Monday, March 03, 2014


According to National Council of Resistance of Iran secretariat, on Saturday, March 1, participants in an international conference in Paris on the occasion of the International Women’s Day warned of the role of the Iranian regime in spreading the Islamic fundamentalism throughout the region and the globe.
The conference was held at the presence of Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, and a great number of prominent political, social and art figures, as well as human rights and women’s rights activists from five continents and delegations representing dozens of Iranian women’s associations and organizations throughout Europe and the United States.
The speakers underscored that misogyny is one of the principal and unchangeable aspects of the Iranian regime that has only worsened in three decades. During the Presidency of Rouhani, the misogyny of the regime remains unchanged. They added that women are twofold the victims of the illusion of moderation in a regime that misogyny is intertwined with its mindset and practice. Speakers underlined that this regime is the central banker of terrorism and fundamentalism in today’s world threatening the global security and peace. They added that confronting this threat demands a firm policy not just in the nuclear negotiations, but also in face of systematic misogyny and the violation of human rights in Iran, as well as against destructive warmongering that has drenched the region in blood. In this conference beside Maryam Radjavi, other high profile female leaders gave speeches such as Canada's former Prime Minister(1993) Kim Campbell.
Mrs. Rajavi said that the ideal of equality is alive, but not just because of depravations, humiliations and oppression. Because a generation of women has arisen to overthrow dictatorships in Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Ukraine, Syria and Iraq; women who are intent on toppling the religious dictatorship ruling Iran. She added: rest assured that ultimately, these oppressed women will overthrow the ruling theocracy in Iran.
She also emphasized that defending the pioneering women in Camp Liberty who in the past two decades have played a unique role in the struggle against fundamentalism is a crucial duty of the equality movements. They, along with the men fighting alongside them, are not only deprived of security and protective requirements against consecutive missile attacks, but the proxy government in Iraq has deprived them of the least humanitarian, medical and hygienic standards. She called on all activists of the women movement to call on the United Nations and the U.S. government to live up to their commitments to secure the protection of the PMOI members, in particular to put the freedom of the seven Ashraf hostages, including six women, on their agenda, and to take the file of the September 1st crime against humanity in Ashraf to the Security Council.
In Ottawa yesterday March 1st, a group of Iranian-Canadians gathered in front of the US embassy. They demanded President Obama respect his promises to the Liberty residents and protect their safety and security. The Iranians also expressed their protest toward the alarming rate of execution in Iran under Rouhani's presidency and called for End of execution in Iran.

2 regime agents were killed in Shiraz armed attacks
Two agents of the Iranian regime have been killed during widespread armed attack in the southeastern section of Shiraz. Tasnim, the official news agency of the terrorist Quds Force, said on Wednesday, February 26th, that at least six people were killed during armed clashes in the town of Kharame located 40 kilometres southeast of Shiraz. Two agents of the regime’s police were killed in clashes near the village of Mzabad Jabery, while the regime named the other four dead as “armed criminals”. It's worth mentioning that none of the pictures provided by the regime of this arm struggle shows any evidence of smuggling narcotics which the Iranian regime claim it has confiscated.

According to the Semnan Judiciary 2 prisoners were hanged on Tuesday in the northern city of Semnan. The victims were identified by their first initials as M.Sh, and M.F. 3 prisoners were hanged on Wednesday morning in public in three locations in Alborz province. Arsalan A., 26, was hanged in Mehrshahr district of Karaj. Habib J, 26 was hanged in a public square in Nazrabad. Habib Y. was hanged in a public square in Shahrgerd.
3 other prisoners were hanged in the poor neighbourhood of Islam Abad in Karaj on charges of Enmity with the God on February 25th.
The identities and ages of these prisoners are not clear yet although
there were 2 prisoners, Hamid Yousefi and Arsalan Ghasemi who were transferred to the solitaries of Rajai Shahr prison to be executed on February 24th. It's believed that the 2 are the ones who were executed.
Another six inmates were sent to the gallows on Wednesday morning, February 26th in Gohardasht Prison in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran.
Furthermore, the regime also hanged a 50-year old inmate in Mashhad Central Prison.
Last week on social medias such as Facebook and Twitter a very painful video of an Iranian man emerged who was beaten up by the regime hangmen before his execution in public.
During a public hanging on Wednesday in the city of Karaj, near Tehran, the hangmen beat up a prisoner because he was asking to see his mother for the last time.
As the henchmen denied his final request, the victim attacked the hangmen from the gallows box and overturned the hanging bench. He managed to break the chain off his wrist and refused to climb the box. The henchmen finally hanged the man before letting him see his mother for the last time.

Clashes erupt between people and repressive Iranian regime agents
Bandar Abbas:
Iranian regime repressive police opened fire on people in the village of Gachin near the southern Iranian city of Bandar Abbas based on the pretext of fighting the fuel smugglers, according to reports received from inside Iran by the Iranian resistance. The reports indicate people also returned fire on the regime’s police forces. It is said that Wednesday night from 9 to 11 pm many shots were heard from this region. There is no news yet of any casualties. Clashes took place while Rouhani the Iranian regime's president was visiting Bandar Abbas.

A Senior mullah rejects Fire Festival and called it a 'bad tradition'
In the latest series of statements by the Iranian regime officials and clerics criticizing the annual fire festival, another senior cleric on Friday defined the fire festival as 'Bad tradition.'
Cleric Mohammad Saeedi, the Friday Prayer Leader in the city of
Qum, was quoted by a state-run news agency as saying :'Chaharshanbeh Souri (Fire Festival) is considered as another bad and improper tradition.'
The Iranian regime has been attempting to outlaw the nation's ancient fire festival because it represents as they put it 'negative cultural behaviour' which poses a threat to the ruling dictatorship.
The population has traditionally used the event on the last Wednesday of the Iranian year to air their grievances against leaders of the clerical regime.
In recent years, security forces have been cracking down on celebration up to two months before it begins by banning firecrackers, sparklers, rockets and even home-made grenades.
The regime's Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, has issued a religious decree against the celebration, saying that Festival of Fire 'has no religious basis and it's harmful and must be avoided.'
Festival of Fire is a ritual leading up to the New Year on the first day of spring on March 21. To celebrate, people light up bonfires and jump over the fires singing a popular verse hoping for the deflection of the 'yellowy paleness' of last year's ills and inviting the 'red vitality' for the coming year.
The powerful symbolism of Festival of Fire injects a terrifying chill in the leaders of the clerical regime. Every year the event is coupled with chants of 'death to dictator,' serves as a potent reminder that Iranians are as resolute as ever in their arduous quest for democratic change.