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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:49 am on 20 Feb 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Robert Torricelli: “Tomorrow is About Ending Regime in Iran” 

    Senator Robert Torricelli

    Speaking at a rally by Iranians in Warsaw Senator Robert Torricelli said: “The thousands and thousands of Iranians who have risked their lives have taken to the streets of the cities and towns of Iran, they are your choice. The thousands and millions of people of diaspora across Europe, but in America they are the choice, the NCRI is the choice, Maryam Rajavi is the choice. There is a choice for new leadership in Iran.”

    The rally by Iranians supporting the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) on Wednesday was held on the first day of the conference on Middle East in Warsaw Poland.

    Test of speech by former Democratic US Senator Robert Torricelli follows:

    In all the world, there is no better place to meet to speak of freedom than in Warsaw, Poland,
    For 70 years, the Polish people did not negotiate with their oppressors. They didn’t hope for change. They didn’t accommodate their loss of freedom. They never gave up the idea that Poland would be free. Today we come here to demand the same for the Iranian people.

    Well, we congratulate those nations represented here today to discuss the future of the Middle East and Iran. We all speak to those nations that are not here. We understand your desire for accommodation and reconciliation, but there comes a time in life when reality must triumph over hope. We have tried to negotiate with Tehran. There have been negotiations with Tehran. We have hoped for for last 40 years and they have answered us with terrorism or oppression and death. The thousands of martyrs in Iran lying in their graves are a testament to the fact there is no negotiating with this regime. The regime must end now.

    To those nations who believed that they must accommodate Tehran because there is no choice, we say to them, we are the choice, the people of Iran.

    The thousands and thousands of Iranians who have risked their lives have taken to the streets of the cities and towns of Iran, they are your choice. The thousands and millions of people of diaspora across Europe, but in America they are the choice, the NCRI is the choice, Maryam Rajavi is the choice. There is a choice for new leadership in Iran.

    I understand those nations not gathered here today who seek accommodation with Iran because they’re concerned about nuclear weapons. I understand, but stopping the nuclear weapons in Iran won’t make the people who run anymore free. It won’t feed the hungry children in Tehran. It won’t end the oppression of basic rights. They won’t bring a free government. I say to those governments, not here wanting to uphold the nuclear accord there is more the Iranian people deserve than simply banning nuclear weapons and a government, which will kill thousands of its own people, send terrorists to France and Germany and Albania. A government that was imprisoning its own people, murderer its own opponents, cannot be trusted to keep its word on nuclear weapons or any other accord. A murderous regime is not a trusted regime.

    My friends, they can call this conference anything they want, give it any name they want to give it. But here’s the truth: Yesterday was about negotiating with Tehran today and tomorrow is about ending the regime and bringing a free government to Tehran, welcome to the future.

    Thank you all very much.

    https://youtu.be/45wWK85wp_w  via @YouTube

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  • Masoud Dalvand 7:09 pm on 11 Feb 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    The Iranian Communities in Europe will hold a rally to voice the Iranian people’s quest for Freedom and Democracy 

    Simultaneous to #WarsawSummit, The Iranian Communities in Europe will hold a rally to voice the Iranian people’s quest for Freedom and Democracy & to show support for democratic alternative to the regime, NCRI led by Maryam Rajavi

    For Watching The Free Iran Rally In Warsaw, Click On The below link:

     pscp.tv/iran_policy/1YpKkVVbBvXxj?t=52s …

    Live Broadcast:

    https://towardfreeiranwithmaryamrajavi.blogspot.com/p/live-broadcast_20.html

    Join us to be their voice against the Iranian regime’s egregious human rights violations and an upsurge in its terrorist acts on European Soil

    Dignitaries addressing the rally include: Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Sid Ahmad Ghozali, Robert Torricelli, and a large number of Polish MPs and Politicians.

    Location and time:

    Warsaw- Stadion PGE Narodowy, Gate 2 starting at 12:30 PM (local time GMT+1)

    Live on: Twitter: @Iran_Policy | FB: IranNCR |URL: https://www.ncr-iran.org/en



     
  • Masoud Dalvand 11:26 pm on 7 Feb 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Free Iran Rally, Protesting Iranian regime’s Terrorist activities against Opposition on European Soil 

    Free Iran Rally

    Protesting Iranian regime’s Terrorist activities against Opposition on European Soil

    Echoing the voice of the Iranian people for Regime Change on 40th anniversary of 1979 Revolution 

    Place Denfert-Rochereau, Paris

    Call by Iranian Communities on international community:

    • Support #IranProtests and aspirations of the Iranian people for #IranRegimeChange & establishment of democracy
    • Condemn Iranian regime’s terrorist activities against the Iranian opposition on European soil
    • Condemn Mullahs’ human rights violations
    • Adopt a firm policy towards the theocratic regime ruling Iran

    The demonstrations in Iran affirm the balance of power is in fact shifting. #IranProtests are today openly calling for an end to the “velayat-e-faghih”, or Supreme Rule. They want regime change by the people without foreign intervention. The recent developments in Iran also suggest that concomitantly addressing the Iranian regime’s international terrorism which has now surpassed geographical borders with numerous attempted terrorist plots foiled in France, Albania, Denmark in 2018, and its wanton disregard for human rights are not only possible, but also very much attainable. The only viable option is democratic change in Iran — through the Iranian people and their organized opposition movement.

    As nationwide protests and strikes continue across Iran for over a year, and at a time where the cry for regime change and freedom is echoing throughout Iran; Iranian communities from across Europe, will come together in the Free Iran Rally, on Friday, 8 February, to echo the call for a free Iran.

    The conference, which will bring together thousands of Iranian will be addressed by prominent personalities and human and civil rights activists and members of Parliament.

    Thousands from across the Iranian diaspora and representatives of Iranian Associations will come together to address the current situation in Iran, an Iran on the brink of change.

    The rally will begin at 2:00 pm CST and will be broadcasted live on social media and websites of the Resistance and Iranian communities.

    Together we can echo the voice and message of this event!

    What you can do:

    – Inform friends, family and activists interested in human rights and Iran Protests of the event.

    – Share the live broadcast of the gathering on social media to better echo the call for freedom and democracy in Iran.

    follow live on the following social media accounts

    English: NCRI twitterFacebook

    French: CNRI TwitterFacebook

    Arabic: NCRI-Arabic TwitterFacebook

    – Join the online social media campaign, by using the hashtags #FreeIran #IStandwithMaryamRajavi and #IranProtests

    – Show your solidarity by sharing your message through an image or a post on social media using the given hashtags

    – Ask your local media and news outlets to cover the rally and report on the aspirations of the Iranian community.

    Undoubtedly, as the President-elect of Iranian Resistance Maryam Rajavi pointed out in her message,

    We believe it is possible to eradicate high prices, poverty, unemployment, shanty towns, water shortages and environmental calamities. But, before anything else, the trampled political rights, specifically the right to sovereignty of the Iranian people, must be restored and revived. This is the aim of our Resistance and the raison d’etre for the NCRI.the task of overthrowing the regime, bringing about democratic change and establishing a free Iran rests on our own shoulders and those of the Iranian people. At the same time, we would welcome any retreat by the mullahs because one thousand chalices of poison would ultimately serve the interests of 1,000 Ashrafs (resistance units).

    This event can be viewed here, The feed starts around 5 minutes before the event:

    https://towardfreeiranwithmaryamrajavi.blogspot.com/p/live-broadcast_20.html

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 11:09 am on 23 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Getting to know the Iranian regime’s main opposition 

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    The National council of Resistance of Iran with Maryam Rajavi as the president

    On June 20, 1981, the security forces of the Iranian regime opened fire on a peaceful, 500,000–strong demonstration in Tehran, putting a violent end in a tenuous era of peaceful political activism that had started in February 1979 after popular protests toppled the Shah regime and saw the rise of Ruhollah Khomeini and the mullahs to power. On the morrow of June 20, the regime’s forces would arrest, torture and execute anyone affiliated with opposition groups, especially the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

    On July 21, while Khomeini’s regime was fast busy arresting and executing Iranian opposition members by the droves, Massoud Rajavi, the leader of PMOI/MEK, founded the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a coalition of all forces that sought freedom and democracy in Iran.

    Months later, the headquarters of the NCRI were moved to France to create a political umbrella for the struggle for freedom inside Iran.

    At present, 37 years later, the NCRI is the largest and longest standing coalition of Iranian opposition groups against the regime of Tehran and has managed to stand despite countless conspiracies by the Iranian regime and its foreign allies and proponents. Regardless of their station, the members of the NCRI take active part in protests, demonstrations and activities that aim to expose the Iranian regime’s brutality and promote democracy and freedom in Iran.

    The members of the NCRI each have an equal voice and vote in the decisions of the Council, regardless of their political and organizational affiliations. The NCRI’s charter states it seeks to topple the Khomeini regime and to establish a transitional government which will represent all faiths, ethnicities and political tendencies. The transitional government’s main goal is to prepare the grounds for a democratic state and will last a maximum of six months, until the country becomes ready for free and fair elections.

    During the six-month transitional period, Iran’s new constitutional parliament will take shape and will oversee the elections.

    The NCRI is an inclusive coalition, where all walks of life have a voice. More than half of the members of the NCRI are women, a stark contrast to the mullah-ruled Iran, where women are oppressed and under-represented.

    The political platform of the NCRI is summarized by the 10-point plan of its president-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, which has garnered support among political figures, religious leaders and rights activists worldwide, because it addresses all the problems that the world and the Iranian people face in respect with the Iranian regime. Following are key highlights of Mrs. Rajavi’s platform:

    • Free and fair elections and popular vote is the only legitimate path to political power.
    • Respect for freedom of expression, media, political affiliation, and assembly, along with unconditional and uncensored access to internet and other sources of information.
    • The abolishment of the death penalty.
    • Separation of church and state: Freedom of religion and the banning of any form of discrimination based on religion.
    • Gender equality: Banning of discrimination against women and the abolishment of laws that undermine women’s rights in marriage, divorce, clothing, education and employment.
    • Modern legal and judiciary structures: The abolishment of the mullahs’ Sharia law and the incorporation of the presumption of innocence, the right to defense and the right to be tried in a public court.
    • Commitment to human rights based on the Universal Declaration of Humans Rights, and its international covenants and conventions.
    • Commitment to a market economy, with equal opportunity for all Iranians.
    • Peaceful coexistence with other countries and an end to the meddling and destabilizing activities of the mullahs’ regime.
    • Commitment to a non-nuclear Iran. Banning of the development of weapons of mass destruction.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:47 am on 1 Jul 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Regime Overthrow Is Certain, Iran Will Be Free 

    Regime-Overthrow-Is-Certain-Iran-Will-Be-Free- Maryam Rajavi

    Maryam Rajavi at the Resistance’s Grand Gathering in Paris, June 30, 2018

    Speech by Maryam Rajavi
    At the Resistance’s Grand Gathering in Paris
    June 30, 2018

    On Saturday, June 30, 2018, the Iranian Resistance’s grand gathering was held in Paris, France. Delegations from various countries including prominent politicians, members of parliaments, mayors, elected representatives, and international experts on Iran attended the event. The speakers declared their support for the Iranian people’s uprising and the democratic alternative, the National Council of Resistance of Iran. They called on the international community to adopt a firm policy against the mullahs’ religious fascist tyranny and stand by the arisen people of Iran. Below is the full text of her remarks.

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    My fellow compatriots,
    Dear Friends,
    Elected representatives, the honorable dignitaries from across the world

    Greetings to all of you and to my dear compatriots in Iran and the world over. The first thing that must be said today is that flames of the auspicious and liberating uprising are again rising in Tehran and across Iran: Again, Mashhad and Shiraz, Bandar Abbas and Qeshm, Karaj and Kermanshah, Shahriar, Islamshahr, Kashan, Arak, Isfahan, Ram Hormuz, and many other towns and cities.

    Indeed, the uprising cannot be extinguished and will continue without respite, constantly expanding and deepening.

    The roar in the cities and of rebellious youths are the heartbeats of the Iranian nation in the euphoria over a free Iran.

    The thunderous cities and the rebellious youths are the heartbeats of the Iranian nation in the euphoria for a free Iran.

    Hail to my fellow compatriots in Khorramshahr who are thirsting for water and for freedom. You, who explicitly told the mullahs that their prayers are not acceptable to God.

    I have come here on behalf of a Resistance movement which has offered its entire existence to ensure the victory of the Iran uprising, and for Iran’s freedom, pride, and magnificence.

    To the arisen people of Iran,
    I have come here to declare what you want: The overthrow of this regime is inevitable. Victory is certain and Iran will be free.

    And we salute the Mojahedin in Ashraf 3, their home. Congratulations for constructing it with your own hands.

    And onwards toward 1,000 Ashrafs (resistance units) in our occupied homeland.

    The leverage for the overthrow

    Since the January uprising, the signs of change in Iran and the regime’s overthrow have appeared. The prospects for the victory of Iran’s democratic revolution, devoid of the mullahs and the Shah are looming. Through their uprisings and by relying on resistance units, the Iranian people have the leverage they need to topple this regime.

    How and where can we see these realities?

    First, owing to the presence of the Resistance movement, the so-called solution within the religious fascism has become null and void.

    The rebellious population and youth have ended the era of posturing for both factions of the regime. These are the very fearless youth who have chosen the path to fight on and to go on maximum offense no matter what the cost.

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    The continuation of the uprising and the protest movement despite maximum suppression

    The second sign that the phase of the regime’s overthrow has arrived is that for the past six months the Iranian people have waged an uprising and a protest movement despite maximum suppression, despite the so-called suicides by the detainees in the mullahs’ prisons and despite daily arrests and executions designed to intimidate the public.

    The workers at Haft-Tapeh sugar cane factory resumed their uprising. Then, the workers at Ahvaz steel factory, and farmers in Isfahan rose up. Friday prayer worshipers in Isfahan turned their backs on Khamenei’s Friday prayer leader and roared “back to the enemy and facing the nation.”

    Isfahan Province was still simmering when our Arab compatriots in Khuzestan, especially in Ahvaz, rose up. Then came Kurdistan as the lengthy strike in Baneh aroused everyone’s admiration. Then, in the roadmap to overthrow, a new role model emerged: Kazerun, the city of uprising, fire and blood, with daring women, who with their brothers, rocks in hand, overran the heavily-armed enemy forces, imitating the resistance we saw at Camp Ashraf.

    It was there when the uprising accelerated. The strike by toiling truck drivers and owners in 285 cities and in 31 provinces shook the regime to its foundation for 12 days.

    Teachers, the retirees, the swindled, and workers of hundreds of production centers rose up day after day. And last week, the Tehran bazaar rose up and ignited the uprising in Tehran and other cities.

    Iran rose up again, with all its children, with all its nationalities and ethnicities.

    Truly, where is the destination? A free Iran, by eradicating dictatorship and plunder, and by bringing down Khamenei from his seat.

    An explosive and irreversible situation

    The third sign of the inevitable overthrow of the ruling religious fascism is that social tensions and economic crises, especially high prices, unemployment, poverty, and inequality have reached an irreversible point. Everyone senses the explosive state of society. And the mullahs can offer neither a solution nor are willing or able to resolve the problems.

    The velayat-e faqih lacks any legitimacy. Khamenei’s standing has plummeted dramatically. The regime has run out of cash. The Revolutionary Guards and the unpopular Bassij forces have been hit with defections. The moderation masquerade to preserve the regime has been unmasked. And the regime in its entirety is drowning in the abyss of internal feuding.
    And now, it is the regime’s advocates who are admitting the existence of two warring governments at the top of the ruling establishment. One of them openly said, “We are getting close to purge one of the two governments, either the hidden government will take full control of governance, or will be forced to relinquish parts of its authority.”

    The collapse of appeasement policy

    The fourth sign of the phase of the regime’s overthrow is that internationally, the mullahs have lost the most important backer of the policy of appeasement, namely the United States. The international shield safeguarding the regime has fallen by the way side. The mullahs have practically lost their JCPOA. The avalanche of successive sanctions is hitting them hard, undercutting their ability to engage in warmongering and adventurism in the region. An arms and oil embargo, demanded by the Iranian Resistance since four decades ago, is in the process of being implemented. And the era of labelling, bombing and suppressing the opposition at the behest of the regime has come to an end.

    The blood of martyrs and suffering of those detained fuel the fire of the uprisings

    The fifth and most important signal of the phase of the mullahs’ overthrow is that the very development which the mullahs feared the most has happened: the linkage between the fury of the deprived and oppressed and the organized Resistance movement. All regime leaders have repeatedly acknowledged this fact. And in this way, they are admitting that the regime’s end is coming.

    Indeed, the regime’s overthrow is coming.

    In 2013, following the massacre of 52 Mojahedin members at Camp Ashraf, when several others were taken hostage, Massoud Rajavi announced the road-map for creating 1,000 Ashrafs (resistance units) inside Iran so that the organization which leads the uprising could be linked with the arisen people of Iran. Accordingly, units and councils for the national resistance became the tip of the spear of the strategy for uprising and overthrow in Iran’s risen and rebellious cities. This is how the blood of the martyrs and the suffering of those detained since June 20, 1981 until today, are fueling the uprisings. As Massoud Rajavi said, “If Iran stands, the world will stand with us and by our side.”

    A passionate generation thirsty for freedom has risen. Those taking part in the uprising joined by resistance units have opened a new path. Rise up and walk along this path. Join hands with them and respond to their call for a free Iran. And say you are ready.

    You saw that the people of Varzaneh took over the city’s entry points. Kazerunis took over the streets, and truck drivers and owners took over the highways. And you saw how the young people in Tehran, in Lalehzar, Ferdowsi, Shoush, Mellat and Ekbatan exhibited enormous courage in confronting the ruthless security agents and built entrenchments in the streets.

    This is the Iranian nation’s fight to take over the entire country and take back Iran from the occupiers, the mullahs.

    The overthrow of this regime requires resistance units and a liberation army

    The campaign to create phony alternatives has become prevalent these days. And this too is another sign of the phase of the regime’s overthrow. But the crux of the matter is how they are going to actually bring down this regime. This is especially the case because the blood of the martyrs has permanently blocked the path to reform within the clerical regime and the return of the monarchy.

    Now, if one can topple this regime without an organization and leadership, without passing through the test of time and sacrifice, without paying any price, and without any sacrifice, we say, please, go ahead and don’t delay.

    If one can restore the people’s sovereignty without a history of fighting against two regimes, without drawing the lines with dictatorship and dependency, without a nationwide resistance and the galaxy of its martyrs, without challenging the principle of the velayat-e faqih and fake moderates, we say go ahead and don’t delay.

    If one can topple the mullahs without challenging Khomeini over the unpatriotic Iran-Iraq war, ending the inferno of that war, and discrediting the motto of “liberating Qods via Karbala”; without compelling Khomeini to accept the ceasefire by launching 100 military operations by the National Liberation Army of Iran, which captured the city of Mehran and marched to the gates of Kermanshah; and without exposing the regime’s nuclear weapons, missile, chemical and microbiological programs and facilities, yes, go ahead and don’t delay.

    If without exposing the regime’s human rights abuses and crimes in 64 UN resolutions, without the campaign for justice for the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, without the campaign by the supporters of the resistance worldwide and insisting on the rights of the Iranian nation for four decades, without the specific platform and programs of the NCRI and the Provisional Government for the transition of sovereignty to the Iranian people, and finally without a tested leader, who has guided this ferocious struggle for five decades, one can leap frog this fifty-year path in one night and create real change, while dreaming about foreign support, we say go ahead, the ball is in your court.

    But let me say, such a fantasy is only possible with an Iraq-like occupation, meaning through a foreign intervention. Such a scenario already has a foregone conclusion.

    In these 40 years, all the claimants who were unwilling to pay the price tested their chances. But the realities and experience have shown that this dark and evil regime will neither be reformed, nor turn “green” or “velvet.”

    The overthrow of this regime inevitably requires the willingness to pay the price, requires honesty and sacrifice; requires an organization and a strong political alternative, and requires resistance units and a liberation army.

    Nevertheless, as Massoud Rajavi said when appraising the January uprising, “We are not rivals to anyone seeking to assume power. And most certainly, no one can rival the MEK when it comes to honesty, sacrifice and paying the price.”

    National Solidarity Front to overthrow the religious dictatorship

    16 years ago, the Iranian Resistance adopted the plan on the National Solidarity Front for the Overthrow of the Ruling Religious Dictatorship and declared that it was prepared to cooperate will all forces who want a republican form of government, who are committed to the complete rejection of the velayat-e faqih regime and who struggle for a democratic, independent Iran, based on separation of religion and state.

    In the past four decades, the NCRI, beyond typical political rhetoric, has paid a heavy price in blood and treasure for each and every one of its declarations, ratifications and commitments.

    We call for the establishment of a society, based on freedom, democracy, and equality, which has clear demarcations with despotism and dependence as well as gender, ethnic and class discrimination. We have defended and will defend gender equality, the right to freely choose one attire, separation of religion and state, autonomy of nationalities, equal political and social rights for all citizens of Iran, abolition of death penalty, freedom of expression, parties, the media, assembly, unions, associations, councils and syndicates.

    The NCRI’s 12-point plan for the autonomy of the Iranian Kurdistan, adopted and announced 35 years ago, continues to be one of the most comprehensive global examples addressing the rights of nationalities. A free and non-nuclear Iran will promote peaceful coexistence with its neighbors, and welcomes regional and international cooperation.

    This is the visage of the democratic alternative which rejects the mullahs’ rule or any form of dictatorship.

    In this path, the first step is to transfer sovereignty to the people of Iran. By relying on the Iranian people and a popular base one can avert chaos and insecurity and safeguard the integrity of Iran and Iranians, rendering it a proud nation.

    According to the NCRI’s program, following the regime’s overthrow, a provisional six-month government will be formed, whose primary task is to form a constituent assembly through free elections with the general, direct, equal and secret ballot. This constituent assembly must draft the constitution of the new republic within two years and put it to vote. It must also set up the principal institutions of the new republic based on the people’s vote.

    The violated sovereignty of the Iranian people must be revived

    We believe it is possible to eradicate high prices, poverty, unemployment, shanty dwelling, water shortage and environmental calamities. But, before anything else, the trampled political rights, specifically the right to sovereignty of the Iranian people, must be restored and revived. This is the aim of our Resistance and the raison d’etre for the NCRI.

    But the Iranian regime has benefitted the most by denying the wherewithal enjoyed by this Resistance and this alternative and by using western appeasers to suppress this movement.

    Therefore, as far as Iran in concerned, without recognizing the Resistance and the right to resist, the damages the policy of appeasement has inflicted on the Iranian people cannot be rectified.

    As we have always stated, and I repeat, the task of overthrowing the regime, bringing about democratic change and establishing a free Iran rests on our shoulders and those of the Iranian people. At the same time, we welcome any retreat by the mullahs. Because one thousand chalices of poison serve the interests of 1,000 Ashrafs, or resistance units.

    Today, the brave children of Iran are completely immersed with the task of uprisings. I hail the courageous women of Iran, who are leading the way everywhere. I also hail the young people and members of resistance units, who even in captivity underscore their PMOI identity, which terrifies the regime.

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    Giving it all to advance the uprising

    I call on you to give practical support to the uprisings. All Iranians, wherever they are, can help and advance the uprising. Also, you, the Iranian youth, who are present here, can do a lot. This is our commitment and our pledge to the Iranian nation to put everything in the service of the uprisings, give it all and sacrifice at all fronts to advance the uprising.

    Literally, every moment and every second with the uprising, and every one for the uprising.

    I hail all the martyrs and the defiant prisoners from June 20, 1981, until today. I hail those eternal flames of love, Sediqeh Mojaveri and Neda Hassani, on the 15th anniversary of their martyrdom. May their memories and names last forever!

    I am well aware that your unsparing emotions is directed at the galaxy of the martyrs of the Resistance and the Iranian people’s liberation army as well as those in the uprisings, the resistance units and the steadfast prisoners and especially those massacred in 1988 in the regime’s prisons 30 years ago.

    From the depth of the dark night
    A Rose blossoms
    Winter will no doubt pass
    The harbinger of spring with thousands of roses will certainly follow

    Hail to freedom
    Hail to the people of Iran
    Hail to all of you.

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 12:36 pm on 30 Jun 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Grand Gathering of Iranians, Free Iran 2018 in Paris – The Alternative, Live Stream. 

    Live Stream the Grand Gathering in Paris June 30

    On 30th June 2018 the Iranian diaspora hold their largest gathering ever in Paris. Thousands of thousands of freedom loving individuals from five continents gathered with one simple message “Free Iran” and to voice their support for the democratic alternative represented by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and its President-elect, Maryam Rajavi, for democratic change.

    Maryam Rajvai Free Iran 2018

    Maryam Rajavi with personalities and MPs from over 50 countries in the Free Iran – The Alterntive, gathering – Villepinte, June 30, 2018.

    Maryam Rajavi in her speech said:

    The first thing that must be said this year is that flames of the auspicious and liberating uprising are again rising in Tehran and across Iran.

    The signs of change in Iran and the regime’s overthrow have appeared. The prospects for the victory of Iran’s democratic revolution, devoid of the mullahs and the Shah are looming.

    For the past six months the Iranian people have waged an uprising and a protest movement despite maximum suppression.

    Last week, the Tehran bazaar rose up and ignited the uprising in Tehran and other cities. Iran again rose up, with all its children, with all its nationalities and ethnicities.

    And we salute the Mojahedin in Ashraf 3, their home. Congratulations to you and the people of Iran for constructing it with your own hands.

    Truly, where is the destination? A free Iran, by eradicating dictatorship, until Khamenei is brought down from his seat.

    Ali Khamenei lacks any legitimacy. His standing has plummeted dramatically. The regime has run out of cash. The IRGC and the Bassij forces have been hit with defections. The moderation masquerade to preserve the regime has been unmasked.

    Internationally, the mullahs have lost the most important backer of the policy of appeasement, namely the U.S. The int’l shield safeguarding the regime has fallen off. The mullahs have practically lost their JCPOA. And successive sanctions are hitting them hard.

    In this gathering the bipartisan delegation of US dignitaries go on the stage & are enthusiastically welcomed by the audience. Mayor Giuliani reads out a statement signed by 33 US personalities in support of the NCRI & Maryam Rajavi.

    Live stream: Also you can watch the gathering on the below link:

    https://secure.synople.tv/site/freeIran/freeiran2018-en.html

     

     

     
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