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Iranian Regime is Fearsome of MEK’s Growing Popularity

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Despite an extensive network of surveillance cameras and right under the noses of the regime’s security forces, these activities, which take place every day across the country, spread the spirit of resistance among Iranians.

The MEK’s Resistance Units demonstrate the Iranian Resistance’s prowess and dedication to overthrowing the mullahs’ regime by installing large banners, projecting images of the Resistance’s leaders on huge buildings, torching the regime’s symbols of oppression, and writing graffiti on walls in cities across Iran.

Iranian Political Prisoner in Critical Health Condition Denied Medical Treatment

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Political prisoner Fatemeh Mosanna has been denied medical care and returned to Evin prison despite critical health conditions.

Despite being seriously ill, regime security forces forcibly brought back political prisoner Fatemeh Mosanna, 53, to Evin prison on April 3.  Mosanna was imprisoned despite having an intestine infection for which she cannot be treated while in prison, according to her doctors. Because of her medical condition, prison officials had to grant her a furlough to allow her to receive treatment, however, they decided to send her back to prison before she could be treated.

Iran’s Soil Subsidence Crisis will have Irreversible Devastating Consequences

Iran has been suffering from irreversible environmental destruction since 2005
Iran has been suffering from irreversible environmental destruction since 2005
The cause of the disaster, according to the state-run news agency ISNA, is excessive groundwater withdrawal.

Iran has been suffering from irreversible environmental destruction since 2005, according to water and soil experts. They claim that the ground in Tehran is subsiding at a rate of 17cm per year and that this is not unique to Tehran; many other cities are reporting the same thing. The cause of the disaster, according to the state-run news agency ISNA, is excessive groundwater withdrawal.

Resistance Units Honours National Traditions While Renewing its Commitment to Overthrow the Regime

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Members of the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK across celebrate the national tradition of “Sizdah Be Dar” – on April 2, 2022

On the 13th day of the Persian year, Iranians typically go to the countryside and find a green area next to a river or a lake. “Sizdah Be Dar” is the name of this tradition. On this day, people tie grasses together, wishing to rid themselves of all the poor fortune from the previous year and wishing the best for the coming year.

Open Letter to U.S. President Calling to Maintain Regime’s IRGC on the Department’s FTO List

The majority of the signatories are supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian opposition coalition, and NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi's ten-point plan.
The majority of the signatories are supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian opposition coalition, and NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi’s ten-point plan.

On Tuesday, April 12, more than 500 prominent Iranian American scholars signed an open letter to US President Joe Biden, urging him to keep Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) on the State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO). The Iranian Professionals’ Ad Hoc Committee on Iran Policy spearheaded this initiative. The majority of the signatories are supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an Iranian opposition coalition, and NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi’s ten-point plan.

Western Powers Should Enforce Tougher Policies in Light of the Regime’s Growing Weakness

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VIANNA
It’s time to accept that the regime’s nuclear weapons program will never be abandoned.

Despite the US and three European countries’ concessions to Tehran, the mullahs’ empty promises, and the media’s wide-eyed optimism, there appears to be no real prospect of an agreement in the near future, or perhaps forever, as long as the US and three European countries are seeking an agreement by making concessions to the regime. It’s time to accept that the regime’s nuclear weapons program will never be abandoned.

Iranians are ‘Leasing Bread’ While the Regime Spends Billions on Nefarious Activities

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Bakeries all over Iran are allowing people to get their daily bread needs meeting while waiting for their monthly salary or pension to arrive.

“Poverty is on the rise in Tabriz’s outskirts” (a major city in northwest Iran). Alireza Monadi, a member of the regime’s Majlis (parliament), recently stated, “Some people are literally leasing bread.”While most people in the West “lease” their cars, other large purchases, or use their credit cards to buy food or other items, millions of Iranians are so poor that they cannot afford even a few loaves of bread.

Iran coronavirus update: Over 530,000 deaths, stats rising across the board

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Iran-Coronavirus
The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has taken the lives of over 530,000 people throughout Iran, according to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.

Over 530,000 people have died of the novel coronavirus in 547 cities checkered across all of Iran’s 31 provinces, according to reports tallied by the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as of Friday afternoon local time, April 8. The official death toll declared by the regime stands at 140,577, around a fourth of the actual figure.

MEK Iran: David William Kilgour, President of the European Parliament Passed Away

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He dedicated a special page on his website to Iran and the organized effort to liberate the country, a cause for which he fought valiantly until the end.

David William Kilgour, the son of a wealthy family from Winnipeg, Manitoba’s capital, was well-versed in the comforts of life. He wore many hats and sat in many seats during his professional career.

Ebrahim Raisi Continues to Make Empty Promises Instead of Revitalizing Iran’s Crushed Economy

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iran-ebrahim-raisi-promises
Since assuming office in a farce in June, Ebrahim Raisi has merely made empty promises instead of revitalizing the tanking economy.

In Iran, the holy month of Ramadan began on the last day of the Nowruz celebrations. Yet, the Iranian people’s tables are still empty as the country faces its worst economic crisis in decades. The regime’s policies are causing deepening economic woes through corruption, ineptitude, and recalcitrance, with the latter increasing the country’s international isolation and thus adding to its deep financial crises.