Sunday, November 19, 2017


According to Iranian resistance Nov. 16, on Wednesday November 15, after visiting the Sarepol-e-Zahab, Qasr Shirin and Salas Babajani, Safari Iranian egime's MP from Kermanshah said: 'This is the Day of Resurrection. More than 1,000 people died .... I went to a village where they said they had buried 20 people on the first day. These people are not included in the death toll. In just one alley in Sarepol-e-Zahab, 70 people were killed. More than 250 people died in Mehr housing. The state-run ILNA news agencey reported that .... After 72 hours people are hungry. There are no aid to some villages, the village of “Gholmeh Zahab” has a population of 80 households and nothing has yet reached them. The same is true for the village of Beyamah Oliya.
Radio Farhang said on Nove 15 that, Rahmani Fazli, the interior minister of Hassan Rouhani, said: 'One of our priorities was security and order. In terms of organization, in terms of the distribution of facilities and in terms of inventory, facilities were not suitable. Electricity was out. Water was out. Gas was out, and the bakeries could not of course bake bread.'
The Iranian resistance statement continues: These confessions are part of a catastrophe that the regime has the most role in its expansion and prolongation. The scale of the disaster is much greater. A young woman says 75 dead bodies are buried in their village. A young boy tells about the death of his parents, siblings, uncle and aunt, grandmother and cousin... All 34 participants at a celebration have died. 9 people were killed in a 10-member family. A large number of injured people have died due to the wretched condition of hospitals and lack of blood supply or even serum injections in the presence of their relatives. Several people died due to the cold, with three young children and a woman among them. “Survivors in Iran were protesting the lack of shelter and food,” said Reuters news agency on November 13, in a report on the state of earthquake-stricken people in western Iran. The Iranian regime's officials have stopped the rescue operation on the pretext that it would no longer be possible to find people (alive). Maryam Ahang, who lost 10 family members in the city of Sarpol-e-Zahab, told Reuters with her cell phone while crying: 'We are hungry. We are in the cold, we are homeless, we are left alone in this world. Reza ... said we spent two nights in the cold. Where are the donations? ... Some people are angry at demolishing their buildings that were built on the Mehr Housing Plan. '
The National Council of Resistance of Iran-NCRI added: Meanwhile, the suppressive forces have prevented the arrival of popular aid to Sarpol-e-Zahab, and have taken the donations off the trucks and vehicles and take possession. At the exit of Divandareh, they have stopped the trucks carrying public aid, stole tents on the pretext that the aid should be distributed through the Red Crescent ... On the route from Kermanshah to Sarpol-e-Zahab, the regime agents stole about 2000 tents and blankets.
'In rural areas, 10 kilometers north of Sarpol-e-Zahab, where the AFP (Agence France Presse) team was passing through, most of the aid distributed to people on Wednesday belonged to private individuals,' the agency said.
The government's Entekhab site also wrote on November 15: 'Still, more than thousands of displaced people have had to go to the streets tonight without shelter and have not yet received a relief tent ... Relief aid is entering the earthquake cities and it is unclear then what happens to it... There are still people in villages where 90% of their homes have been destroyed and no official has visited them, and they are forced to spend their nights with their children in damp agricultural lands.'
“The tent, blanket and fear of cold, is a repeating tale of earthquake-stricken areas. Most people first point out to the distribution of tents, blankets and heating appliances,” the ISNA news agency said on November 16.'
a few days after the earthquake when hassan Rouhani visited the earthquake-stirckne Kermanshah, from inside of his car he said that thant IRGC forces has been statined in the area. This produced anger and protest of the people who were expacting to hear that goods are heading their way.

The Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly adopted a new resolution on Nov. 14, condemning human rights violations in Iran. This is the 64th such condemnation by United Nations entities against the Iranian regime. This resolution, approved with 83 votes in favor, condemned Iranian regime's increasing wave of executions, violations of freedoms of speech and assembly, religious and ethnic minorities, and discrimination against women. 
Welcoming the new UN resolution, Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi called on the international community, especially the U.N. Security Council to take urgent effective and practical measures against the Iranian regime targeting its systematic human rights violations.
For nearly 38 years Iran’s human rights violations have gone unanswered. An adequate process of accountability is necessary to ring in senior regime officials, especially in judiciary and security entities.
One major case is the summer 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners, mostly consisting of PMOI/MEK members and supporters. Most likely all senior regime officials, from the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei all the way down, were involved in this atrocity and currently defend their role.
Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, Iran’s Justice Minister until August 2017, was quoted on August 28, 2016, by the semi-official Tasnim news agency as saying, “God commanded show no mercy to the nonbelievers… We are proud to have carried out God’s commandment with regard to the [PMOI/MEK]...”


Nazanin Dayhimi, an Iranian writer, translator and former political prisoner, died due to asthma attack before reaching 30. She had been behind bars for 16 months in Tehran’s Evin Prison after her arrest on February 14, 2012, and charged with “disruption of public order.” A few days before her release, she rewrote and directed a play called, “The Damsel and the Death,” which was acted out by political prisoners detained at the Women’s Ward of Evin. She wrote, “These are bad days. The news is not good news. On the other side of our wall, “Sattar”- referring to Satter Behest who was killed under torture in Evin prison in 2012- dies and we just get shocked, looking with awe at the height of the wall and at each other and ask, ‘What should we do?’ Then, we answer by our eyes, ‘Inhale and exhale; I am on your side and you are on my side, and together we can.’”

Golrokh Iraee, political prisoner in the women’s ward of Iran's Evin Prison, has been deprived of visiting her husband, Arash Sadeghi- also a political prisoner, since five weeks ago. Denying the couple, the right to visit is illegal even according to the regime’s own laws. The denial started on October 18, 2017, when Arash Sadeghi was sent to exile as punishment from Ward 350 of Evin to Gohardasht Prison upon the order of Evin’s warden, Charmahali.