Iran Regime Destroy Mass Graves as Part of Cover-Up

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has already begun destroying the mass graves of political prisoners secretly executed by the mullahs’ security forces in the 1980s, despite a plea from Amnesty International to halt the desecration and allow an investigation to take place.

Reza Otadi,

Iran Uprising –No. 201

On Friday, August 3, a young man from Karaj, Reza Otadi, was shot dead by the Iranian regime’s repressive forces during the demonstrations in the city, and a large number of protesters were also arrested.

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By Staff Writer

An English court can now consider whether to allow the families of 9/11 victims to make a claim on Iranian assets in Britain.

The relatives of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States want the English High Court to enforce a decision made by an American count in 2012. The US court found evidence to support the fact that Iran had provided "material support and resources to al Qaeda [the militant group that carried out the attacks] for acts of terrorism".

IRAN: Shopkeepers, Traders Strike in Many Cities

Iran Uprising-No. 190

Mrs. Rajavi's call for public support for strikers and immediate action to release the arrested

After the dollar exchange rate passed 12,000 Tomans on Monday July 30th, many bazaar merchants and shopkeepers in Tehran and various cities went on strike in protest of the catastrophic situation of the country's economy and the destruction of their assets, and refused to open their stores.

mass graves of political prisoners who were assassinated in the 1980s.

By Staff Writer

Amnesty International has launched an urgent campaign to prevent the Iranian Regime from building a road over the mass graves of political prisoners who were assassinated in the 1980s.

Maryam Rajavi

The President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, urged the UN Secretary General, the UN Security Council, the UN Human Rights Council, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and international human rights organizations to immediately take action to prevent the Iranian regime’s systematic destruction of the graves of victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran and removal of the traces of this massacre throughout the country, particularly in Ahvaz.

ran Regime Selling Water to Iraq and Kuwait Despite Water Shortage

By Staff Writer

The residents of Khuzestan Province in southwest Iran are facing severe water shortages, despite having several large rivers flow through the area, because the Iranian Regime is selling the water to Kuwait and Iraq.

Ali Moezi, Political Prisoner’s Jail Time Is Over, Still Not Freed
Ali Moezi, Political Prisoner’s Jail Time Is Over, Still Not Freed

By Staff Writer

Though his jail time came to an end nearly a month ago, the political prisoner Ali Moezi is still being kept in the prison of Greater Tehran.

Iran Regime Censor Cryptocurrency

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has made the move to censor all cryptocurrency transactions in the country, after the Iranian people complained that they had been unable to access crypto exchanges like Binance, blockchain and local Bitcoins due to the Regime’s internet blockade.

Execution in iran

This morning, the religious and terrorist dictatorship ruling Iran hurriedly executed eight individuals under the guise of association with ISIS in order to overshadow its growing domestic and internationally scandal due to the exposure of its terrorist and criminal attempt against the Grand Gathering of Iranians in France.