Iran Security Police Raids Cafenets in Kermanshah

08 July 2009

Stop Fundamentalism, Kermanshah – According to reports from Kermanshah, on Tuesday July 7, security forces in Kermanshah raided many Café Net shops in the city and arrested a number of Internet users there.

Iranian Mojahedin (PMOI) no longer considered Terrorists

26 January 2009

Free at Last

Stop Fundamentalism, 26 January, 2009 â€“ After 7 years of continuous struggle in Europe, the Iranian main opposition group, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, has managed to remove itself from European list of terrorist organizations.

A European Court had earlier annulled the blacklisting and ruled that the council of ministers was wrong to include the organization in the list.  The final ruling came on 4 December last year, ordering the council to remove the organization immediately from the list.

Reuters reported today that the European states agreed on Monday to remove exiled Iranian opposition group, the People's Mojahidin Organization of Iran (PMOI) from the EU list of banned terrorist groups. 

Maryam Rajavi Welcomes PMOI’s removal from Europe Blacklist

26 January 2009

Stop Fundamentalism – The below statement was released by the office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, today, Monday 26 January, 2009.


Rajavi – Winds of Change Blow in Iran as Appeasement Policy is Defeated


Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, following the removal of the terror tag from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), said that the core of Europe’s policy of appeasement was crushed and the winds of change will now blow in Iran. The strategic investment by the mullahs’ regime to destroy the Iranian Resistance was lost.


Iran – Violence against Religious Sunni Minority in Balouchestan

31 August 2008

Iran – Violence against Religious Sunni Minority in Balouchestan

Stop Fundamentalism - The Islamic Republic security forces in Balouchestan have staged a crackdown on the Sunni minority in this eastern Iranian province on Wednesday, August 27. 

According to reports, a leading Sunni cleric, Abu Hanifeh, has died as a result of these attacks.  Many teachers and theologiests have also been abducted.

Iran - Arbitrary inspection of private cell phones

21 August 2008

Stop Fundamentalism - Iranian state-run news agencies have announced that from now on, security forces are allowed to inspect cell phones in public streets.

This is according to a new law endorsed by “Department of Preventing and Combating Crimes!!!” in Eastern Azerbaijani province in Iran.

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