Iran’s women are ‘defying the mullahs’

By Frances Townsend - - Wednesday, July 18, 2018


No to death penalty in Iran

Why does the world remain silent when Iranian political prisoners are tormented to death or hanged?


In memory of Professor Kazem Rajavi

Every year, April 24 reminds me of a great man: Professor Kazem Rajavi, member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and brother of Massoud...


The coming storm in Iran?

By Mitchell B. ReissThe president of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Maryam Rajavi, addressed a crowd gathered in front of the...


Maryam Rajavi participating in the Iranian Resistance’s Nowruz gathering

From right, Fatmir Mediu, Chairman of the Republican Party of Albania; Rudy Giuliani, advisor to the US President in Cyber Security; Maryam Rajavi; Elona Gjebrea, secretary...


What are the International Community’s obligations towards Iran?

Europe’s long-overdue focus on the threats posed by the Iranian regime’s regional warmongering and its ballistic missile program is of course a positive step.


Question: what were the main factors leading to Iran uprising?

Three essential elements were involved in creating the uprising.  Those same three elements provide the potential for its persistence: First, accumulated, explosive discontent; second, an overall...


Question: what is Iran’s status from a political standpoint?

The light of change is shining on Iran. The ruling regime is in disarray and paralyzed as never before.


At issue is regime change

Today, the immediate public demand in Iran is regime change and establishing freedom and democracy.


Question: what will you do after the mullahs are overthrown?

We are not saying that the mullahs must go so that we could replace them.


Maryam Rajavi

President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

The President-elect of the NCRI for the period to transfer sovereignty to the people of Iran

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