Inside Iran

On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Amoli Larijani, the head of the judiciary, in a meeting with the prosecutors of the justice community expressed his concern, said and said that the social networks were serving the Mojahideen,"From the topic of human rights to the lowest verdicts Issued by our courts and prosecutors, is a matter for them, in order to slump the Islamic Republic's judiciary," Larijani said,

NCRI - While the beating of a girl by Iran regime's so-called “Guidance Patrol” has caused people’s outrage, the head of the regime's judiciary says police “must not retreat a single step”.

According to the state-run IRNA news agency, on Monday April 23, Sadeq Larijani, head of the judiciary, said: “We should not allow any person to resist the legal actions of law enforcement or insult an agent.”

NCRI - Earlier this month, the leaders of Iran made the announcement that the country’s official assets will no longer be denominated in US dollars, they will now be listed in euros. The news is baffling and has been seen as the Iranian regime taking a petty move against the United States.

 

‘Lies and Spies’ is the title of a new informative report on the Iranian regime’s activities against its main democratic opposition.This is a well-researched paper produced by Mr. Struan Stevenson and his team, showing that the recent uprising in Iran has intensified the anger of the mullahs who are carrying out a massive misinformation campaign to demonize the opposition,

NCRI - The Iranian regime is facing crisis on numerous fronts. The people have been calling for regime change and have held anti-government demonstrations in which they condemn the corruption which has engulfed all levels of the country’s leadership.

The judiciary system issued verdicts for three young people arrested during the widespread uprising in Qom in January. According to the reports released by the regime's officials in Qom, Farzad Sahrae'i and Hassan Badiei, each were sentenced to 2 years, whilst Ali Ebadi was sentenced to10 years imprisonment.

In an interview with state-run ILNA news agency, Haydar Hosseini, an Iranian economist, referring to the report by International Monetary Fund said that in 2017 around $27 billion of foreign currency had been withdrawn from the country and transferred abroad, which was implicitly endorsed by the head of the Iranian parliament’s economic committee.

On Wednesdays and Thursdays, April 18 and 19, the strike of merchants and shopkeepers in the cities of the border regions of Kurdistan, Kermanshah and West Azarbaijan provinces continued in wider dimensions than before. In addition to the cities of Javanrood, Baneh, Marivan and Saghez, the merchants in the towns of Sardasht, Mahabad, Boukan and Piranshahr also joined the strikers.

 

On Thursday, April 19, despite the presence of heavily-armed anti-riot forces, thousands of residents of Kazerun, southern Iran, turned out for a fourth consecutive day of protests over the regime’s plans to divide the city. There was a strong presence of women in the ranks of the protesters.In one section of the city square, where the protest was being held, youth bravely chanted at the suppressive security forces:

Protests of workers, looted people and other deprived people across the country continue .The uprising of thousands of Kazerun's people, especially the brave youth, continued on the afternoon of April 29th for the fifth day. The demonstration was held while the city's fake council and Friday prayer preacher and government media outlawed any gathering until the Kazerun city separation plan is determined.