NCRI - March 29. 2017 - Senator Robert Torricelli spoke at the Grand Gathering of the Iranian Resistance and its supporters celebrating the Great Nowruz, the following is an excerpt of his speech.
Thank you. My friends, it is only the first day of spring and already my prayers have been answered: a new Ashraf has been created before your eyes!
NCRI - A press conference was held at the sidelines of the United Nations Human Rights Council session in Geneva. Mr. Taher Boumedra, former UN human rights chief in Iraq, and a team of jurists discussed the summer 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.
Mr. Boumedra was joined by Ms. Azade Zabeti, deputy of the Iranian lawyers committee in the United Kingdom, and Farzad Madadzadeh, a former political prisoner from Iran.
In a grand gathering in Tirana, Albania, on the occasion of the Persian New Year, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi wished that the New Year would be the year of breaking the chains of the religious fascism ruling Iran. Today marked the beginning of the Iranian New Year or Nowrouz that starts with the arrival of spring. Mrs. Rajavi wished the looming of the spring of freedom and national sovereignty, the failure of the mullahs’ belligerence in the region, and the year of emancipation of the defenseless people of Syria from the clutches of the clerical regime ruling Iran. ‘EU Reporter’ correspondent stated in an article which continues as follows:
Join Iranains in their New Year celebration demanding Free Iran
NCRI - Anwar Malik, former Syria rapporteur in the Arab League and a prominent politician and writer in the Arab World, had an interview with INTV describing Iran as the main element behind the rise of terrorism under the name of Islam.
“The solution is to expel this regime from the international community, and in parallel, recognize the Iranian Resistance as the Iranian people’s legitimate representative,” he said.
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The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) strongly condemns Iraq's membership of the UN Human Rights Council. This will seriously harm the cause of human rights in the world today as Iraq is practically under the control of the theocratic dictatorship ruling Iran and according to the reports of the United Nations and international human rights organizations, its judiciary is influenced by political factions and collective and arbitrary executions are carried out on a daily basis. On the international stage, Iraq continually supports the crimes of the Iranian regime.
NCRI - By enforcing a policy of an all-out censorship and disregard for The People's Mojahedin Organization Of Iran (PMOI/ MEK) on all the media outlets across Iran, for many years Iranian regime had tried to neutralize the popularity of MEK as the only organized resistance against the religious fascism ruling Iran, but it didn’t work and the rising trend of youths joining MEK proved it wrong, as a result the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) came up with a totally reverse conclusion, which was: instead of continuation of the failed media policy of ‘Disregarding MEK ’, regime should try to ‘publicize but tarnish’ its image.
NCRI - Sadegh Zibakalam, a political science professor at Tehran State University, and associate of former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, who was himself responsible in dispatching of university students to war with Iraq, in which many of them got killed, recently admitted to the crimes of regime against MEK, his statements were published in the state run ‘Gooya-News’ website.
Zibakalam stated: “Iranian regime, has killed thousands of MEK members just like killers of Imam Hossain (a 7th century revolutionary Shiite leader who made the ultimate sacrifice for social justice in the face of corruption and tyranny).”
Americans must be wary of Iranian influence over US media
Many seemingly important news reports that gained attention in 2016 turned out to be marred with falsified information.
A major threat to the dissemination of true information to U.S. citizens lies in the existence of suspicious figures sent by foreign countries for the purposes of espionage and influence over U.S. foreign policy.