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Paris – French elected officials in conference against religious extremism and solidarity with Iranian Resistance
Maryam Rajavi: Extending nuclear talks and providing Iranian regime with more time pushes global peace and security to a dangerous precipice
ISIS is the by-product of Iranian regime’s support for Assad and Maliki and of their atrocities; ISIS cannot be fought without eviction of this regime from the region
NCRI - Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of Iranian Resistance, speaking to a conference held in Paris 2nd District Municipality titled “French elected officials against religious extremism and in solidarity with Resistance” on Tuesday, November 25, said: “A seven-month extension of nuclear talks provides the Iranian regime with more time to bring regional and global peace and security to a dangerous precipice.”
NCRI - Iranian Resistance leader Maryam Rajavi has called on the world to support the struggle against the regime's barbaric treatment of women and suppression of its own people as it clings onto power.
She condemned the recent 'atrocious' acid attacks on women deemed to be improperly veiled carried out by gangs affiliated to the ruling mullahs in Tehran.
NCRI – Following the collapse of nuclear talks between the Iranian regime and 5+1 countries, Hassan Rouhani, the president of the clerical regime in Iran said he will never crosses red lines set by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on nuclear issue.
Speaking to the state-run TV on Monday night, he said: "We never have and never will act outside the framework that the Supreme Leader has set out as red lines, and within this framework we have succeeded and will succeed on the nuclear issue and other issues."
Plunging oil prices will trigger inflation and a mounting budget deficit for the Iranian regime, a member of the regime's parliament has warned.
Hadi Qavami, a member of the Plan and Budget Commission, told the IRNA news agency that a fall in oil prices would also devalue the national currency and cause a drop in hard currency reserves.
The delay in negotiations to force the Iranian regime to comply with international limits on its nuclear program “is further evidence that Iran is not under enough pressure to reach a deal,” U.S. Senator Deb Fischer said in a statement.
Senator Fischer, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said: “Additional measures are necessary to penalize the regime for violating its international obligations in relentlessly pursuing its nuclear ambitions.”
Following the collapse of Iran Nuclear Talks in Vienna, the Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said the negotiations with the Iranian regime is not an open end process and “until Canada is satisfied, our sanctions regime will remain in full force.”
The health of political prisoner Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi is worsening as he has been deprived of receiving proper medical care in Tehran’s Evin Prison.
Mr. Boroujerdi was arrested in October 2006 and in a sham trial was condemned to 11 years in prison.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations says “extending talks with Iran will not achieve the goal of a nuclear-weapon-free Iran” and called for increasing pressure on the Iranian regime.
“Iran was only brought to the negotiating table through tough sanctions,” says the Florida Senator in a statement.
Many members of US House and Senate reacted with skepticism Monday to an extension of Iran nuclear talks and called for new sanctions against the regime in Tehran.
Senator Mark Kirk said in a statement: "Now more than ever, it is critical that Congress enacts sanctions that give Iran s mullahs no choice but to dismantle their illicit nuclear program."
The six world powers and the Iranian regime agreed on Monday to extend their talks over the Tehran's nuclear program until July 2015, after being virtually impossible to reach a comprehensive deal by today’s deadline.
The talks, which have been conducted in Vienna, are now set to resume in December at a site yet to be determined.