Swiss officials’ Iran trip encourages terror

Visit by President of Swiss Confederation to Tehran encourages Iranian regime in continuing its oppression and export of terrorism

Iranian Resistance strongly condemns terrorist attacks in Mali and Tunisia

Massacre of the innocent in the name of religion and God is more dangerous and appalling and demands doubling efforts to confront it

NCRI - The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the criminal and terrorist attacks in Mali and Tunisia and it offers its sincere condolences to the nations and governments of these two countries and the families of the victims.

Throw Rouhani out of UN

Throw Rouhani out of UN; his presence is against peace and human rights and a violation of the philosophy behind UN’s creation

He is among most senior officials involved in developing the nuclear bomb, 120,000 political executions, warmongering and slaughter in the region
He should face justice for crimes against humanity

The Netherlands’ Foreign Minister visits Iran amid executions

Bert Koenders

Disrespect for human rights and democratic values

NCRI - The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the visit of the Netherlands’ foreign minister Mr. Bert Koenders to Iran under the rule of religious fascism and calls on the country’s parliamentarians and human rights defenders to stop this visit that encourages this regime in carrying out its executions and suppression that is against the interests of the Iranian people and their will for the establishment of democracy. The leaders of the velayat-e faqih regime that the Netherlands’ foreign minister plans to meet have the execution of 120,000 political prisoners in their infamous record and are dubbed “Godfather of ISIS” by the Iranian people. The number of executions in the two years of Rouhani’s presidency stands at 2000. The leaders of this regime are, for example, the actual murderers of Zahra Bahrami, the Dutch-Iranian citizen who was arrested in the 2009 uprising and subsequently executed on January 29, 2011.

Iranian Resistance condemns remarks by Austrian officials

Heinz Fischer

The Iranian Resistance condemns remarks by Austrian officials to allow the Iranian regime’s intervention in resolving regional crisis and for Assad to participate in the fight against ISIS

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, during his visit to an Iran under the rule of the mullahs, made the following repugnant statement: The West should involve Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the fight against Islamic State, “We need a pragmatic common approach in this respect including the involvement of Assad in the fight against Islamic State terror”… in this fight we are on the same side.

British minister's visit to Tehran amid mass executions and meeting with officials responsible for 120,000 political executions encourages more executions and betrays human rights and democratic values

Philip Hammond

NCRI - The visit of Mr. Philip Hammond, the British foreign minister, to Tehran and his meeting with leaders of the religious fascism ruling Iran encourages the clerical regime to continue and intensify torture and killing and export of terrorism and fundamentalism. This visit and similar ones are against the national interests and the will of the Iranian people to overthrow the regime and establish democracy and popular sovereignty in Iran.

Iranian Resistance calls on Greek government to support and defend Iranian refugees

NCRI - The Iranian Resistance strongly condemns the violent treatment of Iranian refugees in Greece in the recent days that has injured a number of them. Emphasizing on the responsibility of the Greek government for the security of Iranian asylum-seekers and refugees in that country, the Iranian Resistance urges that government as a member state of the European Union and party to the 1951 Geneva Refugee Convention to grant asylum to the Iranian refugees and not allow these refugees to face injustice, prejudice and violence outside the jurisdiction of the regime of mullahs as well. Some of these refugees who have been in Greece for many years still do not enjoy refugee status.

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

Maryam Rajavi: I urge my compatriots to join the nationwide quest for freedom

NCRI on Twitter

Maryam Rajavi: The clerical regime’s overthrow is certain and within reach

The NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: Iranian People Want Regime Change

UN Special Rapporteur speaks on dismal human rights situation in Iran

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