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UN General Assembly adopts 62nd resolution censuring rights abuses in Iran

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UN General Assembly adopts 62nd resolution censuring rights abuses in Iran

Maryam Rajavi: Ruling mullahs who have been condemned 62 times by the UN should be brought to justice for crimes against humanity

On Thursday, December 17, 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution strongly condemning the brutal and systematic violation of human rights in Iran, in particular the mass and arbitrary executions, increasing violence and discrimination against women and ethnic and religious minorities. This is the 62nd UN resolution condemning rights abuses by the clerical regime.

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Iran, the Islamic State, and the Perversion of Islam

By Maryam Rajavi

Source: WorldPolicy

It seems that for all our progress in social and human development, with each new generation radical factions emerge, shaking the world with their ability to convince ordinary people to commit unspeakable atrocities.

We reflect on recent attacks in San Bernardino, carried out by invoking God and religion, with the same bewilderment that confounded us amid the many senseless cruelties of the 21st century. We struggle to understand how such wanton violence could be conceived by human minds and spread like wildfire. And, of course, we set ourselves to right it, asking how we can combat this most current version of extremism and prevent new forms from plaguing the world.

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Maryam Rajavi: Human Rights and Freedom will win with struggle of Iranian people and Resistance

Below is the text of speech by President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) to the conference at the UK parliament on the occasion of the international human rights day, 10 December 2015: Source: Maryam-Rajavi.com

The International Human Rights Day is actually the day of Iran and the people of Iran because my country is where people are most eager and thirsty for human rights.It is the day of Iran because it is the most oppressed country in the world today with all her freedoms enchained.

It is the day of Iran, because her people have fought most for human rights in our time. 120,000 PMOI [the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran] members and other freedom fighters have been executed, including 30,000 political prisoners who were massacred in 1988. And the PMOI members in camps Ashraf and Liberty who lost their lives for being steadfast against the clerical regime.

All of them have written Iran’s history of human rights in their blood; the eternal word they have written is freedom, a cause that will succeed with the Iranian people’s resistance.

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Maryam Rajavi: Human rights and freedoms in Iran can be reestablished with struggle and uprising

The Union of Iranian Associations in Europe sponsored a meeting, "United Against Fundamentalism: Role of Iranian Resistance" on Tuesday, December 8, 2015, held in Paris, two days ahead of International Human Rights Day.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, former US Senator and U.S. Democratic Party Nominee for vice-president, Joseph Lieberman, and Professor Alejo Vidal Quadras, former Vice-President of the European Parliament spoke at the event.

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