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NCRI - While Wednesday's chemical attack and mass murder of the Syrian people has outraged the international community, the Iranian regime's Foreign Minister Mohammad defends Assad and blames the opposition for the chemical attack.

Social media has made it harder for governments to cover up their abuses. For me this realization has poignant implications. Perhaps the lives of thousands of innocent people, many of them my close friends, could have been saved in my native Iran.

Call for urgent international action against Assad’s dictatorship and mullahs’ regime, the perpetrators of this war crime

NCRI - Mrs.Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance condemns in the strongest terms the chemical attack of Wednesday morning, August 21, in Damascus outskirts and massacre of 1300 innocent civilians, especially women and children.

INU- Augest 15, 2013- In an exclusive tell all interview conducted by Iran News Update (INU), 1988 Iranian massacre survivor, Mostafa Naderi, details his time in multiple Iranian prisons from 1981-1992. Naderi was one of the few survivors from the 1988 massacre where over 30,000 political prisoners were executed.  

INU:In the summer of 1988, thousands of political prisoners in Iran were brutally murdered in what was one of the most underreported and unknown mass killings of our time. 

INU: This summer marks the 25th anniversary of the 1988 Iran Massacre, one of the darkest, most heinous mass killings in recent history. 
As the Iran Iraq war was coming to a hostile end, the largest political massacre in the history of Iran was just beginning. In July 1988, prisons across Iran locked their doors, cancelled all visitation and privileges and ended all trips to the infirmary – beginning the tragic movement of the Ayatollah to eliminate every individual who had expressed adherence to the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO). This mass extermination of all political advocates in Iran resulted in the brutal end to more than 30,000 lives. 
In the final phases of the war, Khomeini, who felt Iran’s defeat was imminent, decided to avenge all the political prisoners. In response to the loss of the war and a rise in resistance to the Regime, Khomeini issued fatwas, or religious decrees throughout Iran, ordering the mass execution of every individual unwilling to commit complete and

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