|Lord Alton of Liverpool met and held talks with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi|
|Friday, 17 September 2004 01:00|
Lord Alton expressed his grave concern at the mullahs' continuing
efforts to develop nuclear weapons. He said it seemed as if Western
governments were finally coming to realize the destructive consequences
of the policy of appeasement. He said it was now time to review the
absurd decision to include the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran
in the terrorism list and that the PMOI must be removed from the list.
Lord Alton of Liverpool met and held talks with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the
Iranian Resistance's President-elect, at Auvers-sur-Oise, on Thursday,
September 16. The latest developments in Iran and the region were
discussed in the meeting.|
Lord Alton expressed his grave concern at the mullahs' continuing efforts to develop nuclear weapons. He said it seemed as if Western governments were finally coming to realize the destructive consequences of the policy of appeasement. He said it was now time to review the absurd decision to include the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran in the terrorism list and that the PMOI must be removed from the list.
The British peer also expressed his repugnance at the continuing grave violation of human rights in Iran, particularly the recent hanging of a 16-year-old girl in the northern town of Neka, where the religious judge himself put the rope around the victim's neck.
Lord Alton underlined his continuing support for efforts by Mrs. Rajavi to establish democracy and freedom in Iran.
The Resistance's President-elect thanked Lord Alton for his staunch support of the Iranian Resistance against the ruling religious tyranny in Iran and stressed the firm determination of the Resistance to establish freedom and democracy in Iran.
Mrs. Rajavi added that the Iranian people and the freedom-fighters of Iran draw encouragement from the courageous position of a majority of members of the British parliament, who have been condemning the mullahs' crimes and supporting the Iranian people's right to fight for democracy for years, despite the official government policy of appeasing the mullahs.
Ms. Dowlat Nowrouzi, the NCRI's representative in the UK, was present in the meeting.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
17 September 2004
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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...
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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.
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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.
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