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SMCCDI (Information Committee)
June 25, 2001

The Islamic regime is sending, from Tuesday morning, thousands of its troops into the Iranian streets to instate a State of Siege. The operation decided, during a meeting of the Islamic National Security Council, intend to break any structuration of an organized opposition movement.

The regime's leaders are worried about a general rebellion which can bring down the Theocratic system at the approach of July 9th Student rally deadline and following the increase of unrests created by their controversial Water policy.

The State of Siege which has been, supposedly, decided to control the "Drug trafficking" will allow the regime to dismantle the Iranian opposition and to repress any riot. Specially that the regime intends to create check points in most streets, as well as, at all the entries and exists of Iranian cities.

Based on the latest reports, received from within the regime's Security forces, an authorization to open fire has been granted to the Bassidj and Pasdaran forces under the Operation code "Ghassem Al Kofar" ( Destroyer of Apostates).

Same sources are declaring that the controversial position of several "European Union" (EU) members, such as, Italy, Germany, UK, Greece and France who are cheering the regime's so-called Fight against Drug has been qualified by the Islamic republic leaders as a sign of support of their repressive policies.

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