Khamenei Deadlock From Aramco to November 2019 Uprising 

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The mullahs’ regime in Iran attacked Saudi Aramcooil facilities on September 14, 2019, in an attempt to cover up the internal crisis and to distract attention from the economic drowning and spiraling its downward forces.


Contrary to the regime’s perception, the attack not only did not turn out to be a win-win for the regime’s negotiations with European countries, it also exacerbated tensions, suffocations, and internal conflicts. At the time, the regime’s stance on the matter was, as usual, multiple games of deception. Some, such as Mullah Alam al-Hoda Imam Friday prayer and the representative of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Mashhad, were reluctant to use propaganda inside the country to say, “You say (missiles)came from the north, did not come from the south… However, your south is Iran too! Your north is also Iran. “  

This is a small achievement. Islamic Iran has not and will…

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NCRI and MEK Hold Major Gathering in Paris in Support of Iran Protests

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In a major rally held in Paris’ Trocadero Square, the Iranian community in France announced its support for the Iran protests that have shaken Iran since November 15. A brutal crackdown on the uprising by the regime’s security forces has left at least 600 protesters dead.


The Esplanade of Human Rights, close to Palais de Chaillot where theUN General Assemblyadopted theUniversal Declaration of Human Rightsin 1948, was covered with tri-color Iranian flags and pictures of the martyrs of the uprising.

Supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK), were accompanied by members of the French National Assembly (French Parliament), councilors and mayors as well as dignitaries representing different regions of France.

Supporters of the PMOI/MEK and the NCRI in Paris rally in support of the Iran Protests, Dec 2, 2019

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The Role of Khamenei's Military in the Collapse of the Iranian Economy

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Preface

On November 15, 2019, an uprising erupted in Iran and quickly spread to over 187 cities. These protests were triggered after the regime increased the gas price. During these protests, the Iranian people torched many banks and financial institutions across Iran.


At first glance, it might look odd or even violent. Yet, if we take a closer look at this issue, we could see that these banks and financial institutions are affiliated to the regime’s different organizations and help this regime to continue plundering the Iranian people and money laundry. In other word they are centers of corruption. In this article, we intend to show how Iran’s regime is using banks, financial institutions, and even enterprises for plundering national wealth and funding domestic oppression and terrorism abroad.

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In pursuit of its privatization policy, the Office of the Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei began its economic

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What is Iran Uprising 2019 about?

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Washington, DC- 26 November 2019–NCRI-US Press Conference Chronicles People’s Bravery, Regime’s Atrocities, MEK’s Resistance Units’ Prowess. Report on Iran November Uprising Shows Protest Gains Irreversible, Regime Overthrow Achievable.

On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, the US representative office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US) held a press conference in Washington, coinciding with its release of a 60-page report on the uprising seeking regime change in Iran, which began on November 15.

Soona Samsami, the NCRI’s US representative, introduced the report, entitled “Uprising Shakes Iran Regime’s Foundation,” and announced that according to the latest casualty figures provided by the MEK’s Resistance units inside Iran, over 450 protesters have so far been killed, 4,000 more wounded and over 10,000 detained by the regime’s multitude of repressive forces in over 179 towns and cities which represent all of Iran’s 31 provinces. The identities of 154 martyrs for freedom have so…

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The Iranian Regime Prepares for Another Crime Against Humanity

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Iranian regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei

Iran, November 28, 2019—Iranian regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei revealed his deep fear ofthe proteststhat have shaken the ground beneath his regime in the past two weeks, describing them as “deep-rooted, widespread and dangerous” on Wednesday.

Khamenei, who was speaking to a group of Basij forces, the two organs that were directly responsible for the brutal crackdown on the protesters, ordered his forces to remain alert and present at all places and avoid being caught unawares. Khamenei also implicitly gave his forces the order to fire at will on protesters.

“This was a deep-rooted, widespread and very dangerous conspiracy,” Khamenei said, referring to theprotests that broke out in more than 170 citiesafter the…

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The Iran Protests Destroyed the Regime’s False Image of Stability

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Before the nationwide uprising in Iran erupted on November 15, the regime’s leaders and commanders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), and its other repressive forces constantly spoke of security and social stability.


“We have stable and exemplary security,” said Brigadier General Hussein Ashtari, Iran’s Police Commander, in August 2019.

Ali Shamkhani, secretary of the regime’s Supreme National Security Council, also spoke of “stability, exemplary security and economic stability.”

Mullah Ahmad Salek, a member of the regime’s parliament, said on November 10, 2019: “In the current situation, most neighboring countries, from Yemen and Lebanon to Turkey, Pakistan and Afghanistan have insecurity, yet Iran is the safest country in the region.”

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Iran Protests: Thirteenth Day of the Uprising

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The content of this page will be updated with the latest
news of the Iran protests.

Cities across Iran are experiencing a number of
demonstrations, and the nationwide uprising is expanding into its Thirteenth
consecutive day on Wednesday, November 27.

Tehran and other cities are witnessing ongoing protests as
the Iranian people have risen for regime change in at least 179 cities across
the country, with at least 450 killed and over 4,000 people injured by the
regime’s oppressive security forces. Reports also indicate more than 10,000
protesters have been arrested.

Protesters are demanding the overthrow of the Iranian regime
and targeting its Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, President Hassan Rouhani and the
Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as the source of corruption and economic and social
problems and lack of freedom and fundamental rights.

November
27, 2019:

Reporting by PMOI/MEK
Iran, November 2019—New videos obtained from inside Iran show security forces
torturing…

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