Statements: Maryam Rajavi
IRAN: Mrs. Rajavi Calls to the Youth to Form Popular Councils and to Provide Independent Assistance to Flood Victims
Once again, floods and storms hit large parts of the country, including the provinces of Khorasan Razavi, Ardebil, East and West Azarbaijan, Kermanshah, Isfahan, Kurdistan, Fars, Kerman, Gilan, Kohgilouyeh and Boyer Ahmad, Khouzestan, Chahar Mahal Bakhtiari, Lorestan and Markazi, and in the absence of the minimum necessary deterrents and assistance, a large number of our compatriots have died and many have been injured and homeless.
Iran Flood - No. 8
The facilities of the army, the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and other government bodies should be immediately made available to the public
The devastating flood is spreading rapidly in Khuzestan Province, especially in Ahvaz, a large part of the population of this province is left homeless and millions of our compatriots are at serious risk.
Maryam Rajavi: Terrorist Designation of Iran Regime's IRGC an Imperative for Regional, Peace and Stability
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, described the inclusion of the suppressive Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) in the State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTO) as a long-standing and righteous demand of the Iranian Resistance, an imperative for Middle East security, peace, and stability, and an urgent and necessary step to end war and terrorism throughout the region and the world.
Release No 5
Devastating floods have once again affected vast regions of Iran, particularly the provinces of Khouzestan, Lorestan, and Ilam, submerging scores of cities and hundreds of villages under floodwaters. The criminal and corrupt ruling mullahs have not undertaken the least measures to counter the catastrophic impact of the flood, despite forecasts of heavy rain in these regions.
Maryam Rajavi Sends Her Condolences to Flood Victims, Calls on Iran's Youth to Take Independent Action to Aid the Affected
In the wake of catastrophic flooding in numerous regions of Iran, Ms. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance, expressed her heartfelt sympathies and condolences for the families of the victims and the general population, especially the people of Shiraz, wishing a prompt recovery for the injured.
On February 8, thousands of Iranians rallied and marched in Paris to mark the 40th anniversary of the Iranian people's uprising against the Shah's dictatorship.
The march started in Paris’s Denfert Rochereau Square and ended at Les Invalides in front of the French National Assembly. The protesters condemned the continuing human rights violations in Iran, increasing terrorist plots of the regime, and the regime’s continuing missile and nuclear programs. They supported the social movements and protests by the Iranian people against the mullahs’ dictatorship.