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Iran: MEK Conference Calling for Accountability Over Persistent Human Right Crimes

Behzad Naziri, the NCRI’s representative to international organizations, spoke at the conference on Friday about the ongoing protests in Iran and the regime’s systematic crackdown on dissidents.
Behzad Naziri, the NCRI’s representative to international organizations, spoke at the conference on Friday about the ongoing protests in Iran and the regime’s systematic crackdown on dissidents.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held a press conference in Paris on Friday, May 13, releasing for the first time the names and photographs of over 33,000 officials, interrogators, torturers, and executioners in Iran’s Prisons Organization.

Iran’s State-Run Media Warns of Imminent Uprising as Bread Prices Continue to Rise

Raisi has broken promises about 'eliminating absolute poverty,' 'constructing one million homes,' and 'supporting the underprivileged.'
Raisi has broken promises about 'eliminating absolute poverty,' 'constructing one million homes,' and 'supporting the underprivileged.'

Following the Iranian regime’s decision to raise the price of flour and remove subsidized bread from the shelves, observers in Iran believe that nationwide protests will soon take place. Even before his government’s first anniversary, President Ebrahim Raisi has broken promises about ‘eliminating absolute poverty,’ ‘constructing one million homes,’ and ‘supporting the underprivileged.’

Iranian Official Warns of Social Unrest and Admits the Regime’s Mismanagement

Today, Iran regime's officials can no longer deny the public’s uproar against more than four decades of relentless suppression, systematic corruption, and hypocritical policies.
Today, the Iran regime’s officials can no longer deny the public’s uproar against more than four decades of relentless suppression, systematic corruption, and hypocritical policies.

Hossein Marashi, the Secretary-General of Executives of the Construction Party and a former MP from Kerman province, acknowledged the Iranian people’s growing hatred and fury against the Iranian regime in an interview with the ILNA news agency on May 2.” I told Mr. President [Ebrahim Raisi], ‘Your success is our wish…'” he said.

Iran: Online Conference Urges World Powers to Dismantle the MOIS Terror Network

A group of prominent politicians and former officials joined the Iranian coalition oppositionA group of prominent politicians and former officials joined the Iranian coalition opposition

A group of prominent politicians and former officials joined the Iranian coalition oppositionA group of prominent politicians and former officials joined the Iranian coalition opposition

A group of prominent politicians and former officials joined the Iranian coalition opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in an online conference on May 10, 2022, calling on world powers to dismantle the terrorist network run by the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) around the world.

Belgian Court Confirms Sentence for Perpetrators of 2018 Terrorist Foiled Plot

The sentence for the other three agents of the clerical regime's Intelligence Ministry under Assadi's command was confirmed by the Court of Appeals on Tuesday.
The sentence for the other three agents of the clerical regime's Intelligence Ministry under Assadi's command was confirmed by the Court of Appeals on Tuesday.
The sentence for the other three agents of the clerical regime’s Intelligence Ministry under Assadi’s command was confirmed by the Court of Appeals on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, May 10, the Antwerp Court of Appeals in Belgium issued its final ruling on sentences approved for three accomplices of Assadollah Assadi, a mullahs’ regime terrorist diplomat, for plotting to bomb an Iranian Resistance rally in Villepinte, Paris, on June 30, 2018. Assadi had been sentenced to 20 years in prison previously. The sentence for the other three agents of the clerical regime’s Intelligence Ministry under Assadi’s command was confirmed by the Court of Appeals on Tuesday.

Iran: Major Protests on the Horizon as Iranians’ Working Conditions Worsen

The Low wages, harsh working conditions, and job insecurity do not begin to describe the situation of Iranian workers.
The Low wages, harsh working conditions, and job insecurity do not begin to describe the situation of Iranian workers.
The Low wages, harsh working conditions, and job insecurity do not begin to describe the situation of Iranian workers.

May first marked International Workers’ Day. People yearned for better working conditions, and protests were held all over the world. In Iran, however, Labor Day was different. Iran’s protests received less media attention. This is not because Iranians enjoy their working conditions, which are described as “modern slavery” by many state-run media outlets.

Iran: Protests Sparked by a Significant Increase in the Price of Bread and Pasta

In Khuzestan, the internet is extremely slow, and security forces are on high alert. The current situation has caused considerable consternation among regime officials.In Khuzestan, the internet is extremely slow, and security forces are on high alert. The current situation has caused considerable consternation among regime officials.

In Khuzestan, the internet is extremely slow, and security forces are on high alert. The current situation has caused considerable consternation among regime officials.In Khuzestan, the internet is extremely slow, and security forces are on high alert. The current situation has caused considerable consternation among regime officials.

On May 5, the prices of bread and pasta, two foods that the Iranian public could still afford, skyrocketed dramatically. Many economists and regime officials blame the increase on the elimination of the “preferential rate” for grain imports. Protests have been called by people from all walks of life, and locals in Khuzestan have taken to the streets.

Raisi’s Empty Promises will not Solve Iran’s Worsening Housing Crisis

“It is necessary to build one million housing units annually, and this is not just a slogan,” he said during a visit to Qazvin.

Ebrahim Raisi, the Iranian regime’s President, promised to build one million houses per year to meet demand after taking office last year. “It is necessary to build one million housing units annually, and this is not just a slogan,” he said during a visit to Qazvin. After nine months, however, it has become clear that this, like all of the regime’s promises, was a ruse. This comes at a time when rental property prices are rising in comparison to previous years.

Iran’s Nuclear-weapons Development Violates The Regime’s Own Laws

The regime considers the development of an atomic bomb to be a top priority because it is their
The regime considers the development of an atomic bomb to be a top priority because it is their "guarantor of survival.
The regime considers the development of an atomic bomb to be a top priority because it is their “guarantor of survival.

The supreme leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, issued a fatwa many years ago, declaring that the development of any kind of nuclear weapon is haram [forbidden in the Muslim faith]. This fatwa is clearly inconsistent with the regime’s actions in recent years, particularly when it comes to its nuclear activities.

MEK’s Lawyer Delivers Closing Arguments in the 1988 Massacre Trial

Kenneth Lewis, lawyer of plaintiffs from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in the Hamid Noury case
Kenneth Lewis, lawyer of plaintiffs from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in the Hamid Noury case
Kenneth Lewis, lawyer of plaintiffs from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in the Hamid Noury case

Kenneth Lewis, the lawyer for plaintiffs in the Hamid Noury case from the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), presented his closing arguments in a Stockholm, Sweden, court on Monday, May 2. Noury, one of the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre of Iranian political prisoners, is being tried for crimes against humanity.