NCRI - Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said on Friday that Iran is not respecting international law when it continues to back the Syrian regime, the Lebanese Shiite militant group and political party Hezbollah and Yemen’s Houthi militia group, urging Tehran to change its policies.

“We see Iran intervening in Syria and supporting Hezbollah and the Houthis, and it is behind some of the operations threatening national security of the region,” Jubeir, who is currently visiting Japan, said.

“We do not see changes in Iran’s policies,” he added. “We see that it is trying to send in arms to Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. Iran should decide if it is in war or the opposite?

NCRI - A top official of the Iranian Resistance has spoken up about the importance of bringing the mullahs’ regime to account regarding their 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.

In an interview with, Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), stressed the importance of bringing the perpetrators of these horrific crimes to justice.

NCRI - Professor Raymond Tanter has told why he thinks the Iranian Resistance’s upcoming “Free Iran” rally in Paris on July 9 is important.

Prof. Tanter, a former senior staff member of the U.S. National Security Council and a professor emeritus at the University of Michigan, said in an interview: “As a scholar studying the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (PMOI or MEK), the main resistance group that rejects clerical rule, and espouses a secular, democratic, and nonnuclear Iran,

NEW YORK (AP) — Iranian-Americans and their supporters are demanding the removal of the country's government.

Thousands gathered Monday near the United Nations, where Iran's president was scheduled to speak.

Protesters say more than 2,000 dissidents have been executed in the past two years.

This year, a key issue is the Iran deal just approved by Congress that would lift economic sanctions in return for restrictions on Iran's nuclear program.

Khavaran Cemetery

NCRI - Iran's fundamentalist regime has prevented the families of executed political prisoners from commemorating the death of their loved ones on the 27th anniversary of their massacre.

Teachers’ demonstration – No. 2

Iranian teachers from nearly two dozen cities travelled to Tehran to joint protest

NCRI - The number of those arrested in Wednesday’s teachers’ protest gathering in Tehran has reached 200. Many of those arrested are teachers from other cities such as Mashhad, Mahabad, Yazd, Kohkilouyeh, Marivan, Delfan Khomain, Isfahan, Kerman, Shahreza, Anzali, Sabzevar, Robat Karim, Pakdasht, Sanandaj, Qazvin, Shahr-e Kord, Karaj, Hamedan, Oromieh, Sari,… who had come to Tehran and were arrested in the attacks by the suppressive forces.

Source: Agence France Presse (AFP) French language news wire, (translated to English)
PARIS, February 5, 2015 (AFP) - The Court of Appeal of Paris confirmed on Thursday the dismissal of an investigation into the People's Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK) initiated in 2001 by the French anti-terrorist department, announced the lawyers of the Iranian opposition group.

In September, Judge Marc Trévidic had issued a dismissal order. But the only remaining civil party in the case, an Iranian, appealed that decision.

Stealing electricity cables, equipment and poles of Ashraf by Iraqi government and forces

Since Tuesday morning, 2 July 2013, Iraqi government and forces have started stealing electricity cables and equipment in the northeastern side of Ashraf which totally belong to the residents.

Since 9 AM, Iraqi military men along with several military vehicles and technical equipment started dismantling electricity cables and equipment in Ashraf and paid no attention to the protests of residents who are staying in Ashraf to safeguard the property based on a quadrilateral agreement between the GOI, U.S. government, UN, and the residents’ representatives. They continued stealing those items until 7 PM. On Wednesday morning, Iraqi forces resumed stealing electricity poles; until Wednesday noon, they had stolen at least 21 electricity poles.

A completed small bunker with sand bags
- Martin Kobler is resorting to more absurd lies about the Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty to justify the Government of Iraq's failure to implement minimum security measures at the camp, hence setting the stage for another massacre of members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

Three examples of such lies are found in a letter dated April 6. He has extensively repeated these lies in Geneva, Brussels, Berlin, New York, Washington and Baghdad.

In his letter, he repeated a false claim which had already been denied before. He claimed that 'monitors' of UNAMI did not have access 'to all areas of Camp Liberty'. And he wrote: "I am told that some areas, like the triangle area, is off limits to the monitors and even locked."

NCRI- A prominent Iraqi religious leader accused the Iraqi government of Nouri Al-Maliki of executing terrorist attacks in Iraq which have been planned by outsiders, Iraqi TV al-Taqeer reported on Sunday, March 24.

Dr. Abdulmalik al-Saadi called on all Iraqis to join public protests and persist on their demands.

“Government of Nouri al-Maliki has allowed itself to repress the people of Iraq, arrest and kill them… in doing so the government is concentrating on a special group of people of Iraq,” he said.