According to obtained reports, on Wednesday evening, after the screening of a movie ended at Esteqlal Cinema in Tehran and the lights were turned on, viewers noticed numerous anti-regime slogans on chairs and walls of the cinema’s exit hall.
Dozens of slogans were written, including “our uprising is alive, [regime supreme leader Ali] Khamenei is dead, our next protest on September 3,” “the blood of martyrs and suffering of political prisoners will be avenged from Khamenei – next protest on September 3,” “sanctions are a prelude to change, Iranians rise up and launch a strike,” and “death to Khamenei.”
A number of youths gathered in front of a stadium on Wednesday where the mullahs’ President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was speaking and chanted “death to dictator.”
According to obtained reports, Ahmadinejad was speaking at the so-called Qods Stadium in the western city of Hamedan. The regime’s suppressive State Security Forces (SSF) arrested several youths to prevent the expansion of the protest act.
The representative of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader at the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), mullah Saeedi, openly defended the clerical regime’s meddling in Iran and complained about the “prospect of Sunnis rising to power in Iraq.” He said the Iranian regime cannot remain silent in the face of such a prospect.
200 rallies in 40 cities and messages from five continents in the week of solidarity with Ashraf, honoring the victims of last year's attack on Ashraf and massacre of political prisoners in 1988
The World Alliance of Iranian Communities for Ashraf expressed gratitude to Iranians, supporters of the Iranian Resistance and freedom-seeking people around the world for their participation in the week of solidarity with Ashraf and honoring 30,000 political prisoners massacred in 1988.
UNITED NATIONS, August 4, 2010 (AFP) - The UN Security Council on Wednesday called for an end to the political impasse in Iraq, urging the country's bickering leaders to quickly form an inclusive government following the March parliamentary vote.
The council's 15 members issued a statement pressing the leaders to "form, as quickly as possible, a government that is inclusive and represents the will of the Iraqi people."
The clerical regime has confirmed a death sentence for a notable Bazaar merchant in Tehran, charging him with having contacts with the main opposition, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
Paris, August 04 - (EFE) - The International Committee of Jurists (ICJ) today urged the UN to "urgently" intervene in Iran against the regime of the ayatollahs, who are responsible for the execution of 33,000 political opponents during a crack down in 1988, in order to "stop the execution of more innocent people."
The chairman of the Committee helping victims of repression in Iran, William Bourdon, said at a news conference in Paris that this was a tragedy. "They ended the lives of those who were simply defending their ideals," and this trend is also continuing today “while Western governments and the international community exercise silence. "
The Vancouver Sun - Tightening its grip on the Iranian economy, the U.S. Treasury Department announced new actions Tuesday against individuals and companies tied to the feared Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and identified many Iran-connected companies in Germany and elsewhere.
New prohibitions and the potential freezing of assets were announced against alleged senior officers in the Guard Corps, an elite branch of Iran's military, and members of the affiliated Qods force, which conducts special overseas operations and liaison with terrorist groups.
Following the confirmation of his death sentence by the Iranian regime, political prisoner Ali Saremi has sent out a uncompromising and courageous message from inside prison.
Mr. Saremi is the father of a resident of Camp Ashraf, Iraq, where 3.400 members of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) reside.
A Jordanian parliamentarian wrote a letter to the UN Secretary General on the first anniversary of the brutal attacks by the Iranian regime’s Iraqi proxies against Camp Ashraf, where 3,400 members of the main opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) reside northeast of Baghdad.