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Iranian Resistance Takes Down Websites Of Regime Ministry Of Agriculture Jihad Websites, Puts Up Resistance Images

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The so-called “Agricultural Jihad” Ministry was created in 2000 out of the merger of the two ministries of Agriculture and Construction Jihad. The latter was the body that plundered national capital, including Iran’s agricultural facilities and poured it into Khomeini’s unpatriotic war, reported the MEK, or People’s Mujahideen of Iran.

This morning, MEK’s Resistance Units took down or destroyed the website and portals of the Iranian regime Agricultural Jihad Ministry.

The disastrous projects carried out by the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad in cooperation and coordination with the IRGC have been the main cause of the destruction of Iran’s agriculture.

Iran’s dependence on imports of agricultural products has increased exponentially in parallel with the destruction of domestic production. This level of dependence was 35% in 1984, and has increased to 75% in 1989.

Monday morning, April 25, 2022, more than 100 servers and computers, dozens of portals, and information banks, 37 sites and 12 internal portals of the Agricultural Jihad Ministry were disrupted and destroyed by “Resistance Units” supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) inside Iran. 

Pictures of the Iranian Resistance’s Leadership, accompanied with the slogan of “Viva Rajavi,” and defaced pictures of Khamenei as well as the slogan of “death to Khamenei” were posed on the homepage of the Ministry of Agricultural Jihad.

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