Iran: Rafsanjani and Me

‘THE DIPLOMAT’ on January 19, 2017, published a real story concerning a victim of state-sponsored terrorism who has a different take on the death of one of the Iran regime’s leaders. The following is the full text.

The minute I heard about the death of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the number two man in the theocracy ruling Iran for decades, I had a flashback to Istanbul, Turkey, on March 14, 1990.

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John Kerry: I Am Very Proud of the Effort We Made to Get MEK out of Camp Liberty to Places They Are Safe...

On January 19, 2017 John Kerry secretary of state in his farewell remarks in the C Street Lobby, regarding the relocation of MEK members mentioned the following words.

“…And one of the things that I am very proud of is the effort we made – I remember going to hearing after hearing, and you remember all those folks you’d see up there in those yellow jackets representing the Mujahedin-e Khalq – MEK as we’ve known them – and we got 3,000 of them out of Camp Liberty and to places where they are safe and their lives are saved from being attacked regularly, as they were. I thank Jonathan Winer, our special envoy, and others for that kind of effort. It’s been enormous.”

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The Message of a Prominent Political Prisoner in Iran

NCRI - Political prisoner Arzhang Davoudi, incarcerated in Zabol prison in exile, in a message on the occasion of January 20 and freedom of the last group of political prisoners from the Shah’s prisons in 1979 in Iran wrote:

Dear Compatriot,

This week reminds me of three events in the history of our country:

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Twenty First Fundraising Campaign of Simay-E-Azadi

Contribution of thousands of Iranians from Iran and around the world to Simay-e-Azadi (Iran National Television)

Twenty-first fundraising telethon of Simay-e-Azadi, Iran National Television, turned to a manifestation of national will and solidarity in support of the Iranian Resistance, disgust toward the religious fascism ruling Iran in its totality and the demand for changing this regime and the establishment of freedom and democracy.

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Iranians Touching Participation in a Telethon Risking Their Lives

Iranians from inside Iran have taken big risks by participating In the Simaye Azadi (Iranntv) telethon including the risk of imprisonment or even execution, and despite the intolerable economic situation, they have been non-stop calling the TV and have been announcing their contributions to the pledge drive. They are from different strata and age groups. This moving video clip demonstrates a small number of these calls to the telethon that started on Jan 13.

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Iran: Message of Political Prisoners in Support of 'Free Iran Telethon'

NCRI - A group of political prisoners in Gohardasht prison have announced in a message their support for the 21st fund raising campaign by Simay Azadi (Iran National Television, INTV) affiliated to Iranian Resistance.

The message reads in part:

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Iranian Dissident News Outlet Seeks Financial Support as People, Government Clash Over Access to Information

On Friday, a popular satellite television network run by volunteer Iranian expatriates began its 21st public campaign to raise funding for its annual operations. The network, known in Farsi as Simay Azadi and in English as Iran National Television, reaches an audience inside Iran via satellite receiver equipment that is illegal to own or operate in the country. In spite of this restriction, millions of Iranians reportedly defy the ban, even re-acquiring such equipment after mass confiscation efforts by government authorities.

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Iran Regime's Fear of the Power and Advancement of MEK

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence recently in a detailed report has some interesting confessions regarding the power and progress of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK), fearfully admitting young people’s tendency and attraction toward Mojahedin (MEK) as well as the high status of Mojahedin at home and at the international level.

The report, which according to the Intelligence Ministry officials is a detailed research with more than 8,000 words, has recently been published in the Habilian website affiliated to the Ministry.

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Iran Regime Expresses Fear of Growing Popularity of MEK in Social Sphere

NCRI - Telegram, the worldwide messaging service, has refused the Iranian regime’s request to filter news channels sympathetic to the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

Shohadaye Iran, a state-run website, reported that recently an outfit of the Iranian regime vigorously urged Telegram to filter the channels that are sympathetic to the Iranian Resistance. But it was rebuffed by the cloud-based instant messaging service.

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Iran news in brief

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The untold story of the 1988 Massacre in Iran

Maryam Rajavi in the meeting of Solidarity with nations of the Middle East

FreeIran Gathering in a glimpse

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