Continuing appeasement emboldening mullahs in suppression, export of terror and pursuit of nuclear weapons program
Threatening the European side in the nuclear talks, Hassan Rowhani,
secretary for the Supreme National Security Council, said in a speech
to the Majlis (Parliament), "If negotiations between Iran and Europe
over the nuclear issue prove fruitless, we will halt them."
Some 20,000 workers who had gathered in and around Tehran's Azadi
Stadium in Tehran today chanted "referendum, referendum, referendum,
this what our people want" and "the Majlis betrays us and leaders
support them", forcing ex-President Hashemi Rafsanjani to call off his
scheduled speech at the May Day gathering.
Teachers in Tehran and across Iranian towns and cities continue their
protests and strikes because of harsh living conditions and low
salaries, despite pressure by the mullahs' regime.
Yesterday, more than 1,000 teachers demonstrated outside the mullahs'
Majlis in Baharestan Square for the third consecutive day. Suppressive
agents of the State Security Forces, under the command of Col. Massoud
Jafari, beat up and arrested a number of demonstrators. To identify and
harass the teachers demonstrating, agents of the Ministry of
Intelligence and Security filmed the teachers.
The Iranian society’s explosive situation and the escalating internal
feuding among the ruling mullahs foretell of the “countdown” for the
clerical regime in Iran. The unprecedented wave of public executions
and the implementation of inhuman punishments such as stoning,
eye-gouging and limb amputations have failed to thwart the expansion of
popular protests and uprisings (numbering more than 1,000 just this
Iranian Resistance welcomes recalling of Canadian ambassador from
Tehran and calls for firm international measures against widespread
human rights violations in Iran
Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, chairman of the NCRI Foreign Affairs
Committee welcomed the decision by Mr. Bill Graham, the Foreign
Minister of Canada, to recall Canada’s ambassador from Iran in protest
to the Iranian regime’s refusal to allow representatives of the
Canadian government to attend a show trial on Zahra Kazemi’s murder
U.S. and Iraqi officials have reiterated that the Iranian regime’s
meddling in Iraq has undermined peace and stability in that country.
Tehran’s efforts to acquire nuclear weapons have also aroused alarm in
the world community. There are reports on the role of Tehran in the
September 11 tragedy and international human rights organizations have
pointed to the deterioration of human rights in Iran and the rise in
public executions. A worldwide consensus has emerged on the need for a
regime change in Iran.
Human Rights Watch pushes a discredited political agenda under the smokescreen of a “human rights report”
- Procedure and sources used in the Human Rights Watch report
on People's Mojahedin and its content unveil a political agenda serving
the Iranian regime
- In flagrant breach of recognized norms of all human rights
organizations, Human Rights Watch did not make any enquiries with the
Mojahedin to substantiate its accusations