Abdollah Assadimanesh was born in 1957 in Tehran. After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, he became a member of the IRGC to defend his country and people against terrorists and anti-revolutionary forces. Finally on 3 January 1982, he was martyred when a bomb planted by the MEK terrorist group exploded.
Hossein Shokouhi Mousaabadi was born in 1965 in Isfahan. He was a worker and a very good-tempered man. When the imposed ran-Iraq war began and insecurity spread among people, he went to western Iran to defend his country and finally on 4 January 1982, he was hit by a bullet and martyred.
Reza Doustdar was born in 1960 in the city of Qom. When the Iran-Iraq war began, he started doing his military service to defend his country. Finally, on 6 January 1982, he was captured and then martyred after being shot in the head.
26 June signifies the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture. Torture and abuse of members is a routine measure within destructive cults in order to repress dissidents and terrorize potential defectors. The Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK/MEK), is an Iranian terrorist cult which, according to valid international documents, has resorted to torture both against its own members and ordinary people opposing it.
One of the main reports on the MeK’s records in torturing its members
Secretary of Iran's High Council for Human Rights has strongly criticized the Western states for sheltering the notorious anti-Iran terrorist MKO, calling on them to immediately expel the terror group members.
Speaking during the weekly press conference on the US Human Rights Record, Kazem Gharibabadi stressed that Iran considers the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) as a terrorist organization that has not given up on its terrorist actions.
He also said that the countries sheltering the
I remember that I and my dear friend Mr Abolghasem Sarhadizadeh did not attend the weekly briefing session of the Islamic Republic Party on that day. An hour after the explosion, we arrived at the scene with a Peugeot moped. We cried a lot that night, both for Beheshti and for human innocence.
Where did a particular set of so-called anti-imperialist slogans come from? How did these slogans, which originally had a non-revolutionary origin and were coined and spouted in the Marxist-Leninist left
3 ISIL terrorists were killed during an operation carried out by the Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service in the northeast of the country on Friday night.
The ISIL terrorists, who were wearing suicide belts were killed in Hamrin Mountains in Kirkuk province.
A former official of the Iraqi Intelligence Service told Al Mayadeen that the Iraqi Air Force targeted several ISIL armed forces in the Hamrin mountains.
Last week, Iraq's Joint Operations Command announced that at least 25 hideouts belonging
Questioning the European Parliament over the human rights slogans and supporting terrorists, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kan'ani lambasted the European body for hosting MKO terrorists.
Referring to the presence of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MKO) terrorist organization's ringleader, Nasser Kan'ani in a tweet wrote that it is so regrettable that some of the European Parliament members turned a blind eye to the dark record of the murderers of more than 17 thousand children, women, men
The release of an Iranian diplomat from a Belgian jail has been described as a major victory for Iran and a major setback and embarrassment for the anti-Iran Mujahedin-e Khalq (MKO) terrorist group by Iran’s vice president for legal affairs.
The arrest and trial of diplomat Assadollah Assadi, according to Mohammad Dehghan on Saturday, was a flagrant violation of the fundamental rule of diplomatic immunity, and his release demonstrated the Islamic Republic’s commitment to defending the
Pakistani intelligence forces managed to detain 12 ISIL terrorist forces in the country's Punjab province, local media outlets reported on Saturday.
Two of the ISIL terrorists were killed during clashes with Pakistani forces, according to the reports.
The news comes as the ISIL terrorists, in cooperation with Tehrik-i-Taliban terrorist group, recently carried out several attacks in northwestern Pakistan and left 10 people killed and injured.
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan also claimed
Five Iranian border guards have been killed in clashes with armed terrorists and anti-Islamic Revolution groups in the country’s southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
Local media reports said the fatalities occured in the Maze-Sar area of the border region of Saravan, located near Pakistan, late on Saturday as the Iranian border security forces engaged in a fierce confrontation with the terrorists.
Earlier reports had put the death toll at six, but police announced on Sunday
Authors, analysts and experts on cults often express their concern over the destructive effect of cults on the foundation of family and family relations, and clarify why cults, due to some features that they all share, may not tolerate the family structure. Regarding the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK), which adopts cult-like approaches and is considered a terrorist group, the situation is even worse. On the occasion of the belated International Family Day May 15, we will take a look at
Two dangerous chieftains of the ISIL terrorist group were killed in Syria's southern Daraa province.
The competent authorities in Daraa province have eliminated two of the most dangerous leaders of the ISIL terrorist organization, according to SANA.
The terrorists had carried out assassinations, planted explosive devices, and launched repeated attacks on civilians and military personnel in Daraa City.
The source noted that the units of the Syrian Arab Army and the competent authorities are
The 34th Tehran International Book Fair officially started on Wednesday May 10 and Habilian Association will present part of its publications and works on documents related to terrorist groups in the book fair.
Tehran International Book Fair is the greatest cultural event in Iran which is held annually in 10-day period with the presence of domestic and foreign publishers along with millions of visitors.
In this year’s book fair, Habilian will exhibit its works on the documents regarding
Pakistan’s most wanted terrorist leader, Muhammad Asa, accused of attacking Iranian convoys, was shot dead in clashes between rival terrorist groups that erupted over the distribution of looted money.
Hailing from the banned so-called Baloch Liberation Front (BLF), Asa, also known as Mullah Ibrahim, carried a head bounty of 14,000 dollars from the Pakistan government.
Asa was involved in countless number of terrorist attacks, including assaults on Iranian trucks that were on the way to Taftan
Following the announcement of the execution of ASMLA terrorist group’s leader in Iran, Families of Iranian Victims of terrorism issued a statement expressing satisfaction for fulfillment of “a part of the justice process” regarding the murderers of their beloved ones.
The statement reads as follows:
More than a decade and a half has passed since the ASMLA group’s brutal terrorist acts in Iran, during which more than 450 Iranian citizens were killed and wounded by elements of this terrorist
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani has blasted interventionist stances adopted by European countries following Iran’s execution of a terrorist ringleader.
Kanaani noted that Europe’s “supportive measures” for terrorists are not only aimed at preventing the execution of justice, but it will actually encourage and promote the “sinister phenomenon of terrorism” all over the world.
Habib Farajollah Chaab, who was responsible for a 2018 bloody attack in Ahvaz, southwestern Iran, was
The ringleader of a separatist group responsible for several terrorist operations in Iran, including the 2018 deadly terrorist attack in southwestern city of Ahvaz, has been executed.
Mizan news agency, affiliated with the Iranian Judiciary, reported that the death sentence against Habib Farajollah Chaab, also known as Habib Asyud, the ringleader of the Harkat al-Nazal terror outfit, was carried out on Saturday morning.
Back on March 12, Iran’s Judiciary confirmed the death sentence “on
The issue of Palestine has always been a hot topic in countries of the region. Over 7 decades have elapsed since the occupation of Palestinian lands by the Israel regime. Meanwhile, the regime’s violence against the natives of the land, slaughtering them and expelling a significant number of them from their hometown to neighboring or other foreign countries have drawn the attention of the public opinion as well as human rights activists all over the world. Besides arousing humanitarian
Iran has apprehended members of a network with ties to Marxist counter-revolutionary organizations, the terrorist cult the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), and French spies.
Fars news agency stated on Monday, citing informed sources, that all of the inmates had previously been imprisoned and freed under pardons given by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei.
According to the investigation, the inmates had come together to plan and coordinate raising tensions in