NCRI - In the final statement of their second meeting, Iranian regime’s Council of Experts warned over enemies’ ‘infiltration project’ and what they called ‘people’s irregular tendency towards the cyberspace’.
Iranian regime’s Council of Experts has in their Wednesday March 8 statement expressed concerns over what they’ve called ‘irregular tendency towards cyberspace’, asking in exchange for strengthening national internet and supporting domestic social networks.
NCRI - Saudi political analyst Dr. Hamdan al-Shahry provided explanations to Sky News TV about the arrest of the Iranian regime terrorist network in Bahrain.
Sky News March 8: What is your opinion about the arrest of a terrorist network in Bahrain and confession that they are linked to plans of Iran and Iraq?
NCRI - Mohammad Ali Pourmokhtar, member of the justice and legal committee of the Iran regime’s Parliament, announced unprecedented bankruptcy rate of Iranian companies and said application for bankruptcy protection in the last two years has increased about 700 percent.
According to the state run Radio and TV’s news agency ‘IRIB’, Mohammad Ali Pourmokhtar on March 7 appeared in an exclusive interview on Channel 2 of IRIB and announced an increase in the rate of insolvencies in the last two years and about the rate of bankruptcy of companies said, "in less than two last years it has increased about 700 percent."
NCRI - On March 8, 2016. At the end of the trading day, in Tehran stock exchange, the Iranian ‘Mellat Bank’ stock fell 45 percent, and the likelihood of bankruptcy of Bank ‘Sarmayeh’ was strengthened. The value of other Iranian banks is also decreasing with a sharp slope.
According to the state-run ‘Entekhab’ website on March 8, at the end of the trading day on Wednesday March 8, 2016, the stock market dropped 514 points and fell to 76285 points. Iranian Copper Industries with 73 points, Shabriz (Tabriz Oil Refinery) with 69 points, Webmellat (Bank Mellat) with 60 points had the most negative effects on falling stock market index.
Iran’s leader, military spend billions on terror and weapons, Iranian dissidents report
Iran has spent up to $100 billion in the past five years financing operations in Syria that were instrumental in keeping President Bashar Assad in power, according to a book on the hardline Islamic theocracy’s vast business holdings and wealth. Wrote Rowan Scarborough in The Washington Times on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
The e-book “Iran: The Rise of the Revolutionary Guards’ Financial Empire” estimates that the Islamic republic has paid nearly $100 million a year in salaries to a grab bag of mercenaries it sent to Syria under the direction of the notorious Quds force.
Iran is meddling in Syria as the Shiite-dominated regime directs the largest arms buildup in its history, focusing on new missiles and ways to deploy forces into regional conflicts, such as Syria’s civil war.
Following the recent statement of The IRGC's Iraqi agent Al-Moussavi, boasting the active involvement of Iran regime mercenaries in the massacre of Syrian people.
Struan Stevenson, president of the European Iraqi Freedom Association, called for black listing of IRGC, the full text is as follows:
Seyed Hashem al-Moussavi, the spokesman for a Shi’ia Iraqi militia group known as Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba, declared at a press conferenceon Wednesday in Tehran: "We have been in Syria for the past four years,” and added “We will not leave Syria until the last terrorist (meaning the Syrian opposition) leaves." (Iran’s Tasnim News Agency 8 March 2017). The group openly receives training, arms, and military advice from Iran and has close ties to the notorious Iranian Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani.
The Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), is the primary tool of domestic repression and export of terrorism in the region
March 9, 2017. On the occasion of Nowruz (Iranian New Year) a ceremony was held in Rayburn Foyer of US House of Representatives in which members of Iranian-American communities and a number of representatives participated, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president of the Iranian Resistance send a message to this meeting, the following is the full text of her message:
NCRI - The National Council of Resistance of Iran’s U.S. Representative Office hosted a panel of experts on March 8, 2017, to discuss the IRGC’s growing influence, and global options that may be used to mitigate the threat. A book prepared by the NCRI-US was also released, “Iran: The Rise of the Revolutionary Guard’s Financial Empire.” The book documents the way the Supreme Leader and the IRGC have taken over the Iranian economy, and how those profits are being used to fund terrorist networks.
NCRI - The Head of the Assembly of Experts and the Secretary of the Guardian Council, Ahmad Jannati stated: "there are people in our society who do not earn enough to afford living, while we call our government Islamic."
He also slammed Rouhani's government and added: “meanwhile, the cabinet holds a ceremony in Karaj which costs 500 million Tomans ($155,500)."
Thousands of working and retired teachers took to the streets on Thursday staging numerous protests in Tehran and various cities across Iran, demanding the release of their jailed colleagues and condemning judiciary rulings issued against the teacher community. Delayed paychecks, minimum benefits and equal pay similar to other government employees were other demands raised by the protesting teachers.