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  • Last Modified: Sabato 18 Gennaio 2020, 07:55:22.

Maryam Rajavi urges G8 leaders to stop appeasing mullahs, adopt decisive policy on Iran

ImageIn separate letters to the leaders of the eight industrialized nations, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect, called on them to end the policy of appeasing the mullahs in Iran and recognize the rights of the Iranian people for resistance against religious fascism.

Pointing to the decisive boycott of the elections and the criminal and terrorist record of the mullahs’ new president, Mrs. Rajavi underscored, “Now for the first time power in the executive, judiciary and the legislature is consolidated in the hand of Khamenei’s faction and the most extremist grouping within the regime.”

Election boycott was a historic ‘no’ to mullahs’ regime, ‘yes’ to democracy

ImagePresident Elect's Statements Maryam Rajavi: Election boycott was a historic ‘no’ to mullahs’ regime, ‘yes’ to democratic change in Iran

To continue appeasing mullahs is tantamount to complicity in suppression, facilitating nuclear weapons procurement and giving free rein to export of terrorism

In a message to the Iranian people, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi congratulated them on the nationwide solid boycott of yesterday’s sham elections, saying that it amounted to a complete rejection of the clerical regime.

“An assassin and a terrorist has assumed the presidency of mullahs’ regime,” Mrs. Rajavi said. “Now, the world can clearly see that reform of the clerical state was nothing more than a catastrophic, eight-year road from religious fascism to religious fascism, which Khatami and his spin-doctors demagogically called ‘religious populism.’”

Maryam Rajavi congratulates nationwide boycott to Iranian people

ImageMrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, congratulated the nationwide and victorious boycott of the illegitimate presidential election to the Iranian people, describing it as a reflection of a great national resolve to bring down the ruling theocracy and establish democracy in the fettered Iran.

Mrs. Rajavi underscored that the mullahs’ election was faced with a major wave of popular protests before the vote, which caused unprecedented discord within the regime’s leadership and inflicted a heavy blow to the mullahs on election day.

Maryam Rajavi condemns "Bloody Friday" in southern Iran city

Calls on U.N. Secretary General to send fact-finding mission

Following heavy clashes during Ahwaz's Bloody Friday yesterday, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, strongly condemned the brutal suppression of the demonstration by people in this city. While offering her condolences to the families of those killed and praying for the recovery of the injured, Mrs. Rajavi called on the people from neighbouring towns in Khuzestan and throughout Iran, from all ethnic backgrounds, to rush to the aid of the people of Ahwaz, especially those of Arab descent under repression.

Human Rights Watch Report a catalogue of lies intended to help ruling theocracy

ImageMaryam Rajavi: HRW Report a catalogue of lies intended to help the ruling theocracy in Iran on the eve of presidential election farce
The intent is to prevent the removal of Mojahedin from terrorist list, which has gained growing support in Europe, U.S.

Timing and haste to produce the report, no inquiries from Mojahedin, the nature of sources, testimony-by-telephone which serve to preserve an anti-human regime reach unprecedented nadir in manipulating human rights

Former French First Lady, Danielle Mitterrand, Meets the President-elect of NCRI

ImageOn the eve of the second anniversary of the June 17 raid on the offices of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Paris, former French First Lady Danielle Mitterrand, president of France Libertés Foundation, met and held talks with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, in her residence at Auvers-sur-Oise.

Maryam Rajavi calls for concrete steps by Ottawa as fresh evidence of Zahra Kazemi's murder surfaces

ImageMrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, called on the international community and the Canadian government to take practical steps against the mullahs' regime for the gruesome murder of Canadian journalist Zahra Kazemi. Her statement came after a press conference Friday by Canadian Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew, in which he talked about new revelations of the torture and rape of Kazemi while she was being held in Tehran's notorious Evin Prison.

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