Hirelings of Iranian regime intelligence and Quds Force transferred to Camp Liberty for third time under guise of families
Thousands of families inside and outside Iran are not granted visas to visit their loved ones in Iraq and hundreds of them have been arrested, imprisoned and even executed
NCRI - This morning, September 14, over 20 hirelings of the Iranian regime’s intelligence ministry and terrorist Quds Force were once again shuttled to Camp Liberty under the pretext of “residents’ families”. They were taken to Camp Liberty by the Iranian regime’s embassy in Baghdad and the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf residents headed by Faleh Fayyad using a minibus escorted by Iraqi security forces. They were stationed at the entrance to the police station in Camp Liberty to continue the psychological torture of the residents.
NCRI - British lawmakers will on Tuesday hold a meeting in the House of Commons to discuss major concerns regarding Iran and the basis of a firm UK policy towards that country.
"Iran, one of the most important countries in the Middle East, stands at a historical juncture following the recent nuclear deal with the world powers. Many pundits describe this nuclear deal as a new shift in the region's geopolitics with consequences not only for the region but also the entire world," the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom said in its announcement of the upcoming event.
NCRI - The Iranian regime’s decision to “train and organize” 46,000 troops in groups of ten to control and monitor the streets is a reaction to the rising spirit of protests within the Iranian society, especially among women and youths, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, has said.
“The dispatching of 46,000 troops to the streets takes place according to a new legislation that supports the Bassij paramilitary forces in their operations to counter protests by women and youths,” Mrs. Rajavi wrote on her Facebook page.
NCRI – In the Jask seaport next to the Persian Gulf in southern Iran, the regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Navy has initiated the demolition of an ancient castle that belonged to the Persian Empire of the Sassanid era.
On September 11, the state-run ISNA news agency quoted local official Ibrahim Bousik as saying that the IRGC “has advanced 10 percent” in the demolition of the site.
The Iranian Resistance condemns remarks by Austrian officials to allow the Iranian regime’s intervention in resolving regional crisis and for Assad to participate in the fight against ISIS
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, during his visit to an Iran under the rule of the mullahs, made the following repugnant statement: The West should involve Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the fight against Islamic State, “We need a pragmatic common approach in this respect including the involvement of Assad in the fight against Islamic State terror”… in this fight we are on the same side.
The Iranian regime was directly involved in the killing of more than 500 U.S. soldiers in Iraq by supplying Shiite extremists with advanced roadside bombs, rocket-propelled explosives and other munitions, U.S. military officials say.
"The 500-plus number, during fighting between 2005 and 2011, became the focus of debate last week as U.S. Central Command declassified reports that showed 196 Americans died from Iranian-made explosively formed projectiles (EFPs). But that is only part of the story," The Washington Times wrote on Monday.
NCRI - The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says he is concerned by the number of executions being carried out in Iran.
"Accelerated use of the death penalty, concerns about the right to a fair trial, and the continued detention of journalists, bloggers and human rights defenders remain a major cause for concern," UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said in a statement at the opening of the Human Rights Council session in Geneva on Monday, September 14.
NCRI - Following the suspicious death of political prisoner Mr. Shahrokh Zamani, in the evening of September 13, the regime’s intelligence agents, judiciary henchmen and elements stationed in that prison, and the torturers raided Hall 12, Ward 4 of Gohardasht (Rajai Shahr) prison to terrorize and pressure the political prisoners. However, the prisoners gathered in front of the ward and prevented these elements from entering and exchanged angry words with them.
Similarly, the political prisoners in Evin Prison staged a protest in solidarity with Gohardasht prisoners and chanted slogans against the suspicious death of political prisoner Mr. Shahrokh Zamani.
Henchmen had repeatedly threatened to kill him
Call for an international fact-finding committee to investigate suspicious deaths of political prisoners
NCRI - Steadfast political prisoner Mr. Shahrokh Zamani from Iranian Azerbaijan suspiciously lost his life in Gohardasht (Rajai Shahr) Prison on Sunday afternoon, September 13. At 5 pm, his cellmates in Hall 12 of Ward 4 found his body in his bed with his mouth full of blood and a bruised head. He was with his cellmates until 10 am this morning and as always had a high spirit. He exercised regularly.
NCRI – More than 750 schools in Sistan and Baluchistan Province, southeastern Iran, have no water or electricity, the Iranian regime’s officials have admitted.
The highest illiteracy rate in the country is found in Sistan and Baluchistan Province, especially in the southern areas. Lack of educational atmospheres and the lack of adequate schools all add to the problems in this region.