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Role in the 1988 Crimes Against Humanity

MEK Iran: Mahallati Has Never Openly Admitted His Role in the 1988 Crimes Against Humanity

Role in the 1988 Crimes Against Humanity

MEK Iran: Role in the 1988 Crimes Against Humanity –  Mahallati at that time he was employed as the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Iran to the United Nations. Even though he knew these “summary executions” had taken place and even referred to them as “horrible acts” he denies playing any part in it.

This statement was brought against Professor of Religion and Nancy Schrom Dye Chair in the Middle East and North African Studies, Mohammad Jafar Mahallati, in relation to the role he played in the 1988 slaughter of thousands of political prisoners.

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NCRI hosts British Parliament

Struan Stevenson: ‘The Revolution Is Coming’

NCRI hosts British Parliament

Former MEP Struan Stevenson: ‘The Revolution Is Coming’

Struan Stevenson published an op/ed on Friday on the American Thinker website condemning the Iranian regime for its continued human rights violations at home and acts of aggression in the Middle East and describing the massive Resistance Movement that has risen up in Iran to protest the regime and its leaders. Stevenson further called on the international community to support Iran’s democratic opposition movement, the MEK, in its efforts to end the theocratic regime.

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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.

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Demonize the MEK

The Iranian Regime Publishes Books in a Desperate Attempt to Demonize the MEK

Demonize the MEK

Throughout the decades of rule by the theocratic regime, it hasn’t stopped demonizing what the MEK stands for and that is freedom and democracy in Iran and not oppression and terrorism so often used by the regime to terrorize its citizens.

The Iranian regime continues to pursue its demonization campaign against the main Iranian opposition organization, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK), by releasing books that do not speak the truth.

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The tragic events

MEK Iran: The True Cost of the Iran-Iraq War

The tragic events

One of the founders of the regime agency the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Javad Mansouri, revealed in an interview in 2017: “If there had not been a war, I think the Islamic Revolution would have been destroyed. It was through the war that we were able to suppress the internal counter-revolution, to suppress the grouplets (PMOI / MEK Iran).”

The former Supreme Leader of Iran, Ruhollah Khomeini, had described the Iran-Iraq war as the “holy defense”, in an attempt to legitimize what is the biggest crime against humanity that the regime has committed to the Iranian people.

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The European Parliamentary Conference on Iran

MEK Iran: The European Parliamentary Conference on Iran Policy Demonstrates the “political and ethical obligations” of European nations.

The European Parliamentary Conference on Iran

The gathering was organized by the NCRI and was an annual event, attended by supporters of the NCRI, MEK, and Iranian resistance movement.

On Wednesday 7 October 2020, the Friends of Free Iran (FOFI) organized a semi-online conference in the European Parliament, to draw attention to the “correct policy” and the “political and ethical obligations” for European nations in opposition to the regime’s “ongoing crimes against humanity.” Dozens of members of the European Parliament, spanning different political groups, critically analyzed the current EU policy on Iran.

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Ali Khamenei

MEK Iran: The Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, and his crimes against humanity.

Ali Khamenei

An influential cleric who was close to Khomeini, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, suggested that Khamenei should be appointed as the new Supreme Leader, following the death of Khomeini. Hossein Ali Montazeri, who was the designated successor for many years prior, was outcasted for his protests against the massacre of around 30,000 (PMOI / MEK Iran), political prisoners in 1988, ordered by the regime.

Ali Khamenei is the 81-year-old Supreme Leader of the mullahs’ regime in Iran and is the ultimate authority on all state matters in the theocratic regime. He is responsible for all the crimes against humanity that the regime commits against the citizens of Iran, as well as international acts of terrorism.

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1988 Massacre

MEK: U.N. Urged to Investigate 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners in Iran

1988 Massacre

The 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, 90 percent of whom belonged to the (PMOI / MEK Iran).

The United Nations, currently convened for a General Assembly, has been urged by survivors of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran to investigate what happened.

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Iran-Iraq War

MEK Iran: How the Iranian Regime Began the Iran-Iraq War.

Iran-Iraq War

Khomeini, after the 1979 revolution, was seeking to establish his religious empire and pursued a policy of eliminating all of his political rivals, and the resistance force of the MEK, at any cost. In order to cover up and distract from the repression and civil war that Khomeini was instigating in Iran, he sought to initiate a foreign conflict.

The end of September marks the anniversary of the bloody Iran-Iraq war which began on 22 September 1980 when Iran was invaded by Iraq, at the instigation of Iran.

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Justice for 1988 Massacre

MEK Iran: Justice for 1988 Massacre in Iran Has Been Dragging on for Far too Long

Justice for 1988 Massacre

Khomeini issued a fatwa in mid-July 1988 which led to the secret mass executions of 30,000 political prisoners, many of whom were affiliated with the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran).

Even though 1988 is a long time ago, the massacre 30,000 political prisoners mainly members or supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization  (PMOI / MEK Iran) of Iran’s main opposition group has never been forgotten, meaning justice is still being sought.

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