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Pictures of Some Murdered Children in Iran Protests — November 2019

The exact and final statistics of the uprising have not been published, and more names of these martyrs are still being published. The number of martyrs of the nationwide uprising of the Iranian people, which includes 189 Iranian cities at the time of writing, is more than 1,500. The regime’s repressive police force has registered 1,029 protesters who killed. Meanwhile, many Iranian teenagers martyred by repressive forces. The number of teenagers who were martyred by the atrocities of religious dictatorships has reached 21 to 29 so far. …

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Protests in Iraq — file photo

Reports from Iraq ongoing protests on November 1 and 2 against the Iranian regime’s deadly presence and systematic corruption by the government. The Iraqi people’s uprising is considered a blow to Iranian regime’s so-called “strategic depth.”

Since Iraq has a Shi’ite majority, the Iranian regime prolonged the war with Iraq, to reach its goal of creating the Shi’ite crescent.

The Iranian regime, as part of its strategy to export terrorism and chaos abroad, used the power vacuum in Iraq, after the second Gulf War, and expanded its influence in this country.

The regime’s terrorist proxy groups killed thousands of people. Many of the regime’s paid agents, including the former Iraqi Minister of Labor, Hadi-al Ameri, held top positions in the Iraqi government. …

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Ali Khamenei supreme leader of the Iranian regime

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is one of the richest and most powerful men in the world. His final say has led to hundreds of atrocities against the people of Iran, the Middle East, and across the globe.

Since he took office as Supreme Leader in 1989, Khamenei has led Iran into numerous catastrophes. He enjoys limitless power and influence in all the country’s critical issues. However, what do we really know about him?

Early Years

Khamenei was born on April 19, 1939, in Mashhad, northeast Iran. The 81-year-old leader studied at the Dianati School in his hometown. He became interested in politics at age 23. In the monarchic system’s era, he was arrested by the state security forces due to his relations with dissidents, including the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran ( ). …

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Iran has recorded its highest monthly inflation rate in decades

The latest report by the government-run Statistical Center of Iran shows Iran has had the highest inflation rate in a decade in September, a 7-percent year-over-year increase.

In its report, published on Thursday, October 22, the SCI announced that the inflation rate of the 12-month period ending on October 21, which marks the end of the seventh Iranian calendar month of Mehr, stood at 27.2 percent.

“If we do not consider the monthly 7.05 percent inflation in October 2018, the monthly inflation recorded in the first month of autumn this year is the highest monthly inflation rate since the 2011. Also, the average prices in this October compared to the same month last year increased by more than 41 percent. Monthly inflation for ‘main food categories, beverages and tobacco’ and ‘non-food products and services’ were 5.7 percent and 7.6 …

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Iran Protests — November 2019

Iran is fast approaching the one-year anniversary of the most significant protest movement since the 1980s. Many thousands of activists assembled spontaneously across roughly 200 Iranian cities and towns in November 2019, after the regime’s authorities announced a sudden increase in the price of gasoline. Although sparked by economic concerns, the turned out to be an unmistakable outlet for anti-regime sentiment in general, and for support of the country’s organized Resistance movement, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran ( ), in general.

In this way, the November 2019 uprising followed much the same pattern as one that preceded it by less than two years. At its height in January 2018, that was widely regarded as the most significant up to that point. It encompassed approximately 150 localities and was especially noteworthy for being the first of its kind to include participation from residents of poor rural towns that mullahs had long portrayed them as the strongholds of political support for the clerical dictatorship. …

به یاد نوید افکاری قهرمان ملی ایران

Song “I am Navid”
In memory of the national hero Navid Afkari. The 27-year-old Iranian wrestling champion was executed by the criminal mullah regime in Shiraz prison on September 12, 2020 for participating in a demonstration.
Song on the tomb of the national hero Navid Afkari
It was broadcast and performed by a number of friends and family

ترانه هم شهیدم هم نوید صبحگاهانم

بیاد قهرمان ملی نوید افکاری

ترانه من نویدم بر مزار قهرمان ملی توسط تعدادی از دوستان و خانواده

کوروش کبیر: گسستن زنجیرها آرزوی من است Cyrus the Great

Cyrus the Great: Breaking the chains is my dream

Cyrus was a different kingdom from other conquerors According to a tradition, he was a prophet named Zulkarnaen.
He never set fire to the lands he conquered, he never campaigned for slavery and wealth.
His charter is known as the first and oldest document of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. …

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Iran state media

In recent days, Iran’s state media reflected the regime’s fear of the consequences of social and economic crises. One of these media outlets described the restive Iranian society as “fields of wrath.”

Many state-run media outlets referred to the recent tragic murder of two young men and beating of an Iranian woman by the police forces, which sparked furious reactions.

“The publication of two short videos in a matter of days, portrays a small part of the current situation, which cannot be neglected,” wrote Sharq daily on Monday, in an titled “the fields of wrath.” …

Martyrs of the November 2019 Iran Protests

In memory of 1,500 who fell for freedom

We will never forget

Nor will we ever forgive

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The trial of Assadollah Assadi will be the prosecution of the Iranian regime in its entirety

Terrorism has been the bread-and-butter of the four-decade rule of the mullahs’ regime in Iran. But Tehran’s bloody history of foreign assassinations and bombings is about to reach a turning point. Next month, a court in Antwerp, Belgium, will try an diplomat on charges of plotting a bombing attack against the annual gathering of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( ) in 2018. But beyond the trial of an individual, this will be the trial of an entire regime that has left footprints of blood and mayhem all over the world.

In an online conference held on Thursday, members of the NCRI, lawyers and politicians, weighed in on the significance of this trial and the need for a firm policy toward the Iranian regime’s threats to global peace and security. …


Masoud Dalvand

I’m a human rights activist who is trying to establish democracy, freedom, and justice in Iran.

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