NCRI -The Sattelite channel of the Iranian Resistance (NCRI) had an interview with a female architect, Lina a-Shami from Syria on Monday. The following is the part of the interview:
Ms. Lina al-Shami: the situation is catastrophic in Aleppo. The city is under siege for more than hundred days and it is targeted with a variety of weapons and missiles, ballistic missiles, cluster bombs and explosive barrels. In addition to the firings, the neighborhoods are besieged by the artilleries. The Assad regime and his backup militants are trying to advance into the besieged neighborhoods. The Iranian regime also helps and supports the Assad regime in killing people and ruining the country.
NCRI - The head of Basij Student Organization of Iran admitted that 50 Basiji students have been killed in Syria so far. As Basij Press reported, Davoud Goudarzi on Tuesday 6th September 2016 had a speech on the occasion of Student Day. He did not mention anything regarding the background of those who were killed and he just pointed out that these Basiji students were voluntarily deployed to Syria. He also claimed that a large number of Basiji students serve as volunteers in the Syrian civil war.
A meeting of senior law-makers from both Republican and Democratic parties met at the Senate on Thursday to discuss the prospects for change in Iran. The Washington Times reported that the event “marked another step in the remarkable evolution of its organizer, the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran and the NCRI’s largest component, the Mujahedeen-e Khalq (People’s Mujahedeen of Iran), or MEK.”
NCRI - During a ceremony on Saturday, December 3, in Tehran’s Amir Kabir University on the occasion of Students’ Day, a brave student for the first time protested against Iranian regime’s meddling in Syria and participation in the massacre of Syrian people.
A video clip distributed in social media shows that this student addressing the participants in the meeting including Ali Motahari, deputy speaker of Iranian regime’s parliament, says: “We are condemned in the history’s court of justice for remaining silent in the face of heinous genocide in Syria.”
NCRI - The meeting of Gulf Cooperation Council leaders that started on Tuesday December 6 in Manama, Bahrain, at the presence of Teresa May, British Prime Minster, ended on Wednesday December 7. The summit in its final statement condemned Iranian regime's meddling in the region.
NCRI - After Iranian regime’s failure to dispatch more Basiji (mobilization) and Pasdar (Revolutionary Guard) forces as well as its Afghan and Pakistani mercenaries to Syria to participate in the massacre of Syrian people, the regime has now turned to the inmates in Zabul (Sistan and Baluchistan Province) to force them go to Syria.
According to reports, by the order of Sistan and Baluchistan’s Chief Justice, a native of Isfahan named Najafi has been appointed to encourage the prisoners to take part in the war in Syria.
On the eve of the Human Rights Day, European lawmakers held a conference at the European Parliament on Wednesday 7 December. They strongly condemned the violations of human rights in Iran and urged the EU High Representative, Federica Mogherini and Member States to condition the expansion of relationships with Iran to a halt of executions.
NCRI - The Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai al-Aam on 6th December 2016 reported that the Sudanese government is taking the last steps to fully break off diplomatic relations with the Iranian regime. The Sudanese government also ended its lease with the building of its embassy in Tehran and all assets of the embassy were sold, the report said. There are no further prospects of restoring these facilities.
NCRI - Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Persian Gulf affairs said all Iranian regime’s meddling in the region has led to destruction, ruin and corruption. “Gulf Cooperation Council is aware of the Iranian regime’s meddling threats and is trying to confront it,” he added.
Thamer Alsobhan, who was interviewed by Sky-News TV on Tuesday December 6, said: “The Iranian regime’s entire meddling in the region was followed by destruction, corruption and killings, the best examples of which are Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and Yemen.”
NCRI - A political prisoner has staged a hunger strike in a prison in Iran after sewing his lips to protest the inhuman condition of prisons, officials preventing medical treatment for ailing prisoners and lack of safety and security for political prisoners.
Political prisoner, Saeed Shirzad, has announced that beating political prisoner Mehdi Farahi Shandiz by the guards and prison officials is an instance of lack of security in the prison and among the issues he is protesting against.