The second and third sequel in the Al Arabiya TV program “Hellish Era” was devoted to an interview with Mr. Behzad Naziri, member of NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee. He talks about the martyrdom of his sister Geitei and his escape from regime’s prison and the arrest of his father.
Al Arabiya: Behzad has kept a few pictures of him and his sister Geitei who was executed 40 days before the arrest of Behzad at age 24. Despite the passage of 30 years and his escape from Iran, the hardship in the prison and the sadness in his eyes looking at his sister are still with him. The story of revolution in Iran, before all else, is the story of Behzad and Guity.
Cyprus police say they have arrested a second suspect in connection with a large seizure of ammonium nitrate, which can be turned into an explosive, The Associated Press reported.
Police said Saturday that the 62-year-old Lebanese-Cypriot suspect, who has been living on the island for years, brought the five tons of the chemical compound to Cyprus from Lebanon as chemical ice contained in first-aid packs.
Dr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras who was Vice-President of European Parliament from 1999-2014 and currently chairs the Brussels-based International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) argues that it’s high time for Western leaders to support the democratic opposition and permanently unseat the mullahs from power.
In an article published in EuroActive Vidal-Quadras, strongly welcomed the recent joint statement of 220 members of the European Parliament supporting the democratic opposition to the regime and demanding that a possible international accord over Iran’s illicit nuclear program include provisions for inspections of its military sites.
The tomb of Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Iranian mullahs’ regime in Tehran is being expanded and renovated. This site was built by organizations associated with the Revolutionary Guards and its cost so far is in hundreds of billions of tomans.
State-run Kayhan daily run an article titled “This is the grave of Imam of the miserables or the palace of kings?” and wrote: “These days if you happen to be around Khomeini’s tomb, you will see that this place is no longer the grave of Imam of the miserable, but a luxurious palace.”
In the third week, in addition to obstructing entry of items necessary for maintenance and repair of the infrastructures, the Iraqi forces are barring entry of basic necessities such as kitchen and hygiene equipment
NCRI - On June 3, in the third week of the intensification of the siege on Camp Liberty, by orders of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Ashraf, the Iraqi forces are even barring entry of basic necessities of life in addition to the items needed for maintenance and repair of electricity and water systems and camps infrastructure.
Iranian political prisoners have urged Iranians around the world to take part in a gathering in Paris calling for regime change in Tehran.
The political prisoners from Gohardasht, Evin, Karaj and Ahvaz prisons called on all their countryman to be their voice, and the voice of those who have killed by the Iranian regime.
The statement said: Unfortunately, with the negligence of the Western countries and the United States… for the sake of nuclear accord, executions and imprisonments continue to increase daily and it not only affects Iranians of every language, religion and faith, but owing to these feeble policies and appeasement, this tyranny has now gone viral in the region.”
The United Nations Special Rapportuer on Situation of Human Rights in Iran expressed concern about the arbitrary and unlawful arrest and prosecution of journalists and activists in Iran has warned that their persecution weakens the protection of human rights of all in Iran.
Dr. Ahmed Shaheed, who is mandated by the UN Human Rights Council to monitor and report on the situation in Iran said: “Silencing these critical voices is unacceptable – it undermines public debate and deprives Iranians and the rest of world of important information on the reality in the country.”
Ambassador James Jeffrey, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq warned the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday that the Iranian regime remains a threat to destabilize the region and that a nuclear agreement would not signal “a change of heart about its ultimate hegemonic goals.”
Ambassador James Jeffrey told lawmakers that “the agreement cannot be considered outside the context of Iran’s record of destabilization in the region.”
Gérard Deprez, chair of Friends of a Free Iran in the European Parliament, has been attacked by the Iranian regime's of Foreign Affairs over the harsh criticism of the regime, which included calling for an end to executions and the repression of women.
He said: "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Iranian Islamic Republic issued a statement attacking me and refuting that such a statement on the deteriorating human rights situation in Iran and support of MEPs exists.
In an online session on Wednesday June 3, the Ex-UN Iraq Envoy Mr Ad Melkert answered questions on the current crisis in Iraq Crisis and the situation of Iranian refugees currently in Camp Liberty near Baghdad International Airport.
Mr Ad Melkert, the Special Representative for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (2009-2011) offered his views on the situation in Iraq emphasising on the importance of national unity to solve the current problems in the country.