According to the Western Journal, in June the next president of Iran will be the country’s notorious mass murderer, Ebrahim Raisi.
He is an Islamic cleric that serves as Iran’s deputy prosecutor. In 988, he helped oversee the execution of 30,000 political prisoners, the majority who worked with Iran’s opposition party, People’s Mujahedin Organization (PMO). They were all hung after refusing to renouncing their association PMO.
The UN recently classified this execution as “crimes against humanity.”
In 2020, Raisi also ordered the execution of Navid Afkari, an Olympic wrestler, because he participated in peaceful protests opposing the Islamic cleric tyrants ruling Iran.
The Iranians who have been protesting the clerics for years have no say in who their president will be, as he will ultimately be appointed to the position by the country’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the Guardian Counsel that the Khamenei also appoints and leads.
Raisi’s appointment as president will undoubtedly spark a new round of oppression and violence against those who oppose the regime.
Of course, when Iran’s Islamic dictatorship isn’t slaughtering dissidents in its own country, it is supplying missiles to another violent terrorist organization, Hamas, that controls the Gaza Strip. Hamas initiated the recent war in Israel after launching 1,200 on May 10, 2021. According to reports, Hamas, that launched over 4,500 missiles against Israel in the recent fighting, is now being resupplied by Iran. READ: ‘Satellites show Iran moving quickly to rearm Hamas’
The National Council of Resistance in Iran reports on some of the protests that took place in the regime in 2019:
The protests became markedly organized and immediately called for regime change by chanting “death to [Ali] Khamenei,” “death to [Hassan] Rouhani,” and “death to dictatorship” as they confronted the regime’s suppressive forces. According to the regime’s own officials, dozens of centers of repression, such as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Bassij, and police headquarters were attacked or torched. Dozens of officials and media outlets in Iran blamed the main opposition Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) for leading the protests through small teams of “Resistance Units,” and providing logistical, tactical, financial, and intelligence support for the demonstrations.
The regime responded to the protests with mass arrests, torture and murder.
Despite the oppression, recent surveys reveal that Christianity is rapidly growing in the country as Iranians reject the oppression and violence of the ruling clerics. READ: Blockbuster Survey: Christianity Is Growing as Iranians Lose Faith in Islam AND Iranians have lost their faith according to survey AND Survey Report on “The Islamic Republic: Yes or No” AND Islamic clerics warn against spread of Christianity in the most Islamic city in Iran