KowsariNCRI - A senior-ranking member of the Iranian regime’s parliament warned other officials that popular protests against the clerical regime will remain as a permanent political phenomenon as long as the regime holds power.

Kowsari, a Deputy Chairman of the Security Committee in the mullahs’ Majlis (Parliament), referred to popular uprisings by the Iranian people as “sedition” and added, “The sedition is not specific to today or yesterday, but as long as the Islamic Republic ?exists, these seditionists will not abandon their actions against the establishment.”

Maryam RajaviMrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, described Khamenei's 10-day expedition to the holy city of Qom a desperate attempt to restore his lost clout and to overcome growing opposition of the clergy and religious leaders who are distancing themselves from the faltering ?clerical regime as days pass. Khamenei and his gang had been planning for months through an all out mobilization to bring the Qom city under the dominance of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps in order to suppress their opponents or force them to surrender. 

Javid Tehrani A prominent political prisoner in Iran has sent a message on the occasion of the ?World Day Against the Death Penalty, which falls on October 10.?

Behrouz Javid Tehrani, who was arrested during the July 1999 student uprising and has ?been imprisoned ever since, started his message by honoring the memory of 137 of his ?cellmates whose hangings he can attest to.?

tehran UniLaw students at the University of Tehran staged a protest gathering last week with chants of “death to dictator” in reaction to a series of suppressive measures by the Iranian regime.

The clerical regime has taken steps to change the curriculum and enforce stricter rules on veiling and clothing on campus in a plan dubbed as “Islamicization of universities.”

Ali HassanpourA group of Iranians on Sunday joined the  mourning family of a slain protestor in attending his grave site and honoring his memory.

The memorial ceremony, held on the first anniversary of the murder of Ali Hassanpour by the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces, was attended by a number of other mothers who have lost their children as a result of the mullahs’ cruel suppression.

Ali SafaviTHE HUFFINGTON POST – By: Ali Safavi
Before Mahmoud Ahmadinejad echoed the repulsive views of the Iranian theocracy at the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, thousands of Iranian Resistance supporters, who had come to New York from 40 states across the US, echoed the legitimate aspirations of the Iranian people by protesting opposite the UN headquarters.

BoroujerdiA dissident cleric in Iran has leaked out a letter from inside the notorious Evin prison in Tehran, where he is being held, addressing it to the UN Human Rights Council, according to Human Rights and Democracy Activists on Monday.

Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeini Boroujerdi, who rejects the Iranian regime’s principle of absolute clerical rule and supports separation of church and state, was arrested on October 8, 2006 after his house was raided by the regime’s intelligence and state security forces. A number of his followers were also among the detainees.

RajaviTwo days after a major rally against Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in New York, a state-run newspaper considered to be the mouthpiece of the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader, published an analysis reacting to the protest and admitting to the main opposition’s political advancements.

On Saturday, the daily Kayhan wrote, “The biggest rally [against Ahmadinejad] was carried out by the People’s Mojahedin Organization or hypocrites, in which a number of personalities like John Bolton took part.”

GiulaniBy Colleen Long (Canadian Press)
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani told cheering Iranian-Americans outside the United Nations on Thursday that they have the support of "all democratic people."

The lively but controlled group protesting against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's United Nations appearance, appeared on Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, across the street from the U.N. complex. Several other organizations were holding separate protests there.

CNNNew York (CNN) - They journeyed to New York from faraway places, they said, to give voice to those who are silenced in their homeland.

They wanted to stand their ground before the United Nations, where Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was addressing the General Assembly.They called the Iranian president a terrorist. And a murderer.

"Azadi! Azadi!" they roared in Farsi. Freedom

"Hazer! Hazer!" they chanted. Ready.