Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian Cities

Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian Cities

Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian CitiesFars News, November 25 2019:… Houshang Bazvand said that members of the ISIL, PJAK (the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan) and Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI) terrorist groups are among the rioters who have been identified as they were destroying public properties last week …  He then named the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI), a terrorist cult responsible for attacks which claimed the lives of 17,000 civilians in Iran, as the second side advocating street violence . Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian Cities 

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Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian Cities

1- Governor-General: Several ISIL, PJAK, MKO Terrorists Identified in Riots in Kermanshah

TEHRAN (FNA)- Governor-General of Kermanshah province in Western Iran Houshang Bazvand said that members of the ISIL, PJAK (the Party for Free Life of Kurdistan) and Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI) terrorist groups are among the rioters who have been identified as they were destroying public properties last week.

“The destroyers and rioters set fire at many economic units of Kermanshah city and a number of individuals affiliated to the PJAK, ISIL, Monafeqin (hypocrites as MKO members are called in Iran) and anti-revolutionary forces have been identified by the Law Enforcement Police and security forces and all of them will be handled decisively and legally,” Bazvand said on Saturday.

He added that many of those arrested have confessed that they had planned for riots in Iran since long time ago.

Head of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps Public Relations Department Brigadier General Ramezan Sharif said on Saturday that the ringleaders behind the last week’s violent riots were identified and apprehended by the IRGC.

“The key ringleaders, promoting violence in last week’s riots which hijacked peaceful protests against gas price rise, have been arrested in cities of Shiraz and Tehran, and provinces of Alborz and Khuzestan,” Brigadier General Sharif said in the Northern Iranian city of Astara.

He added that unfortunately some cases of looting happened where opportunists pounced on the mayhem and plundered chain stores and banks, vowing that the looters will be arrested and punished later.

The IRGC official then highlighted that the rioters, thugs and looters behind the last week unrest were supported by three major anti-Iran movements.

According to Sharif, Monarchists, who seek restoration of Pahlavi regime in Iran, made up the first group behind the riots.

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He then named the MKO, a terrorist cult responsible for attacks which claimed the lives of 17,000 civilians in Iran, as the second side advocating street violence in last week.

“The third current behind the recent riots in the country was made up of Americans, some Persian Gulf littoral states and the Zionists. Even, Saudis and some Emiratis as well as some intelligence services contributed to these events to stoke insecurity inside the country,” Sharif recounted.

He went on adding that the unrest, ranging from minor and major incidents, were mostly reported from 100 cities across the country, adding that a quick response by security apparatuses and the help of masses of people helped to put an end to riots in a short period between 1 to 3 days.

On November 15, the government raised Iran’s extremely cheap gas price in order to moderate the national consumption rate, which stands at 110 million liters per day, 40 million liters above the maximum domestic requirement.

The government also announced a number of aid and subsidiary programs to protect vulnerable households from the adverse effects of the measure.

The price reform, required by Iranian legislature and essential as US-imposed sanctions seek to deplete Iran’s budgetary resources, had been long delayed due to concerns regarding the move’s probable backlash.

The measure’s adoption prompted initially peaceful protests, but riotous elements, abusing the situation, quickly entered the scene, destroying public property, setting ablaze banks and gas stations among other facilities, and opening fire on people and security forces.

Last Friday, Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Ali Fadavi said that the US was disappointed that its perpetrated violent riots in Iran did not last more than 48 hours, adding that reports from all four corners of the country indicate that peace and calm has been restored much to Washington’s chagrin.

“Based on information we have received, the Americans have gone mad that the riots were over within 48 hours and are disappointed that there is no more disorder in Iran,” Fadavi added.

However, Fadavi said that in numerous calls with other IRGC officials in the country no further riot attempts had been reported.

“Attacking homes, shops, hospitals, banks and gas stations is a malicious act which is not an act of protest nor rioting, but an act of thievery,” Fadavi said.

“This is the difference between protest and disorder,” he said.

The IRGC deputy commander added that peaceful protests were “natural” given the recent price hike and that the government has to adopt additional measures to reduce pressure on the general population.

Fadavi added, however, “The fact that the malicious actors of the world are targeting Iran in issues that are by no means related to them is a matter to note.”

Deputy Head of Iran’s Basij volunteer forces Brigadier General Salar Abnoosh said last Friday “a full-fledged war” had been meant to be waged against the country, only to be quelled early on.

Abnoosh added that interrogations of arrested rioters had revealed that a “coalition of evil” made up of “Zionists, America and Saudi Arabia” had joined forces to organize destructive riots from abroad.

Addressing worshipers during weekly Friday prayers in Tehran, senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said certain foreign countries had spent “three years” preparing for an opportunity to wreak havoc in Iran, training specific elements to that end.

“But their schemes were neutralized,” he said, adding that the riots ceased to continue despite the fact that countries such as Saudi Arabia had spent many resources and had provided much media coverage in order to instigate disorder.

Following the Friday prayers, numerous rallies were also held across Iran to condemn the recent riots.

The protesters condemned the US, Israel and seditionist elements for fueling the unrest and chanted slogans in support of the Islamic establishment.

Addressing recent riots during a speech, Iran’s Judiciary Chief Ebrahim Rayeesi said those “who have abused the concerns and troubles of the people in order to create disorder and insecurity” will face severe consequences.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran is known as the safest country in the region due to the sacrifices of our martyrs and our wounded,” he said.

“We will never allow the smallest breach in the security of our people,” he added.

Riots by a small number who had taken advantage of legitimate public protests against the government’s gas price hike plan in Iran were directed at sowing chaos through targeted attacks on public and private properties, forcing law enforcement to step in to stop saboteurs.

Early estimates of an intelligence body showed that a sum of nearly 87,000 protesters and rioters had taken part in protest rallies and gatherings since Friday night, mostly (over 93%) men. A large number of protesters had only been present in the gathering centers and avoided joining the rioters in sabotage attacks on public and private properties.

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“The identical methods of the main core of violent rioters discloses that they are fully trained individuals who have been prepared and looking forward for the situation to rise, unlike most people who have been taken off guard by the sudden hike in gas price,” the report said.

The report showed that gatherings have been comprised of 50 to 1,500 people held in 100 regions of the country out of a number of 1,080 major towns and cities. The report says violent raids and damage inflicted on properties has been larger than what happened in February 2018 unrests.

Most cases of damage to properties had happened in Khuzestan, Tehran, Fars and Kerman provinces. The report says most casualties have resulted from armed outlaws’ attacks on oil storage and military centers, adding that a number of police and popular forces have been martyred in these attacks.

Nearly 1,000 people were arrested across the country while over 100 banks and 57 big stores were set on fire or plundered in just one province.

The Iranian intelligence ministry announced in a statement on Sunday that it had identified several rioters who misused the recent protest rallies against the gasoline price hikes to destroy public and private properties.

“The main culprits behind the riots in the past two days have been identified and proper measures are being adopted and the honorable nation will be informed about its result later,” the statement said.

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2- Main Ringleaders Behind Last Week Riots Arrested by IRGC

TEHRAN (FNA)- Head of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps Public Relations Department Brigadier General Ramezan Sharif said on Saturday that the ringleaders behind the last week’s violent riots have been identified and apprehended by the IRGC.

“The key ringleaders, promoting violence in last week’s riots which hijacked peaceful protests against gas price rise, have been arrested in cities of Shiraz and Tehran, and provinces of Alborz and Khuzestan,” Brigadier General Sharif said this morning in Iranian Northern city of Astara.

He added that unfortunately some cases of looting happened where opportunists pounced on the mayhem and plundered chain stores and banks, vowing that the looters will be arrested and punished later.

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The IRGC official then highlighted that the rioters, thugs and looters behind the last week unrest were supported by three major anti-Iran movements.

According to Sharif, Monarchists, who seek restoration of Pahlavi regime in Iran, made up the first group behind the riots.

He then named the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI), a terrorist cult responsible for attacks which claimed the lives of 17,000 civilians in Iran, as the second side advocating street violence in last week.

“The third current behind the recent riots in the country was made up of Americans, some Persian Gulf littoral states and the Zionists. Even, Saudis and some Emiratis as well as some intelligence services contributed to these events to stoke insecurity inside the country,” Sharif recounted.

He went on adding that the unrest, ranging from minor and major incidents, were mostly reported from 100 cities across the country, adding that a quick response by security apparatuses and the help of masses of people helped to put an end to riots in a short period between 1 to 3 days.

Last Friday, the government raised Iran’s extremely cheap gas price in order to moderate the national consumption rate, which stands at 110 million liters per day, 40 million liters above the maximum domestic requirement.

The government also announced a number of aid and subsidiary programs to protect vulnerable households from the adverse effects of the measure.

The price reform, required by Iranian legislature and essential as US-imposed sanctions seek to deplete Iran’s budgetary resources, had been long delayed due to concerns regarding the move’s probable backlash.

The measure’s adoption prompted initially peaceful protests, but riotous elements, abusing the situation, quickly entered the scene, destroying public property, setting ablaze banks and gas stations among other facilities, and opening fire on people and security forces.

On Friday, Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Ali Fadavi said that the US was disappointed that its perpetrated violent riots in Iran did not last more than 48 hours, adding that reports from all four corners of the country indicate that peace and calm has been restored much to Washington’s chagrin.

“Based on information we have received, the Americans have gone mad that the riots were over within 48 hours and are disappointed that there is no more disorder in Iran,” Fadavi added.

However, Fadavi said that in numerous calls with other IRGC officials in the country no further riot attempts had been reported.

“Attacking homes, shops, hospitals, banks and gas stations is a malicious act which is not an act of protest nor rioting, but an act of thievery,” Fadavi said.

“This is the difference between protest and disorder,” he said.

The IRGC deputy commander added that peaceful protests were “natural” given the recent price hike and that the government has to adopt additional measures to reduce pressure on the general population.

Fadavi added, however, “The fact that the malicious actors of the world are targeting Iran in issues that are by no means related to them is a matter to note.”

Deputy Head of Iran’s Basij volunteer forces Brigadier General Salar Abnoosh said on Friday “a full-fledged war” had been meant to be waged against the country, only to be quelled early on.

Abnoosh added that interrogations of arrested rioters had revealed that a “coalition of evil” made up of “Zionists, America and Saudi Arabia” had joined forces to organize destructive riots from abroad.

Addressing worshipers during weekly Friday prayers in Tehran, senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said certain foreign countries had spent “three years” preparing for an opportunity to wreak havoc in Iran, training specific elements to that end.

“But their schemes were neutralized,” he said, adding that the riots ceased to continue despite the fact that countries such as Saudi Arabia had spent many resources and had provided much media coverage in order to instigate disorder.

Following the Friday prayers, numerous rallies were also held across Iran to condemn the recent riots.

The protesters condemned the US, Israel and seditionist elements for fueling the unrest and chanted slogans in support of the Islamic establishment.

Addressing recent riots during a speech, Iran’s Judiciary Chief Ebrahim Rayeesi said those “who have abused the concerns and troubles of the people in order to create disorder and insecurity” will face severe consequences.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran is known as the safest country in the region due to the sacrifices of our martyrs and our wounded,” he said.

“We will never allow the smallest breach in the security of our people,” he added.

Riots by a small number who had taken advantage of legitimate public protests against the government’s gas price hike plan in Iran were directed at sowing chaos through targeted attacks on public and private properties, forcing law enforcement to step in to stop saboteurs.

Early estimates of an intelligence body showed that a sum of nearly 87,000 protesters and rioters had taken part in protest rallies and gatherings since Friday night, mostly (over 93%) men. A large number of protesters had only been present in the gathering centers and avoided joining the rioters in sabotage attacks on public and private properties.

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“The identical methods of the main core of violent rioters discloses that they are fully trained individuals who have been prepared and looking forward for the situation to rise, unlike most people who have been taken off guard by the sudden hike in gas price,” the report said.

The report showed that gatherings have been comprised of 50 to 1,500 people held in 100 regions of the country out of a number of 1,080 major towns and cities. The report says violent raids and damage inflicted on properties has been larger than what happened in February 2018 unrests.

Most cases of damage to properties had happened in Khuzestan, Tehran, Fars and Kerman provinces. The report says most casualties have resulted from armed outlaws’ attacks on oil storage and military centers, adding that a number of police and popular forces have been martyred in these attacks.

Nearly 1,000 people were arrested across the country while over 100 banks and 57 big stores were set on fire or plundered in just one province.

The Iranian intelligence ministry announced in a statement on Sunday that it had identified several rioters who misused the recent protest rallies against the gasoline price hikes to destroy public and private properties.

“The main culprits behind the riots in the past two days have been identified and proper measures are being adopted and the honorable nation will be informed about its result later,” the statement said.

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Mojahedin-e Khalq MEK Operatives Arrested Across Iranian Cities

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