Cross party members of the British parliament and political personalities joined the Anglo-Iranian communities from across the UK and called upon the British government to take the lead for the establishment of an independent committee to investigate mass executions of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988 and to bring those responsible to justice. They stressed the time has come to end impunity for Iranian officials who are responsible for serious human rights abuses in the country.
On the fourth anniversary of the massacre of 52 PMOI members residing in Ashraf, Iraq, who were assassinated at the behest of the Iranian regime by the puppet governemt of Iraq and its agents, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi said: The mass execution of PMOI members was the hidden half of the regime’s retreat in the nuclear talks and the JCPOA. Before the start of the talks with P5+1 and signing of an agreement in November 2013, the regime resorted to the massacre in Ashraf. Following Khamenei’s approval of the JCPOA in October 2015, Camp Liberty was attacked by rockets. All the stages of the nuclear agreement, starting from secret talks to the signing of JCPOA, were accompanied by attacks on and slaughter of Ashraf residents. The regime needs to annihilate its most important existential threat, namely the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance, to guarantee its survival.
Political prisoners hunger strike- statement no. 7
In Solidarity with the striking political prisoners in Gohardasht Prison, freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance staged demonstrations and rallies in various cities of the world, including in Los Angeles (USA), Berlin and Hamburg (Germany), London (UK), Stockholm and Gothenburg (Sweden), Oslo (Norway), Copenhagen, Aarhus (Denmark), The Hague (Netherlands), Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver (Canada).
The 29th anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran was observed in a ceremony in the presence of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, political and human rights dignitaries from the US and Europe, and a large number of PMOI members in Tirana, capital of Albania.
Desperate attempts in Paris to reverse the place of the executioner and the victim
Three weeks after the annual rally of the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte in the Paris suburbs, while the mullahs' regime's cries due to the extensive reception of this event inside the country and on the international scene, while the Justice-Seeking Movement calling for justice for the victims of the massacre of political prisoners has turned into a growing social campaign, and while this regime is extremely disgraced and hated for its crimes against the countries in the Middle East, Khamenei, the self-proclaimed Supreme Leader of Muslims around the world, sent Kamal Kharrazi, his adviser and a close relative, to Paris to introduce the PMOI as "a terrorist group that murdered thousands of ordinary citizens in Iran ", thus attempting to counter the increasing domestic and international prestige of the PMOI.
Ahmad Khatami, a board member of the Iranian regime’s Assembly of Experts, used the Tehran Friday prayers sermon to express his anger over the ever-increasing scope of the justice movement related to the 1988 massacre. He called for the perpetrators of the atrocity of executing over 30,000 political prisoners to be awarded medals.
Praising a film made by IRGC for whitening these crimes, and ordering a film to whitewash the butcher of Tehran
While public outrage and hatred of the massacre of political prisoners in the 80s is growing, the Justice-Seeking movement is advancing, and the PMOI and Iranian Resistance are more welcomed by the Iranian people, Khamenei resorts to a humiliated act to praise the film titled as "Majera-ye Nimrouz". This film was made upon Khamenei’s order by the fascist bands of the Revolutionary Guards and was aimed at whitewashing and justifying the numerous crimes of this regime in the 1980s.