Less than a month ago, Ebrahim Raisi was pulled out of the ballot box by Khamenei as the President of Iran in a sham election boycotted by the majority of Iranians. Meanwhile, the Iranian people are facing many crises, including constant power and water outages in the scorching heat of summer, as well as the staggering cost of goods so much so that people can no longer afford even the most basic necessities of simple living, resulting in nearly 80 percent of them living below the poverty line.
In a show of power, the regime’s main and organized opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (July 10 to 12), held their largest ever annual gathering called the “World Gathering for a Free Iran” online, connecting 50,000 points in Iran and 105 countries.
The main speaker at the three-day gathering was Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of NCRI. In her speech, she stressed the commitment of PMOI to the struggle against the reactionary dictatorship in Iran until its overthrow and the establishment of a free and democratic Iran based on the separation of religion and state, a non-nuclear