State Mullah Admits People Do Not Trust Them Anymore

NCRI Staff

NCRI - In the wake of repeated attacks by people on mullahs and beating them in different cities of Iran, the state-run Armaan newspaper has conducted an interview with Hadi Ghaffari, a state mullah, asking about the cause of this phenomenon.

Hadi Ghaffari, who was originally a radical cleric of the regime and today had to join the so-called gang of reformists, explains this phenomenon: “The main reason for physical attacks on clerics in the streets is that people are hungry and have lost their religion and their faith and consider the mullahs in power (state mullahs) as the cause of their economic and social problems.

Southern Iran: Four People Killed in an Oil - Field Inferno

On Sunday October 29, state-run media reported that the following the break out of an inferno in 'Rage Sefid' Oil field in Southeastern Ahvaz, four people were killed, it is noteworthy that fire had started on Friday October 27, but due to insufficient equipment it was not exterminated till 24 hours later.

Why Is Iran Regime Hiding Information on Dams?

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A London-based human rights organization, which focuses on the Middle East has found that the data for hundreds of Iranian dams is missing.

Small Media found that out of over 1,000 dams listed on the Iranian Energy Ministry’s online database, only about 100 had complete profiles. This means that for hundreds of other dams across Iran, it is unclear who is in charge of them, whether they are still active, and their start and end dates.

Destructive Imports by State Entities Drive Iran's Industry Into Bankruptcy

NCRI Staff

NCRI - According to Iranian regime’s official figures, more than $50 billion worth of goods are imported to Iran each year, added by yet another $17-25 billion worth of contraband annually smuggled into the country.

The latest figures released by Iran Customs Administration show that Iran imports in the first six months of the year have increased 15 percent to $23.5 billion, while non-oil exports have dropped three percent during this period.

Iran Regime's Role in Beirut Bombings

NCRI Staff

NCRI - As a result of the double bombing in Lebanon’s capital Beirut in 1983, 241 American service members were killed, as well as 58 French military personnel and six civilians. On top of all these deaths, hundreds more were injured. In October that year, a water tanker was driven by a suicide bomber into the US Marine barracks. Approximately 1,000 kilograms of explosives were detonated. The attack was claimed by the Islamic Jihad which has links with Iranian regime.

Arab Coalition: Iran Regime's Proxies Destroying Middle East Security

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A coalition of Arab states has accused the Iranian Regime and its regional proxies of destabilising regional security on Sunday.

The Coalition Supporting the Legitimacy in Yemen denounced Iran’s negative role in the Middle East, noting that the Iranian Regime was supplying coup militias with weapons, ammo, ballistic missiles and landmines in direct violation of the UN Security Council's Resolution 2216.

Iran Regime's IRGC Bahraini Agents Sentenced to Prison

NCRI Staff

NCRI - On Monday, October 30, a Bahraini court sentenced 19 men to lengthy jail terms on charges of spying for the Iranian regime and plotting to overthrow Bahrain’s legal government, ‘The New Arab’ reported quoting judicial sources.

Eight people were sentenced to life in prison, nine to 15 years in prison and two to 10 years in jail for espionage and inciting public dissent, according to a statement released by the counter-terrorism prosecutor's office.

Iran Regime, the Main Obstacle in the Way to Peace in Yemen

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia says the regime in Iran is the “main obstacle" in the way of efforts to restore peace in the crisis-stricken Yemeni state.

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on October 29 at a meeting of Riyadh-led coalition members: “Iran regime is providing armament and weaponry to the Houthis and (supporters of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Salah).”

Iran: Crisis of Student Kolbars (Porters)

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A member of the Iranian regime's parliament, referring to what he calls “Crisis of Student Kolbar (Porters)”, said that 75,000 people in Iran involved in porterage, some of whom are students who are being killed during porterage.

Rassoul Khezri in an interview with a state-run news agency on October 28 said that students in western provinces of Iran are involved in porterage. “We are facing crisis of student porters and loss of their lives,” he added.

Regime Official: "In Iran, 49 People Are Being Jailed per Hour"

NCRI Staff

NCRI - An official of the Iranian regime's welfare organization said that while in 1979 “ten people” were jailed in Iran every hour, the figure now stands at 49 people per hour.

According to the state-run ISNA news agency on October 29, Hassan Mousavi Chalak in his statements announced that the number of people who have been “socially harmed” in Iran in recent years has been “multiplied”.

Lawmakers Urge Ambassador Haley to Ensure Access to Nuclear Sites in Iran Is Granted

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Republican lawmakers are calling on the Trump administration to ensure that nuclear inspectors will be able to have unrestricted access to all potential nuclear sites in Iran at any time. This is one of the major failings of the 2015 nuclear agreement.

During the negotiations, former President Obama promised: “Inspectors will also be able to access any suspicious location. Put simply, the organization responsible for the inspections, the IAEA, will have access where necessary, when necessary.” However, this never happened and Iranian regime has refused to let nuclear inspectors into military sites.

Iran Regime Intelligence Ministry: Ramin Hossein Panahi Will Be Executed Soon

NCRI Staff

NCRI - On October 26, the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence, , addressing the family member of a political prisoner after 124 days, announced that he has been detained by the Ministry and will be executed soon.

Ramin Hossein Panahi was shot in his waist area and arrested by the regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) on 23 June 2017 when he was going to visit his family.

Iran Regime's Panic and Fear From the Ceremony of Cyrus the Great

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Simultaneous to reports of the closure of main road leading to the Cyrus tomb, Friday prayer leaders in the Fars Province (southern Iran) strongly attacked the Ceremony of the Achaemenid king (Cyrus the Great) Day and condemned Israel and the U.S. as “sponsors” of the ceremony.

According to the state-run IRNA news agency, Alireza Siahpur, Director General of Fars Province Road Transport said on Friday, October 27, that part of the Shiraz-Isfahan highway would be blocked on Saturday and Sunday October 28 and 29, due to "repairs". This is the main road leading to the Cyrus Tomb. The ancient Pasargadae is located about 135 kilometers from Shiraz.

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