False accusations repeated by the President of a regime commonly known as the Godfather of ISIS
Hassan Rouhani, President of the religious fascism ruling Iran, commonly known among Iranian people as Abu-Daesh, or the Godfather of ISIS, on Monday August 31 showed his compulsion against the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance and, with a series of lies, attributed the inhuman crimes of the regime to the PMOI and the opponents of the clerical regime. He made his remarks in a meeting called by the "Habilian" Foundation, a branch of the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence, with the presence of a number of agents, interrogators, torturers and foreign mercenaries of the Intelligence Ministry.
NCRI - Iranians in the capital of Romania on Saturday held a human rights stand to expose the flagrant rights abuses committed by the mullahs' regime in Iran during the two year tenure of Hassan Rouhani.
The human rights display in central Bucharest drew locals who were told of the more than 1800 executions carried out in Iran since Rouhani became president of the regime.
Supporters of the main Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), informed local Romanians of the democratic platform of the Iranian Resistance.
Thousands of Iranians from across Iran and countries worldwide offered contributions to Simaye Azadi
Broad support for Resistance and Camp Liberty residents is indicative of Iranian people’s determination for regime change
NCRI - Simaye Azadi, the Iran National Television (INTV), held its nineteenth fundraising program lasting 46 hours from July 24 to 28. Thousands of Iranians from across Iran and countries throughout the globe participated in this telethon that was broadcasted live on INTV. Their contributions were predominantly made by calling 39 phone lines allocated to this telethon. Nevertheless, a large number of contributors, who had waited for hours to get through, declared their contributions through internet or social media as the lines proved extremely busy. Some of the contributions were collective fundraisings, and some people inside Iran made their contributions to Simaye Azadi through friends and relatives abroad.
Source: Aljazeera (translated to English by ncr-iran.org), July 4, 2015
Rajavi spoke at a conference in Paris
Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi said that both Shiites and Sunnis are facing one enemy, and that is the Velayat-e-faqih (absolute rule of the clergy) regime in Iran which is based on what she called extremism and tyranny and sectarian conflicts in the region, particularly in Iraq and Syria.
In the conference entitled "Democratic and Tolerant Islam vs. Fanaticism and Extremism" held in Paris, Rajavi stressed that Islam rejects sectarian conflict, even between Shiites and Sunnis, noting that the division between the two communities is imposed by the velayat-e-faqih in order to continue its dictatorial rule.
A former member of UK Prime Minister David Cameron's Cabinet has said that in order to defeat the terror group ISIS, the West must support the forces of moderation in Iraq and the Middle East.
Rt Hon. David Jones MP wrote in The Diplomat on Tuesday: "It is illusory to believe that allowing Tehran to take the lead in the fight against ISIS will ultimately lead to a stable Iraq."
"There should be no doubt in the West that Tehran is using its proxies to compete with ISIS for dominance in Iraq, Syria and the wider Middle East. Iran has absolutely no interest in defeating and degrading the Islamic fundamentalism that is threatening the region.
'SELF-SACRIFICE - Life with the Iranian Mojahedin is the title of new book published by Struan Stevenson, the President of the European Iraqi Friendship Association (EIFA) who was also the president of the Delegation for Relations with Iraq at the European Parliament until 2013.
The book details his fight to expose and confront brutality, human rights abuse and corruption in Iran and Iraq and he provides disturbing evidence of how mistakes, duplicities and blunders by the West led directly to the rise of ISIS and the catastrophic events that now engulf the Middle East.
NCRI - Paranoid mullahs ruling in Iran who fear that the Iranian people use the Chaharshanbe-Suri (fire festival on eve of the last Wednesday of the year in the Persian calendar) to stage popular protests against the religious dictatorship, have resorted to extensive repressive military and security measures across the country, particularly in the country’s capital city, Tehran.
Referring to the fire festival which marks the beginning of New Year or Nowruz (March 21) celebrations in Iran, a senior cleric described participation in the event as ‘religiously forbidden and warned people about ‘crossing God’s redlines’.