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Iran protests 2019, day 27: Reports shed light on horrific November crackdown

The mullahs’ regime in Iran killed over 1,000 protesters, arrested at least 4,000 and detained another 12,000 during the November uprising
The mullahs’ regime in Iran killed over 1,000 protesters, arrested at least 4,000 and detained another 12,000 during the November uprising

Reporting by PMOI/MEK

Iran, December 11, 2019—More reports are arriving on the November uprising and the ruthless crackdown imposed by the mullahs’ regime in Iran. The Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) has released newly obtained information indicating hospitals in Kermanshah alone have registered 320 protesters killed by regime forces in recent protests. This western Iranian province witnessed some of the most intense protests and ruthless crackdown imposed by the mullahs’ oppressive forces.

Further revelations made recently by the MEK indicate that the bodies of more than 100 protesters killed in Tehran Province were transferred by units of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) to a nearby Basij base in the capital’s District 7 and then moved to an unknown location.

The November uprising in Iran that rattled the very pillars of the mullahs’ regime spread to at least 190 cities, according to latest reports. The PMOI/MEK has also been able to obtain the names of 400 Iranians killed by the mullahs’ oppressive security forces who opened fire and resorted to utter force in their quelling of peaceful demonstrations.

The MEK has obtained and published the names of 400 protesters killed by the regime’s ruthless forces. These unprecedented protests caught the mullahs’ entire apparatus completely off guard and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the parent coalition of the MEK, has tallied the total number of protesters killed by the mullahs’ security forces to 1,029 at the time of this report’s publication.

Marking the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Iranian opposition NCRI President Maryam Rajavi called on the international community to end its silence on human rights violations in Iran and the mullahs’ recent brutal crackdown.

“On the UDHR anniversary according to which ‘human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want,’ I echo the cries of over 1,000 slain protesters & ask why is the world silent and apathetic towards the crimes of #Iran mullahs?” Madam Rajavi said.

 

 

A conference was held in the Italian Parliament in Rome on Tuesday, December 10, as participants expressed their support for the Iranian people’s Resistance and uprising to overthrow the religious fascism ruling Iran. NCRI President Rajavi sent a message to the conference emphasizing the uprising in November proved that the people of Iran are prepared and yearning to do away with the mullahs’ religious fascist rule.

 

 

Kelly Craft, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said on Tuesday that security forces in Iran killed hundreds of protesters, tortured dissidents and imprisoned innocent civilians. In Syria, the Assad regime, with the support of the mullahs’ regime, has imposed horrific conditions on the Syrian people.

Brian Hook, U.S. Special Representative on Iran, highlighted once again that the world should stand alongside the Iranian people and not get lots in hardliners/reformists discussions. The Iranian regime continues its crimes against the Iranian people, including children and juveniles. Thousands of people have been jailed, he added. The world must stand alongside the brave Iranian people and hold accountable officials who have violated human rights.