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Iran Regime scared of overthrow by its people

Friday, November 10, 2017 3:57
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The Iranian Regime is facing its most turbulent period since its takeover in 1979, but whilst the world is focused on the nuclear deal and the Regime’s proxy terrorist forces across the Middle East; it is the domestic situation that will plague the Regime most.

The Iranian people are the chief victims of the Regime. They are murdered, imprisoned, beaten, and robbed by the ruling mullahs with no let-up and little international focus. That’s why the Iranian people are taking to the streets in protest.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) wrote: “Unemployment and poverty levels are rising in Iran, inflation has reached record levels and the very low minimum wage means many citizens must take on several jobs just to survive. The number of people living under the poverty line is on the rise. People have been compelled to sell their kidneys and retinas; there is a growing number of drug addicts, some as young as 15; people live in open graves; child labour and homelessness are rampant. Yet, the mullahs live a life of luxury and spend billions of euros on the war in Syria and on funding Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.”

 

Street Protests

The NCRI estimates that in recent months there have been 20-25 anti-regime protests across Iran each day. Many start with the focus of addressing specific problems, like the extrajudicial killings of young porters by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) or the stealing of their savings by the IRGC’s Caspian Financial Institution, but soon turn political with anti-regime chants.

Ahvaz, October 25:  A large group of demonstrators, chanting “Rouhani, this is the last warning”, “Where is our money? Bahrain, Qatar or Syria?”,  and “They have stolen people’s money and they are attacking the people”, clashed with security forces.

Tehran, October 23: 2,000 people protested outside of the Parliament, chanting  “Shame on the police force”, “Cannons, machine guns, tanks no longer work”, and “death to the dictator”, and were met with violent security forces and arrests.

Tehran, Mashhad, Rasht, Ardebil, Kerman and Ahvaz, October 15: Thousands marched in the central streets to express their  anger at the Regime, chanting “Death to this Oppression”, “Justice, justice” and “Rouhani, shame!”,

 

1988 Massacre

There is also a growing movement calling for justice for the 30,000 political prisoners  (mainly supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran) massacred in 1988. The Regime has spent three decades attempting to cover up their role in the massacre and evade justice, but the Iranians will not let this be forgotten.

In the run up to the presidential elections, in which the Supreme Leader’s nomination, Ebrahim Raisi, was a member of the Death Commissions that sent the political opposition to their death, many stuck up posters and sprayed messages across Iran calling for criminal charges against the mullahs.

 

The Iranian Regime is terrified of being overthrown by their people, which is why the international community should support the Resistance in order to send a message to the mullahs that this will not be tolerated.

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