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The MEK’s growing influence in Iran and across the globe is terrifying Tehran

Activities of the Iranian Resistance Units, an internal network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) – July 2020.
Activities of the Iranian Resistance Units, an internal network of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) – July 2020.

Reporting by PMOI/MEK

Iran, July 25, 2020—During the Friday prayers of July 24, the most important political stage of the mullahs’ regime in Iran, many mullahs expressed their fear for the growing support of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). These remarks come after the annual meeting of the Iranian Resistance the “Free Iran Global Summit 2020,” which connected 30,000 places in 102 countries including Iran and Ashraf 3, the headquarters of MEK members in Albania.

The online Iranian opposition summit was widely viewed and welcomed inside Iran, where internet access is very limited.

The Friday prayer leader of Yazd expressed fear of activities by MEK supporters on social media, exposing the regime’s crimes.

The Friday prayer leader of Astan-e Ashrafiyeh, Gilan province, said: “The MEK is seeking riots in the country through a cyber war.” And the Friday prayer imam of Razavi Khorasan said: “The MEK is seeking internet riots and media terror.”

This expression of fear is due to daily and constant activities of the Iranian Resistance Units, an internal network of the MEK, in support of the “Free Iran Global Summit” and to overthrow the Iranian regime.

From Tuesday July 21 to Friday July 24, the Resistance Units organized activities, announcing their support for the annual gathering of the Iranian Resistance in cities such as Tehran, Tabriz, Urmia, Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashhad, Ahvaz, Esfarayen, Nishapur, Rasht, Sari, Karaj, Rudsar, Izeh, Gorgan, Khorramabad, Zahedan, Qom, Ivanaki (Semnan), Semnan, Shadegan, Shahin Shahr, Shahr-e Rey, Zabol, Kish, Jiroft, Hamadan, Kahnuj, Bandar Abbas, Malard (Karaj), Masjed Soleiman, Mazandaran, Andimeshk, Bojnurd, Kerman, Khuzestan, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Zanjan, Abadan, Damghan, and Yazd.

Their slogans read:

“Down with the principle of the Supreme Leader’s rule”

“Down with Khamenei, hail to Rajavi, long live freedom”

“Down with Khamenei. Democracy and freedom with Maryam Rajavi”

“Damn Khamenei and hail to freedom. We will take back Iran”

“The mullahs must go. Sovereignty belongs to the Iranian people”

“Iran Maryam, Maryam Iran. Long live freedom”

“Iran will only be freed and rebuilt through Maryam Rajavi

“Maryam Rajavi, we will bring you back to Tehran. Long live freedom.”

 

 

 

 

Suppressive centers targeted

 

July 23, 2020-Rebellious youth target multiple IRGC Basij Bases

July 23, 2020-Rebellious youth target multiple IRGC Basij Bases

 

 

At the same time, the rebellious and defiant youth of Iran continued to target the regime’s suppressive institutions. Eight IRGC Basij bases were set on fire by the brave youths in Tehran, Zahedan, Ivanaki Semnan, Shahin Shahr, Rasht, Khorramabad, and Qom and a local security forces headquarter in Shadegan. Basij is the most hated suppressive paramilitary force and a subsidiary of the terrorist designated IRGC that is used to crack down on protests and demonstrations such as the November nationwide uprising.

In Tehran, a center of the spread of fundamentalism and another center of suppression in Qom were torched by the brave Iranians.

In public places of the cities of Tehran, Zahedan, Khorramabad, Qom and Shahr-e Rey, billboard of Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry with Images of (Ali) Khamenei and Khomeini and Qassem Soleimani were torched.

July 15, 2020 - Rebellious youth target Iranian regime's Basij bases

 

 

Commemoration of the Eternal Light Operation in 1988

The Resistance Units also commemorated the anniversary of the Eternal Light Operation in 1988. On July 25, 1988, the National Liberation Army (NLA) launched its largest operation, called “Eternal Light,” in which it targeted the entirety of the Iranian regime. The Iranian regime suffered 55,000 casualties, and on its part, the NLA lost 1,304 of its officers and soldiers, heroes who laid down their lives for the freedom of their country.

The Resistance Units bravely took to graffiti in public places with the slogans: “Long live the National Liberation Army. The path of the martyrs will continue until the overthrow of the regime,” and “Hail to Massoud Rajavi, hail to the National Liberation Army.”

 

 

The Iranian National Liberation Army (NLA), in which women play an active role, has carried out a hundred assaults against the Khomeini armed forces.

The Iranian National Liberation Army (NLA), in which women play an active role, carried out a hundred assaults against Khomeini's armed forces.

 

In the 80s, after the brutal organized oppression by Khomeini which led to execution of thousands of political prisoners, the MEK transferred its main headquarters in Iraq, where it established camp Ashraf and founded the National Liberation Army.