by Maryam Rajavi
First edition (June 10, 2013)
Since its inception in 1979 misogyny has been the hallmark of this fundamentalist s regime. Against the regime's backwardness, the Iranian people s resistance has been formed, with women playing a key role. This book pays tribute to the struggle of Iranian women in their steadfast struggle to bring about freedom and gender equality. This courageous battle, led by Maryam Rajavi, is for a democratic Iran relieved completely from fundamentalism.
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by Struan Stevenson
Published By Birlinn Ltd
The People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) is an Iranian opposition movement in exile and the key component of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. Regarded as a terrorist organization in the EU until 2009, and in the USA and Canada until 2012, it renounced violence in 2001. Whilst its leaders are based in Paris, some 3,500 are currently held in Camp Liberty, near Baghdad Airport, in appalling conditions.
"Onwards to freedom in Iran: Bipartisan voices call for democratic change" is a Special Report published by The Washington Times on July 14, 2016. The text of the report is also available HERE.
The Iranian Regime Epicenter of Fundamentalism and Terrorism
Speeches by Maryam Rajavi
At the Council of Europe,U.S. House of Representatives,and the French Senate
Date of publication – May 2015
NCRI – Mr. Struan Stevenson, the president of the European Parliament Delegation for Relations with Iraq published a report on the political crisis and civil uprisings happening in that country. The report published on January 12, 2013, concludes that:
1- Most political commentators have concluded that the current uprising has provided an unprecedented tipping point for toleration of the Maliki government.
2. Iraqiya and other factions that previously participated in the government now know that any sign of reconciliation with Maliki will bring about public outrage against them.
3. Contrary to last year’s uprising, this time the concentration of the demonstrations mostly in Sunni provinces, supported by parts of the government on one hand and a disinclination of the US to get involved on the other, leaves al-Maliki’s hands effectively tied. With the first signs of repressive reaction and violence to quell the riots, Iraqiya will have no choice but to pull out of the government and Parliament. This will significantly increase the public outrage against al-Maliki.