MEK: 3rd Day of the Free Iran 2021
Monday, July 12, 2021, on the third day of the summit, entitled “Global Support for the Iranian People’s Uprising and the Democratic Alternative“, we witness the international support for the people and the resistance of Iran.
On the third day of the event, the focus is on human rights violations by the mullahs’ regime, the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners across Iran’s prisons, and the need to prosecute senior regime officials. This includes the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, president-select Ebrahim Raisi, and Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’i, the regime’s new judiciary chief.
Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of (NCRI)
“When it comes to the Iranian people’s relationship with the regime, the appointment of Ebrahim Raisi, the henchman of the 1988 massacre, to the presidency of the mullahs’ religious dictatorship is a reflection of the era of its overthrow,” said Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), in her address to the conference. “And in political terms, it is the end for illusions of moderation within the regime. It marks the failure of Western governments’ policy of complacency toward the religious fascism.”
Mullah Raisi is a criminal guilty of genocide
“As far as the international community is concerned, this is a test of whether it will engage and deal with this genocidal regime or whether it will stand with the Iranian people. “We say to the world community, especially to Western governments, that Mullah Raisi is a criminal guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity in 1988. “He is guilty because as one of the regime’s highest Judiciary officials during the last 40 years, he played a decisive role in the execution and murder of the Iranian people’s children. “He is guilty because he is one of the leaders of a regime that killed 1,500 youths during the November 2019 uprising, a figure that researchers say is actually three times higher.
No matter the mask they choose to wear, Ahmadinejad, Rouhani, Raisi, are all one and the same. They are all part of this blood-thirsty monster sitting in history with contempt for the values we share.
They won’t prevail. The end is here, and it has a name and face. The name is the name of every Ashrafi, and the face is the face of you, Maryam Rajavi. It is because of the example of your resilience and determination that young people in Iran are daring to defy this homicidal regime.
What keeps you together is not the hatred, the fear or the rage, the vengeance and the ferociousness, but the dignifying thirst of justice and truth, and the immense transforming power of the love you share for your country.
In 1988 when the regime waged war on its own people attempting to destroy the MEK through murder, those who sought compromise lost legitimacy. Those who would rule from within and seek change lost the right to rule.
Only one organization never sought compromise, has no blood on its hands, never denied the freedom of any arrangement, stood tall, and has the means, the resources and determination, to rule a free and democratic Iran at peace with the world, the MEK, and only one leader, Mrs. Rajavi.
The choice just made by the Ayatollah has in many ways to be a better indication of just how fragile this regime is, and just how close this regime is to collapse. To put in charge of your government a man that is a mass murder… is extraordinarily stupid. That’s a sign that you really feel that things are moving against you, and you have to become as brutal as possible. The selection of Raisi is exactly that.
All Americans are with you in your fight for freedom. We are willing to sacrifice as if we are fighting for our own freedom because we admire you so much, and we know how much you can do for the world.