Iranian women who fail to wear the veil when driving will have their cars impounded for a week and are likely to be fined, the Iranian regime's police warned Sunday.
Press Release – 14 November 2015
SOLIDARITY WITH FRANCE &
The True Origin of Islamic Fundamentalism
The International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) strongly condemns the inhumane and vicious crime on Friday night in Paris and extends its condolences to the people and Government of France and President Francois Hollande. ISJ expresses sincere sympathies with families of the victims and wishes fast recovery of those wounded in the attacks.
The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) condemns the brutal and callous terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13. We extend our condolences to all those who lost loved ones and our hearts go out to the French people.
As Prime Minister David Cameron said, “The British and French people stand together, as we have so often before in our history when confronted by evil.”
NCRI – On the eve of the trip to France by the Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani, a group of forty intellectuals signed an appeal on Friday published in the French daily Le Monde to denounce the surge in executions in Iran, stressing that no political or economic consideration can justify turning a blind eye to the disastrous state of human rights in Iran.
The following is the text of the appeal by the 40 intellectuals which appeared in Le Monde on November 13, 2015:
NCRI - The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom has written to the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, to express disappointment over the invitation extended to the Iranian regime’s president, Hassan Rouhani, to speak before their organization next week.
NCRI - Dr. Mohammad Maleki, the first chancellor of the University of Tehran following the 1979 revolution, has condemned last month's brutal rocket attack against members of the Iranian opposition in Camp Liberty in Iraq which left 24 people killed and dozens wounded.
NCRI - Only days before the Iranian regime's President Hassan Rouhani travels to Rome, a majority of Italian Senators have called on the government of Matteo Renzi to make Italy’s relations with Iran’s regime contingent upon a halt to executions.
The following is the text of a statement - supported by a majority of Senators – which was unveiled at a conference on Thursday in the Italian Senate:
Italian and French leaders should press Rouhani on his worsening human-rights record.
The Wall Street Journal
By GIULIO MARIA TERZI
NCRI - Iranian dissident Shaqayeq Azimi, 22, whose parents were arrested last month in Iran by the fundamentalist regime for supporting the main Iranian opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), testified on Thursday before lawmakers at the Italian Senate about the appalling human rights situation in Iran during the tenure of the regime's President Hassan Rouhani.
Maryam Rajavi: Those describing Rouhani as a moderate seek to justify their relations with the criminal Iranian regime
We warn Western governments against shaking hands with Rouhani and against emboldening the mullahs in further killing of dissidents in Iran and massacre of people in the region
Internet activities and street demonstrations in Paris exposing human rights violations in Iran on the eve of Rouhani’s trip to France
On the eve of the trip by the Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani to France which will coincide with a major rally in Paris on November 16 against the wave of executions in Iran and the mullahs’ export of fundamentalism and terrorism, there has been a noticeable upsurge in online and social media activities exposing human rights violations in Iran.
Text of remarks by former European lawmaker Struan Stevenson at a conference on Thursday in the Italian Senate on the human rights situation in Iran:
THURSDAY 12th NOVEMBER 2015
The Human Rights Situation in Iran
NCRI - On the eve of a visit to Rome by the Iranian regime's President Hassan Rouhani, a majority of Italian Senators announced in a statement on Thursday that they urge the government of Italy to put human rights before economic relations with Iran.