The groundswell of popular dissent against regime’s crackdown
The murder of Asghar Nahvipour, a young Iranian athlete, by regime’s security force in a metro station of Shahre Rey, south of Tehran, has raised a wave of rage across the country. This incident took place on Saturday, July 15th when Nahvipour protested and attacked a mullah seen harassing a number of young women under the bogus pretext of “improper hijab”. Eyewitness say he was fired at point blank range by the police while yelling, “We don’t want these mullahs. We don’t want this Islam. What kind of a country is this? What kind of Islam is this?”
• The Trial of the Opposition Makes No Sense, and the Verdict for (PMOI/MEK) and Opposition Groups Is Execution, According to Khomeini's Expl
• The ruling of the massacre of imprisoned MEK members and sympathizers was previously issued by Khomeini in 1988
• Under the cover of correspondent and businessman, Intelligence agents are acting inside and outside Iran
"Regarding MEK and all the militant groups, the ruling is the death sentence ... Imam (Khomeini) has said this ... their verdict is death sentence ... Ali Fallahian, regime’s former intelligence minister, said in an interview with Aparat Internet TV and continued:
Maryam Rajavi: The Iranian regime’s stepped up resort to mass executions is a desperate bid to curb social upheavals
International community called to censure criminal executions, reject Tehran’s religious fascist regime
The growing trend of mass executions since the beginning of July which has amounted to at least 57 executions so far is a desperate attempt by the clerical regime to counter the rising wave of public discontent and prevent the spread of popular upheavals by creating an atmosphere of fear and terror.
Whipping a young man in public
The anti-human regime of mullahs sent 21 people to the gallows during the days of 1 to 5 July. At least seven prisoners were hanged on July 5 at Gohardasht Prison in Karaj. Among the executed was Omid Rostami, 28, and Abbas Yusefipur was previously severely beaten by the agents of prison, and was taken to the hospital by the order of Dariush Amiriyan, the interior director of the prison. A number of prisoners were executed on the basis of confessions that were forcefully taken from them under torture. The gathering of the executed families in protest against the execution of their children and their relatives outside Gohardasht Prison was attacked by oppressive forces. Police agents were trying to disperse the victims' families by air firing.
Call for immediate action for his release
The Iranian resistance calls on all international human rights organizations to take immediate action against making a new case file for the 66-year-old political prisoner Ali Moezzi and for his immediate and unconditional release.
Repressive measures increasing in Tehran & various provinces
Two weeks after failing to engineer Iran’s farce presidential election, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is terrified of the two slogans, “No to murderer, no to demagogue, and “My vote is regime change,” and the subject of seeking justice for the 1988 massacre victims.
NCRI - On June 11 the mullahs' regime's henchmen sentenced 20 people to the anti-human punishment of flogging in a summary trial in the mullahs' "special courts". The ruling was implemented on the same day.
Arrests under the excuse of breaking fasting continues in various cities of the country. According to state-run media the number of arrestees in Fars province and in the cities of Qazvin and Urmia amounted to 730. This includes the arrest of 590 people in Fars province under the excuse of breaking fasting and breaking norms, detention of 90 people in Qazvin, and the arrest of 50 in Urimia.