NCRI - Iran’s judiciary news agency published a piece titled, “Effort to replace the murderer with the martyr,” over remarks made by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei regarding his failure to engineer the presidential election.
“Those who seek to tarnish the image of our establishment remind everyone about the 1980s… They see no shame in changing the place of the ‘murderer’ and ‘martyr’!” the piece reads.
Khamenei, indignant of the rise of justice movement for the massacre of 1988 and the nationwide campaign of the Iranian resistance that humiliated the Vali-e Faqih (Supreme Leader) with the slogan of “No to executioner, No to imposter, Our vote is regime change” during the sham elections, said on the anniversary of Khomeini’s death: "Recently, some of the speakers and podium owners attack the 80’s. I would recommend and those who are thinkers and judge the 80’s, the place of martyr and executioner should not change. In the 80’s the Iranian nation was oppressed, the terrorists and the Mojahedin and their backers and powers which had created them and constantly boasted them, they oppressed the people of Iran. They did badly. The Iranian nation was on the defensive."
On April 14, 2017, Senator John McCain (R-AZ), the Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, met in Tirana, Albania, with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and discussed the latest developments in Iran, the clerical regime’s nefarious meddling in the Middle East region and prospects for the future.
Prior to the meeting, Senator McCain visited one of the centers of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Tirana and met with the PMOI/MEK members who were relocated to Albania from Camp Liberty, Iraq.
By Farzin Hashemi- Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI
Over the past week, once again policy on Iran was widely discussed in the media. Simultaneously, in recent weeks there has been more growing call for a new approach toward Iranian opposition, the MEK. The announcement by the US National Security Advisor that “Iran is officially on notice” drew much attention. This position was followed by more Tweets from President Trump and a new round of sanctions, raising the prospect of a change of policy in the US approach towards Iran.
NCRI - The former Minister of National Education to combat illiteracy and the member of the National Rally of Independence (RNI) of Morocco, Najima Tai Tai in an interview with Al-Jazeera newspaper stated:"the meddling of the Iranian regime in the internal affairs of some Arabic countries like Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, and Yemen has made me very sorry. The meddling has caused disaster and destruction for all countries of the region including Iraq, Syria, and Yemen. Thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands of civilians including women and children were displaced and suffered from pain and agony.
London - Anglo-Iranian communities, supporters of National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and human rights activists protested against the increasing number of executions and public hangings in Iran at a major rally in Trafalgar Square on Saturday, November 19.
In reaction to the publication of the photograph of the NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi in the special magazine of the alumni of Sharif Industrial University, the religious dictatorship ruling Iran has been attempting in vain to tighten the atmosphere of repression in universities at the start of the new academic year.