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Celebrating Mrs. Rajavi's Liberation on July 3, 2003

Image"Celebration for Freedom" marking the second anniversary of Maryam Rajavi's release from detention on July 3, 2003, was held Saturday night (July 2) at her residence in Auvers-sur-Oise.

A large number of Iranians and French citizens attended the festive event.
” We call this night, the night of Maryam and friendship. Tonight is the second anniversary of Maryam's freedom following the scandalous and the shameful June 17, 2003 raid by the French police,” said Dr. Saleh Rajavi, NCRI representative in France and Switzerland.

Image"Celebration for Freedom" marking the second anniversary of Maryam Rajavi's release from detention on July 3, 2003, was held Saturday night (July 2) at her residence in Auvers-sur-Oise.

A large number of Iranians and French citizens attended the festive event.
” We call this night, the night of Maryam and friendship. Tonight is the second anniversary of Maryam's freedom following the scandalous and the shameful June 17, 2003 raid by the French police,” said Dr. Saleh Rajavi, NCRI representative in France and Switzerland.

In her speech, Mrs. Rajavi thanked the people of France and particularly her neighbors in Auvers-sur-Oise for their solidarity with the Iranian Resistance against the shameful policy of appeasing the mullahs.

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"The mullahs' sham election, boycotted nationwide by the Iranian people, was a turning point for it will expedite the realization of the Iranian nation's demand to overthrow Iran's ruling theocracy.” She said. "At an impasse, the mullahs chose a president who fired coup de grace at political prisoners,” Mrs. Rajavi added.  ”Governments around the world that have decided not to remain indifferent in the face of the mullahs' brazenness and chosen to respect a nation that has brought the mullahs to their knees, must stop aiding this dictatorial regime. It is their duty to recognize the Iranian people's legitimate resistance and remove all restrictions, such as the terrorist label.”

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A delegation of local residents announced that 100,000 French citizens had signed a declaration in support of the Iranian Resistance and its president-elect and that the signatures had been delivered to the Elysee [PUT PROPER ACCENT ON E] Palace. They called for the removal of all restrictions on the resistance and the dismissal of the baseless case.

ImageThey also read out a new statement signed by over 1,000 residents of Auvers-sur-Oise, collected in a weeklong campaign, condemning plots against the Iranian Resistance.

A number of dignitaries, social, cultural and religious personalities addressed the gathering and voiced support for Mrs. Rajavi.
Mr. Ross Pople, the famed London Festival Orchestra conductor, preformed a piece in honor of Mrs. Rajavi.
A number of French, Palestinian and Iranian artists also performed during the celebrations.

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