Iranian opposition warns against uptick in Tehran’s terrorist activities

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In a conference held in London on September 13, members of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the main Iranian opposition coalition, as well as politician and dignitaries from the UK discussed the Iranian regime’s aggravating terrorist activities in Europe and especially in Albania against members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

The panel also discussed the role of the Iranian regime’s embassies in espionage and terror activities. Further details were provided about Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian diplomat who was involved in a foiled terror plot against the Free Iran Rally in June, and Reza Amiri Moghaddam, the head of the Iranian regime’s European terror activities in the Intelligence ministry.

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8 thoughts on “Iranian opposition warns against uptick in Tehran’s terrorist activities

  1. No safe harbor. We like to think of diplomats as peacemakers and embassies as safe places but it looks like the regime has twisted all of that. The world needs to show it’s continued support for the Iranian people and their endeavors to topple a corrupt government and work for peace.

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  2. Hope is our best asset. The things you write about are difficult and important. I know that hope can seem small and so far away but that’s a mirage. I wish my words could feed the hungry and shelter the homeless. That feeling reminds me that such things are not a “me” problem but a “we” problem and one that can only be solved by all of us together.

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