NCRI - A conference was held at the Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in Berlin to support the Justice seeking movement for the Massacre of 1988. Some representatives of the German Federal Assembly, political figures, prominent layers, human rights activists and the representatives of Iranians living in Germany participated at the conference.
NCRI - On October 10, the International Day against the Death Penalty, Iranians and Supporters of the Iranian Resistance, condemned the executions committed the Iranian regime by holding a demonstration and rally in front of the Swedish parliament in Stockholm with the presence of political figures and human rights defenders.
They also expressed their support for the Justice-seeking Movement for the victims of 1988 massacre in Iran and prosecution of perpetrators of the Crimes against Humanity.
NCRI - On the eve of the International Day against the Death Penalty, the Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance staged rally in front of the Norwegian Parliament condemning the executions carried out by the Iran regime.
NCRI - Today, the plaza outside of the United Nations General Assembly was filled with members of the Iranian diaspora and their supporters, who were protesting the UN’s endorsement of a terrorist regime by allowing Hassan Rouhani, president of the Iranian Regime to address him.
The crowd, dressed in bright yellow, chanted their calls for democracy and freedom for the people of Iran, their support for the president-elect of the Iranian Resistance, Maryam Rajavi, and their horror that a terrorist and a criminal would be welcomed at the UN.
NCRI - The Iranian Resistance movement is in my blood, according to one of its members.
Sahar Gholamali was more or less born into the Resistance; both her parents were imprisoned during the Iranian Regime’s extensive crackdown on political opponents (specifically the Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK)) and their supporters, and her mother gave birth to her in the notorious Evin Prison.
Maryam Rajavi: This election will break the spell of repression and heralds the overthrow of the mullahs’ religious fascism
The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI, (the Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK) held its annual Congress simultaneously in Tirana and five other countries. On the PMOI’s 52nd anniversary, the Congress elected Ms. Zahra Merrikhi as its new Secretary General. Ms. Zohreh Akhyani, the Secretary General since 2011, chaired the Congress.
By NCRI Staff
NCRI - In a major rally at The Hague, Iranian communities in the Netherlands, Dutch personalities, and international jurists on Saturday, September 2, called upon the Dutch government to take the lead for the establishment of an independent committee to investigate the mass executions of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988 and to bring those responsible to justice.
NCRI - In response to “the justice seeking Movement for victims of 1988 massacre” and along with the three-day Iranian Resistance Satellite TV ‘Simay Azadi's’ event on the anniversary of the Massacre, state run Basij News writes," The People's Mojahedin of Iran (MEK/PMOI) has organized the maximum propagandas and military activities against the Islamic Republic of Iran."
NCRI - In response to the widespread justice-seeking campaign for the 1988 massacre and the slogan of no to executioner, no to imposter (no to Ibrahim Raisi and no to Hassan Rouhani), the Iranian regime’s Council for Coordinating Propaganda announced that the propaganda against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) centered around the eighties is at the top of its agenda.