Mahmoud Alavi, the Iranians’ regime’s Minister of Intelligence and Security, recently acknowledged in unprecedented fashion that the mullahs are seeking to build nuclear weapons. Citing a decree issued by the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei he said, “The fatwa forbids the production of nuclear weapons, but if they push Iran in those directions, it is not Iran’s fault. Those who pushed Iran in that direction will be to blame.”
So, let us have a deeper look into how the regime, despite reaping the benefits of the nuclear deal, never stopped its nuclear weapons initiative. In July 2015, the Joint Comprehensive…
The Revolutionary Guards ( IRGC) killed at least eight Baluch fuel porters and injured several in the Saravan border area of Sistan and Baluchistan province on Monday after opening fire on them.
The IRGC, who had heavy artillery and tanks alongside them, had dug holes at the border crossings to stop fuel porters from their job. Then, when porters demanded that the crossing be reopened, the IRGC started shooting, using heavy machine guns, and also setting their vehicles on fire. They even started shooting in a nearby village, causing residents to flee.
The IRGC also sent several armed squads to…
Originally published at the NCRI website
Reports by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran ( PMOI/MEK) indicate there have been dozens of protests by all walks of life across Iran within the last few days. These protests once again portray society’s restiveness.
On Sunday, hundreds of retirees and pensioners living on social security held rallies on 21 cities across Iran for the third consecutive week, protesting their harsh living conditions and low wages. Their pensions have not increased, while the living costs have skyrocketed.
The Land of Human Rights
This is Iran
Where the first bill of rights was written
One of the world’s oldest civilizations
This is Iran
A land taken over by the mullahs
Where protesters are responded to with bullets
Where political prisoners face torture and massacre
Where women’s rights are systematically violated
A land with the greatest number of executions per capita
The only place in the world where children are executed
This is Iran … the land of human rights violations
On Thursday, February 4, 2021, the Belgian Court of Antwerp announced its ruling on Assadollah Assadi, the terrorist-diplomat of the clerical regime, along with three of the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence agents following two and a half years of investigations into the failed terrorist plot to bomb the Free Iran Grand Gathering that was taking place in the Parisian suburb of Villepinte in June 2018.
The president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI), Maryam Rajavi spoke out at a virtual global conference as the Court proceeded with the sentencing of the four Iranian agents, in which…
On February 8, 2021, Alireza Jafarzadeh of the Washington office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI-US) discussed the legal and political details of the February 4 ruling by a Belgian court which sentenced an Iran regime’s top diplomat to 20 years, during an interview with Tudor Dixon of Real America’s Voice network.
The diplomat, Assadollah Assadi, was found guilty of masterminding and taking part in the plot to bomb the 2018 100,000-strong Paris summit of the democratic opposition NCRI, with its President-elect Maryam Rajavi as the primary target.
Originally published at http://freedomstarblog.wordpress.com on February 11, 2021.
Analysis by PMOI/MEK
Iran, February 5, 2021 — Thursday marked an historic day for European justice and a turning point in the fight against terrorism. A Belgian court sentenced Assadollah Assadi, a Vienna-based Iranian diplomat, to 20 years in prison for his direct involvement in a bombing plot against a rally of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in 2018. His three co-conspirators received 15–18 years of prison each and were stripped of their Belgian citizenship.
The verdict was significant for several reasons. First, it was a victory for the Iranian people and their resistance movement, who have…
Originally published at the NCRI website: Iran Regime’s Ominous Rule Has Brought Misery and Poverty for People
Despite Iran’s natural wealth, Iranians grapple with poverty due to the regime’s inhumane policies. Every day disturbing news comes from Iran of how poverty forces people to harm themselves or sell their body parts.
On Monday, Mohammad, a 14-year-old boy in Mahshahr, southwest Iran, committed suicide. Mohammad was his family’s breadwinner and had quit school to help his elderly parents.
He worked as a street paddler, selling purified water to people on a bicycle one of his relatives had given him. …
Originally published at the NCRI website: How Iran Regime Diplomat-Terrorist Assadi Spread Terrorism Across Europe?
As the verdict in the hearing of the Iranian regime’s incarcerated diplomat-terrorist Assadollah Assadi approaches, new information about his role as the head of the clerical regime’s network of terrorism and espionage in Europe has raised more concerns about the threats from Tehran.
Assadi and his three co-conspirators will receive their verdict on Thursday from a court in Belgium, where they are detained for attempting to bomb the 2018 “Free Iran” gathering of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI) in Paris, France.
Originally published at the NCRI website: Pro-Democracy Activism Will Expand When Iran Is Held Accountable for Terrorism
A verdict is expected next week in the case of Assadollah Assadi, a high-ranking Iran’s diplomat-terrorist, who served as the mastermind of a plot to bomb the opposition gathering in the heart of Europe. European policymakers should pay attention to the trial’s conclusion and consider the broader implications of what it has brought to light.
Those revelations fall into at least two distinct categories. On one hand, the details of the Assadi highlight the thinly-veiled threats to Western security which could emerge from…