NCRI - Iran's Minister of Education On the first day of the new academic year admitted that 40% to 42% of classrooms lack standard heating systems.
According to Fars News affiliated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Mohammad Bathaei in an interview with IRIB on Saturday, September 23, stated, "There are still nonstandard heaters in classes." He then hoped that standard heaters will be installed in the future as the sixth development plan provides credits. The minister of Education refers to nonstandard heaters that have led to major incidents.
NCRI - The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Nuclear Deal with Iran, took center stage at the United Nations General Assembly last week.
The Obama administration, US allies and the international community, believed that after benefits of the Nuclear Deal were in place, a ‘different' Iran would emerge as a responsible member of the global community, and that the Middle East would be the first region to enjoy this outcome.
NCRI - On October 15, president Trump will report to the Congress about how Iranian regime has complied with the nuclear agreement, JCPOA.
As the date approaches, worries of Iran regime’s different factions about the Fate of nuclear agreement rises.
NCRI - Security officials in Afghanistan and Pakistan have revealed that the Iranian regime has increased the armed thugs needed by the regime to fight in Syria.
Reported sources in Islamabad, Pakistan, said the Iranian regime pays about $600 a month for foreigners, according to a November 22 television news agency Sky News Arabiya on September 22. There are concerns that these people will return to their countries facing a critical situation.
NCRI - Asma Jahangir, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, was interviewed by Al Arabiya’s studios in the United Nations about the current situation in the country.
NCRI - Pressure on the family of a Christian pastor in Iran has augmented. According to reports, the agents of the Iranian regime have even refused to register Pastor Youssef Naderkhani’s son at the school. This is while this new Christian, in addition to 10 years in prison, has also been sentenced to two years of exile to the city of Nikshahr in Sistan and Baluchistan province (south-east of Iran).
The widespread export of terrorism to the Middle East and Africa was once again acknowledged by Mullah Kazem Sediqi the Friday prayer leader on September 22in Tehran. He said, "We conducted a revolution in Iran, but today we are defending in Syria; today our reputation is heard all over Africa, an altar is set up in Nigeria".
He confessed to the hidden occupation of Iraq by the clerical regime and the imposition of influence on its political, military and security organs, and said: "Today, is Iraq our neighbor? No, it's ourselves. Today, Iraq’s Hashd al-Sha'bi and the Iraqi government are fighting alongside us. Lebanese Hezbollah is one of the miracles of our revolution ... our Islam [read extremism and fundamentalism] goes to bring the world under the flag of the Velayat-e fagiqh (Supreme Leader)!”
On Saturday, September 23, Iranian regime announced, test launching a new ballistic missile named Khorramshahr. The range of the missile, which was shown on a military parade the previous day, is said to be 2000 km, and has the ability to carry several warheads, according to the IRGC Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, the commander of IRGC Aerospace.
The Iranian Resistance calls on all international human rights authorities and organizations, in particular the High Commissioner for Human Rights, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, and the reporters on arbitrary executions and torture, to condemn the clerical regime for executions and medieval punishments, such as hand amputation. It also calls on the international community, especially the European Union and the United States, to sanction the mullahs’ regime from committing these brutal punishments. The leaders of the barbarism ruling Iran, who are the disgrace for contemporary humanity, must be rejected from the family of nations and brought to justice.
While condemning the cowardly assassination of Orouba Barakat and her daughter Hala, the two Syrian women who were killed in their home in Istanbul by knife attacks, the Women's Committee of the NCRI offers its condolences to the Syrian opposition, in particular Syrian brave women. Many news agencies attribute this assassination to Assad's dictatorship.