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Video: Meeting of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and Mr. Ahmad Jarba in Paris

Meeting of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and Mr. Ahmad Jarba  in ParisMrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of Iranian Resistance met Mr. Ahmad Jarba, the President of National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces in Paris on May 23, afternoon.

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Maryam Rajavi urges Canada at parliament hearing to protect Camp Liberty residents

NCRI - Iranian Resistance leader Maryam Rajavi has called for urgent international protection for the residents of Camp Liberty and a full UN investigation to the attacks and hostage taking of Iranian dissidents in Iraq.

In a speech at the Canadian parliament, she urged Canada,  and other western nations to help relocate the dissidents to their own countries. Mrs Rajavi said: "The situation in Camp Liberty is directly linked to the political crisis in Iran.

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Iranian regime displays fear of PMOI (MEK) influence in meetings with Western diplomats

NCRI - The head of the Iranian regime's parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy committee has expressed his anger at 'European countries' support for the PMOI' in the latest admission of fear by the regime over the rising public support for the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) opposition movement.

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Iranian sit-in outside UN HQ in Geneva enters 4th year

NCRI - A sit-in protest by Iranian opposition activists in front of the UN Headquarters in Geneva moved into its fourth year this week.

The daily protests demanding that the UN honors its commitments to protect Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty has been ongoing for 1105 days on May 9.

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Iranian regime holds anti-PMOI campaign at northern universities

NCRI - An Iranian university has set up an exhibition to demonize PMOI opposition, the state-run news agency IRNA reported.

According to IRNA, the two-day event last week at Shahrood university, in the northern Seman Province, focused on the 'dangers and negative effects" of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

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French lawmakers question merits of elected officials Iran visit

PARIS , May 6, 2014 (AFP) - Twenty French parliamentarians representing several political groups in the National Assembly on Tuesday questioned the merits of the visits of elected officials to Iran, criticising the fact that they are 'often controlled to the point of imposing unacceptable restrictions on the MPs'.

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The Bright Spot in Iran’s Latest Political Repression

Evin Prison in TerhranBy Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC, Source: TheDiplomat.com

People who care about human rights and democracy should be appalled by the recent news of the unprovoked raid on a Tehran prison housing many of Iran’s political prisoners. However, as is often the case with these things, it can be important to recognize something of a hopeful story that lays buried beneath the major narrative.

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Washington’s strategic mistake in Iraq: Abandoning Iran's exiled opposition

Iraqi forces attack and killed Iranian MEK members in Camp AshrafBy: Dr. Walid Phares, Source: History News Network
It has already been established, including in my recently published book The Lost Spring: U.S. Policy in the Middle East and Catastrophes to Avoid, that Washington has undertaken two global mistakes in its regional policies. One was the partnership with the Muslim Brotherhood and its backers in the Arab world, a policy that caused a major popular uprising in Egypt against the Ikhwan regime – and the rise of a block of moderate Arab governments in the Gulf and beyond in opposition to the Brotherhood’s power.

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Iran: Evin Ward 350 poliitcal prisoners support of PMOI enrages clerical regime

NCRI - Iran's Afkar News state-run website has called for more ruthless suppression of political prisoners following the cruel raid on Ward 350 of Evin Prison by the Iranian regime's suppressive forces.

Their website wrote: “The incident of Ward 350 and its extensive coverage by anti-revolution media prompted us to study and learn more about some of these prisoners and their support for the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran.”

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Iran: "Change" under Rouhani is a mirage

By: Rudy Giuliani Source: FoxNews

The nuclear negotiation between Iran and the West is among the most important foreign policy issues facing the Obama Administration. In the U.S. government’s own assessment, Iran is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism.

The regime actively sows instability abroad and suppresses the rights and freedoms that its people desire and deserve. For these reasons, it is essential that Iran’s development of a nuclear weapon be stopped dead in its tracks.

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Giuliani speaks on dangers from Iranian regime

Source: azcentral.com
Iran poses a serious threat to the United States, whose government is failing to counter it, former New York mayor and presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani told an enthusiastic crowd in Phoenix on Friday.

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Hundreds of Iranain associations support Maryam Rajavi Ten-point Plan for future Iran

NCRI - Hundreds of Iranian communities and associations world over took part in a number of major conferences and seminars since beginning of 2014 expressing their support for the Ten-point Plan for future Iran presented by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance.

Many international dignitaries also expressed their support for Maryam Rajavi's program for a free and democratic Iran.

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Louis Freeh: Only Iranian Resistance can bring freedom to Iran

The Iranian Resistance is the only group capable of bringing democracy to the 'evil and murderous' regime in Tehran, former FBI director Louis Freeh has told a conference in Paris.

He also said the listed the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) as a terrorist organization as part of a policy to appease Mohammad Khatami in 1997. The PMOI was removed from the list in 2012 after 15 year long political and legal campaign.

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