Calling for urgent action to stop brutal treatment of political prisoners
Iranian Resistance strongly condemned Dr. Kavous Seyed Emami’s murder under torture by the clerical regime's henchmen and called for an urgent international action to stop brutal treatment of political prisoners and killing them under torture. In recent weeks, at least 12 prisoners have been martyred under torture following their arrest during the uprising.
Iran Uprising -No. 76
On the eve of the thirty-ninth anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution, along with the protests of the workers and the looted people, the brave youth demonstrated their abhorrence towards the regime of Velayat-e faqih (Islamic Jurist prudence) and their resolve to overthrow this regime:
The Iranian Resistance offers its deepest condolences on the regretful loss of the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Iran.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the president elect of the Iranian resistance in a tweet expressed her condolences:
Maryam Rajavi: the people of Iran will not be satisfied by anything less than overthrowing the ruling theocracy
On the eve of the 39th anniversary of the overthrow of the Shah’s regime in Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi attended a gathering of Iranians on February 10, 2018. The President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran hailed all the martyrs fallen for Iran’s freedom in the 1979 Revolution up until the uprising in January 2018. She told the gathering, “The courageous uprising in December-January and its subsequent protests across the country proved that the Iranian people will not be satisfied by anything less than the overthrow of the clerical regime in its entirety. The presence of women and youths at the forefront of the protests guarantee the continuation of the uprising. Iranian women have not succumbed to the regime’s crackdown despite 39 years of systematic repression and humiliation, including the imposition of the compulsory veil.”
Iranian regime’s parliament
NCRI - While Iranian regime’s parliament approved the bill to join the Palermo Convention – a UN convention against transnational organized crime – after setting five conditions, controversy over it is still going on.
Acknowledging that under current conditions the regime is denied of many international banking system’s benefits, Hassan Rouhani’s government and figures close to him say that joining the convention is necessary for preventing tougher measures by the international banks.
NCRI - Pointing to Iranian currency’s free fall, regime’s media are warning that this could lead to an eruption of public discontent, while also revealing that the Rial may drop to 70,000 against the US Dollar.