Monday, July 08, 2013


On Wed. July 3rd after weeks of demonstrations and opposition the Egyptian people with the help of the Army, succeeded to overthrow Mohammad Morsi form power. On the historic Tahrir square tens of thousands of people celebrated their achievement. Tunisian government was the only Arab establishment that called the Egyptian revolution a coupe. The Iranian regime through its Friday prayer Imam has said that the reason for Morsi and Molsem brotherhood's defeat was that they didn't have Velayet-e Faghih or Supreme Leader.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, congratulated the people of Egypt, especially women and young people, as well as nationalist and patriotic military officers on the revival of the spring of Arab freedom and democracy in Egypt and described it as the triumph of that nation’s resolve in the face of fundamentalism and religious rule, similar to the dictatorship in Iran.
Mohammad Al Molki an Egyptian parliamentarian told INTV on Friday after Mrs. Rajavi's message that:  "...For this revolution, I received my strength from the beautiful PMOI gathering in France. A multi-national congress where all nations had a voice. We learned from this gathering what was hidden from our vision and knowledge about the PMOI as a pioneer movement that is loyal to democracy and freedom for every single Iranian. We received our power from this gathering chaired by the leader, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. Mr. Molki was referring  to the June 22nd Iranian resistance gathering in Villepinte Paris.
The military sent in armoured vehicles to separate the supporters and opponents of Mohammad Morsi, who traded shots. Two people were killed in the violence, state television reported. “We are not taking sides. Our mission is to secure the lives of protesters,“ military spokesman Colonel Ahmed Ali told Agence France Press. “The military is going to intervene to separate the protesters.”

Execution, an unfinished torture in Iran
The Iranian regime has resumed the wave of collective executions after the sham presidential elections, and in just 3 days executed 35 inmates in Ghezzel Hessar, Gohardasht, Urumieh and Bam prisons.
On Tuesday, July 2nd, 21 inmates were hanged in Ghezzel Hessar Prison in
Karaj (west of Tehran). On Wednesday, July 3rd, 4 inmates were executed in Gohardasht Prison, also in Karaj. One of the victims, 25-year old Saeed Afshar, was detained when he was merely 15 and had tolerated 10 years behind bars before being executed.
On Thursday, July 4th, 4 inmates in Urumieh and six others in Bam prisons were hanged according to Mehr news agency, affiliated to the Ministry of Intelligence.
According to Iranian National Television, July 6, 11 inmates, including 5 women, were executed collectively on Saturday in Zahedan Central Prison, located in southeastern Iran. Rasoul Khoruz, Vahid Rigi, Hamid Najafi and Nosser Naqa’i were among the victims.
At least 59 prisoners have been executed after Hassan Rohani was selected as president.

Since the morning of 2 July 2013, Iraqi government and forces have started stealing electricity cables and equipment in the northeastern part of camp Ashraf, the base of the Iranian resistance, which belong to the residents.
These items are part of the network for lighting around Camp. According to the Iranian resistance they were bought at the expense of residents and were installed after the year 1990. All purchase documents are available. The stolen items had been included in the list of residents’ property that was provided officially to the UN and has been registered by UNAMI. The Iranian Resistance has called on U.S. government and United Nations, upon whose guarantees the residents left Ashraf for Liberty, to take immediate measures to prevent plundering of Ashraf property that is the outcome of toil and investment of thousands of people for 26 years.

Khamenei inner circle mullah issues warning for Rohani
According to INTV Iranian National Television July 4, Ahmad Khatami, member of the Iranian regime’s Assembly of Experts board of directors, warned the regime's new president Hassan Rohani on choosing members of his cabinet.
“The slogan of moderation obtains its meaning with the velayat-e faqih system (loosely translated as rule of the clerics). Those who have stood against the rule of clerics cannot have a role in a moderation government,” he said.
“One must be careful for those who instigated or managed the 2009 sedition, and took to the streets against the leader’s humble requests, to not take the moderation flag in hand and enter the scene,” Khatami added.

Iranian regime admits widespread arrest of youth after football victory
The Iranian regime’s State Security Forces admitted that on June 18 several youth have been arrested during celebrations to mark Iran’s qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Iranian people particularly the youths had turned the football team victory celebrations into anti-regime protest by chanting slogans against the clerical regime. In an interview State Security Forces commander Brigadier General Ahmadi Moqaddam, admitted that people had been arrested but he claimed that “the intelligence and security systems were forced to act in severe cases, in which those trying to break the law were arrested and introduced to the judicial system.”
On June 15, in some district of the capital,
Tehran, thousands of youth chanted “Ahmadinejad get lost, get lost.” In Shahrak-e Qarb area of Tehran people chanted “Iran, Iran” and “Down with dictator.”
Simultaneously Iranians in cities across the country turned celebrations for victory in football match to protest against the clerical regime ruling in


Half of Iranian people suffer from lack of finances for their basic need
The Gallop research institution reported half of the Iranian people are suffering from lack of money for food and shelter, adding many say concerns fill most of their thoughts throughout the day, and they are always bothered from disparity and being angry.
According to Gallop, the recent elections in
Iran is widely interpreted as the people yearning for meaningful change. Rohani will preside over a government that its population has increasingly become unable. Half of the Iranian people say throughout the past year they had problems providing food and shelter for their families.
According to the Gallop investigations conducted during the years of 2012 and 2013 in the
Middle East and North Africa, the number of 50% of the Iranian people suffering from poverty is the highest percentage amongst these countries.