Iran Regime Ranks Top In "Terrorist" Financing: AML

Iran under the rules of clerical dictatorship is among the first three countries in the world that are ranked as being the riskiest in terms of money laundering and "terrorist" financing, according to a study by a Swiss group.

Iran, Afghanistan and Guinea-Bissau are in top of list of 146 countries in the latest annual Anti Money Laundering (AML) index report released by the Basel Institute of Governance, which works with the public and private sector to counter corruption.

Italian Committee: Save Lives of Hunger Striking Political Prisoners in Iran

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Italian Parliamentary and Citizens' Committee for a Free Iran expresses its deep concern at the serious conditions of 21 Iranian prisoners on hunger strike - many for about a month - in the Raja'i-shahr (Gohardasht) prison in the city of Karaj, west of the capital of Tehran, according to a 17 August press release by the group.

Italian Human Rights Group Join Intl. Campaign in Support of Iran Political Prisoners' Demands

Press Release by Hands Off Cain, August 27, 2017

IRAN: Hands Off Cain calls on Italian Government to listen to the demands of political prisoners who are on hunger strike in Karaj prison protesting inhumane conditions.

Hezbollah, the Most Important Instrument of Iranian Regime in the Region: NYT

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Lebanese Hezbollah is “one of the most important instruments in the drive for regional supremacy by its sponsor” Iran, the New York Times reports.

The group created by the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards Corp (IRGC) in the 1980’s “has rapidly expanded its realm of operations. It has sent legions of fighters to Syria. It has sent trainers to Iraq. It has backed rebels in Yemen. And it has helped organize a battalion of militants from Afghanistan that can fight almost anywhere,” the report published on Sunday issue of the times said.

Iran: The Statement of Social Activists to Support Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - A group of labor activists and workers released a statement in North of Khuzestan (southwest of Iran) to support the political prisoners of Gohardasht Prison who have gone on hunger strike.

Iran Sentences Prisoner Mohammad Ali Taheri to Death

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s judiciary has sentenced to death political prisoner Mohammad Ali Taheri, his attorney told news agencies on Sunday.

Mahmoud Alizadeh Tabatabaei told The Associated Press that the court has sentenced his client to death on charges of “founding a cult.”

Gatherings in Solidarity With Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Iran

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian diaspora mobilized this Saturday for prisoners of conscience who are on hunger strike for nearly a month in Iran.

In the forecourt of the ‘Les Invalides in Paris’ and in several cities around the world, human rights defenders sought to alert the deteriorating state of health and the intransigence of the authorities to respond to their basic demands.

Iran: The Prominent Political Prisoner Goes on Hunger Strike

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The political prisoner, Arzhang Davoudi has gone on hunger and medicine strike since August 20, 2017, in Zabul Prison located in Southeastern Iran to express solidarity with the prisoners of Gohardasht Prison. He is suffering from diabetes and heart disease. As soon as he heard about the strike of political prisoners in Gohardasht Prison, he also started his strike to support them and to also protest against the poor condition of Zabul Prison. Arzhang Davoudi has also announced that he is not going to stop his strike unless his demands are fulfilled. This political prisoner has been kept in solitary confinement and is under pressure for more than 10 days.

Iran: Shocking Ads, People Put Their Kidneys on Sale out of Poverty

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The state-run media, Mashregh News Website has released an image of a leaflet on which the sale of kidney has been advertised. A couple was planning to sell their kidney and bone marrow due to indigence and financial problems.

Iran: The Firm & Courageous Position of the Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - A group of political prisoners in Gohardasht prison located in the city of Karaj, West of Tehran, wrote a letter to the human rights organizations and associations on the 26th day of their strike seeking the recognition of their rights. The political prisoners called on the human rights organizations to pay a visit to prisons in Iran in order to see the poor condition of political prisoners. In their letter, the political prisoners also refer to the 4 decades of repression and violation of human rights, writing that," a person does not achieve self-esteem and freedom easily. We and some of our brothers, who have been imprisoned by the age of 70, are witnessing a blatant violation of human rights against the prisoners of conscience and the political prisoners by the authorities of the Judiciary, the Intelligence Organization, and the guardsmen.

Regime Change in Iran Will Not Need War

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - Regime Change in Iran does not require foreign military intervention, according to a human rights activist.

Shahriar Kia, a member of the Iranian opposition (PMOI /MEK), wrote an op-ed for Riyadh Daily in which he explained why international sanctions against the Regime would be much more effective than a costly war.

Rouhani Faces Great Challenges in His Second Term and He Will Fail at All of Them

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The second term of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani poses many challenges, such as the fate of the nuclear deal, how further US sanctions will affect the country, and ever-growing reolution from the people of Iran.

Iran Regime's Attempt to Gain Power in the Region and the Role of Quds Force

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - Iran regime’s special elite unit, the Quds Force - was established by former Supreme Leader Ruhollah Khomeini at the end of the eighties as part of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Its purpose was to spread the so called revolution outside the country and it became responsible for foreign operations. Its mission spread across to neighbouring countries and has now ended up all over the world.


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