Mullahs' Army Commander Admits to Iran Regime's Role in Syrian Slaughter, Whines Over MEK Revelations
NCRI - on April 18th, Rouhani the president of the Mullahs’ regime admitted violating the United Nations Security Council resolutions and said: "We are declaring to the world that we will produce or procure any weapons we need and we have never been, are not and will not wait for their words, their agreements or their affirmative views.
Promoting the Iranian regime’s propaganda such as calling the democratic opposition as terrorist and to accuse MEPs as supporting terrorism, is unacceptable
BRUSSELS, April, 13, 2018. The following press release was issued today by the office of Gérard Deprez MEP. Chairman of the Friends of a Free Iran in the European Parliament:
Iran Regime Agents in the European Parliament; Political Cover for Terrorist Acts Against the Opposition in Albania
By: Struan Stevenson
Iran’s deep frustration after the organized transfer of thousands of members of the main democratic opposition movement from Iraq to Albania and the loss of the opportunity to massacre them is not a secret. This transfer was the result of an unprecedented campaign by the Iranian opposition and its supporters in Europe and the United States. It took place under the noses of the theocratic fascist regime while the mullahs in Tehran had put all their efforts into preventing their transfer and orchestrating either their surrender or their annihilation.
By: Alejo Vidal-Quadras
International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) is alarmed about a new malicious campaign launched by the “Islamic Republic of Iran”, against its opposition members residing in Albania. It believes given the dangerous consequences of this campaign for the safety and security of Europe in general and the Iranian dissidents in particular, it is imperative to take proper and immediate steps to nullify Tehran’s plots.
Cross-Party MPs back the popular call for democratic change in Iran and urge the Government to recognise the NCRI as a viable alternative to the current theocracy
Cross-party members from both Houses of Parliament joined members of the Anglo-Iranian community, jurists and human rights activists to celebrate the Persian New Year, Nowruz, at an evening reception in the British parliament on Wednesday, 28 March.
NCRI - A prominent security official of Iranian regime in the 1980s, who currently claims to be a reformist, in an interview with state-run media acknowledged that the slogans chanted during the recent protests and uprising in Iran targeted both “hardliner” and “reformist” factions.