Amid the largest protests in Iran over the past four decades, the regime has decided to praise the third anniversary of the death of Qasem Soleimani which is not comparable with the previous years in any way.

As the head of the regime’s Quds Force, Soleimani led this terror organization in its malign activities aboard, mainly in Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen.

Over the past three years, the regime tried everything to make a national hero out of him. They compared him with Iran’s famous and patriotic people such as Amir Kabir, Ariobarzanes, Surena, Nader Shah, and even Rais-Ali Delvari and Mirza Kuchik Khan. But this was not enough for them, and they compared him with Che Guevara.

This amount of propaganda shows the regime’s critical and chaotic situation. But the truth is that he is infamous for countless crimes against the people of Iran and the entire Middle East. He is known for the chemical attacks against the Syrian people.

With Bashar Assad, he is responsible for the death of more than 500 thousand Syrian people and the displacement of more than eleven million. Therefore, many Syrians have recognized him as a ruthless child killer.

He was responsible for the waste of Iran people’s wealth in the regime’s exterritorial malign activities. Heshmatollah Falahatpishe a former regime’s MP once said: “I repeat again, we gave Syria about 20 to 30 billion dollars, and we must get it back. The money of this nation has been spent there.”

It is not without reason that on the third anniversary of his death, the youths of Iran set fire to his statues, placards, and banners.

Some of the crimes committed by this criminal are as follows:

  1. Participation in the suppression of the people of Kurdistan in 1980 by Khomeini’s fatwa
  2. Forming groups of young people to send them to the Iran/Iraq war fronts and using them to sweep minefields.
  3. Suppression of uprisings in the areas near the eastern borders of the country in 1988
  4. Commanding the repression of the uprisings in 2009, 2017 and 2019
  5. Advancing terrorist operations in Iraq and other countries against the Iranian Resistance
  6. Commanding the massacre of 52 members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Camp Ashraf/Iraq on September 1, 2013, with the help of the regime’s proxy force called Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq.
  7. Designing and commanding 5 missile attacks on Camp Liberty where the members of the MEK were stationed after leaving Camp Ashraf in 2012
  8. Meddling in Iraq by installing Nouri Maliki as the prime minister and suppressing the protests of the Iraqi people in 2011 and 2013 and providing the basis for the formation of sectarian and religious wars in this country.
  9. Creating a paramilitary terrorist force (Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF)( under the pretext of repelling ISIS in Iraq.
  10. Commanding the IRGC’s Quds Force and forming the ‘Shia crescent’ in the Middle East
  11. The assassination of opponents of the regime outside of Iran and the formation of proxy groups in line with the goals of the mullahs’ regime
  12. Terrible bombings in Kenya and Tanzania and planning to assassinate the Saudi ambassador in the USA
  13. Destructive role in Afghanistan and bringing chaos to this country
  14. Interfering in Yemen and suppressing the people of this country
  15. Empowering the Hezbollah of Lebanon and improving its military capabilities and repressing the protests of the Lebanese people
  16. Designing the attack on Saudi Aramco oil facilities

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January 3 marked the 110th day of anti-regime protests in Iran. The demonstrations began following the heinous murder of Mahsa Amini, 22, in police custody. However, it immediately turned into a revolution against the entire theocratic regime.

According to the Iranian opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI), the protests have extended to 282 cities. The regime has killed over 750 citizens, injured tens of thousands, and detained more than 30,000. The MEK has published the names of 614 killed protesters.

Key developments:

  • In her tweet Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) explained the regime’s cruelty and wrote: “Khamenei’s Intelligence Ministry and IRGC attacked people’s homes in Javanrud, arresting the city’s youths to prevent the continuation and spread of Iran protests. Such cruelties only add to the Iranian people’s fury and motivation to topple the regime.” Source
  • In a joint statement, nine Canadian MPs “undertake the political sponsorship of a list of individual detainees who are currently under threat by the government of Iran.” Source
  • Iran’s people and rebellious youths continue their resistance against the regime. They set the posters and billboards of the former IRGC Quds Force chief Qassem Soleimani in various cities on fire. This includes Tehran, Isfahan, Maragheh, Mashhad, Mehrestan, etc.
  • Iran’s regime has upheld and confirmed the death sentences issued for Mohammad Mehdi Karami and Mohammad Hosseini for taking part in the recent protests. Source
  • In her tweet about the human rights situation in Iran Ms. Agnes Callamard, Secretary General of Amnesty International wrote: “An escalation from 2022, with more killings and repression? Thinking of the family of Mohammad Boroughani, their anguish and pain in the face of such injustice and cruelty. We won’t forget. We won’t give up our demands for justice.” Source
  • On Jan. 2, Iran’s regime executed two prisoners in Karaj Central Prison. According to Hrana, the executed prisoners were Ahmad Bachagchi & Aziz Beg Hosseini. Concurrently, four other prisoners were transferred to solitary confinement for execution. Source
  • In Lahijan, Gilan Province, contract workers of the state communications company went on strike demanding answers to their long-raised grievances. Source