Ebrahim Raisi a mass murderer as the president of the mullahs’ regime

Originally published at the PMOI website

In his recent trip to Qom province, Iranian regime president Ebrahim Raisi said that his government’s decisions have led to a decrease in inflation. This claim is so absurd that even the regime’s own state media and officials have refuted and mocked it.


The Iranian regime does not want to conclude the negotiations by presenting impractical conditions. This is a well-known tactic of mullahs. Their purpose is to save time for acquiring nuclear weapons.

Tehran’s stance in nuclear talks in Vienna has been disappointing to all its counterparts, a US official told the media.
Tehran has used the five-month hiatus in talks to speed up its nuclear program in “provocative” ways, the official said.
Iran is “the reason why there is not … a mutual return to compliance” with the original nuclear deal, the American official added.
Even China and Russia “were taken quite aback” over Tehran’s stance and “share a sense of disappointment,” the official said.
In draft proposals, Tehran has increased sanctions relief demands and suggested fewer limits on its nuclear program.

Read more: https://english.mojahedin.org/article/tehrans-bullying-tactics-in-iran-nuclear-talks-are-a-cover-for-its-own-weakness/

Originally published at http://freedomstarblog.wordpress.com on December 6, 2021.

Juveniles death penalty in Iran by the mullahs’ regime — file photo

Originally published at the NCRI website

On November 25, 2021, another international campaign to halt the execution of a juvenile offender in Iran, Arman Abdolali, was utterly ignored and carried out. Several such individuals are put to death each year, and each new incident prompts an outpouring of public statements…

Pictures some children who killed by suppression forces of the Iranian regime during nationwide Iran protests in 2019

Iran’s nationwide protests started after the regime tripled the price of gasoline on November 15, 2019. Angry protesters torched hundreds of banks, seminaries, offices of the representatives of the regime’s Supreme Leader, and IRGC and Bassij bases.

Protesters chanted against the Supreme Leader and called for the “mullahs to get…

UN Special Rapporteur Javaid Rehman

In a report to the UN General Assembly Third Committee, UN Special Rapporteur Javaid Rehman expressed alarm about continued human rights abuses in Iran.

Rehman, who monitors human rights in Iran, described the situation as “grim” and warned of “persistent impunity for serious violations of human rights law.”

Rehman also raised concern about the “alarming level of intimidation or persecution of those who call for accountability.”

“There is widespread and systemic impunity in the country for gross violations of human rights.”

“Without the involvement of the international community, such grave violations will continue,” Rehman said.

Originally published at http://towardfreedomwithmek.blogspot.com on October 26, 2021.

Masoud Dalvand

Human rights activist and advocate of democracy, freedom, and justice in Iran. http://about.me/m.dalvand

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