On Friday, April 12, 2019, angry people and youth in Malashiyeh in Ahvaz (Khuzestan province) protested against the presence of IRGC commander Mohammad Reza Naghdi in the area, chanting “Get lost, Ahvaz will remain free”, forcing him to leave.
The devastating flood is spreading rapidly in Khuzestan Province, especially in Ahvaz, a large part of the population of this province is left homeless and millions of our compatriots are at serious risk.
Maryam Rajavi described the inclusion of the suppressive Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) in the State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO) as a long-standing and righteous demand of the Iranian Resistance, an imperative for Middle East security, peace, and stability, and an urgent and necessary step to end war and terrorism throughout the region and the world.
Sixteen days after the onset of the floods, the mullahs' inhumane regime hides the real dimensions of human and financial losses, while at the same time preventing the expression of anger of the people by theatrical moves and false reports from government, IRGC and military aid.
In the wake of catastrophic flooding in numerous regions of Iran, Maryam Rajavi, expressed her heartfelt sympathies and condolences for the families of the victims and the general population, especially the people of Shiraz, wishing a prompt recovery for the injured.