of students held a rally in protest against the regime’s plans to transfer water from the Caspian Sea to the city of Semnan which is hundreds of miles away. The students of the Arts and Architecture School of Mazandaran University in Babolsar in the northern part of the country were holding placards objecting to the regime’s projects that are taking water away from the local area.

At least 20 Iranian workers have lost their lives in just one week due to unsafe working conditions under the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

20 Workers Die in One Week Due to Unsafe Conditions in Iran

Navid Felker 23 October 2019

By Navid Felker

At least 20 Iranian workers have lost their lives in just one week due to unsafe working conditions under the mullahs’ regime, according to recent media reports.

On Thursday, October 17, four workers died because of a lack of the most basic safety provisions and equipment in several different workplaces in Rasht (northern Iran), Tubas (northeast Iran), and Chadegan (central Iran). It is not known how they died.

Despite the regime's suppression on Sunday October 14 students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University held a demonstration in the Farabi campus against policies of the university’s administration and illegal costs imposed by university managers

Iran: Protest of Amir Kabir University Students to Regime’s Illegal Policies

Azita Carlson 16 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

Despite the regime's suppression on Sunday, October 14 students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University held a demonstration in the Farabi campus against policies of the university’s administration and illegal costs imposed by university managers, reported the website of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)
“Students! Support us” and “Shame on the university’s security,” chanted students.

Universities in Iran force students to pay high tuition while the regime wastes national wealth on terrorism and warmongering.

According to Iranian law, the government should support students and help pay for the costs of their studies, but in recent years, the regime has declined this support and forced students and their families to pay for their fees. In the current economic situation, this puts more pressure on students and their families to drop out of university.

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