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Prof. Raymond Tanter of the Iran Policy Committee
WASHINGTON, May 19 /U.S. Newswire/ -- In a press release, Human Rights Watch announced that it has released a 28-page report titled, "No Exit: Human Rights Abuses Inside the MKO Camps." The report contains telephone interviews with 12 "former...(Mujahedin e-Khalq Organization-MEK)) members." It considers their statements as "credible claims that they were subjected to imprisonment as well as physical and psychological abuses."
European lawmakers and jurists called on French authorities to drop charges against officials of the opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran and put an end to what they described as harassment of opponents of Iran’s clerical regime in France.
The clerical regime had conspired against the convention and resorted to spreading rumors such as claiming that a bomb was planted in the convention hall to prevent it from taking place. The vigilance of the organizers and steadfastness of the participants, however, foiled the mullahs' efforts.
Once again the United Nations Security Council unanimously voted on a resolution asking Iran to halt its nuclear activities. It gave Iran 60 days to execute the contents of the resolution.
Among the most curious aspects of the debate over how to handle the rogue Iranian regime is perhaps the strew of Iran pundits who consistently argue in favor of accepting the current status quo in Iran, recognizing the Iranian regime as a major regional power, and providing security guarantees for its political survival, and recognizing it on par with a regional superpower to be reckoned with.