Maryam Rajavi: Pioneering Women and a Generation of Men Who Seek Freedom and Equality.
An international conference was held in Tirana, Albania, on the occasion of the International Women's Day.
Maryam Rajavi, political personalities and activists of the equality movement from various countries participated. The conference entitled, "Women in Political Leadership", featured speeches on the threat of the mullahs' fundamentalist and misogynous tyranny in Iran, the Iranian women's resistance against the regime and the trailblazing role of the vanguard heroines of Ashraf. Maryam Rajavi made the following remarks to the conference.
On the 50th anniversary of the loss of Dr. Mohammad Mossadeq we renew our vows to establish freedom in Iran as this was the last will of the leader of Iran's Nationalist Movement to the nation's future generations.
Only a few weeks after the 1979 anti-monarchic revolution, Massoud Rajavi had this to say while paying tribute to Mossadeq at his tomb: "Indeed, he was alone in his homeland, he was in exile at home, and he lived like a martyr while he was alive."
The people of Ahwaz shouted, "Death to tyranny", "death to repression", "we, the people of Ahwaz won't accept oppression!"
The people of Ahwaz have taken to the streets today for the third consecutive day to protest the disastrous air pollution and frequent water and power cut-offs in the capital of Khuzistan Province.
The clerical regime has intervened by suppressive forces and machine-gun-mounted vehicles over the past days and blocked the streets leading to the Governor's Building, the suspended bridge and the Firefighting Sq. to curb the spread of protests.
The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi expressed her sorrow and regrets over the catastrophic blaze which burned Tehran's Plasco Building, killing a large number of people and firefighters.
Mrs. Rajavi extended her condolences to the people of Tehran and particularly the families of the victims on this tragic loss and urged Tehran's residents to rush to the aid of the injured and families of the victims.
Maryam Rajavi: Iranian regime is the main cause of war and crisis in the region; its eviction from the region is requisite to peace
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said:
With the death of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the two pillars and key to the equilibrium of the religious fascism ruling Iran has collapsed and the regime in its entirety is approaching overthrow.
The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi said, "It is a national catastrophe with rare precedent in Iran's history, when the poor and drug addicts take shelter in cemeteries around the capital."
She blamed the ruling clerical regime and the criminal, unscrupulous mullahs for this tragedy and added, "This news provoked vast social outrage, indicating the Iranian people's hatred of a regime that every hour of its rule is tantamount to the devastation of numerous people and to further destruction and dissipation of the country."