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Mrs. Maryam Rajavi once again expressed her sympathy to the Vandecasteele family and noted that firmness is the only language understood by the bloodthirsty rulers of Iran who have killed more than 750 people in the recent uprising, 77 of them are children and teenagers

Mullahs’ Dirty, Blackmail To Force Belgium to Release Regime’s Terrorist Diplomat

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi once again expressed her sympathy to the Vandecasteele family and noted that firmness is the only language understood by the bloodthirsty rulers of Iran who have killed more than 750 people in the recent uprising, 77 of them are children and teenagers

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi once again expressed her sympathy to the Vandecasteele family and noted that firmness is the only language understood by the bloodthirsty rulers of Iran who have killed more than 750 people in the recent uprising, 77 of them children and teenagers.

 

 

The Belgian government must neutralize mullahs’ ploy and secure the well-being and safety of Olivier Vandecasteele by announcing that it will try Khamenei in absentia if the hostage is lashed

To blackmail the Belgian government into releasing the imprisoned terrorist diplomat Assadollah Assadi and help him escape his punishment, the regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, ordered the Judiciary to sentence the Belgian hostage, Olivier Vandecasteele, to 40 years in prison, 74 lashes, and a million dollar fine on bogus charges.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), who was the primary target of the plot to blow the Free Iran World Summit in Paris in June 2018, strongly condemned this dirty and inhuman blackmail.

 

Mrs. Rajavi once again expressed her sympathy with the Vandecasteele family and noted that firmness is the only language understood by the bloodthirsty rulers of Iran who have killed more than 750 people in the recent uprising, 77 of whom were children and teenagers.

Mrs. Rajavi once again expressed her sympathy with the Vandecasteele family and noted that firmness is the only language understood by the bloodthirsty rulers of Iran who have killed more than 750 people in the recent uprising, 77 of whom were children and teenagers.

 

Therefore, to neutralize the mullahs’ ploy and secure the well-being and safety of Vandecasteele, the Belgian government must immediately announce that it will prosecute Khamenei in absentia if the hostage is subjected to lashes.

Mrs. Rajavi reiterated: I wish the religious fascism ruling Iran would stop taking hostages, but in the past 43 years, for every hostage that has been freed by exchanges or incentives, the regime has taken or killed at least two other hostages. If this is not the case, the regime ruling Iran must immediately provide a written commitment to the United Nations that it will release Vandecasteele and all other hostages and will no longer take any more hostages.

 

 


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"Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar," Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women's role in what many regard as Iran's democratic revolution.

Belgian conference with NCRI in support of the ongoing widespread demonstrations in Iran

"Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar," Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women's role in what many regard as Iran's democratic revolution.

“Women are at the forefront of this movement because they have been the most oppressed by this misogynistic regime.  It is an uprising against the religious dictatorship, with misogyny as its central pillar,” Mrs. Rajavi said, referring to Iranian women’s role in what many regards as Iran’s democratic revolution.

 

Belgian lawmakers held a conference in support of Iran’s nationwide uprising, with Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The event was presided over by Ms. Els Van Hoof, chair of the Belgian parliament’s foreign affairs committee.“The current situation in Iran is very sensitive. The regime has shown that it is capable of all crimes to remain in power. But in the face of the Iranian people’s courage, it has reached a dead end,” Mrs. Rajavi said.

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Raisi served as Tehran's deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in 1988.

UN’s embrace of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi whitewashes his record of crimes against humanity

Raisi served as Tehran's deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in 1988.

Raisi served as Tehran’s deputy prosecutor and was a member of the death commission in the 1988 massacre in Iran.

 

The fact that President Ebrahim Raisi of the murderous Iranian regime is scheduled to attend the 77th UN General Assembly session in New York this month is astounding, to say the least. When Raisi was named the regime’s president last year, the reputable international human rights organization Amnesty International stated, “That Ebrahim Raisi has risen to the presidency instead of being investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance, and torture is a grim reminder that impunity reigns supreme in Iran.”

 

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A bomb-disposal robot later handled more than 500 grams of the high explosive TATP, which was later discovered in a toiletry bag and partially detonated.

Iran: 70 Western human rights experts condemn the prospective release of terrorist Assadollah Assadi

A bomb-disposal robot later handled more than 500 grams of the high explosive TATP, which was later discovered in a toiletry bag and partially detonated.

A bomb-disposal robot later handled more than 500 grams of the high explosive TATP, which was later discovered in a toiletry bag and partially detonated.

 

Approximately 70 lawmakers, academics, and human rights organizations from Europe and the Americas released a statement on Wednesday denouncing the potential release of Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi, who was convicted of planning a terrorist attack against Iranian expatriates and foreign backers of Iran’s pro-democracy opposition last year and sentenced to 20 years in prison in Belgium. Two Iranian-Belgian operatives were detained by law enforcement on June 30, 2018, as they were heading toward the French border.

 

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Prominent dignitaries and legal experts discussed the Iranian regime's impunity for terrorism and crimes against humanity at the international conference in Paris.

MEK Iran: Paris conference calling for Western nations to end Iran’s impunity crisis

Prominent dignitaries and legal experts discussed the Iranian regime's impunity for terrorism and crimes against humanity at the international conference in Paris.

Prominent dignitaries and legal experts discussed the Iranian regime’s impunity for terrorism and crimes against humanity at the international conference in Paris.

 

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held a conference on “Impunity for Terrorism and Crimes Against Humanity” on Saturday, September 10 in Paris. The event was held in light of President Ebrahim Raisi of the Iranian regime’s intention to attend the UN General Assembly. Raisi is known as the “butcher of Tehran” due to his pivotal role in the mass execution of more than 30,000 political prisoners in the summer of 1988. He stands for a murderous establishment that has killed thousands of dissidents, protesters, and regular prisoners over the years. The participants also provided the Free World with policy suggestions on how to deal with Tehran.

 

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It came at a time when former Iranian prison official Hamid Noury, who was arrested in Sweden in 2019, was facing prosecution for his role in the 1988 massacre.

Raisi’s attendance at the UN General Assembly will exacerbate Iran’s impunity crisis

that Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi intends to attend the UNGA and that the US is willing to grant him a visa to visit New York.

Mullahs regime President Ebrahim Raisi intends to attend the UNGA and that the US is willing to grant him a visa to visit New York.

 

The United Nations General Assembly will convene for its 77th session on September 13, with several world leaders scheduled to address the international body in the days that follow. As of now, it appears that Iranian regime President Ebrahim Raisi intends to attend the UNGA and that the US is willing to grant him a visa to visit New York. Both of these expectations are regrettable in that they demonstrate the United States’ willingness to overlook terrible human rights violations and terrorist threats while also demonstrating that Tehran is aware of them.

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Freedom-lovers Iranians protest across EU, calling for a regime change

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People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) supporters and pro-freedom Iranians held protests against the mullahs’ regime in Iran. These protests took place in recent days in Rome, Cologne, Stuttgart, Oslo, and Copenhagen in Germany, as well as Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Oslo, and Copenhagen in Norway.

 

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Since the authorities murdered thousands of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) members during a massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1988, the regime has pretended that there is no pro-democracy opposition.

Western nations must support Iranians in their way to overthrown Iran’s authoritarian regime

Since the authorities murdered thousands of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) members during a massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1988, the regime has pretended that there is no pro-democracy opposition.

Since the authorities murdered thousands of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) members during a massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1988, the regime has pretended that there is no pro-democracy opposition.

 

The Iranian Resistance has long argued that theocratic dictatorship in Iran’s problems can only be resolved through regime change. For nearly as long, American and European lawmakers have assumed that regime change is impossible and that the clerical regime’s long-term hold on power is an indelible fact of geopolitics.

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The court set the date for the parties' oral hearing for September 19 and gave the parties until September 15 to exchange their briefs.

Brussels Court of First Instance extends the ban on returning Assadi to Iran until September

A treaty was signed in March between the Iranian government and Belgium that paved the way for the release of Assadi, but it wasn't made public until the end of June when it was submitted to the Belgian parliament for ratification.

A treaty was signed in March between the Iranian government and Belgium that paved the way for the release of Assadi, but it wasn’t made public until the end of June when it was submitted to the Belgian parliament for ratification.

 

The Iranian Resistance filed a petition with the Brussels Court of First Instance on Thursday to prevent the extradition and release of Assadollah Assadi, a convicted Iranian regime diplomat-terrorist.In 2018, Assadi and his associates attempted to bomb a 100,000-person Iranian Resistance gathering in France, which included hundreds of lawmakers, current and former officials, and dignitaries from five continents.

 

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according to statistics, there are more than 400 large infrastructure projects in the country that lack the necessary environmental permits.

Iran-Belgium deal to release terrorists ignores the regime’s ongoing heinous crimes

Opponents of the "Transfer for Sentenced Persons" treaty are understandably concerned that Assadi's release could provide the Iranian regime with clear incentives to ramp up its practice of hostage-taking.

Opponents of the “Transfer for Sentenced Persons” treaty are understandably concerned that Assadi’s release could provide the Iranian regime with clear incentives to ramp up its practice of hostage-taking.

 

 

This week, a treaty was ratified by the Belgian parliament, which will likely pave the way for the exchange of an Iranian terrorist for a Belgian national who is a hostage in the Islamic Republic. Olivier Vandecasteele was detained by Iranian authorities in February, roughly a year after a Belgian court sentenced the Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi to 20 years in prison for organizing a plot to bomb an opposition gathering in Iran close to Paris in 2018.

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