Convention of over 300 Iranian associations held in Paris



While espousing the 10-point platform of Maryam Rajavi, the convention called on the international community for urgent action to free the seven hostages, provide security to Camp Liberty, and transfer the refugees to United States and Europe

Maryam Rajavi: to establish freedom and democracy in Iran, we highlight the demarcation with the regime in its entirety and we also stress solidarity with all those true defenders of overthrowing the regime

Maryam Rajavi at French Senate meeting: Support Iranian people struggle for freedom

20140121-rajavi-senateRajavi, on the eve of Geneva II Conference: Evicting the Iranian regime from Syria is the only solution for ending the rule of the murderous tyranny in that country

Maryam Rajavi called on the French Senate, people and government to support Iranian people in their struggle for freedom

• Declaration by Senators for protection of Camp Liberty residents and for an independent inquiry into the Ashraf massacre

Belgium: Lawmakers call on government to place efforts to save Camp Ashraf hostages, provide security for Camp Liberty

- Silence and inaction by US, UN and EU in the face of the Ashraf massacre and fate of hostages held by Maliki prepare the ground for another catastrophe for Liberty residents
- Until mullahs fully stop uranium enrichment, sign the Additional Protocol and implement UN Security Council resolutions, the key to the bomb is in their hands

Paris int’l Conf. calls to save seven Camp Ashraf hostages, protect Iranian dissidents in Iraq

Participants’ call on international community to save Ashraf hostages and protect Camp Liberty

Maryam Rajavi addressing international community: 

  • As long as you keep silent on the executions, the massacre in Ashraf, and atrocities of mullahs in Syria, mullahs shall not abandon their nuclear program.
  • Through cutting off economic aid and weapons ties to Iraq, U.S., Europe and UN should compel Maliki to release the hostages and fulfill requirements for provision of security at Camp Liberty 
  • Responsibility for the lives of hostages and hunger strikers in Camp Liberty and various countries rests with the United States, the European Union and United Nations who have assumed inaction and silence

Thousands of Iranians protest Rouhani's UN visit, call on UN, US to act to free Camp Ashraf hostages

NCRI - Thousands of Iranians took part in a major demonstration in New York to reject Iran's new president Hassan Rouhani and declared that he is anything but a moderate.

They called on US and UN to demand Iraq release seven Iranian dissidents taken hostage during the raid by Iraqi forces on Camp Ashraf on September 1.

Iran: Regime acknowledges its ominous intention to annihilate PMOI (MEK)

Iranian regime officials:
No country is allowed to accept PMOI/MEK members in a concentrated group; So that they can keep the unity of their organization

The Earth will soon be cleansed from their existence.

NCRI - Remarks by the top officials of the anti-humane mullahs’ regime followed by the massacre and mass execution of the the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) members in Camp Ashraf, reveal their sinister intentions and criminal plans.

Iranian regime’s remarks reveals fear of PMOI (MEK), plots for more massacre

The Iranian Resistance Calls for deployment of Blue Helmets in Camp Liberty and securing minimum protections

NCRI - In a series of recent remarks, leaders of the Iranian regime have described the Iranian opposition, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as a threat to the regime's security and stressed that its centers must be destroyed, it members must be executed, and any country accepting them should be sharply criticized.

This is while they repeatedly expressed their gratitude to the government of Iraq for the September 1 massacre of 52 PMOI members in Camp Ashraf.


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