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Iran: PMOI/MEK network activities in Tehran, other major cities

Reported by PMOI/MEK


Iran, April 23, 2019 - Members of “Resistance Units,” a network associated directly to the Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), are reporting more activities against the regime of Iran.



In Tehran, members of Resistance Unit 660 put up signs citing quotes of Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi, “The Revolutionary Guards is the main force maintaining the mullahs’ regime in power.”

These resistance units are especially placing the IRGC – recently designated by the U.S. State Department as a “Foreign Terrorist Organization” (FTO) – in their crosshairs.

Members of the Resistance Unit 625 put up a sign showing their support for an internet campaign, #BlockIRGC, calling for the suspension of all accounts used by individuals in any way affiliated to the terrorist IRGC.

Staying in the country’s capital, members of the Resistance Unit 879 put up a sign on the recent floods and also quoting Massoud Rajavi, “The mullahs massacred the Iranian people during the recent floods' catastrophe.”

Members of Resistance Unit 701 cited Iranian opposition President Maryam Rajavi saying, “National solidarity is the only method of overcoming this destructive flood.”

Members of Resistance Unit 771 in Tehran put up a sign also citing Mrs. Rajavi, President of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), calling for Iranians to consider helping residents of flood-hit areas a national duty.



In Karaj, a major city west of Tehran, members of Resistance Unit 420 put up a sign in support of Massoud Rajavi and the National Liberation Army of Iran.

In Shiraz, a major city in south-central Iran, members of Resistance Unit 642 took to graffiti and also wrote messages in support of the National Liberation Army of Iran.

Back in Tehran, resistance unit members also took to graffiti and wrote, “Hail to Rajavi – Death to Khamenei,” in reference to the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

In Ahvaz, the capital of the flood-hit province of Khuzestan in southwest Iran, members of resistance units took to graffiti across the city.