Iranian Official: What If They Say Your President Has Said You Have Been Murdering People for 38 Years?

NCRI - Hadad Adel, a member of Iran’s Expediency Council, delivered a speech on June 1, 2017 targeting Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his remarks during the election campaign.

“Was this a wise decision to say people don’t want someone who has signed 38 years of [execution] and prison? One shouldn’t attack his rival like that,” he said.

Read more: Iranian Official: What If They Say Your President Has Said You Have Been Murdering People for 38 Years?

Iran : Threats to Eliminate Rouhani

NCRI - The most recent consequences of the gang clashes following the astronomical frauds during the sham presidential election are threats to eliminate Rouhani, the regime’s president and attacks against the official television, affiliated to Khamenei.

Javad Abtahi member of Majlis: “I warn the Judiciary to handle the reports of the election’s contravention with firmness and without connivance. If the governor, governor-general or other authority, has acted over his jurisdiction, misusing his position and powers, he shall be immediately put on trial and the result should be announced to the people.

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Iran: Factional Disputes Continuing Over Presidential Election Vote Rigging

NCRI - Iranian government spokesman Bahram Ghasemi responded to recent remarks stated by former presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi.

“It is not right to use terms such as election engineering. The entire election process was carried out under the Guardian Council’s supervision,” he said.

Read more: Iran: Factional Disputes Continuing Over Presidential Election Vote Rigging

Ongoing Rift and Conflict at the Top of the Iran Regime

NCRI - Ebrahim Raisi, one of the main perpetrators of the 1988 massacre and a candidate in the recent sham presidential election in Iran, delivered a speech on Sunday in Mashhad, northeast Iran, lashing his remarks at President Hassan Rouhani.

“The government must set aside this begging foreign policy. The fact that you send a message to the enemy that our country’s treasury is empty is wrong. To say everything is dependent on the nuclear deal, even the people’s drinking water, is wrong…” he said.

Read more: Ongoing Rift and Conflict at the Top of the Iran Regime

Iran: Former Regime's President's Son Sacked From University Board

NCRI - Around a month after the sudden sacking of the Azad University dean, the son of former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was also set aside.

The order for his sacking was issued by Ali Akbar Velayati, the current dean of Azad University, according to Yaser Rafsanjani, and he was informed through a message.

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Rouhani Unwillingly Accusing State Officials of Crimes: Iranian State Daily

NCRI - Hossein Shariatmadari, representative of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Kayhan daily, questioned Hassan Rouhani’s credibility as president for rallying votes for himself during the sham election by saying 38 years of execution and prison has been ruling the mullahs’ regime.

He accused all of the state and Khomeini (former Iranian regime founder) to crimes, he added.

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Iran: Tension Escalates at the Top of Iran Regime, Right After the Sham Election

NCRI - Attacking Hassan Rouhani following his victory in regime’s presidential election, the Revolutionary Guards’ Fars news agency writes on May 20, 2017 “it’s Rouhani’s skill to communicate the Sex Segregation Directive to organizations and offices, meanwhile explicitly announce that he’s against sex segregation, accusing his rivals of trying to set up walls between women and men.”

Read more: Iran: Tension Escalates at the Top of Iran Regime, Right After the Sham Election

Sunday Telegraph Editorial on Iran Election: Still a Rogue State

Britain’s Sunday Telegraph in an editorial on May 21 accused the Iranian regime of acting as a “rogue state”. The leading article pointed to the regime’s human rights abuses and pursuit of terrorism.

The editorial furthermore brought up the issue of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.

Read more: Sunday Telegraph Editorial on Iran Election: Still a Rogue State

Rifts Deepening Amongst Senior Iranian Elites

NCRI - With the election façade coming to an end in Iran and the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei claiming victory – based on rigging the number of votes in the millions – will the divides amongst the regime’s senior ranks ease?

Amir Mohebian, a politician and theoretician of Khamenei’s faction, claims the election results prove there is no rift amongst the ruling elite and Iran’s populace.

Read more: Rifts Deepening Amongst Senior Iranian Elites

Iran news in brief

Iran Election Results Are a Fraud

Rouhani's 2nd Term Will Be Riddled With More Crisis & Intensified Factional Feuding for the Regime

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