Here we are witnessing the second anniversary of the storming of the residence of Maryam Rajavi and her colleagues in Paris.
Two years without proper charge being made. Two years of uncertainty, two years of anxiety of those people wrongly being accused of doing things against the law in France.
The protestors carried banners supporting the National Council of Resistance of Iran and President-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi.
Ms. Moghadam said that the religious dictatorship in its entirety has been condemned by the Iranian people.
Another participant said, "We are holding this demonstration in solidarity with the absolute majority of the Iranian people who have answered the calls by the President-elect of the Iranian resistance for a boycott." She added, "Iranian people have not been given a chance to select their true candidates, the choice is between two terrorists".
It was with surprise and disappointment that we recently learned of a critical report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW) on the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI). The stories by supposed 'former members' of the PMOI interviewed by HRW contained nothing new and are highly likely to be fabrications.
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By David Haldane, Times Staff Writer - May 23, 2005
A crowd of about 500 people gathered in Huntington Beach on Sunday to demand that the United States support the Iranian opposition and remove its most powerful armed group, the People's Mujahedin, from the government's list of terrorist organizations
European lawmakers and jurists called on French authorities to drop charges against officials of the opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran and put an end to what they described as harassment of opponents of Iran’s clerical regime in France.
One-sided report of Human Rights Watch on the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran violates the right of defence, the most basic humanitarian right
The Human Rights Watch in a report published on May 18, alleged that the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) mistreats its members.
We were shocked to find out that the Human Rights Watch had not informed the PMOI regarding any of these allegations prior to publishing its report.
This conduct of the Human Rights Watch is in clear violation of all well- established international standards and the basic right of defence.
For immediate release
19 May, 2005
Commenting on a Human Rights Watch report on the Iranian resistance and the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI) the British Committee for Iran Freedom said:
"Human Rights Watch has been made a fool of by the mullahs. It has accepted unsubstantiated allegations without asking the PMOI for comment."
The People's Mujahedeen Organisation said in a statement in Paris that the report by the US-based group Human Rights Watch was nothing more than "a highly politicised invective against the Iranian resistance movement."
International Human Rights Committee and Law Reform Board
Law Socitey of England and Wales
The content of the baseless and unsubstantiated allegations made by those interviewed did not surprise me, as I have read their allegations and the Iranian Mojahedin's responses in various publications before. However, what concerned me was the fact that Human Rights Watch decided to publish such a report without carrying out the most basic checks to ensure the accuracy and truth of the testimonies provided and without giving the Iranian Mojahedin an opportunity to respond.