NCRI – A senior commander of Iranian regime’s revolutionary guards disclosed that during the anti-government uprisings in 2009 “over 830 people suffered rupture of the spinal cord”.
General Hossein Hamedani, then commander of IRGC force tasked to crack down on demonstrations in the capital Tehran disclosed this matter on February 7 in an interview with Fars News Agency, the IRGC mouthpiece.
NCRI – According to state-run media in Iran, Reza Hosseini Moqaddam, a senior commander of the Iranian regime’s revolutionary guards (IRGC) was killed in Iraq in the city of Samara on Saturday, February 7. It was only 6 weeks ago that IRGC Brigadier General Hamid Taqavi was killed in this same region.
Reports on senior commanders getting killed in Iraq indicate that many IRGC or Basij forces are killed in Iraq but the news is suppressed by the mullahs’ regime.
As the anti-human siege on Camp Liberty, incongruent with the established routine of the camp, it is several days now that the Iraqi forces are barring entry of essential items for water purification and lubricants for the generators that provide camp’s electricity.
Depriving the camp from these basic items causes serious problems in the supply of drinking water and electricity to the camp. Numerous referrals by the residents and their letters to UNAMI representatives to resolve this problem have gotten nowhere in the past days.
NCRI - Iranian opposition activists in Camp Liberty were disarmed by the US but are under threat of attack and have a right to self-defense, the president of the International Committee in Search of Justice has demanded.
Alejo Vidal-Quadras, the president of prominent Non-Governmental Organization told a conference in Paris: "The residents of Camp Liberty and Camp Ashraf have right to self-defense.
The Iranian regime’s 'medieval mentality', quest for a nuclear bomb and export of terrorism makes it more dangerous than Islamic State, Ali Safavi, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran said.
The regime should also be evicted from Iraq, Syria and Lebanon and its human rights record brought before the United Nations human rights council, he said.
The world needs a grand alliance of millions of peaceful, progressive Muslims dedicated to defeating extremists to win the war against the threat posed by Islamic State, the first US Homeland Secretary has declared.
The ISIS execution of a Jordanian pilot may have been Muslim extremists 'stepping on the lion's tail', he wrote in an article published in The Washington Times.
NCRI – Two senior clerics in Qom announced that women cannot sing in Iran.
Nouri Hamedani and Makarem Shirazi in their lectures in Qom protested an album that had songs of a female singer, state-run news agency website Tabnak reported on February 4.
NCRI – Iranian opposition activists residing in Camp Liberty near Baghdad Airport protested the desecration and destruction of the cemetery of the martyrs of Resistance in Camp Ashraf by elements of the Iranian regime.
Ashraf in Diyala Province (65 km north of Baghdad) was the place of residence of Iranian dissidents for 26 years. However, in a joint plan of Iranian regime’s puppet government in Iraq and the United Nations, Iranian dissidents were forcibly evicted from their home and were sent to a small camp called Liberty.
NCRI – The disclosure of bribery by 170 members of mullahs’ parliament is a scandal that regime’s Supreme Leader Khamenei is trying to cover up.
lawmaker Kamal-ad-Din Peermo’azzen told the state news agency of YJC on February 4: “The names of these 170 parliamentarians have been sent to the judiciary.”
Source: Agence France Presse (AFP) French language news wire, (translated to English)
PARIS, February 5, 2015 (AFP) - The Court of Appeal of Paris confirmed on Thursday the dismissal of an investigation into the People's Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK) initiated in 2001 by the French anti-terrorist department, announced the lawyers of the Iranian opposition group.
In September, Judge Marc Trévidic had issued a dismissal order. But the only remaining civil party in the case, an Iranian, appealed that decision.