Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in Cologne, Germany, and condemning the mullahs regime ruling Iran – September 3, 2022

Iranian exiles commemorate the 57th anniversary of MEK’s founding

Freedom loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallying in Cologne, Germany, and condemning the mullahs regime ruling Iran – September 3, 2022

Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the Iranian opposition PMOIMEK rallied in Cologne, Germany, and condemned the mullah’s regime ruling Iran – on September 3, 2022.

 

On Saturday, protests by pro-freedom Iranians and members of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) were held in four different cities in Europe and Canada. MEK supporters gathered to commemorate the organization’s 57th anniversary, condemn the mullahs’ atrocious human rights violations, and call on the US administration to deny Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi a visa to attend the upcoming annual United Nations, General Assembly.

 

These protesters also voiced their support for recent demonstrations against severe water shortages taking place in several cities across Iran and praised the MEK for its growing network of “Resistance Units” spread out across the nation. Stockholm, Oslo, Toronto, Paris, Cologne, and other cities hosted these gatherings.

The MEK has fought for freedom, democracy, and human rights in a secular and democratic republic for 57 years. On Saturday, Iranian Canadians in Toronto commemorated this struggle.

On September 1, a day designated in Canada as a day in solidarity with political prisoners in Iran, freedom-loving Iranian Canadians, and MEK supporters gathered in Toronto’s Queens Park. The demonstrating Iranian Canadians demanded the release of all political prisoners held in Iran before expressing their opposition to the entry of regime president Ebrahim Raisi onto American soil.

 

 

They urged the American government to refuse Raisi a visa and prevent him from going to the upcoming UN General Assembly in New York later this month.MEK supporters held a book exhibition in Paris where they denounced Raisi and the mullahs’ violations of human rights and expressed support for the ongoing demonstrations taking place all over Iran.

Raisi is best known for his direct involvement in the 1988 prison massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners, most of whom were MEK members and supporters. They chanted phrases demanding that Raisi and the mullahs be tried, adding that Raisi ought to be detained and charged with crimes against humanity and human rights violations.

Iranians gathered in Stockholm, Sweden’s capital, to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the founding of the MEK, and they vowed to continue the fight for freedom, democracy, and human rights in Iran alongside their countrymen who still endure the repression of the mullahs’ regime.

 

 

Iranians gathered in Cologne to express their support for the MEK Resistance Units there and to reaffirm their determination to bring about a regime change in Iran. These demonstrations also demanded that the governments of Washington and Europe end their disastrous appeasement strategy toward the Iranian regime of the mullahs.

 

 

MEK supporters gathered in Oslo, Norway’s capital, for their weekly meeting outside the Norwegian Parliament to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the founding of the organization and to pledge their continued support for the ongoing struggle.

In addition, supporters of the MEK gathered in The Hague, Netherlands, and Aarhus, Denmark, on Sunday, September 4. They expressed support for the MEK Resistance Units throughout Iran and denounced the regime’s ongoing support for international terrorism.

 

 

 


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