internet

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s authorities heavily restricted the internet in an attempt to quell the anti-regime protests but the Iranian people have been evading the censorship through the use of virtual private networks (VPNs).

 Iranian Protests
NCRI Staff

NCRI - The protests in Iran are now firmly into their second week and they are showing the cracks in the foundation of the Iranian Regime. Like all dictatorships, the Iranian Regime is set to fall because they don’t have the will of the people behind them.

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Iran Uprising -No. 41

Call for immediate action by international assemblies to release all detainees

According to a classified report obtained from inside the regime, 35% of those arrested during the uprising of the Iranian people are students. Earlier, IRGC brigadier Hossein Zolfaghari, security deputy Minister of Interior, announced that more than 90% of the detainees are juveniles and teenagers with an average age of under 25 (state media – January 1st).

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Iran Uprising - No. 35

Legitimate right of people to overthrow religious fascism and establish democracy must be recognized

The Iranian Resistance asks today's UN Security Council to defend the legitimate and inalienable right of the Iranian people to overthrow the religious fascism ruling Iran and to attain the freedom for which they have been demonstrating.

 Urmia Central Prison’s

Iran Uprising -No. 36

On Thursday, January 5, the henchmen of the Urmia Central Prison’s Guard showed their grudge against the heroic uprising of the people in different cities by attacking the ward 12 of the Urmia’s Central Prison, where political prisoners are held, and, on the pretext of inspection, destroyed all the foodstuffs and other belongings of the prisoners.

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“The Iranian authorities must ensure the right to peaceful protest, investigate reports that security forces have unlawfully used firearms against unarmed protesters, and protect hundreds of detainees from torture,” Amnesty International said today as crackdown against demonstrations in the country continues.

Iran - Protests

Iran Uprising -No. 32

Following the heroic uprising of the people of Izeh (in Khuzestan province) where the repressive forces were unable to confront the people and many of the regime’s agents ran away, the clerical regime dispatched many groups of IRGC and Bassij forces from the surrounding areas to suppress the people,

Iran Regime Is Weak and the Protests Shows That

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime suffers from many problems at home and abroad- all of its own making- that weaken its power and create opportunities for something new.

Iran Regime Re-Deploys Fighters From Syrian

NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime has redeployed fighters from the Syrian Civil War, like the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMUs) and Afghan mercenaries, to quell the ongoing anti-regime protests that are happening across Iran.