MOIS talks nonsense in fear of consequences of disclosure of its terrorist plot in U.S.
According to National Council of Resistance of Iran’s statement on Oct. 14, Following the disclosure of the Qods Force criminal plot to assassin the Saudi Ambassador and to blow up foreign embassies in the United States, the clerical regime attempted to connect this plot to the issue of PMOI to divert the looming international consequences of this criminal terrorist plot from Khamenei and his regime. NCRI added: Mehr news agency, affiliated with the mullahs’ Intelligence Ministry (MOIS), wrote: 'Some sources have reported on the intricate connections of him, with the Monafeqin grouplet; hence, it is probable that it was the Monafeqin grouplet who planned this fictitious operation and then dramatically disclosed it for political gains against Iran.' (October 12, 2011) NCRI said: this disgraceful nonsense talk is nothing but the continuance of clerical regime’s shameful deceit in the three decades of its ruling where, time and again, directly or indirectly, it has related its crimes to the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance. The clerical regime has blamed the heinous murder of the Christian priests and the explosion of Imam Reza’s shrine in 1994, massacre of pilgrims in Mecca in 1987… and the dreadful murder of Neda Agha Soltan in the 2009 uprisings on the U.S., Britain and the PMOI.
23 executions in two weeks in Iran
The Iranian regime hanged four youths on Wednesday morning, October 12 in Shahin Shahr prison. In the period of October 2nd to 11th, nine more prisoners were hanged in the cities of Isfahan, Kerman, Sari and Semnan. Also, at least 10 other prisoners were executed secretly during the same period in the prisons of Gohardasht, Orumieh, Kerman and Khorin in Varimin. This brings the number of executions to 23 over the past two weeks (Since October 1st).
Three Prisoners Executed in Semnan Prison
Rahana reported that according to the Public Affairs Unit of the Semnan Court, the 3 people were executed the sentence was confirmed by the head of the judiciary are: A.S 43 from Neishabout, A.J 44 from Mashhad and R. Gh. 43 from Torbat. Their request for pardon were denied. According to the Anti-Death Penalty Committee of the Human Rights House of Iran, 142 executions have taken place since the beginning of this year and 39 of them were carried out in public.
Washington Times: The letter of 42 Iranian prominent writers and artists to the U.S State department to delist the PMOI