Iran: Protests Against Widespread Corruption

NCRI - In the midst of a widespread and systematic corruption among government organizations and leaders of the Iranian regime, and clashes between its rival bands, this time a group of clerics and seminary students in Borujerd – Western Iran, have headed for Tehran on foot to protest against corruption among Friday prayer imams, and reveal how their own imam is involved in the process.

Escalation of Protests by Workers

NCRI - The number of protests staged by workers and other stipendiary employees has increased in recent days. The protesters rally in front of the Parliament of Iran, the Ministry of Labor, the Governorate, and their workplace.

Ebrahim Raisi's

NCRI - Ahmad Montazeri, son of Hossein-Ali Montazeri, Khomeini's former heir (who revealed a shocking audio tape On August 9, 2016 in which Montazeri can be heard telling a meeting of members of the “Death Committee” 28 years ago (August 15, 1988) that they are carrying out a crime against humanity), has regarded the presidential candidacy of Ebrahim Raisi, member of the same Death Committee involved in the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, as a ‘joke’ and ‘an insult to Iranian people’.

Ebrahim Raeesi's

NCRI - Following Ebrahim Raeesi's candidacy in the upcoming presidential election in Iran, the issue regarding the massacre of 1988 in which 30 000 political prisoners killed has emerged once again and greatly supported in the media affiliated with the regime since the candidate is the former member of the death commission in 1988.

Ebrahim Raisi,

Ebrahim Raisi, the new candidate in upcoming sham election in Iran
The candidacy of a cleric well known for his role in the atrocious crimes by the regime ruling Iran over the past three decades was announced. Ebrahim Raisi, currently head of the massive Astan Quds Razavi entity in control of a sacred Shiite Muslim shrine, will be running for president in the May 19 polls. Heshmat Alavi wrote in the ‘American Thinker’ on April 7, 2017.

Ebrahim Raisi

The notorious Ebrahim Raisi has publicly announced that he will stand as a candidate in the sham Presidential election.

In a letter addressed to the regime's Supreme Leader Khamenei on March 22, some 50 mullahs, members of the Assembly of Experts, requested his nomination. He had told other factions that he would run for office if he had Khamenei's approval.