NCRI - In his letter from Karaj Gohardasht prison, political prisoner Khaled Hardani commemorates the International Women’s Day and praises Iranian women’s resistance against the misogynist Iranian regime, saying “Iranian women’s resistance to imprisonment, lashing, torture, and execution, as a driving force and fundamental change in the face of misogynistic policies of the Mullahs’ regime, should be respected, and their courage lauded and saluted.”
Maryam Rajavi: Pioneering Women and a Generation of Men Who Seek Freedom and Equality.
An international conference was held in Tirana, Albania, on the occasion of the International Women's Day.
Maryam Rajavi, political personalities and activists of the equality movement from various countries participated. The conference entitled, "Women in Political Leadership", featured speeches on the threat of the mullahs' fundamentalist and misogynous tyranny in Iran, the Iranian women's resistance against the regime and the trailblazing role of the vanguard heroines of Ashraf. Maryam Rajavi made the following remarks to the conference.
The Iranian regime hanged 18 prisoners over the past three days in various cities. On March 6, two young prisoners in the prison of Sari, two other prisoners, including a 70 year old man in Orumiyeh Central Prison and two others in the prison of Garmsar were hanged.
The day before, a prisoner was hanged in public in Buin Zahra (Qazvin province) and three in Ghezel Hessar Prison in Karaj. On March 4, eight prisoners were hanged in Rasht, Orumiyeh, Shahroud and Hamedan prisons. Two of the four prisoners executed in Rasht were women.
Iran: The story of proxy militias
Iran’s destructive role across the Middle East has become common knowledge and crystal clear for all. During the past two decades, especially, the presence of this regime’s proxy militias and affiliated Shiite groups has been considered an overt secret. Yet the question is how has Iran been able to dispatch so many fighters, and on a constant basis, to various flashpoint scenes in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. Wrote Shahriar Kia in ‘The Hill’ on March 6, 2017, the article continues as follows:
NCRI - In an article titled ‘Yesterday’s Osama Bin Laden, Today’s Ghasem Soleimani’, the London-based Al-Arab newspaper writes on March 2 “Ghasem Soleimani, Commander of Iranian (regime’s) Quds Force, is managing a hundred thousand militants spread throughout the Middle East.”
Official American delegations and organizations are increasingly asking for Iran to be held accountable and its military arm be listed as a terrorist group. They’ve also demanded that Ghasem Soleimani, Commander of Quds Force, be put to trial due to war crimes and terrorist acts, which are no less than what Osama Bin Laden did.
The International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ), has Monday (March 6, 2017) published its new report jointly prepared with European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) titled “Destructive role of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) in the Middle East,” In the "executive summary," it reads as follows:
An extensive study on conduct of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) over the past three decades has established that the IRGC has been meddling in the affairs of all 14 Muslim countries in the region. These activities demonstrate different forms and degrees of intervention.
NCRI - Seyed Razi Nouri in an interview with Tasnim News affiliated with the terrorist Quds Force referred to the environmental crisis in Khuzestan stating that:"the government and environmental authorities know that the basic remedy to the problem of dust pollution in Khuzestan is to avoid unprofessional dam constructions, to stream the water in the dry wetlands and to halt plans to transfer water from the Karun river's tributaries."
NCRI - The Senior Member of the House of Commons and the Joint Chair of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom, Sir David Amess on Thursday March 3rd issued an statement by undertaking a meta-partisan initiative in line with the international movement with 80 Members of parliament for justice for litigating those who are responsible for the massacre of 30 thousand political prisoners occurred in Iran in 1988.
Terrified of the annual Fire Festivities turning into popular protests, the mullahs’ regime in Iran has resorted to increasing crackdown measures and widespread arrests in numerous parts of the country.
Each day a growing number of store owners selling firecrackers are being arrested and their property confiscated. These measures are seen in the provinces of Tehran, Central, Isfahan, Fars, Gilan, Mazandaran, Kurdistan, Kermanshah, West and East Azeriban, North Khorasan, Zanjan, Urmia, Ilam, Semnan, Chahar Mahal & Bakhtiary, Sistan & Baluchistan, Hamaedan and …
NCRI - Raiding private ceremonies and night parties by the police has reached new dimensions in Iran.
The most recent cases were arresting 34 girls and boys at a night party in Southwestern province of Khuzestan as well as organizers of another one in Tehran.
Khuzestan revolutionary prosecutor-general announced on Sunday March 5 that 14 girls and 20 boys have been arrested at a night party in the province.