MEK/NCRI Supporters in Europe

MEK Supporters Demonstrations Against Iran’s Death Penalty Across Europe

MEK/NCRI Supporters in Europe

The demonstrations were by supporters of the (NCRI) and the (PMOI / MEK Iran), took place in Britain, Germany, and the Netherlands.

8th October has been designated “World Day Against the Death Penalty,” so supporters of the Iranian opposition NCRI and MEK, used this opportunity to stage demonstrations in several key European cities to protest the use of the death penalty and executions in Iran.

The demonstrations were by supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran). Demonstrations took place in Britain, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Iran has one of the world’s highest rates of execution and currently, the regime is using executions to try and subdue the rising anger and dissent in Iran by ordinary Iranians. The protests that the activists MEK Supporters are staging are aimed at persuading European governments to take stronger action against the Iranian regime and condemn its use of the death penalty.

The protesters also called for those responsible for the crimes against humanity in Iran to be brought to justice, in particular those who enabled the execution of 30,000 political prisoners, most of them MEK members and supporters, in 1988.

In London, Britain, on October 10th, demonstrators displayed photos of some of the executions in Iran, including some of those who were killed in 1988, the protests of November 2019, and more recently Navid Afkari and Mostafa Salehi.

The London demonstration, which took place in Trafalgar Square, revealed the terrible truth that Iran has now become the world’s biggest executioner per capita, with 120,000 political prisoners killed by the regime since it gained power.

Iranians in Britain who were present at the demonstration demanded that governments condemned the Iranian regime for its use of the death penalty and emphasized that the worst crime against humanity in Iran took place in 1988 when 30,000 political prisoners were slaughtered.

In Berlin, Germany, on October 8th, Iranian opposition supporters mounted a demonstration in front of the German Reichstag (Parliament). They called for an end to the death penalty and all executions in Iran. They also called for more support for the Iranian opposition in their legitimate desire for regime change. At the same time, a virtual conference was organized with the title “Executions Means of Keeping Power.”

In the Hague, the Netherlands, NCRI supporters gathered to protest against the use of the death penalty on October 10th. Demonstrators called for those responsible for the deaths of the 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988 to be brought to justice.

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