The civil war in Iran is turning hot as rebels begin to bomb and attack offices and installations of the mullah’s Islamic regime.
Recently the regime murdered over 1,500 youths who were protesting a rise in fuel prices. This development may have been the tipping point for the resistance to harden its methods and increase the pressure on Iran’s leaders.
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Below is from a statement from the National Council of Resistance in Iran.
In the early hours of this morning, February 6, 2020, defiant youth targeted the office of cleric Ahmad Alam al-Hoda, one of the most criminal and murderous officials of the mullahs’ regime. Alam al-Hoda is the representative of the regime’s leader Ali Khamenei in Khorassan Razavi Province, northeast Iran, the Friday prayer leader of Mashhad, and a member of the Assembly of Experts. His office is located in the city’s Imam Reza Street.
Alam al-Hoda was in charge of the “Islamic Revolution Komiteh” in Tehran’s first district, in 1980, and played a direct role in the suppression, execution, and murder of a large number of young people and dissidents. He was appointed Khamenei’s representative in Khorassan Razavi Province in 2005 and the Friday prayer leader of the provincial capital Mashhad in 2015. Alam al-Hoda also played a major role in the suppression of the January 2018 and November 2019 uprisings in Mashhad.