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Regime Change in Iran

As Uprisings and Crises Deepen it Shows Iranians Want a Regime Change

Regime Change in Iran

Many Iranians followed the MEK when it called for a regime change twice in the past 24 months.

The Iranian regime is afraid of the Iranian people after it mismanages the Covid-19 outbreak. It is just waiting now for more protests to occur which will be demanding not only a change in government but democratic elections and a new constitution as well.

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execution of Shayan Saeedpour

International Condemnation of Iran’s Human Rights Violations

execution of Shayan Saeedpour

The UN High Commissioner condemned the execution in Iran.

The human rights situation in Iran has been appalling for years. Despite calls from international organizations for the regime to end its policies of suppression in the country, it can only be acknowledged that the situation continues to get worse.

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The UN condemns violation of Human Rights in Iran

MEK Iran: UN Urged to Investigate Iran’s Human Rights Violations

The UN condemns violation of Human Rights in Iran

The NGOs urge the UN to take action on the violation of human rights in Iran, condemning the 1988 massacre in which 30000 political prisoners, mainly the MEK members and supporters, were slaughtered.

The United Nations received a joint statement, during its 44th Human Rights Council session in Geneva, urging it to take action on the Iranian regime’s historical and ongoing human rights violations by sending a fact-finding mission to Iran.

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UK solidarity conference with the Iranian uprising on the occasion of the International Women's Day

UK Parliament Holds Conference on Women’s Rights in Iran

UK solidarity conference with the Iranian uprising on the occasion of the International Women's Day

On the occasion of the International Women’s Day, a conference was held at the UK Houses of the Parliament, supporting the Iranian protests and the leadership of the President-elect, Maryam Rajvai

On Wednesday, a cross-party group of MPs from both houses of the British Parliament held a conference on women’s rights in Iran. The conference was scheduled in advance of International Women’s Day and focused on the regime’s oppression of women and the need to support the MEK and the Iranian people in their struggle for a free and democratic Iran. Ms. Douwlat Nouwrouzi, the UK Representative of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) live-tweeted the event.

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Regime's lies never end

MEK Iran: Iranian Regime’s Lies and Deceptions Never End

Regime's lies never end

Regime’s lies never end

Since the Iranian regime has been in power in Iran, it has told non-stop lies and has deceived both its own citizens and the international community time and time again. In fact, the regime was founded on a lie. When Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini took power, he told the people of Iran that he was sent to be God’s representative on Earth with regards to the establishment of the absolute rule of the clergy (or Velayat-e-faqih).

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Maryam Rajavi

Maryam Rajavi to Spanish Magazine: Regime is on Brink of Overthrow

Maryam Rajavi

Maryam Rajavi the President-elect of NCRI

Earlier this month the Spanish magazine El Espanol interviewed Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), about her thoughts on the current state of affairs in Iran and the future of the MEK Iran and Iranian Resistance. The interview was published in the magazine’s February 8, 2020 edition and includes Mrs. Rajavi’s recommendations on EU policy toward the Iranian regime.

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Ayyaran and the 1988 Massacre: A Peaceful Group, a Deadly End

Ayyaran was a small group of MEK supporters founded by Safi Gholi Ashrafi, a leader of the Yarsani religious minority in the small town of Sorkh Hesar, Tehran Province

Since the birth of the Islamic Republic, the mullahs’ regime has targeted MEK Iran, seeking to eliminate what it sees as an existential threat. Although the regime’s assaults on the MEK Iran continue to the present day, the mullahs committed some of their most appalling crimes during the 1980s.

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1988 massacre

The Forgotten Massacre: MEK Iran Seeks Justice for 30,000 Executed in Bloody Summer of 1988

1988 massacre

30000 political prisoners, mainly the MEK members and supporters were executed in 1988 under the direct order of Khomeini, founder of the Iranian regime

In 1988 the Iranian regime executed 30,000 political prisoners over the course of a single summer. The victims were targeted for their association with the MEK Iran and included teenagers, pregnant women, and prisoners who had already completed their sentences and were awaiting release.

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