Friday, March 17, 2017

2017-Maryam Rajavi in the #Nowruz ceremony in the presence of NCRI & MEK members and supporters of the #Iranian Resistance

John Bolton: I Have a Few Words for the Mullahs in Tehran. The Golden Era, in Relations With the United States Is Over

Making his address for Nowruz (the Iranian New Year) in Tirana, Albania, John Bolton, the former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. appeared on the stage and Speaking to members of the People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the National Council of Resistance, and guests from Albania, France and United States, he expressed delight to be among the Iranian opposition members in the great country of Albania.
Maryam Rajavi in the #Nowruz ceremony in the presence of NCRI members and supporters of the #Iran ian Resistance
Maryam Rajavi in the #Nowruz ceremony in the presence of NCRI members and supporters of the #Iran ian Resistance

Maryam Rajavi addressed her greeting at Nowruz celebration, the Iranian New Year, which was held at Tirana Albania with PMOI members and guests from Albania, France and United States:

Congratulations on Nowruz, the blossoming of spring and the beginning of the year 1396!

Greetings to each and every one of you freedom fighters who have established the Third Ashraf contrary to the wishes of the Velayat-e Faqih regime!

I would also like to extend my greetings from here to my dear countrymen for the beginning of the New Year.

I congratulate you, Iranian Kurds, Baluchis, Arabs and Azeris, all the colorful flowers of Iran's garden. I greet my compatriots around the world who can hear my voice. Congratulations on Nowruz and the beginning of 1396!

May this year's celebration harbinger the defeat of Velayat-e Faqih who has enchained Iran! May this Nowruz mark the advent of the spring of freedom and national sovereignty in Iran!

May the end of winter this year harbinger the defeat of the mullahs' belligerence and aggression in the region, and I particularly wish for the liberation of the people of Syria from the clutches of this brutal regime.

Last year was an auspicious one when the men and women of Ashraf, those who will bring spring to their nation, broke out of long years of siege and successfully accomplished their big campaign for the safe and secure collective relocation of their organization. 

For 14 years, we were not together in the Nowruz celebration. Those were the years of siege and consecutive attacks, the years of the shameless terrorist designation of the PMOI/MEK and many other spurious cases against them, the years of appeasement.

Jean-Pierre Muller,Iran will soon see a very beautiful spring of freedom with Maryam Rajavi

Mayor Mace celebrates Nowruz with the Iranian Resistance in Albania

OIAC Celebrated the Iranian New Year (Nowruz) on Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON, March 14, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Bipartisan members of the United States Congress and their staff joined Iranian Americans to celebrate Iranian New Year ( Nowruz ) and support a free Iran.  House Speaker Paul Ryan and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi also sent New Year greetings to the Iranian people & those living abroad.
In his letter read by the President of Iranian American Community of Wisconsin, Speaker Paul Ryan said that he is looking forward to working with Iranian American community members, 'to achieve a free Iran, and a safer, more prosperous future.'  Similarly, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi praised the Organization of Iranian American Communities’ (OIAC) members for advocating 'democratic values.'  'Respect for human rights, gender equality, religious and ethnic tolerance.' These values, she noted, are the 'driving force in effecting further change in Iran.'
In her video message, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi congratulated the Iranian American the New Year, and urged members of Congress to designate the Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a Foreign Terrorist Organization.
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Iran's New Year: Nowruz's Renewal and Rebirth May Herald the Mullahs' End

By Hassan Mahmoudi
American Thinker, March 15, 2017 - With the onset of spring and the Iranian New Year , amid the economic hardship inside, and diasporic societies everywhere around the world, Iranian citizens celebrate with the hope of a forward perspective for the good year to come, the year of the end of mullahs.
Nowruz marks the first day of the Iranian calendar and coincides with the first day of the spring. People attend Nowruz celebrations, and the traditional Iranian festival of spring. This starts at the exact moment of the vernal equinox. The Spring Equinox of 2017 in northern hemisphere will be at 11:28 a.m. on Monday, March 20 .

2018-Iran-#Nowruz celebration with the #Iranian #opposition

Sunday, March 12, 2017


Message of Maryam Rajavi to a meeting at the U.S. House of Representatives- for Human rights and Democracy in Iran- 9 March 2017
Honorable lawmakers and dear friends,
With the arrival of spring, Iranians are preparing to celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year, which marks the first day of the Iranian calendar year.
Nowruz has been celebrated for decades and symbolizes change; change from the gray, gloomy days of winter to the promising green days of spring.
For Iranians, Nowruz has a simple but significant message:
The springtime of freedom is inevitable.
It may be delayed, but it cannot be stopped.
For the people of Iran, Nowruz brings a new hopeful prospect:
The certain end of religious dictatorship and rule of freedom and democracy.
Our suppressed people deserve to live in a free and democratic society, which is key to peace and stability in the region.
It is the only way of uprooting Islamic fundamentalism as a global threat.
Events in Iran over the past year are signs of critical developments in the coming year.
Conservative estimates show more than 3,000 executions during Hassan Rouhani’s term and yet widespread crackdown on the rise.
Yet, the Iranian people have risen up in different cities to protest the regime’s suppression.
They rallied against censorship, poverty and widespread government corruption.
They took to the streets in thousands of large and small demonstrations to protest that even their most basic demands are not met.
The most recent example is the uprising of last month by thousands of our brave countrymen and women in Ahvaz.
The death of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani seriously weakened the regime.
For 38 years, Rafsanjani was the regime’s number-two man and was critical to its internal balance.
In addition, the windfall money from the lifting of sanctions did not relieve living conditions.
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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Iran: Burning Khamenei's Photos; Clashes With Police; Attack on Repressive Organs During Fire Feas

On Tuesday 14 March different cities of Tehran such as Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan, Yasouj, Shahr-e Kurd and Baneh turned Fire Feast (last Wednesday of the year) to the scene of confrontation and expression of hatred of the velayat-e faqih ominous system.
In Tehran, Fire Feast was widely celebrated at the Mother sq., the third and fourth squares of Tehranpars, and Enghelab and Imam Hossein squares. At the Fifth Avenue of Nirou Hawaii, youth threw firecrackers in front of police vehicle that damaged the front part of the vehicle, causing fear of the suppressive forces. In Tehranpars, youth also burned a large portrait of Khomeini and Khamenei.

Video:; Death to the Velayat al-Faqih (Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist) chanted political prisoners
We have received a clip from the Fire Festival celebration from Kermanshah. Climate of confrontation in Kermanshah

Iran State Media: "Fire Festivities" Becoming Major Dilemma

people from celebrating end of the Iranian calendar year Fire Festivities.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has even issued a fatwa saying such celebrations are forbidden, yet to no avail. Last year he had said such celebrations have no place in sharia and people should refrain from taking part in these activities.
More than 30,000 posters and brochures have been printed to encourage people not to take part in such celebrations, as announced by state and city police in various regions of Iran.
The police has also issued various statements threatening to take action against those disrupting the peace. State police authorities are also concerned about social media posts providing instructions for home-made firecrackers. 

Tehran youth clashed with the Security forces preventing them to celebrate

Developing StoryOn the eve of the festival of fire on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 in the Iranian capital, Tehran, a number of local youth who had gathered on the Air Force Fifth Street to celebrate the annual Festival of Fire of the ancient Iranians clashed with the security police who were out in force to prevent the public to carry out their festivities. 
The youth used fire crackers, sound bombs, squibs and spitdevils to scare off the suppressive security forces.    

A climate of Encounter in Isfahan

The sound of fire crackers and squibs are so loud that has turned the streets into a battle ground between the public and the suppressive security forces. 
According to a report from Isfahan, central Iran, the city has turned into a battle ground between the youth who are adamant to celebrate the Feast of Fire Festivals on the last Tuesday of the solar year against the suppressive revolutionary guards who are keen to prevent the people from having their celebrations. 
A reporter for the Iranian Resistance (MEK) says as you walk around the city you can witness local youth are setting up fire crackers and other fireworks at every corner, defying the suppressive rule of the mullahs.   

Fire Festival festivities held in cities throughout the country
Slogans include: “Death to Khamenei; death to the principal of velayat-e faqih”; setting Khamenei’s picture ablaze  

Terrified of the annual Fire Festivities turning into popular protests, the mullahs’ regime in Iran has resorted to increasing crackdown measures and widespread arrests in numerous parts of the country.
Each day a growing number of store owners selling firecrackers are being arrested and their property confiscated. These measures are seen in the provinces of Tehran, Central, Isfahan, Fars, Gilan, Mazandaran, Kurdistan, Kermanshah, West and East Azeriban, North Khorasan , Zanjan, Urmia, Ilam, Semnan, Chahar Mahal & Bakhtiary, Sistan & Baluchistan, Hamaedan and … 
Video+Photos; teachers' protest gatherings in more than 20 different major cities in Iran
Eyewitness reports from inside Iran shows that large gatherings of retired teachers gathered today, Thursday, March 9, 2017 in more than 20 major cities in Iran, including Mashhad, Bojnourd, Ferdows, Torbat-heidaria, Mazandaran, Sanandaj, Saqqez, Marivan, Qorveh, Tabriz, Ardebil, Zanjan, Shiraz, Bushehr, Isfahan, Kermanshah, Kangan, Dehgolan, Lordegan, Ahwaz and Aligudarz.
The gatherings took place in front of the offices of the ministry of the Education in these cities.
In Shiraz on Thursday, March 9, 2017 the protesting teachers sat at a dinner table with no food on it implicating that they are not receiving their wages and salaries, that's why there is no food on their table.
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A Round up of February 2017 Protests

According to publicly recorded news and statistics, in the month of February 2017, at least 402 protest took place in Iran.
The figures of protests in February are as follows:
201 cases of labour protests, 140 cases of protests for miscellaneous issues, 21 cases of protests by prisoners, 14 cases of prisoners on hunger strike, 13 cases of educational staff protests and 3 student protests.
The number of protests in February was higher than that of January.

1. Labour protests:
201 labour protests in 47 cities, towns and industrial cities took place in February. The total number of protests was slightly higher than the previous month.
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Iran scrambles to contain, suppress rising demonstrations

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Iran: Bereaved mother says she got her Oscar from her compatriots

As the media reported about the Iranian film-maker Ali-Asghar Farhadi winning the second Oscar for his film, anti-death penalty activist mother, Shahin Tajmir, posted this message on her Facebook account:
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 Iran A chain of Mothers of Murdered Iranian Dissident