The Mullahs regime threatens more arrests and executions

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Ali Shamkhani

Ali Shamkhani

As the Iranian regime restores part of the internet, new information and videos of the protests are coming out. The videos posted on the internet show how the security forces cracked down on the protesters.

The videos also show how the security forces chase demonstrators, plainclothes security forces grab, beat and drag people on the streets and in many cases protesters are gunned down in the streets and the sound of gunfire can be heard while the protesters are running.
The videos offer only moments of what really has happened, as by shutting down the internet, the regime had attempted to keep the world in the dark.
The regime’s response by force to the uprising is a clear indication of its weakness in the face of Iranian youth and “resistance units” belonging to the people’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI-MEK) which is blamed for flaming up the uprising.
“We have caught all the mercenaries who explicitly confessed that they are mercenaries of the U.S. and the MEK,” Ali Fadavi, deputy commander of regime’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), told reporters in Tehran on Sunday.
“The judicial system will give them the maximum punishment,” Fadavi said.
State-run media also reported that authorities have arrested 180 “ringleaders” and “rioters” connected with the MEK and Kurdish activists.

In a press conference on Sunday, November 24, Ali Shamkhani, the regime’s Secretary for Supreme National Security Council said, “These people were connected to foreign governments and the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK)… I believe 34 MEK members have been arrested so far. A vast network of individuals, operating not under the MEK’s name, but pursuing their line and modus operandi were also identified.”
On November 18, during a closed-door session of the regime’s Parliament, Shamkhani had said, “It was determined that a number of people instigating the public had ties to the MEK Organization.”
Also, during Friday prayer congregations in different cities across Iran most of the speakers, who represent the supreme leader, talked about the uprising and asked the judges to execute the protesters. In Tehran’s Friday prayer, Ahmad Khatami, a member of the Assembly of Experts’ Presidium, described those arrested as saboteurs, who had waged war on God. He asked the Judiciary to hand them maximum punishment.
On November 25, 2019, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) released a statement in regards to the arrests and the crackdown on the protesters.

“The Iranian Resistance underscores that these prisoners will no doubt face torture and execution. The United Nations must give priority to investigating the plight of these prisoners and sending a delegation to Iran to visit them.
Since the uprising started, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has repeatedly called on the UN Security Council, governments, and international human rights bodies to take action to immediately halt the massacre and suppression of the Iranian people and secure the release of those arrested. She has also emphasized the imperative to dispatch UN delegations to Iran to investigate the situation of the martyrs, the wounded, and the prisoners.” The NCRI statement reads in part.

Source » ncr-iran

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