|Message to parliamentary symposium in Britain|
|Monday, 14 February 2011 00:00|
I would like to also commend members of the House of Commons for the valuable Early Day Motion (EDM), emphasizing the importance to safeguard Ashraf security and also the need to de-list the PMOI from the U.S. List of terrorist organizations.
The wave of change in the region is to the detriment of the mullahs in Iran, who are unable to deal with the explosive state of the Iranian society, and express their fear about the situation.
At that time, both Houses of the British Parliament were crying out loud that the mullahs are behind the PMOI designation.
This was the flow of so-called “classified documents” fabricated by the mullahs for both Foreign Office and the US State Department.
This is how fundamentalism has spread its presence and reached even the Foreign Office.
This situation reminds us of the famous words of Sir Winston Churchill who said “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”
Undoubtedly damage from appeasing will continue to affect everyone, unless the British government adopts the policy of regime change in Iran and stands with the Iranian people and their struggle for change. Britain has to close this catastrophic chapter by recognizing the Iranian Resistance.
In January, mullahs executed 91 people including prisoners affiliated to PMOI whose crime were propaganda for PMOI and visit to Ashraf.
The Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Office recently confirmed in a debate at the House of Lords that these actions are either organized by the Iraqi government or authorized by it.
I am confident that the honorable British parliamentarians will achieve greater achievements in their campaign to remove the obstacles to change in Iran.
The Iranian people will neither forget the bitterness of appeasement in their history , nor will they ever forget the glory of the brilliant initiative by 35 UK lawmakers in fighting to de-list the PMOI.
They symbolize Britain’s true values. I salute them and all friends of the Iranian resistance.
I salute Lord Corbett, Lord Archer, Baroness Boothroyd, Lord Clark, Lord Wadington, Lord Carlile, Lord Alton, Lord Fraser, Baroness Turner, Lord Dholakia, Lord Mayhew, Lord Turnberg, Lord Maginnis and Lord King,
Add this page to your favorite Social Bookmarking websites
Mayors and members of city councils,
Dear friends of Iranian resistance,
We have gathered here as a good tradition, like every year, to start the New Year with our closest friends of the Iranian Resistance to wish for a happy year ahead.
This is also an opportunity for us to express our gratitude for your loyal and lasting friendship in a hard struggle.
But I believe that we are not here just to exchange greetings an good wishes, rather, to inspire hopes that are based on realities which have already started to materialize.
Delfi, November 11 - The leader of the Iranian opposition in exile Maryam Rajavi arrived Sunday evening in Tallinn. A large number of her compatriots living in Scandinavia came to welcome joyfully shouting: "Welcome!" Tunne Kelam MEP and MP Juku-Kalle Raid were among the dignitaries who welcomed her.
Juku-Kalle Raid told Delfi that Maryam Rajavi came to Estonia on their call for a three-day visit, she has planned a series of meetings, including with members of parliament.
TSR Info.ch, the newspaper, September 22:
The situation in Iran is explosive. Popular discontent is huge against the clerical regime and there are many events each and every day happening in every city, i.e. last week in Tabriz and Orumieh, there was a major protest and many arrests.
There have been lots of public hangings as of late throughout Iran, and despite enormous obstacles and many difficulties, the Iranian people continue their protests against the Tehran regime.Read more...
The New Year will the year of mullahs' overthrow
In a ceremonie at Auvers-sur-Oise for celebration of the Iranian new year, . Maryam Rajavi, congratulated all Iranians, political prisoners, families of martyrs, and supporters and members of the Iranian Resistance, especially PMOI members in Ashraf and Camp Liberty, on the occasion of the coming of spring of 1392 and wished that this would be the year of mullahs’ regime downfall and realization of freedom and democracy in Iran.
She noted that the year that ended was a year of crises, deadlock and wretchedness for the mullahs and that the New Year would be the year of downfall of mullahs.
Celebration of Nowrouz, the Iranian New Year, in the French National Assembly With Participation of Parliamentarians From Various Political Groups-
Maryam Rajavi - Special Guest of the Celebrations
Reuters - PARIS, April 3, 2013 / On Tuesday April 2,
a celebration on the occasion of Iranian New Year, Nowrouz, was held in the French National Assembly's Questure Hall. Members of Parliament representing various parliamentary groups participated in this celebration initiated by the French Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran (CPID). Mrs Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, was the special guest of this event that was chaired by Mr Dominique Lefebvre, the President of French Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran.
French parliamentarians supported the Iranian people's resistance for the establishment of human rights and democracy in Iran and expressed the hope that the Iranian New Year would be the year of great change in Iran, the end of religious dictatorship and the establishment of democracy and freedom for the great people of Iran.
Christmas greetings 2013
Message to UK Parliament