Iran-Iraq: Concerns raised over two abducted members of Iranian Mojahedin with UN rights body

Louise ArbourMohammad Mohaddessin, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran addressed a letter to H.E. Louise Arbour, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, on August 10, to express the concerns over the abduction of two members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran by agents of the Iranian regime in Iraq. The following is the full text of his letter:


Iran-Iraq: New information on two abducted PMOI members in Iraq

Hossein Pouyan Mohammad-Ali ZahediPMOI members were first taken to the Interior Ministry and taken away shortly through the back door
According to eyewitnesses, Messrs. Hossein Pouyan and Mohammad-Ali Zahedi, two kidnapped members of the PMOI, were first taken to the Interior Ministry. They were taken out through the Ministry's back entrance shortly thereafter.

Iranian Resistance calls for action to save the lives of two abducted PMOI members in Iraq

Iranian Resistance calls for action to save the lives of two abducted PMOI members in Iraq

Clerical regime ordered its agents to transfer the PMOI members to Iran via Al-Amarah

The clerical regime has reportedly instructed its agents in Iraq to transfer to Iran two abducted members of the People's Mojahedin (PMOI) through "safe borders" in Al-Amarah, southern Iraq.


Two PMOI members abducted by Iranian agents in Baghdad

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Two members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), Messrs. Hossein Pouyan and Mohammad-Ali Zahedi, were abducted by Iraq's Interior Ministry Special Forces at 12:30 pm, Thursday, August 4, 2005, in Baghdad's Karradah Street, according to a report by the PMOI.

Iranian Resistance condemns bombings in Tehran

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The Iranian Resistance condemns the bombings this morning outside the offices of two British firms in Tehran. The explosions a few hours after the mullahs started up work at Isfahan's nuclear facility was a dirty and transparent attempt at blackmail by Tehran in a bid to extract even more concessions from the European Union. They were also designed to force the EU into retreat in the face of the mullahs' intransigence regarding its nuclear weapons program.

Iranian Resistance urges need for firm policy toward ruling theocracy

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Mohammad Mohaddessin

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