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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:43 pm on 31 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    The wave of nationwide strikes, protests and uprisings in the cities of Iran 

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    This article is based on reports and videos sent by PMOI/MEK activists inside Iran

    Iran, July 31, 2018 – Tuesday has been the scene of numerous protests and demonstrations in cities across Iran.

    Strike, Protest in Isfahan: Beginning this morning, Tuesday, July 31, truck drivers and owners as well as large group of people and youth in the city of Isfahan have been staging a protest against spiraling high prices, repeated power outages and inhuman policies of the clerical regime in the city’s Amirkabir (now called new Shapour) industrial district. They subsequently marched toward the city’s main streets.

    Shop keepers have stopped work and all shops are shut down. Enraged over the runaway inflation, high prices, corruption and repression, the crowd were chanting: “Death to high prices, death to unemployment,” “death to the dictator,” “dignified Shapouris, support us, support us,” “dignified Iranians, support us, support us,” and “incompetent officials, resign, resign.”

    Referring to the regime’s hollow promises, they are chanting “these are all lies.” The city’s industrial workers are taking parts in the demonstration by carrying a placard protesting against high prices and terrible living conditions.

    A large group of repressive forces and anti-riot units have been stationed on the scene and on different streets to disperse the crowd and prevent its expansion.

    Protests erupt in several Iranian cities, Karaj, Rasht, Shiraz  over economic troubles and the rotten dictatorship of the mullahs:

    Karaj demonstration started the late afternoon with many young protesters chanting anti-government slogans. The youth are chanting “the people are begging while mullahs are living like Gods.”

    Residents of Gohardasht in Karaj, especially women challenged security forces and protested against skyrocketing high cost of living and the spiraling economic crisis.

    Security forces attack protesters in Karaj.

    July 31 – Karaj: Protesters chanting: “Reformist – Hardliner – the game is over”

    Protesters chant the game is over for both factions of the regime the so called reformists and fundamentalists.

    July 31, Gohardasht Karaj:  Protesters chanting: “Death to the dictator (Khamenei)” “Beware of the day we take up arms”

    Following Karaj, protests erupted in Shiraz, with demonstrators pouring into the streets and chanting slogans against the regime for increasing unemployment rates and the down-spiral in the country’s economy.

    Update: 9:00 PM local time: In Shiraz, security forces have started targeting protesters with tear gas. According to local reports, security forces have injured a young boy who had attended the protest along with his mother.

    The protests that began in different Iranian cities this afternoon have reached Rasht, Gilan province. The people of Rasht are chanting, “Death to high prices. Don’t be afraid. We’re together.” While the protests were triggered by economic grievances, the protesters of Rasht quickly turned their rage toward the Iranian regime in its entirety.

    Following reports of large protests in the central city of Isfahan, Rasht, Ahvaz, Zanjan, Tabriz and a number of other cities, now there are reports of protests and clashes in the city of Karaj, northwest of Tehran.

    People chant “as long as the dictator is ruling Iran, the uprising will continue

    The Iranian regime’s security forces tried to control the situation in Karaj by attacking the protesters, but the people confronted them.

    Since nationwide protests erupted across Iran in December, demonstrations have continued in different cities and quickly turn into anti-government protests.

    The people of Karaj also call on their fellow countrymen to rise in their support and encouraged the merchants of the bazaar for supporting protesters.

    Maryam Rajavi, President elect  of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI), sent messages in support of the protesters.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 7:55 am on 31 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Maryam Rajavi: Toppling the regime is the only solution for saving Iran’s economy 

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    Honorable bazaaris of Tehran, Isfahan, Shahr-e Ray, Tabriz, Qeshm, Karaj, Bandar Abbas, Rasht, Shahriar, and other cities,

    I salute you all for rising up again and resuming your strikes against the usurper clerical regime.

    The uprising which started last December is continuing to carry on thanks to the efforts of our people across the country, from Kazerun to IsfahanKhuzestan and Baneh, from truck drivers and truck owners, to the workers of Haft Tappeh Sugarcane factory and the Steel Factory of Ahvaz, and merchants of bazaar in various cities. Today, the bazaaris and the truck drivers and owners echo the voice of the Iranian people against the mullahs’ destructive rule.

    The disastrous state of the economy and the foreign exchange market is the direct product of the regime’s depravity. The free fall of the value of Rial to the world’s lowest is a consequence of the rule of the mullahs who have destroyed everything to preserve their power.

    It is the consequence of squandering Iran’s wealth and revenues on the criminal war in Syria, and on export of terrorism and fundamentalism to other countries.

    It is the consequence of the devouring of the greater portion of Iran’s economy by Khamenei, the IRGC and state-backed foundations, which has left no business opportunity for bazaar merchants and has put the lion’s share of Iran’s consumers market at the disposal of major shopping centers owned by the IRGC and other regime factions.

    The mullahs have no solution for containing this chaotic situation and all of their measures and plans have failed. Sacking the Central Bank’s president, arresting bazaar merchants, spreading lies and false pretenses are no longer effective. Iran’s crumbling economy cannot be saved unless by toppling the regime.

    Expanding the protests to bring down the corrupt regime of theft and destruction is the only solution.

    I urge the valiant youth of Iran and the resistance units to support the strikes of bazaaris.

    As Massoud Rajavi said, “The people of Iran are the ones who have the final say, with their arisen resistance units, the revolting cities, and the National Liberation Army.”

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 3:51 pm on 28 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran: Truckers’ strike spreads to 112 cities in 30 provinces 

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    Fifth day of truckers’ nationwide strike

    July 28, 2018 -Truck drivers across Iran continued their nationwide strike for a fifth consecutive day, spreading to the cities of Arak, Chaboksar, Poldokhtar, Yasuj, Kavar, Kashmar, Neyshabur, Saveh, Eslamshahr, Farrokhshahr, Tehran, Ardabil and Marand.

    At 11 am local time on Friday, gas stations in the Saveh road near Eslamshahr were all closed.

    Truck drivers were also seen on strike in Khorramabad, western Iran. 112 cities of 30 provinces are now scenes of this nationwide strike movement.

    Iranian opposition NCRI President Maryam Rajavi hailed the truck driver’s massive strike and called on all Iranians, especially the youth, to express solidarity with the truckers. Mrs. Rajavi also called on relevant international organization, labor and drivers’ unions in various countries to rise in support of Iran’s truck drivers.

    In Mashhad, truck drivers neglected any deceptive promises provided by regime officials and authorities. Officials were seen selling low-cost tires at the city loading terminal center and resorting to a variety of propaganda measures aimed at discouraging drivers into ending their strike.

    Truckers across Iran are continuing their widespread strike on Thursday for the fourth consecutive day. This includes drivers in the city of Mashhad, Ahvaz, Karaj, Farrokhshahr, Miandoab and Shahr-e Kord, among others.

    The new round of the truck drivers’ strike is witnessing at least 85 cities in 25 provinces joining this cross-country movement.

    Authorities in Kermanshah were pressuring truck drivers to end their strike, only to face stiff resistance from them. Intelligence agents and police officers in this city began taking stripping license plates off parked trucks in order to force the drivers to end their strike. The family members of the truck drivers began protesting these illegal measures.

    In Mashhad, the loading terminal station was completely empty and no truck at the scene to deliver any goods.

    Videos from various cities are being posted on the internet:

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    Truck drivers across Tehran continued their strike for a fifth day

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    Truck drivers across Tehran continued their strike for a fifth day

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    Truck drivers across Isfahan continued their strike for a fifth day

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 10:14 pm on 25 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran Regime and Dilemma of Choosing Between Two Deadlocks! 

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    Hassan Rouhani’s recent remarks, warning the United States not to play with the lion’s tail, sparked a lot of reactions, both at home and on international level, with some suggesting that the remarks point to Rouhani’s twofold strategy. But is there even a strategy out there?

    Which strategy, seriously?

    Already surrounded by a host of both domestic and international crises, the regime is too incapable to speak of a strategy, a well-calculated plan or a long-term road-map. That’s a reality that even regime’s so-called political, economic and social experts now acknowledge.

    As confirmed by regime officials, it’s now 40 years that the issue of resuming political ties with the United States has remained on the table as an unresolved predicament.

    On one hand, the regime desperately needs to hold talks and establish relations with the United States, but on the other hand it is taken hostage by its own deceitful slogans, including ‘Death to America’. With the issue once again resurfaced, regime’s strategic bewilderment has been highlighted.

    The tangled mess of a strategy

    “Iran’s officials are suffering a strategic bewilderment. 40 years of ‘Death to America’ has failed to bring a real demise for the country. Infatuation and hatred found in US-Iran relations is the result of a black-white approach towards politics, and now we need a gray look to get rid of that,” writes state-run Iranian-Diplomacy –irdiplomacy.ir– website in an article titled ‘A difficult path towards peace’ on July 17, 2018.

    “If it’s been decided to hold talks, which seems to be on the agenda, then let’s not make it difficult. We’d better not hold last minute talks or else we’ll once again be forced to accede to an urgent diplomacy. We have to directly enter into win-win negotiations rather than relying on mediators who are asking for their own share,” the website continues.

    So, Rouhani and Khamenei’s remarks should also be interpreted with regard to such an atmosphere.

    While Rouhani speaks of blocking the Strait of Hormuz only to ingratiate himself with regime forces and somehow lift their spirits, a few days later, however, he is forced to eat the humble pie by making the most irrelevant and ridiculous comment, saying “by blocking the strait, I didn’t mean to block the Strait of Hormuz, as there are a lot of straits out there and Hormuz is only one of them!”

    On July 22, 2018, Rouhani once again threatened the United States, warning the country against playing with the lion’s tail. A remark that prompted a quick reaction from both the US president and Rouhani’s own circle as well, criticizing him for making such provocative remarks under such conditions.

    It looks like regime officials have not yet fully grasped the fact that the page has turned, and that they can no longer intimidate others while the West’s flirtation policy is long gone. The mullahs, from top to bottom, are just beginning to understand that making such remarks is going to have heavy unconventional prices for the regime.

    Khamenei linked media welcome Rouhani’s remarks

    Khamenei-linked media meanwhile have applauded Rouhani for his recent remarks and stances, saying this is the right path to go.

    This might somehow be interpreted as an adopted strategy within the regime, especially considering that Khamenei had also recommended in his July-21 speech not to end talks with Europe, but at the same time not to tie in the country’s economy with such talks, either; remarks that before anything suggest an uncertain strategy and, as put by regime’s own experts, are rooted in regime’s strategic bewilderment.

    What do regime’s so-called experts say?

    “While we’re not allowed to sell oil and import necessary items, we should be thankful to Russia for providing us with goods so we won’t die from hunger. At the moment, we’re in a situation in which we have to choose between bad and worse. That’s why we have to give our oil to Russia and import necessary commodities in return,” says regime MP Hedayatollah Khademi on July 16, 2018.

    Also on that same day, Khamenei linked MP Gholamali Jafarzadeh said “those who encourage holding talks with the United States should keep in mind that eliminating the IRGC as well as the vilayat-e-faqih,( Regime’s fundamental principle of guardianship of clergy) as the revolution’s 40-year old achievement, are the first two of the enemy’s 12 conditions.”

    So, it becomes quite clear that it’s in no way an exaggeration when we say the regime is not in a position to speak of a strategy or roadmap.

    Does the regime have any other imaginable option?

    Apart from what was already said, there’s still another option being discussed within the regime. Suggested by regime parliament speaker Ali Larijani, the solution suggests putting aside differences and turning to domestic development instead.

    Larijani speaks in such a way as if regime’s rival bands could actually cast aside their differences and jointly adopt a specific policy in the face of crises that are shaking the foundations of the regime.

    It doesn’t need much effort to prove that such a formula can’t work for regime’s rival bands that are continuously fighting for a higher share of power, as Larijani himself describes the obstacles his suggestion is faced with, saying “to succeed under such conditions, it’s necessary to first reach a common understanding of the situation, so that instead of dealing with superficial and immature political games we put all our efforts into internal development.”

    In other words, this suggests that even if the regime could overcome the obstacles unharmed, it will still be faced with rival bands’ conflict of interests which prevents any progress to be made; something that’s best described as a real deadlock within another!

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 10:14 am on 24 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran: New round of truck drivers’ nationwide strike 

    Port Khomeini, southern Iran – July 23 – Truck drivers on strike

    Port Khomeini, southern Iran – July 23 – Truck drivers on strike

    Based on pre-arrangements and prior coordination, truck drivers in many cities across Iran launched a second round of strikes starting on Monday July 23, 2018.

    Truckers were on strike in the cities of Tehran, Bandar Abbas, Sirjan, Kazerun, Port Shapur, Isfahan, Shahr-e Kord, Sanandaj, Qazin, Port Khomeini, Pol-e Dokhtar, Tabriz, Rafsanjan, Kermanshah, Shahroud, Toroq, Kashmar and Firuzkooh, protesting their unsolved calamities and officials refusing to live up to their pledges.

    In Khuzestan, drivers were seen stopping any trucks carrying loads and allowing them to deliver their goods.

    Protesting truckers in the Dorud-Azna road were also seen preventing any trucker intending to deliver loads. No trucks were seen on the Shiraz-Ahvaz international highway, Tehran-Saveh, Kangavar-Hamedan and Arzhan Valley-Shiraz roads.

    Sources say loading terminal stations in Tehran, Isfahan and Port Khomeini were very vacant. From Monday morning most of the truckers’ in Kazerun were on strike at their syndicate office, all refusing to deliver any loads.

    Firuzkooh – Truckers on strike leaving this road completely empty Firuzkooh – Truckers on strike leaving this road completely empty

    From early Monday morning the beltway of Shiraz, south-central Iran, security forces dispatched a large number of forces and especially confiscating all cameras.

    Truckers in Sirjaz went on strike and refused any loads. Sanandaj was another scene where truck drivers launched their strike, joining their colleagues across the country. In Qazvin, the load terminal station was completely empty and no driver was willing to deliver any goods.

    Drivers of Pol-e Dokhtar reported the road was never so empty and some people are also complaining about diesel fuel shortages.

    A road leading to Port Bushsher in southern Iran was also empty as drivers are on strike complaining high prices of tires, poor tire quality, and high parking fees.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 11:09 am on 23 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Getting to know the Iranian regime’s main opposition 

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    The National council of Resistance of Iran with Maryam Rajavi as the president

    On June 20, 1981, the security forces of the Iranian regime opened fire on a peaceful, 500,000–strong demonstration in Tehran, putting a violent end in a tenuous era of peaceful political activism that had started in February 1979 after popular protests toppled the Shah regime and saw the rise of Ruhollah Khomeini and the mullahs to power. On the morrow of June 20, the regime’s forces would arrest, torture and execute anyone affiliated with opposition groups, especially the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

    On July 21, while Khomeini’s regime was fast busy arresting and executing Iranian opposition members by the droves, Massoud Rajavi, the leader of PMOI/MEK, founded the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a coalition of all forces that sought freedom and democracy in Iran.

    Months later, the headquarters of the NCRI were moved to France to create a political umbrella for the struggle for freedom inside Iran.

    At present, 37 years later, the NCRI is the largest and longest standing coalition of Iranian opposition groups against the regime of Tehran and has managed to stand despite countless conspiracies by the Iranian regime and its foreign allies and proponents. Regardless of their station, the members of the NCRI take active part in protests, demonstrations and activities that aim to expose the Iranian regime’s brutality and promote democracy and freedom in Iran.

    The members of the NCRI each have an equal voice and vote in the decisions of the Council, regardless of their political and organizational affiliations. The NCRI’s charter states it seeks to topple the Khomeini regime and to establish a transitional government which will represent all faiths, ethnicities and political tendencies. The transitional government’s main goal is to prepare the grounds for a democratic state and will last a maximum of six months, until the country becomes ready for free and fair elections.

    During the six-month transitional period, Iran’s new constitutional parliament will take shape and will oversee the elections.

    The NCRI is an inclusive coalition, where all walks of life have a voice. More than half of the members of the NCRI are women, a stark contrast to the mullah-ruled Iran, where women are oppressed and under-represented.

    The political platform of the NCRI is summarized by the 10-point plan of its president-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, which has garnered support among political figures, religious leaders and rights activists worldwide, because it addresses all the problems that the world and the Iranian people face in respect with the Iranian regime. Following are key highlights of Mrs. Rajavi’s platform:

    • Free and fair elections and popular vote is the only legitimate path to political power.
    • Respect for freedom of expression, media, political affiliation, and assembly, along with unconditional and uncensored access to internet and other sources of information.
    • The abolishment of the death penalty.
    • Separation of church and state: Freedom of religion and the banning of any form of discrimination based on religion.
    • Gender equality: Banning of discrimination against women and the abolishment of laws that undermine women’s rights in marriage, divorce, clothing, education and employment.
    • Modern legal and judiciary structures: The abolishment of the mullahs’ Sharia law and the incorporation of the presumption of innocence, the right to defense and the right to be tried in a public court.
    • Commitment to human rights based on the Universal Declaration of Humans Rights, and its international covenants and conventions.
    • Commitment to a market economy, with equal opportunity for all Iranians.
    • Peaceful coexistence with other countries and an end to the meddling and destabilizing activities of the mullahs’ regime.
    • Commitment to a non-nuclear Iran. Banning of the development of weapons of mass destruction.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 10:01 am on 19 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Special Report Prepared by The Washington Times- Free Iran 2018 Convention 

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    The Need for Terrorism in the Rule of Velayat-e Faqih in Iran 

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    Since 40 years ago, with the Khomeini’s achievement to the rule of Iran and the establishment of the Velayat-e faqih regime, “assassination” has been one of the most important and vital means to maintain the dominance of Velayat-e faqih. Quantities and figures, as well as the disclosure of these assassinations are not considered in this note and article. In this regard, significant revelations have been made by the Iranian Resistance.

    In this article, I want to look at some of the motives that the clerical regime, including terrorism based on it, uses as a solution to consolidate the foundations of its political domination.

    In examining the inherent features of the Velayat-e faqih regime, which constitutes terrorism as an integral part of this rule, one can mention the following:

    1 Denial of the freedom and authority for human

    2 belonging to the Middle Ages and lack of the ability to adapt to social evolution

    3 Monopoly in Political Power

    4 Occupation in the sovereignty

    5 Intimidating

    6 Neglecting the main alternative of the Velayat-e faqih (Alternative) regime

    These six features are filters that do not allow the diversity of opinion and dissent, the public participation, the right to free choice and democracy to the rule of the Velayat-e faqih. On the other hand, since these attributes are typical attributes of civilized human societies, this sovereignty always perceives itself against these features in an impasse, a disillusionment, an abomination, anger, and hatred. Therefore, it is a good way to deal with these features in the elimination and physical destruction of their carriers. Therefore, breathing in the atmosphere and the atmosphere of terrorism and inhaling it is a vital requirement for expressing the existence of the system of Velayat-e faqih. The terror card, like a sword in the pod, is always ready to respond and provide for the survival of the sovereignty.

    Denial of the freedom and authority for human

    The principle of Velayat-e faqih and the reactionary ideology of the clerical regime do not perceive the liberty and authority of man.

    In such thinking, the Velayat-e faqih is the representative of God and the extraterrestrial being created by humans for his service and companionship; Hence, they are “small” and “flock”! Therefore, independence and the free choice of any thought, thought and belief are considered as a deviation from the WaliFakyah. To the extent that it is inactive, the dissident can remain silent and alive in the order and obligation of the Velayat-e faqih; however, if someone protects and advocates the independence of thought and dissent and their free choice, their right to life will be abolished and cause applying the apostate, hypocrite, infidel, divine and deviant from the divine path and his representative, Wali Faqih. The decree of such dissent is death. This death must either be carried out by the representative of the Wali Faqih in the judiciary or by assassination.

    One of the fundamentals of the regime’s policy in dealing with ethnic and religious minorities, as well as political and cultural groups since 1979, has come from such a special feature.

    Belonging to the Middle Ages and not having the ability to adapt to social evolution

    One of the characteristics and peculiarities of the current Iranian society is its similarity with the era that in the 15th and 16th centuries led to the Renaissance movement. The main feature of this period was the stagnation of static and frozen thoughts with dissent, modernism, wisdom and enlightenment. In this battle, the church should come down from behind the clouds of holiness and immolation, and it was logic, rationality, innovation, and philosophy and science as a means to explain and understand the world. In the essence of the Renaissance movement, it was the freedom and authority that a church would have to rule upon its admission.

    It is very clear that through the struggles of the 40th anniversary of the people and the leaders of freedom and enlightenment, Iranian society could stand against the thought and explanation of the dilemma of Khomeini and the mullahs from the “man, society and history” and pay its heavy price with thousands of angels of freedom. The payment of this price was due to the battle with the prominent character of this medieval ruler who, with the massacre and executions on the streets of Iran and the world, could not confront the social development of Iran and its pioneers.

    Monopoly in Political Power

    Political sovereignty and the resulting power in democratic and popular systems arise from the free choice of the citizens and their representatives. The purpose of such a government is to advance and realize personal, social, national, patriotic and human prosperity. Thus, such political power derives its legitimacy from the sovereignty of the people and is therefore not absolute and is criticism and substitute. In such a structure, sovereignty is an opportunity to present programs and competitions and turn out the best ideas for the development of the nation and the homeland.

    In the sovereignty of Velayat-e faqih, with deception and deceit, political power is attributed to God and comes from “superior will”. What is sacrificed at the first step is the sovereignty of the people and the freedom of choice of citizens.

    On the basis of such power and sovereignty, “others” have no place in political and ideological and cultural terms in governing and political power. Therefore, the political, ideological and cultural presence of their sovereignty is considered to be a rival and alternative. Therefore, they must either endorse and honor or be recorded on the list of threats. This list is always ready for assassination alongside the podgy sword. From then on, how to regulate the relationship and its relations with the sovereignty of the Wali-Faqih, its fate and its life.

    This feature is inclusive with totalitarianism. It is a feature of Khomeini, and then Khamenei, no group, and someone outside the exclusive circle of power can not tolerate. Therefore, everyone should swear to the supreme leader to ensure the monopoly of power.

    Power is a special monopoly on the part of the “superior will” and entrusted to the Wali-Faqih. Denying and violating this monopoly is denied the right to life, and Its sentence includes deprivation of ordinary life, exile, imprisonment, isolation and exclusion, and if not, “terror”.

     Occupation in the sovereignty

    This government is not a rule of free will and democratic choice of the people. Khomeini, from the beginning, betrayed the promises made before the revolution, imposed a clerical assembly of people instead of the constituent assembly. This constitutional assembly passed the Velayat-e faqih, and the sovereignty of the Iranian nation was usurped and handed over to a beast called the Wali-Faqih.

    In February 1979, in parliamentary elections, Khomeini did not allow any opposition political group candidate, including MEK candidates, to run in parliament with fraud and crackdown.

    Representatives of the Wali Faghih have repeatedly acknowledged that people do not have the right to choose. If there is an election for the demagoguery and people make a comment, this opinion has no religious authority and the verdict is validated by the religious leader.

    Therefore, the right to vote and opinion about the fate of themselves and the country will be denied to the citizens. His vote is 80 million. He does not have any weight in terms of the Wali Faghih. Being or not having a citizen will have no effect on the fate of society and the environment. Hence, the people of Iran are in control of the occupation, which implements and enforces the laws of the occupied country.

    This peculiarity to the sovereignty of the occupier gives the authority to interfere in all matters of life of the nation. From this perspective, all people in the occupied country are suspected and threatened. The greatest cost should be spent on the continuation of occupation. From this perspective, the occupied people must be aware of their right to live on the occupying government. This nation is all “superior will” in the governorate and elected province; therefore, the lives and honor of the people and the amulets are hostages of the occupying power. Hence, the need for assassination and physical removal, the necessity of exercising sovereignty and guaranteeing the survival and consolidation of the foundations of power.

    The obvious feature of this occupation is to justify the assassinations, escape from any law and non-accountability for domestic and international complaints and protests and audits.

    Intimidating

    In a society where equality between men and women, dissent, democracy, pluralism and freedom in its entirety, as well as the critique of the absolute power of the Velayat-e faqih, are considered as a crime and a sin, the means of coping with these values ​​and necessities turn into a state of affairs that addresses all possible ways of a peaceful life It brings to the door. In such a society, the first victim is civility, law, and political and judicial rights. Therefore, the only possible way is to impose power through the promotion of fear and terror.

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    Execution and assassination are like a lofty corridor whose first and second ends meet with fear and terror. Racial and religious fascists in mullahs’ regime use this weapon to promote fear and terror as the most effective tactical and strategic weapon.

    Execution and assassination are one of the main tools and foundations supporting the sovereignty of Velayat-e faqih, which has extended it from prisons to the streets of Iran and the cities of the world. The weapon is so effective for this sovereignty, and if even one day it stops, the elements of the clerical regime will be shaken. The propagation, propagation and propagation of the horror of executions and assassinations act as a spell of the glass of the life of this sovereignty. Therefore, it should be regarded as the main leverage of repression.

    Denial the main alternative of the Velayat-e faqih (Alternative) regime

    We need to point to a very important feature in the need for terrorism, which undoubtedly are the axes or previous features used to realize this very important principle: the negation of any alternatives or alternatives for the rule of the velayat-e faqih.

    From the outset, Khomeini chose and propagated the word “Islam”, the pseudonym “himself” and the clerical regime. With unsurpassed arrogance, he never denied the character of ‘Imam’; on the contrary, he always tried to dismiss it for the general public and, with many tricks, surrounded himself with a halo of sanctity and disintegration.

    Some later, he saw the intention and determination that he had learned from the very soon afterwards, under the title of “Velayat-e faqih” in the constitution and formalized. He even nominated his designated government to the “Imam of Time”!

    The same sanctity that was arranged and propagated around it was an attempt to eliminate any idea and probability of substitution, which is commonly found in the circle of ordinary political power and commonplace in democratic systems, and set itself the boundary of its inheritance. There is no sunset over this occupation and occupation.

    Such a structure, with a combination of power and holiness, does not discourage any opposition from its opponents and critics. All the behavior of Khomeini from the following February 12, 1980 indicates that this special feature is very important: The Islamic Republic should not have any alternative. Therefore, any possibility must be suppressed and destroyed with intensity and intensity.

    The vital need for terrorism to eliminate any substitution justifies all policies, strategies, deals, and clauses for this regime. In this need, it will pay for whatever price it needs. In this terrorism, any dignity, if any, goes down and trades.

    In the latest example of the need for terrorism in spite of the crisis of achievements, sanctions and uprisings in Iran, which threw the whole regime into turbulence and inflammation, it is willing to sacrifice its democratic alternative to bring the Iranian Resistance in Paris under because he sees in the PMOI and the National Council of Resistance of Iran and Its president, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi an alternative to It’s overwhelming and capable force.

     

     
    • wizzymedpower 9:26 pm on 16 Jul 2018 Permalink

      Thanks for the update from Iran.. Prayer: God’s intervention in Jesus name amen!

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    • Masoud Dalvand 8:17 am on 18 Jul 2018 Permalink

      Thanks for your support dear friend, God bless you.

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    • coffeeandpoliticstoday 5:43 pm on 25 Jul 2018 Permalink

      Great article Masoud, you give a great, well written, in-depth explanation of the history and path the nefarious Iranian Regime has ruled over last 40 years spreading their wide web of sponsored terror throughout the world. Thank you for the update as to the Iranian Regime and their attempt to attack the recent Paris #FreeIran conference and Iran losing ground.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 9:10 pm on 25 Jul 2018 Permalink

      Thank you so much dear Debbie for kind words, If I could give explanation about nature of this brutal regime, so It’s great! with great supporter like you Debbie.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:29 pm on 12 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    What should be done about the Iran’s government-sponsored terrorism 

    The Iran government sponsors terrorism

    Iran, July 11, 2018 – On June 30, as thousands of Iranians and political figures from five continents convened at Paris for the annual Iranian opposition Free Iran rally, the Belgian police arrested a group of terrorists in Brussels. At the same time, the German police arrested Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian regime diplomat. Other undisclosed arrests took place in neighboring European countries, all linked to a complicated terror plot against the Iranian opposition gathering in Paris.

    This is part of a broader confrontation between the Iranian opposition and the regime and has now assumed a much larger context.

    The U.S. government, whose distinguished citizens and politicians were speaking at the Iranian opposition gathering and could have been the victim of the Iranian regime’s terrorist plot, has declared that it will be pursuing this matter and it won’t go unanswered. Europeans should also make their move. European taxpayers should know about the Iranian regime’s terrorist activities in their countries and decide what to do with its diplomatic facilities, which have become the centers of planning and staging terror plots.

    While this latest terror attempt has been in the headlines for several days, the Iranian regime has a long history of attempting and carrying out similar operations in foreign countries. In fact, in the same rally that the regime was going to the be target of the Iranian regime’s failed terror attempt, Louis Freeh, former director of the FBI, reminded the crowd of another violent terrorist attack that had been hatched in Tehran and carried out by the Iranian regime’s operatives.

    “Although, things are changing around and under the regime, the regime’s agenda of terrorism has not changed,” Freeh said in his speech. “Last Monday was the 22nd anniversary of the IRGC Saudi Hezbollah bombing of the US barracks in Khobar Tower. Since then, the regime has continued to export terrorism in Yemen, in Argentina, in Syria and all around the world. That has not changed. What has changed, however, is what’s going on in the hearts and minds and on the streets and bazaars of Iran…”

    In 1996, after the bombing of the Khobar towers, Louis Freeh, who at the time was the director of the FBI, dispatched an investigation team. They soon learned that the persons behind the terrorist attack had been trained, armed and financed by the IRGC. However, since the dominant policy of the U.S. administration was rapprochement and appeasement toward the Iranian regime, the matter was not pursued.

    Another notable episode was the bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, again the doing of the IRGC and Hezbollah. During the attack, which took place on October 23, 1983, 241 American and 58 French military personnel were killed along with 6 civilians.

    Four years later, on July 20, 1987, Mohsen Rafiqdoust, the former IRGC Minister, officially stated, “Americans know that the explosive that combined with that ideology and sent 400 American soldiers and officers to hell, both the ideology and the explosive material came from Iran.”

    Some of the other terrorist attacks conducted by the Iranian regime abroad include the following:

    • Assassination Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou, the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic party, in Vienna, Austria, in 1989
    • The assassination of Shapour Bakhtiar, the last Prime Minister of the Shah regime, in Suresnes, France 1991
    • The assassination of Kazem Rajavi, NCRI member, and brother of Iranian opposition leader Massoud Rajavi, in Coppet, Switzerland, in 1990
    • The assassination of Kurdish opposition leaders in Berlin, Germany, in 1992
    • The assassination of Mohammad Hossein Naghdi, NCRI member, in Rome, Italy, in 1993
    • The assassination of Zahra Rajabi, NCRI member, in Istanbul, Turkey, in 1996

    These are just some of the terror attacks that the Iranian regime has conducted in European countries in the past decades. There are also several failed assassination attempts, and the regime was also involved in bombings in London and Paris.

    Disappointingly, in most cases, European governments have let the Iranian regime’s terrorists off the hook because of their goals to appease Tehran.

    Some of the diplomat terrorists of the Iranian regime in European countries include the following:

    • Alireza Moayeri, the regime’s ambassador to France and UN
    • Vahid Gorji, Iranian terrorist in France
    • Massoud Hendi, Iranian terrorist in France
    • Kazem Darabi
    • Ali Vakilrad
    • Fereidoun Pourahmadi
    • Mohammad Azadi

    	Ali Vakilrad , Fereidoun Pourahmadi & Mohammad Azadi

    Ali Vakilrad , Fereidoun Pourahmadi & Mohammad Azadi

    	Left to right Mohsen Rafiqdoust, Momed Saleh Al-Hosseini, Aniss Naqash, Mosen Rezaei

    Left to right Mohsen Rafiqdoust, Mohammed Saleh Al-Hosseini, Aniss Naqash, Mohsen Rezaei

    The group that assassinated Kazem Rajavi were well-known diplomats of the Iranian regime. They had traveled to Geneva with their diplomatic documents and returned to Tehran after carrying out the assassination.

    On June 17, 2004, the Tribune De Geneve newspaper published an article in which it identified a bank account with a $200 million balance, which might have been used to fund 400 terrorist attacks in Europe. According to TDG, the account was also linked to the terrorist bombing of the AMIA building in Buenos Aires in 1994, which killed 86 people and injured 200 others. The account was used to fund a team of 13 people, who had been dispatched to Switzerland to assassinate Kazem Rajavi.

    So this all brings us back to the first question: What must be done with the government-sponsored terrorism of the Iranian regime? As far as the people of Iran and taxpayers in western countries are concerned, the answer is clear: Every center and facility that gives the Iranian regime a diplomatic cover to carry out its evil terrorist plots must be closed down.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 10:28 am on 12 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    WTOP(Radio FM) Interviews with Alireza Jafarzadeh about the Iran regime’s plot to bomb the Free Iran 2018 Gathering in Paris 

    Interview with alireza jafarzadeh

    J.J. Green, Wtop, 11 July 2018


    WASHINGTON — An alleged Iranian government plot to attack an opposition conference in Paris on June 30 appears to have been a long-planned attempt kill high-profile Americans and Iranians. In this edition of The Hunt with WTOP National Security Correspondent JJ Green, Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the Washington office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, said a sophisticated sleeper cell planned the attack.

    LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE:

    Listen to the interview with @NCRIUS Deputy Director @A_Jafarzadeh about the Iranian regime’s plot to bomb the #FreeIran2018 Gathering in Paris

     

     

     
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