Iran In The Past Week

August 14, 2021

COVID19; A Joint ‘Silent Massacre’ By Chicom and IRI

The Chinese-origin Coronavirus has hit a new peak in Iran as it brought the country to the grips of its deadliest virus surge yet after the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei ordered to ban imports of any vaccines developed in the U.S. or the U.K. A daily infection in the country leads the nation to the death of hundreds of people a day. According to the Islamic Ministry of Health and Medical Education, at least 466 people died due to COVID19, and more than 29,700 individuals contracted with the virus in the past 24 hours.

Ongoing Protests In Iran

Four weeks after water shortages and power blackouts sparked widespread anti-regime uprising in Iran, ongoing peaceful gatherings and protests have continued across the country because the people of Iran are fed up with the Islamic Republic. Iranians, who have been continuously harassed and oppressed since the Islamic tyrants took power in 1979, are sending a clear message to the free world that they do not want the Ayatollahs’ regime. The citizens along with business owners, medical staff, peasants, workers, divers, retirees, bakers, students, teachers, and employees held protests across Iran in the past week over 'unpaid wages', 'job issues', 'lost money', water shortages', 'power blackouts', 'high prices of consumer goods', and 'financial difficulties'.

People of Iran chant: 'We will fight, we will die, we will soon reclaim our country', 'Reza Shah, Bless Your Soul', and 'We want Shah (King), not mullah, God damn you Ruhollah [Khomeini]', and 'Long live the King', 'We want Shah (King), not Mullah, God damn you Ruhollah [Khomeini]', 'Your silence is a betrayal of people in Khuzestan, and 'Iran which has no king it’s all mess'.

Continuous Anti-Regime Graffiti In Iran

People and activists continue to show their outrage at Ayatollahs in Iran by writing anti-regime graffiti on walls, telecom junction boxes, and pedestrian bridges in public places.

Iranians Set Statue Of Soleimani On Fire

People of Yasuj, southern Iran set the statue of dead terrorist Qassem Soleimani on fire in protest.

Mentally Disabled Girls Raped In Iran's Government Center

Three mentally disabled girls were reportedly raped by staff at Urmia government-run welfare center in northwestern Iran. No more details reported yet.

Islamic Forces Shot Dead Young Protester In Iran

Video posted online shows how the Islamic security forces raid a peaceful rally in Naqadeh, northwestern Iran on August 7, 2021 which leads to the death of 27-year-old demonstrator Mohammad Alizadeh.

Activist Fatemeh Sepehri Released

Iranian activist Fatemeh Sepehri, who was arrested last week, was released yesterday. She was one of those people who wrote an open letter in 2019 calling on Khamenei to resign from office.

Iranian Female Prisoner Released On Parole

Rezvaneh Ahmad Khan Beigi, who was arrested during the 2019 Iran Protests, was released from Tehran notorious Evin prison on parole. She was sentenced to a six-year prison term at Tehran Revolutionary Court, chaired by Judge Amoozadeh.

Monarchist Prisoner Reza Mehregan Granted Furlough

Monarchist prisoners Reza Mehregan, one of those people who wrote an open letter in 2019 calling on Khamenei to resign from office, was granted furlough.

Mass Arrest In Western Iran

At least 51 citizens were arrested by IRGC Intelligence agents in Kurdistan province, western Iran. The security forces took them to an unknown location, no one heard from them since the arrest.

Tehran-Aligned Assassins Killed Senior Party Member

Mousa Babakhani, 39, a member of the central committee of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran, was "assassinated by a terrorist affiliated" with Iran, reported AFP.

Man Runs Over Iranian Women For “Un-Islamic” Outfits

A driver initially harassed two Iranian women for their Hijab in northwestern Iran, then he ran over one of them, and severely injured her after they refused to put up with it.

Karate-Iran's Ganjzadeh Dedicates Gold Medal To People Of Khuzestan

Iran's Sajad Ganjzadeh, who won gold medal in the men's karate kumite competition in +75kg category on Saturday after his Saudi Arabia's opponent was disqualified, dedicated his medal to the people of Khuzestan. The people in Iran's oil-rich Khuzestan took to the streets weeks ago over water shortages and were shot and detained by security forces.

Iranians Paid Tribute To Fereydoun Farrokhzad

A group of Iranians gathered in Bonn, Germany to pay tribute to the victim of chain murders Fereydoun Farrokhzad. As a political opposition figure, the royalist and popular actor Fereydoun was killed violently, having been stabbed repeatedly in the face and upper torso.

China hacks Israel, Iran, for info on tech, business advances

Tolerance for Chinese cyber attacks has decreased globally following its handling of the coronavirus crisis, Hong Kong, and accusations of war crimes.

China has hacked dozens of Israeli public and private sector groups as well groups in Iran, Saudi Arabia and a variety of other countries, the international cybersecurity company FireEye announced Tuesday. [Read More]

Israel Said To Warn CIA Chief That New Iranian President Is Mentally Disturbed

William Burns visits Israel for talks focused on Iran; reportedly given dossier describing Ebrahim Raisi as a demented extremist who can’t be negotiated with Israel hosted US Central Intelligence Agency chief William Burns Tuesday for talks focused on Iran, with Jerusalem reportedly attempting to deter any American rapprochement with Tehran by presenting Iran’s new president as a deranged misfit. [Read More]

Taliban Going Door To Door For Girls As Young As 12 To Make Them ‘Sex Slaves’

Taliban fighters are “going to door to door” to round up young girls to be “sex slaves” for fighters in the terror group, reports claim.

Taliban fighters are “going to door to door” to round up young girls to be “sex slaves” for fighters in the terror group, reports claim.

An inside source suggests that Taliban leaders are attempting to kidnap and forcibly marry women after local leaders in Afghanistan were asked to present a list of those aged 12 to 45 last month.

According to Bloomberg, the move signals the start of a terrifying rampage amid a return to a harsh sharia law. [Read More]

Exclusive: Claudia Tenney Spearheads Letter Blasting EU Presence At Tehran ‘Murderer’ Raisi Inauguration

Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-NY) denounced the presence of a high-level European Union (EU) representative at the recent inauguration of Iran’s new president and notorious executioner Ebrahim Raisi, accusing the multi-member state union of “honoring a murderer,” in a strongly worded letter to EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell provided in advance to Breitbart News.

In a statement to Breitbart News, the congresswoman called upon Borrell to “uphold the European Union’s human rights principles and stand with the Iranian people rather than honor and empower their corrupt and abusive oppressors,” after the deputy secretary-general of the bloc’s diplomatic body attended Raisi’s inauguration on behalf of the EU top diplomat.

The letter, dated for Thursday, is currently gaining congressional signatures, having already secured those of Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN), and Rep. Stephanie Bice (R-OK).

The letter begins by expressing deep concern over the EU’s decision to send a senior EU official to attend the inauguration of Raisi, “who has an abhorrent human rights record [and] was elected in a sham election.” [Read More]

Treasury Targets Oil Broker Network Supporting Qods Force

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is designating individuals and businesses involved in an international oil smuggling network that supports Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force (IRGC-QF). Senior IRGC-QF officials use proceeds from their involvement in Iranian oil exports to help fund the group’s destabilizing regional activities. OFAC’s action targets a foreign broker, Mahmood Rashid Amur Al Habsi, who has partnered with senior IRGC-QF officials and used several companies to facilitate shipments of Iranian oil to foreign customers, including buyers in East Asia.

“The IRGC-QF is using revenues from its Iranian petroleum sales to fund its malign activities at the expense of the Iranian people,” said Director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control Andrea M. Gacki. “These sales rely on key foreign intermediaries to obscure the IRGC-QF’s involvement, and Treasury will continue to disrupt and expose anyone supporting these efforts.”

Today’s action is being taken pursuant to the counterterrorism authority, Executive Order (E.O.) 13224, as amended. The IRGC-QF was designated pursuant to E.O. 13224 in 2007 for support to numerous terrorist groups. [Read More]