NCRI - A leading Iraqi member of parliament has condemned the 'torture, harassment and inhuman treatment' of Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty.
Talal al-Zobaie , Chairman of the Parliament’s Integrity Commission, also urged his government to honor its promises to protect Liberty residents and allow them free access to lawyers and medical care.
Hassan Rouhani, president of the clerical regime is set to increase taxes to pay his repressive security forces whilst curtailing on essential public services as the regime's economy spirals into crisis, according to article published in The Wall Street Journal.
Rouhani will 'tax a disgruntled middle class' but will 'luckily he’ll have well-paid Guards to quash any potential unrest', the opinion piece by fellows at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies said.
The Syrian regime is worried that the Iranian regime's financial aid to Bashar al-Assad is being put under threat by plunging oil prices.
Businessmen and trade officials in Damascus fear Iran's cash crisis could hurt the funding of their civil war and propping up their ailing currency, Reuters reported.
NCRI - The international community must support the Iranian Resistance as the only way to end human rights abuses in Iran, Iranian political prisoners have announced in a statement.
The declaration came after a resolution by the United Nations harshly criticised widespread abuses and the suppression of citizens in the regime.The group of prisoners in Gohardasht Prison and the main prison in city of Karaj said in their statement: "The only way to counter this medieval regime is to fully support the Iranian people and their Resistance.
The U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel advisory during the holidays, warning Americans to be vigilant and take precautions following the attack in Australia.
"The lone wolf attack in Sydney, Australia... resulting in the deaths of two hostages, is a reminder that U.S. citizens should be extra cautious, maintain a very high level of vigilance and take appropriate steps to enhance their personal security," the State Department alert read.
The health of the Kurdish political prisoners who have been on hunger strike since November 20 in the central prison in the city of Orumieh is deteriorating.
Over two dozen prisoners went on a hunger strike to protest the attempts by the mullahs’ intelligence to dissolve the ward dedicated to the political prisoners.
The Iranian regime’s Prosecutor General called cyberspace a ‘threat’ which enemy is using to ‘install sedition’ in the country.
Speaking in Tehran on Friday, Ebrahim Raisi (Raeisi) said: “Today, the enemy is using the cyberspace to instill sedition.”
Members of Congress and prominent political figures in U.S. called for greater attention to human rights abuses in Iran and that nuclear talks should not ignore the clerical regime’s appalling rights record.
The briefing held on Capitol Hill also touched on the need to protect Iranian dissidents at Camp Liberty, the failure of recent nuclear talks, and the Iranian regime’s destructive role in the region.
Canadian foreign affairs minister John Baird said in statement after the adoption of Iran resolution at the UN: "The adoption of this Canadian-led resolution demonstrates that the international community continues to condemn Iran’s abysmal record on human rights.
"Canada is heartened by the support this resolution received and reiterates to the Iranian people that their dignity remains at the forefront of the agenda.
The Iranian regime's henchmen hanged at least 11 prisoners is cities of Shiraz and Qazvin.
A group of eight prisoners were hanged secretly on Sunday, December 14 in Adelabad Prison in city of Shiraz.Two other inmates were hanged on Wednesday in the same prion.