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In alliance with ISIS, mullahs attempt to save Assad by blaming West for Paris massacre

• Sadeq Larijani: US, Europe must be blamed for formation of Daesh and Kerry must be prosecuted for this crime

• Pro-Khamenei newspaper editorial: France is allied with US in Syria. Paris is just the beginning. French people must question their officials

In hundreds of articles, interviews and remarks on the November 13th massacre in Paris, officials of the religious fascism and the state media in Iran rejoice at this anti-human crime and blame the governments of France, US, etc. for it, an atrocious approach conceivable only of the criminal mullahs with 120,000 political executions on their record.

Iran regime ratchets up suppression of Baha’is

Murder of a Baha’i, arrest of 17, closing down businesses of dozens of others

The antihuman Iranian regime has resorted to a new wave of suppression and arrest of Baha’i compatriots throughout the country in recent days. On November 15, seventeen Baha’is were arrested in Tehran, Esfahan and Mashhad. The suppressive forces searched their houses and business places, confiscating some of their property.

What must be done in the face of ISIS’ wave of horrific crimes in Paris?

The series of crimes committed by ISIS on Friday, November 13 in Paris shocked the world. Political and spiritual leaders from across the globe launched a wave of sympathy with the victims, France and the grieving families. This included a very meaningful message issued by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, who condemned these dark and anti-humane crimes by ISIS. She specifically emphasized that this crime and the criminals have nothing to do with Islam and the fundamental values of freedom, liberty, peace and love for all mankind underscored in the faith of Islam.

After latest attack on dissidents, Western policy toward Iran must change

The Hill

By David Jones MP

At the end of last month, the Iranian dissident community at Camp Liberty, Iraq, was struck by a barrage of rockets, which killed at least 24 people. The former U.S. military base, near Baghdad's International Airport, has served as a Transit Transfer Location for members of Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI) since 2011, when they were relocated there from their self-built community of Camp Ashraf. Their resettlement was attanged by the UNHCR under an agreement between the Iraqi government and the UN, endorsed and backed by the United States.

Canadian Friends of a Democratic Iran strongly condemns attacks in Paris

November 14th, 2015

On behalf of the Canadian Friends of a Democratic Iran, I offer our deepest condolences to the families of victims of terrorist attacks in Paris and express our solidarity with the President of the Republic, the government and the people of France in this tragic moment.

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