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Refer Iran regime to UN Security Council – Iranians in Australia

Iranians demonstrate in SydneyNCRI – Iranians residing in Australia called for immediate referral of the clerical regime to the UN Security Council for its secret nuclear project to acquire nuclear weapons and gross violations of human rights.

Demonstrating in central Sydney on January 14, the Iranians also condemned the fundamentalist regime for its meddling in Iraq and terrorist threats to members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) residing in Camp Ashraf, north-east of Baghdad.

The event organized by "The Association in Defense of Freedom and Human Rights in Iran," condemned recent terrorist threats by mullahs’ president Ahmadinejad and called for an end to the disgraced policy of appeasement by the EU and the US.

"The Iranian regime has taken advantage of the conciliatory policy of the West to proceed with its nuclear weapons program," said Akram, an Iranian university lecturer and human rights activist living in exile.

Complaining of the injustice against the Iranian people, she added: "The West has awarded many concessions to the regime in order to maintain lucrative trade with the reactionary mullahs. They have closed their eyes on brutal human rights violations in Iran and even worse, branded people’s leading opposition movement for democracy and freedom, the PMOI, as terrorist, which has strengthened the suppressive rule in that country." She warned: "Iranian people are paying for the West’s wrong policy but this will not be limited to Iran as the mullahs want to spread their fundamentalist rule to the region threatening the West’s interest. This has already started in Iraq."

Her views were reflected in the mode of the demonstrators when they chanted loudly "Send mullahs’ nuclear file to the UN Security Council," "Remove PMOI from terror list," "No war, no appeasement, support regime change through Iranian people and their resistance," "condemned human rights violations in Iran" and "condemn mullahs meddling in Iraq."

The demonstration received a warm welcome from the public and many local residents joined Iranians in their demands against the ruling regime in Iran.