Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty should have their personal protection weapons returned to them for self-defence following serious threats and attacks as the Iranian regime’s intervention in Iraq grows, the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) has demanded.
Threats against the camp near Baghdad airport have escalated on a daily basis and the West must now act urgently to protect them, ISJ President Alejo Vidal-Quadras said.
He wrote in a statement: "Following serious terrorist threats by the Qods Force and the extremely slow resettlement of the residents, their personal protection weapons should be returned for self-defence.
The Iranian regime has inspired the religious fundamentalism that has contributed to the rise of Islamic State terrorists and lead to the massacre in Paris last week, former advisor to French Foreign Minister has told a conference in France.
Mrs Rama Yade, former advisor to French Foreign Minister on Human Rights, branded the barbaric attacks in Paris as the work of 'psychopaths and extremists' and said the West must not compromise in its dealings with the Iranian regime.
NCRI - At 6:30 this morning of January 13, 2015, Ms. Mahin Afzali suffered a heart attack and subsequently lost her life at the Iraqi clinic in Camp Liberty due to cardiac arrest.
Ms. Afzali, born in 1950, was an official of the People’s Mojaheidn Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) with 36 years of struggle against the religious dictatorship ruling Iran. She who had been suffering from heart ailment for a long time became the 23rd patient losing her life due to the anti-human blockade.
Putting the onus on others is the special knack the mullahs ruling Iran have. The Iranian people though are well familiar with these deceptions.
The mullahs have executed 120,000 political dissidents, but to escape accountability, they point the finger at the opposition and place the blame on the opposition itself.
Time and again they have massacred members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the main opposition to the Iranian government, through their proxy government in Iraq. However, they claim that the massacres have been internal purges within the opposition.
NCRI - Iran's mullahs have ordered 'scandalous' photos of Sunnis and Shi'ites praying separately in two groups in the same mosque to be removed from websites in the regime.
The images were taken during the recent 'Islamic Unity Conference' held in Tehran and first published on a state approved website.
The authorities in the main prison in the southern city of Kerman have transferred three men to isolation to await their execution on Sunday.
The three prisoners who have been sentenced to death allegedly for drug related offences have been identified as Karim Alizehi, Hossan Rahimyar, and Ghader Alizehi.
NCRI - According to pictures and reports from inside the Iranian regime that have reached the Resistance, the plunder of property and vehicles of PMOI in Ashraf by Iraq's National Security organ and the militias under the command of Hadi al-Ameri, Commander of Iraqi forces in Diyala Province, and Iraqi Transportation Minister under Nouri al-Maliki, that have currently occupied Camp Ashraf, continues.
NCRI - While the downward trend in oil prices on the world markets continues, experts unanimously say that this will aggravate the economic crisis in Iran. The main consequences of this crisis are: rising inflation rising, unemployment and weakening of the Iranian rial.
Last year, the price of crude oil on world markets exceeded $100 a barrel. Oil prices began to drop last summer, and since the beginning of January this year it fell below the level of 50 dollars per barrel.The government Hassan Rouhani planned the budget for the next Iranian year (March 2015-March 2016) which is based on a forecast of oil prices of 72 dollars a barrel.
A large number of political prisoners in Gohardasht prison in the city of Karaj, Iran, released a statement condemning the terrorist acts of the last few days in France, and expressed their sympathy with French people, especially the victims.
The prisoners said the “fundamentalist terrorists’ war against innocent people” and democratic values were brought from the region into the streets of Paris against French citizens.”
Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps is a 'corrupt' institution with excessive powers that make 'more dangerous than useful', an Iranian website has claimed.
The Khabar Online news website said in a January 7 report that the IRGC possess bombs, aircraft, and missiles. It owns a telecommunications company capable of disrupting the Internet, and devices capable of jamming signals.