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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:10 pm on 13 Sep 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    A New Graphic Novel – a Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs. 

    A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs: The True Story of a Teenager Who Stood up to the Mullahs’ Regime in Iran.

    Freedom Star

    Iran-A-New-Graphic-Novel---a-Little-Prince-in-the-Land-of-the-MullahsThe true story of a young freedom-loving Iranian man

    The story of “A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs” is a graphic novel about the Iranian youth’s fight for freedom. Published by “Société des écrivains” publishers and prefaced by Ingrid Betancourt, this new graphic book is the story of Ahmad, an intrepid young Iranian, driven by the ideals of freedom, shared happiness and equality.

    Carried by the hope of one day making them known to his country and people, he faced the violence of the totalitarian regime of the mullahs, risking his life in a long and difficult struggle that took him to prison.

    Ahmad Raouf-Basharidoust, born in 1964 to a middle-class family and raised in northern Iran, tells of his childhood in Shah’s Iran, the 1979 revolution and Khomeini’s rise to power. He goes on to depict the circumstances in which this intelligent…

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  • Masoud Dalvand 10:42 am on 9 Sep 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK): 54 Years After Its Founding, The Central Democratic Alternative for Iran’s Regime 

    Ms. Zahra Merrikhi, Secretary General of the MEK

    Today, after 40 years of religious dictatorship in Iran’s political arena, this regime is besieged by crises in all political, social and economic areas, and so on. The Iranian society is also inflamed and ready to revolt against the Velayat-e Faqih (absolute rule of the mullahs) regime.

    In such circumstances, what reassures the Iranian people of the future of a country with its enormous role in civilization, culture and human history is the existence of a democratic alternative to this religious dictatorship in the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

    The NCRI coalition, comprised of Iranian political organizations, groups and personalities, was founded in 1982 by Massoud Rajavi, the historical PMOI leader, in Tehran. From 1992 onward, after being elected by the NCRI, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi has been the NCRI President-elect for the transition era to the people following the overthrow of the mullahs’ dictatorial regime.

    The PMOI was founded on September 6, 1965, by three university graduates.

    54 years later, on the anniversary of the MEK founding, with more than five decades of resistance against a dictatorship, with an organized structure and having an extensive network checkered across Iran, parallel to its committed members, the PMOI/MEK has become Iran’s only hope for the future.

    The hope gained by the Mojahedin’s massive sacrifice over more than five decades of their glorious life.

    The sacrifice that began with the execution of the organization founders, and many of its members and leadership by the Shah’s regime, followed with the execution of more than 120,000 PMOI/MEK members and sympathizers, including the summer 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in prisons around the country by the mullah’s regime.

    The MEK has also played an unparalleled role in the fight against terrorism and the mullahs’ warfare, and in preserving international peace by exposing the regime’s nuclear and missile program, along with its offensive warfare and its destructive and terrorist activities in the Middle East and across the globe.

    Outside Iran, in Europe, the US and Canada, and even across to Australia, tens of thousands of MEK supporters have always shown widespread support for the MEK by attending large annual rallies or marches and demonstrations in various cities around the world.

    Furthermore, a large number of political figures, MPs, leaders and members of various communities and unions in Europe, America, Canada to Asia, the Middle East and Australia have repeatedly supported and solidified with the Iranian Resistance movement led by the PMOI/MEK and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi.

    The Iranian Resistance President-elect has declared the movement’s network of Resistance Units.

    Within Iran, the MEK’s Resistance Units have been leading the protests and uprisings of various strata of the Iranian people, and have played a leading role in guiding popular protests against the dictatorship.

    In such circumstances, having comprehensive plans and programs to solve the most pressing problems of the Iranian society, and organizing a large network of resistance units and Iranian people inside and outside Iran who support the MEK’s programs and at the beginning of the 55th year of the MEK existence, has become the sole hope of the Iranian people for the establishment of freedom, democracy, human rights and justice in the NCRI democratic axis.

    This hope will soon come true for the overthrow of the mullahs’ dictatorial regime in Iran.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 9:01 pm on 5 Sep 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    EU Must Consider the Human Rights Violations in Negotiations With Iran’s Regime 

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    While the world follows closely U.S.-Iran tensions in the Middle East, and Iran’s breaching of the 2015 nuclear deal, one shouldn’t forget about the gross human rights violations in Iran.

    According to statistics published by the state-run media, human rights activists including the Human Rights Monitor (HRM), Iran’s regime continues executions and holds the record of execution per capita.

    According to the HRM, in the first six months of 2019, Iran announced 99 executions. This includes two women and eight public executions. In addition, HRM reported that in 2019, at least three of the executed people were under the age of 18 at the time of their arrest.

    The Iranian regime is the world record holder of executing women and minors. According to a report by the Amnesty International, two of the executed minors in April were also condemned to lashing.

    The Iranian Regime’s Judiciary condemns political activists and Iranian dissidents, under the term of “Moharebeh” or waging war against God, and “Mofsed-e-fel Aarz” or corruption on Earth. The regime frequently uses these charges for condemning the supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, MEK). In May 2018, Mohammad Mogheyseh head of the regime’s 28th branch of Tehran Revolutionary Court, condemned Abdollah Ghasempour, 34 years old, to execution for having relationships with the MEK.

    The Iranian regime has a record of political purges and executions. In the summer of 1988, more than 30,000 members and supporters of the MEK and other dissident groups were executed with a Fatwa (religious decree), issued by the regime’s founder Ruhollah Khomeini.  After nearly 30 years, there are very few signs of their burial locations.

    A quick glance at the Iranian regime’s systematic human rights violation sparks this question that shouldn’t European powers include human rights in their political relations and negotiations with the regime?

    Do EU governments care about the human rights in Iran, in particular the 1988 massacre, as much as they are interested in creating a mechanism to fund this regime and continue their business with it?

    It is high time that in any negotiations or relations with dictatorial regimes, such as the one in Iran, human rights be the central condition.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 5:26 pm on 31 Aug 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Amnesty International: UN Must Investigate Iran’s 1988 Massacre 

    In the lead-up to the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances on 30 August, Amnesty International on Wednesday called on the United Nations to set up an independent investigation into Iran’s1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners.

    The Iranian authorities’ “continued failure to disclose the fate and whereabouts of thousands of politicaldissidents who were forcibly disappeared and extrajudicially executed in secret during Iran’s 1988 prisonmassacres has sparked a crisis that for decades has been largely overlooked by the international community,” Amnesty International said on its website on August 28, 2019.

    “Thousands of the victims’ deaths remain unregistered and, across the country, there are thousands of missing bodies buried in unidentified mass graves. For more than 30 years, the Iranian authorities have failed to officially acknowledge the existence of these mass graves and concealed their locations causing immeasurable suffering to families who are still seeking answers about their missing loved ones,” thehuman rights group wrote.

    Philip Luther, Middle East and North Africa Research and Advocacy Director at Amnesty International, said: “The families of those secretly killed in the 1988 prison massacres are still living through a nightmare. They and many others in Iran are haunted by the thousands of missing bodies, which have cast a spectre over the country’s justice system to this day.”

    “It is misguided to view the 1988 mass killings as historical events. The enforced disappearances are ongoing and, 30 years later, victims’ families continue to be tormented by anguish and uncertainty over the fate of their loved ones,” he added.

    Under international law, the crime of enforced disappearance continues until the state reveals the fate or whereabouts of the individual concerned and this requires, when the disappeared person is found to be dead, returning the remains of the victims to their families.

    Amnesty International’s December 2018 report Blood-soaked secrets: Why Iran’s 1988 prison massacres are ongoing crimes against humanity concluded that by continuing to systematically conceal the fate and whereabouts of victims of the secret extrajudicial killings of 1988 in Iran, Iranian authorities are committing the ongoing crime against humanity of enforced disappearance.

    The Iranian authorities have an obligation under international law to investigate these ongoing crimes and to provide victims with truth, justice and reparations, Amnesty International wrote. They should involve independent experts in exhuming and identifying the remains, including through DNA analysis, return the remains of deceased victims to their families and allow the families to conduct commemorations and dispose of those remains according to their own beliefs, religion or culture.

    In any case of a death, the authorities have a duty to issue a death certificate, setting out accurately the date, location and cause of death. However, for victims of the secret extrajudicial killings of 1988 this has not happened in thousands of cases.  

    “Crimes against humanity are exactly what the term suggests: crimes so serious that they concern not only their victims, survivors and the state in question but also humanity as a whole,” said Philip Luther.

    “UN member states must use every opportunity, including the upcoming review of Iran’s human rights record at the UN Human Rights Council in November, to press the Iranian government to identify mass graves and reveal the fate and whereabouts of all victims of these tragic events.”

    Amnesty International has called for the UN to set up an independent investigation into the extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances to establish the truth, enable prosecutions of those suspected of responsibility and ensure that survivors and families of victims receive reparations.

    The human rights group’s appeal further stated:

    The Iranian authorities did not return the bodies of any of the victims of the extrajudicial killings of 1988 to families. They also refused to tell most families where the bodies were buried, in an apparent effort to eliminate all trace of the victims.

    Amnesty International knows of only five cities – Ahvaz, Ardabil, Ilam, Mashhad and Rudsar – where the authorities eventually told some families verbally that their loved ones were buried in mass graves and revealed their locations. However, publicly and officially, the authorities have never acknowledged these or other known or suspected mass grave sites across the country, which have been subjected to desecration and destruction.

    According to information obtained by Amnesty International, in several other cities, including Bandar Anzali, Esfahan, Hamedan, Masjed Soleiman, Shiraz, Semnan and Tehran, the authorities gave a few families the location of individual graves and allowed them to install headstones, but many fear that the authorities may have deceived them and that these graves may be empty.

    In the case of Tehran, these concerns are reinforced by Amnesty International’s finding that 99% of the names on 335 gravestones at the Behest Zahra cemetery that the authorities have attributed to victims of the mass killings are not registered in the cemetery’s online burial registers; only three are registered.

    There are reports that many of these individual gravestones were erected suddenly in late 1988 and early 1989 without any sign of prior digging or burial in the area. Some families and survivors suspect that the authorities identified these graves in an attempt to trivialize the number of those killed and show that the location of their remains was known. They fear that in fact these victims may have been buried in unmarked mass graves along with several thousand other victims.

    In one case a family discovered in June 2017 that the ground beneath the headstone where they had believed their loved one was buried for decades was in fact empty and contained no bones or other remains.

    Background on Iran’s 1988 massacre

    In the summer of 1988, the Iranian regime summarily and extra-judicially executed tens of thousands ofpolitical prisoners held in jails across Iran.

    The facts:

    • More than 30,000 political prisoners were massacred in Iran in the summer of 1988.
    • The massacre was carried out on the basis of a fatwa by Khomeini.
    • The vast majority of the victims were activists of the opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran(PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK).
    • Death Commissions approved all the death sentences.
    • Alireza Avaei, a member of the Death Commissions, is today Hassan Rouhani’s Justice Minister.
    • The perpetrators of the 1988 massacre have never been brought to justice.
    • On August 9, 2016, an audio tape was published for the first time of Khomeini’s former heir acknowledging that that massacre took place and had been ordered at the highest levels.
     
  • Masoud Dalvand 10:25 am on 2 Aug 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Demonstration by 3000 Iranians in London 

    On Saturday, July 27, 2019, some 3000 Iranians demonstrated on the streets of central London and demanded comprehensive sanctions against the mullahs’ regime and the terrorist listing of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and the Office of the Supreme Leader. They supported the Iranian Resistance and its president-elect, Maryam Rajavi, and her 10-point plan for the future of Iran.

    They emphasized that while the clerical regime was at risk of being overthrown by the people and the Resistance, the Ministry of Intelligence and the terrorist IRGC Quds Force, more than ever, try to demonize the Iranian Resistance through “mullah-friendly reporters” in various countries especially in the UK in publications such as The Guardian, by spreading fake news. But investing on this faltering regime is doomed to fail. Appeasing the mullahs, the most important source of terrorism and warmongering in the region and in the world, on the pretext of preventing war is as harmful and dangerous as the 1938 agreement with Hitler.

    Mrs. Rajavi told the demonstrators: “Your demonstration today in London, marks the peak of a series of Free Iran rallies taken place over the past one-and-a-half months in Brussels, Washington D.C., Berlin, and Stockholm. It is also an extension of the Iranian Resistance’s 5-day annual gatherings, two weeks ago, at Asharf-3.”

    Demonstration of 3000 Iranians in London

    She added peace and freedom peace and freedom can only be earned through fighting the mullahs’ religious dictatorship. This is in diametric opposition to the proponents of appeasement who defend the regime under the guise of peace. The result of the policy of appeasement, the clampdown on the PMOI, and overlooking the violations of human rights in Iran in the nuclear deal can be seen in the regime’s attacks on shipping in the Persian Gulf, jeopardizing regional and international security and its terrorist and espionage operations in Europe and the United States.

    Emphasizing that the mullahs understand no language except the language of force and firmness, Mrs. Rajavi called on Britain and Europe to halt giving concessions to the mullahs, to not help them decrease the sanctions, and to place the IRGC and the MOIS, Khamenei’s office and Hassan Rouhani on the terror list, and instead of shaking hands with the religious fascism, to stand on the side of the people of Iran for regime change… She specifically urged the new UK government to support human rights and to take action to send an international fact-finding mission to Iran to visit the regime’s prisons and the political prisoners particularly, the women.

    “The ruling regime is surrounded by an impatient nation confident that her liberation will not be realized unless the mullahs are overthrown. The clerical regime has no more strength or resources and is struggling in a quagmire which will lead to its overthrow. The era of religious fascism is coming to an end; Iran will be free,” Mrs. Rajavi concluded.

    Prominent politicians such as Matthew Offord MP, chairman of the British Committee for Iran Freedom; Struan Stevenson, coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change; Senator Catherine Noone, Deputy Leader of the Irish Senate; Jim Higgins, former Member of the European Parliament; Senator Gerry Horkan of Ireland; Roger Godsiff MP; Paulo Casaca, former MEP; Brian Binley, former MP; Roger Lyons, former President of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in the United Kingdom, members of The Law Society of England and Wales, Dr. Mohammad al-Sheikhli, jurist and lawyer of the People’s Mojahedin in Ashraf; Mrs. Dowlat Nowrouzi, the representative of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the UK; and the NCRI’s Hossein Abedini spoke at the rally.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 9:42 am on 22 Jul 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    MEK is the alternative to Iran’s regime, Rudy Giuliani tells Hannity on FOX NEWS 

    Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani told Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” on Friday that the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), represents the democratic alternative to the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

    “There is an alternative. The MEK is an alternative. The NCRI … is an alternative to the government. And they’re willing to go in there and do the tough work. All they need is our support,” Mayor Giuliani told Sean Hannity on July 19, 2019.

    Earlier in the day, the Iranian regime seized a U.K. flagged vessel, and according to Mayor Giuliani, the United States could respond in a way to make it very difficult for the regime to survive.

    “If we could make it impossible for them to develop nuclear weapons in the next five to 10 years, I’m convinced there’ll be regime change there,” Mayor Giuliani said.

    “I mean, it could happen this year or next year. The other thing that’s underestimated – and I saw significant video evidence of this, and I have a couple of interviews I want to show you. The protests in Iran are very significant. I saw the video evidence of thousands of people in the street. And it’s gone beyond just political protests. Taxi drivers, all the teachers in Iran, went on strike, and they are carrying posters ‘Down with the ayatollah.’ That’s in risk of their lives. ‘Down with Rouhani.’ And they’re chanting support for Madam [Maryam] Rajavi and the people in the coalition government. And this is fact. You can see it,” he said.

    “You also see signs [in Iran]. I saw several signs of men selling their kidneys for $500 in order to feed their families,” he continued. “So, they’re in significantly difficult trouble.”

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 8:19 am on 20 Jul 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Free Iran March for freedom in Stockholm on July 20, to urge European government to end appeasement towards Iran’s regime. 

    Supporters of the main democratic Iranian opposition group to the mullahs’ regime, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin e Khalq (MEK), will rally in Stockholm on Saturday to urge European government to end their appeasement policy towards the mullahs’ dictatorship in Iran and instead recognize the right of Iranian people to overthrow their dictators.

    Mujahedeen-e Khalq (MEK) supporters in Europe and the United States are urging world powers to impose sanctions on the mullahs’ regime in Iran. The MEK supporters are in particular demanding sanctions against the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani.

    The MEK supporters in Sweden support opposition leader Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point plan for a future free and democratic Iran.

    The MEK supporters will say that any government that partners with Iran’s regime to circumvent sanctions is complicit in preserving an inhumane dictatorship. Imposing sanctions on the mullahs’ regime aids the people of Iran in their struggle against this dictatorship, the MEK supporters will say.

    The International community, and specifically the EU, must recognize that resistance is the Iranian people’s right to establish the sovereignty of the people of Iran, the MEK supporters will say in the demonstration in the Swedish capital on Saturday, July 20, 2019.

    Prominent Swedish dignitaries and lawmakers are scheduled to speak at Saturday’s march and rally.

    The march is being held against a backdrop of international tensions over the Iranian regime’s violations of the 2015 international nuclear deal and its recent spate of terrorist attacks in the region.

    The march by supporters of the MEK (PMOI) will follow ‘Free Iran’ marches in June and July by MEK supporters in BerlinBrussels and Washington in solidarity with the anti-regime protests that have rocked Iran since December 2017.

    The Iranian opposition held its annual ‘Free Iran’ conference on July 13, 2019 at ‘Ashraf 3’, the headquarters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK or PMOI) in Albania. Hundreds of lawmakers, officials and dignitaries from around the world flocked to Albania to join the 2019 Free Iran conference.

    Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi was the event’s keynote speaker.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 9:56 am on 19 Jul 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Understanding the Current State of the Iranian Regime 

    Crises are engulfing the regime ruling Iran

    These days, the fascist regime ruling Iran is in the worst state of its 40-year history, surrounded by a multitude of political, social and economic crises. Iranian officials are regularly confessing to their regime’s deadlock and their incapacity to find a way out.

    In contrast, the Iranian resistance and the people of Iran are gaining momentum with every passing day, especially after putting behind one of the greatest political acts of their history.

    In this short piece, we will briefly examine the current status of the Iranian regime.

    To understand the current state of the Iranian regime and its supreme leader Ali Khamenei, one must not listen to the official statements of the regime’s officials and its media. The real state of the regime is reflected in undisclosed discussions and developments that are happening within the regime.

    Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani regularly says that the current state of his regime is even worse than the time of the eight-year Iran-Iraq war.

    Ali Rabiei, the spokesperson of Rouhani’s government and a veteran torturer and interrogator in the 1980s, stated it more clearly. “The current sanctions can’t be compared to the previous round of sanctions. I’ve seen that sometimes their comparing these two eras, but it’s incomparable,” Rabiei said on July 14.

    Meanwhile, analysts with ties to the regime constantly try to find evidence and documents to prove that the regime is on the right side and the U.S. is on the wrong side of the history, and thus try to boost the morale of the regime’s troops and prevent its shaking ranks from collapsing.

    In this regard, on July 15, the state-run Mehr news agency ran a piece on a supposed interview with one of the former members of the U.S. nuclear negotiations team. “One of the former members of the nuclear negotiations teams from the U.S., Richard Nephew, who is renowned for being the architect of sanctions [against the Iranian regime] during Obama’s presidency, said, ‘The U.S. can’t return to the trigger mechanism, and therefore the reinstatement of the sanctions will be difficult,'” Mehr wrote.

    On the other hand, other state-run newspapers, while trying not to portray a critical situation, can’t paint a better picture.

    For instance, Arman, a newspaper that is closely tied to Rouhani’s faction, wrote on July 15, “Currently, the U.S. is effectively rallying the international community in its favor. Tehran is no in difficult conditions. The Europeans have shown that they can’t stand up against the U.S. Therefore, with the current situation, the main concern is to settle the issue in a way that doesn’t lead to military confrontation.”

    Meanwhile, Keyhan, which reflects the views of Khamenei, also on July 15 ran a piece that caused much concern within the regime. Keyhan wrote, “For 12 years, world powers accused [the regime] for developing nuclear bombs. After years this illusion had faded due to the negotiations, yet the case of the Possible Military Dimension of Iran’s nuclear program was not closed. In recent days we witnessed the session of the IAEA at the demand of the U.S., in which they issued a resolution, stressing that instead of PMD, the [regime’s] nuclear program has military dimensions and our activities in the past were illegal. Signing the nuclear deal turned these allegations to a credible and lawful international document. Therefore, the tension is interminable.”

    Keyhan Also pictured regime’s isolation: “We are not having problems only with world powers. We face problems in dealing with countries in the Middle East such as the Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE.”

    These tensions have pushed the regime to edge, causing constant panic for its authorities, therefore it is looking for a credible mediator in order to defuse tensions. 

    Whether the news is right or wrong, engineered or not, picture one hard reality:  the Iranian regime is at a dead end and cannot get out of it unless it backs down from its so-called “principals” and yields so the demands of the international community. However, doing so will irreversibly damage the entire regime; right at a time when its viable alternative, the NCRI and MEK, are gaining momentum with their series of massive gathering and marches from Brussels, Washington, D.C. to Berlin, with Stockholm and London still on schedule.

    And at its peak in Ashraf -3, as well as the activities of the MEK Resistance Units inside Iran. 

     
    • wizzymedpower 6:39 am on 20 Jul 2019 Permalink

      “The Iranian resistance and the people of Iran are gaining momentum with every passing day, especially after putting behind one of the greatest political acts of their history”. Thanks for the Goodness of the LORD. God reign in the city of Iran Amen!

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    • Masoud Dalvand 7:48 am on 20 Jul 2019 Permalink

      Thank you so much dear friend Israel for your great support. God bless you.

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    • wizzymedpower 10:22 am on 20 Jul 2019 Permalink

      You’re welcome Dalvand!

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    • Masoud Dalvand 4:58 pm on 20 Jul 2019 Permalink

      Thank you.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 3:40 pm on 15 Jul 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Conference, “1988 Massacre in Iran, Perpetrators must be TRIED” 

    Litigation for the 1988 Massacre Political Prisoners. Trial of Perpetrators of Massacre.

    Iran’s regime executed some 30,000 political prisoners in the 1988 Massacre. We will urge the world community to hold the perpetrators accountable.

    At the Call-for-Justice for #1988Massacre Conference demanding prosecution of its perpetrators and masterminds at an international court – Ashraf 3.

    The massacre of political prisoners was a blood-drenched encounter between the Middle Ages and a generation which created the 1979 revolution, a generation resolved to achieve a society based on freedom & equality, but encountered the monster of religious fascism.

    The 1988 Massacre was the horrifying scene of such historic confrontation, but it was not the end. It was the beginning a new confrontation which still continues and will write the fate of the Iranian nation in freedom.

    The time has come for the international community to end 3 decades of impunity for the leaders of the regime in Iran, holding Khamenei and his accomplice accountable for their crimes against humanity and the genocide committed in the 1988 Massacre at an international tribunal.

    You can see the conference at the links below:

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 2:41 pm on 12 Jul 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    120 Years of Struggle of the Iranian People for Freedom 

    Day 2 of international conferences on Iran in “Ashraf 3”, Albania

    Ashraf-3, home to Iran’s democratic opposition in Albania, is hosting the second of a series of conference about Iran and the alternative that exists to the mullahs’ regime. Today’s conference is titled: “120 years of struggle of the Iranian people for freedom.” Several thousand members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (Mujahedin-e Khalq, PMOI or MEK) reside at Ashraf-3. The NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee will be covering the event live as it unfolds. We’ll be live-steaming and tweeting the event beginning 15.45 European time on July 12, 2019. See below for updates.

    120 YEARS OF STRUGGLE OF THE IRANIAN PEOPLE FOR FREEDOM.

    The price for freedom has always been high, but there are those who take it upon themselves to pay this price, people who sacrifice their lives for the freedom of others, those who have an eternal place in the history of mankind. We will be paying tribute to those who have fallen for freedom in Iran and addressing the struggle of the Iranian people for freedom and democracy. The program will be broadcasted live on social media.

     
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