MEK  is a major threat to the regime’s existence and the MEK has been instrumental in drawing the world’s attention to the regimes crimes and corruption.

MEK Encourages People of Iran to Protest State-Led Corruption and Embezzlement

Staff Writer 14 November 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran  (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) is the main opposition to the Iranian regime. It is a major threat to the regime’s existence and the MEK has been instrumental in drawing the world’s attention to the regime's crimes and corruption.  

On Tuesday 12th November, a group of retired Iranians gathered outside the parliament building in the nation’s capital to call on the government to take action with regards to their demands.  

On Tuesday 12th November, a number of Iranians held a protest in front of the parliament building in the country’s capital to voice their anger at the loss of their money.

Iranians Call for Their Savings to Be Returned After Regime Embezzles It

Atousa Pilger 14 November 2019

By Atousa Pilger

The Caspian credit firm has been accused of plundering the life savings of many Iranians. The firm has links to the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) that controls a major part of the country’s economy.  

On Tuesday 12th November, a number of Iranians held a protest in front of the parliament building in the country’s capital to voice their anger at the loss of their money. The protesters included clients of the credit firm as well as retired workers.  

Raheleh Rahemipour, Iranian human rights activist, was arrested again when she presented herself to the Evin Court in October.

Security Forces Arrested Two Iranian Civil Right Activists

Atousa Pilger 14 November 2019

By Atousa Pilger

Security forces in Tehran arrested Raheleh Rahemipour, a human rights activist, and Zhila Karamzadeh Makvandi, social activist. The agents went to the house of these two activists after their arrest and searched their homes, confiscating personal belongings such a cell phone. While searching the house of Rahemipour, the security agents insulted her son and daughter and told them to introduce themselves to the Evin court on Saturday.

Iranian security forces arrested several people during the funeral of an Arab poet.

Security Forces Arrested Several at Funeral of Ahvazi Poet

Azita Carlson 14 November 2019

By Azita Carlson

A Telegram channel (Asre Jonoub) announced that according to the commander of Khuzestan Police, security forces arrested several people during the funeral of an Arab poet.

“About 1,000 people gathered in front of Hasan Heidari’s house in Kut Abdallah on Monday, November 11, 2019,” the Channel wrote.

Daily Star report explained that the victims of 1988 massacre were hanged or shot, dozens at a time, then their corpses were thrown dumped into unmarked mass graves around the country.

Daily Star Reveals New Details on 1988 Iran Massacre

Armin Baldwin 13 November 2019

By Armin Baldwin

British paper Daily Star has published shocking new details about the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran, mostly members, and sympathizers of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK). Daily Star also explained that the victims were hanged or shot, dozens at a time, then their corpses were thrown dumped into unmarked mass graves around the country.

People are in dire need of help in earthquake hit areas of northwest Iran

Iran: Suffering of Children Prevalent in Earthquake-Hit Areas

Navid Felker 12 November 2019

By Navid Felker

On the morning of Friday 8th November, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck the north-western provinces of Iran. The latest reports indicate that there are eight dead and tens of thousands of injured people.

Among those affected are many children who have been suffering in the very cold conditions of this harsh winter.

During a crisis management session, Youssef Davoudi, a representative of the city of Sarab, told the country’s parliament that there are many children suffering from frostbite. He also said that many of the people are suffering from illness and that there is a desperate need for more doctors and health professionals. Davoudi said that “at least seven to eight teams of general practitioners are needed to look after them”.

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