Friday, June 1, 2018

#Iranstrikes& #protests-reports& #news on Jun 2018

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Iran Protests: Reports from Tehran, Borujerd & other cities

June 17, 2018 - A variety of incoming reports from different areas of Iran indicate popular protests continue with people actively voicing their demands.

College students in Tehran protested heavy jail sentences issued by the mullahs’ so-called judiciary against their classmates. Social School students rallied on Sunday and demanded these sentences be revoked. The students forced exam cancellations and protested on campus. They were seen holding placards calling on their professors to take a stance and raise their voice.
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Ahvaz National Steel employees continue protests on 16th day

despite the intensive presence of repressive forces for the third week with the slogan "Detained workers must be freed". They protested against the arrest of workers, as well as the failure to pay months of salaries and bonuses and end-of-year rewards (not paid since 2011).
The workers who are living in a dire livelihood situation chanted: “The worker dies; he does not accept humiliation; Let go of Syria, think about us; Our enemy is here, they falsely say it is America; Noble citizen, support, support; Death to the oppressor, salute to the worker”. They also protest the uncertainty of ownership of the company and the lack of factory production lines.
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Iran Truck Drivers’ nationwide gain further support
Fearing further protests and the international political balance of power tilting against the mullahs’ regime, senior officials and those considered close to regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei are seen warning of another uprising spark across the country.
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A land of escalating of protests
Iran, June 7, 2018 - According to reports issued by the Iranian opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), protests and strikes by workers and people from other walks of life continue across the country.
In Bandar Abbas, shipping yard workers protesting not receiving their paychecks for the past few months demonstrated outside the company building.
As truck drivers continue their nationwide strike, gas stations across the country, such as Nasimshahr in Tehran Province, faced fuel shortage for the third consecutive day. Drivers in the cities of Isfahan, Ahvaz, Bandar Abbas, Kerman, Sanandaj, Chahbahar, Shiraz and others are refusing to deliver any goods.
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June 3, 2018
13th day of truck driver strike 
These protests have now engulfed 281 cities and towns throughout all 31 provinces 

Tens of thousands of truck drivers across Iran continued a nationwide strike on Monday, marking its 13th consecutive day.
Strike of truck and heavy vehicles’ drivers has affected many other sectors of the economy and has put the regime in serious trouble. In particular, more than 90% of goods and passengers are transported by road transport vehicles. The anti-popular policies of the mullahs regime that destroyed the economy of the country have a double burden on drivers of trucks and heavy vehicles. In addition to increasing costs and inflation, these drivers suffer from an increase in extortion of the regime under the excuse of commissions, tariffs, etc.
People from all walks of life, alongside a variety of entities throughout Iran, are voicing their support for the tens of thousands of truck drivers on strike in this very restive country.
ehran’s Bus Drivers Union issued a statement supporting the truckers’ protests.
“We consider this strike as completely just and the drivers’ right to continue their protests. We also condemn any acts of aggression against the protesting truck drivers.”
This union is calling for urgent measures in response to the demands raised by these truckers and taxi drivers and calls on the International Transport Workers' Federation to support these strikes.
A group of road and construction engineers in Tehran issued statement in this regard emphasizing:
Day 10 of nationwide strike by Iran's truckers. These truck drivers are refusing to deliver loads as Iran Protests persist. Workers are often not paid for months. They now realize there's more to be gained by striking. (Footage from Kavar, May 31 via MEK activists)
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Report shows numerous protests in different cities

Credit firm clients demanding their savings returned Reports from inside Iran indicate a continuing day of protests on Sunday in cities across the country and by people from all walks of life.
More than 500 employees of the Ahwaz National Steel Company staged a march towards the governor's office. These workers are demanding their paychecks that have been delayed for the past several months.
Clients of the Caspian Credit Co., associated to the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards, protested today in Rasht, northern Iran, and demanded their savings returned.

Employees of the Haft Tappeh Sugar Cane Company in the city of Shush, southwest Iran, went on strike today protesting three months of delayed paychecks.
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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Iran protests-News-Name&info of martyrs of Kazerun protest

Ceremony for murdered Kazerun protesters

May 26, 2018 - People of Kazerun held a ceremony on Friday, March 25th, remembering the protesters murdered by the Iranian regime’s security forces in the recent demonstrations. A large number of people took part while security and intelligence units were present at the scene, besieging the entire area and taking measures to prevent people from chanting slogans. Such security forces were stationed across the city.
Authorities had gone the limits to not deliver the bodies of these murdered protesters to their families. The families’ protests and insistence, however, forced city officials to bring an end to this plot.
The burial ceremony for these four protesters was held on May 22 despite the fact that Iranian regime officials sought to force the families to bury their loved ones in four different places and at different timings in order to prevent a large gathering and an angry demonstration.
Two of the protesters were buried in the city’s “Seyed Mohammad” cemetery. Another protester was buried in the Behesht-e Zahra cemetery.
Iranian regime authorities had also cut-off all internet connections and jammed satellite networks to prevent the distribution of any news about Kazerun and the ceremonies.
Security unit commanders had also recalled their uniformed units and dispatched plainclothes agents, yet another step to prevent people’s anger from erupting.

Omid-Reza Yousefian

Omid-Reza Yousefian
Incoming reports indicate Omid Yousefian was shot by anti-riot units during the past few days and suffered a major wound. Unfortunately,He lost his life in a hospital due to the severity of his wounds.
Yousefian was a building painter and said to be between 30 to 34 years of age.

Omid-Reza Yousefian

Ali Mohammadian Azad
Ali Mohammadian Azad is another individual who has been shot and killed by Iranian regime security forces in Kazerun. A large poster with his picture was placed on the wall of his store.
Witnesses say Ali Mohammadian Azad was the hero who burned the tire in front of the police station. literally hunted down by the IRGC and killed during the night protests.

Mehdi (Hadi) Jahantab

Mehdi (Hadi) Jahantab
Mehdi (Hadi) Jahantab was arrested on May 17th, and there was no information about his whereabouts. Due to the resistance and protests of the people who demanded the delivery of the bodies of the martyrs and the release of the arrested, the regime's agents handed over his body to his family on May 21.
His body was literally unidentifiable as authorities had severely tortured this brave protesters. His family was kept in the dark for many days, saying the body cannot be identified, to prevent them from taking further measures.
His body was completely swollen when delivered to his family and friends. Many pellet rounds were also found in his body, making it obvious he was first shot and then severely tortured. He was badly injured and lost his life due to the severity of his wounds.

Reza Ajdari

Reza Ajdari
Azhdari was buried in his home village and authorities banned his family from informing the media.

Funeral ceremony of three martyrs of Kazerun protest

In the afternoon of Tuesday, May 22, the funeral ceremony of the three martyrs of Kazerun uprising, Omid Reza Yousefian, Ali Mohammadian Azad and Hadi (Mehdi) Jahantab, was held with the participation of a large crowd of people in the city. These martyrs were buried in Behesht-e Zahra cemetery and another cemetery known as Seyyed Mohammad in Kazer

Women’s participation was particularly extensive.
While intelligence, police, and plainclothes agents were trying to prevent the anti-government slogans, participants from all over Kazerun, despite these efforts, expressed their anger and hatred of the mullahs’ regime by chanting slogans: Oh my martyred brother, we shall continue your path; My imprisoned brother must be freed; Oh my martyred brother, I shall take revenge; Death to the Dictator; You the Governor, shame on you, your hands are stained with the blood of our martyrs.

President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, hailed the heroic martyrs of Kazerun and the city’s brave and bereaved people. She has called for the immediate release of those arrested and urged her compatriots to rush to the aid of those wounded. Mrs. Rajavi also called for the dispatch of a UN investigative delegation and a representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to examine the situation first hand.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

#Ramadan conference in #Paris supports #regimechange in #Iran& #peace across the #MiddleEast

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Maryam Rajavi

In an Iftar conference held in France titled “Islam’s Message of Peace and Freedom,” the Iranian Resistance and representative from different Muslim communities and Arab countries expressed solidarity with the Iranian Resistance, and support for regime change in Iran and the end of Islamic fundamentalism in the Middle East and across the world.

In her keynote address to the conference, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), reminded that in Iran, the first day of Ramadan was marked with the Iranian regime’s violent clampdown on protests in Kazerun, which has so far left three dead, dozens injured, and many more arrested, and reiterated her call for the United Nations to dispatch an investigative delegation and demand the immediate release of the arrested.

For my compatriots in Iran, especially the freedom-loving youths who have risen up in protest, I wish you victory in overcoming the mullahs’ religious tyranny,” Mrs. Rajavi said. “May God’s mercy and compassion lead the Iranian people’s struggle and suffering to final victory: freedom.”

Mrs. Rajavi reminded that the true message of Islam is the peace and freedom, the mullahs ruling Iran have used religion as a tool to push the people’s lives into distress. “Iran’s needy have reached the point where they have to sell their kidneys and corneas. Mothers have become so devastated that they sell their unborn fetuses,” she said, adding that the mullahs are “the worst enemies of God and His people.”

The Iranian regime has plundered the wealth of the Iranian people to fuel its wars in other countries such as Syria and Iraq, Mrs. Rajavi said, stressing that “The overthrow of the mullahs’ regime will shape the destiny of Iran and the entire Middle East.”

The conference took place at a time where the international community is seeking a response to the various threats posed by the Iranian regime. Recently, the United States withdrew from the nuclear deal forged between Iran and world powers because it failed to address the main concerns that the world is faced with in respect to the Iranian regime.

“[The] elimination of the Iranian regime’s terrorism and nuclear threat is only possible by getting rid of the entire regime,” Mrs. Rajavi said. “Peace, democracy, security and stability in the Middle East necessarily depend on ending the rule of religious dictatorship and fascism in Iran.”

Former Algerian Prime Minister Sid Ahmed Ghozali, who also spoke at the event, stressed that the Iranian regime is helping slaughter the people of Syria. He also said that the Iranian resistance is the exact opposite of the mullahs’ regime in every respect and called all advocates of liberty to “support the Iranian Resistance.” “They are the true defenders of the message of an Islam of peace and liberty,” he said.

Prominent members of the Syrian opposition also attended the conference and stressed that the fate and freedom of the Iranian and Syrian people are tied together.

Mohamad Nazir Hakim, Secretary General of Syrian Coalition, also spoke about the role of the Iranian regime in plunging Syria in devastation and chaos. “Iran's regime uses its nation's wealth to slaughter our people,” Hakim said. “But Syria's dictator will not remain forever. We know that victory is going to arrive soon.”

Hakim also called on the Western states not to close their eyes on the crimes of the Iranian regime in his country and called on the international community to take an active role in expelling the Iranian regime’s militias from Syria.

Hakim also praised the Iranian people for standing up against the oppression of the Iranian regime and called for the support of the Iranian Resistance. “The NCRI is the true alternative of the mullahs’ regime,” he said.

Link of the text of her remarks to this gathering

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Monday, May 7, 2018

Iranians To Hold Annual Gathering In Paris Calling For Regime Change In Iran

The political difference of this year’s Free Iran convention
Developments involving Iran have accelerated at an amazing rate. Even those supporting the Iranian regime now agree the situation on the ground in Iran is heading towards a major finale.
Domestically speaking, during the past weeks we have witnessed major protests – some describing it as an uprising – by the people of Kazerun, a city in southern Iran. Furthermore, tens of thousands of truck drivers across the country were holding a nationwide strike.
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some good articles must read:
Need to know facts about the annual Iranian convention

With less than three weeks remaining to the 
annual Iranian Diaspora convention that is traditionally held in Paris each summer, this text intends to provide need-to-know facts about this major development involving Iran and the future of this important country, with an emphasis on this year’s developments inside Iran.

In Dec/Jan Iran was rocked with nationwide protests sweeping throughout the country, involving over 140 cities and rattling the mullahs’ regime to its core. The Iranian people are showing how they are continuing their quest for freedom, with the recent protests marking the beginning of a new chapter in this regard. Undeniable is the fact that these protests are gaining increasing momentum and the Iranian people are more than ever voicing demands for a free and democratic
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Iranian Regime’s Fear of Pmoi/Mek Revealed in Remarks on Iranians’ Grand Gathering in Paris

Iranian opposition convention & the mullahs’ impasse

How there is hope to establish democracy in Iran

The Democratic Alternative, And The Importance Of This Year’s Annual Grand Gathering Of Iranians In Paris

On Saturday May 26th a conference titled “Iran at the end line” was held by the Rivoli Governorate (in the province of Piedmont, Italy).  The conference aimed to support the uprising of the Iranian people and their resistance, and to express solidarity with the Iranian grand gathering on June 30th,.
The meeting was held in partnership with the Maridian Association, the Colle Del Lys resistance committee and the Rio Municipal Council.
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Global support for the Free Iran convention
Less than three weeks before this year’s Free Iran convention in Paris, a variety of political and social voices in Europe are placing their support behind this major event.
Former Italian foreign minister Giulio Terzi, former UK trade unions chief Roger Lyons and former European Parliament vice president Dr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras joined this growing list of figures announcing their solidarity with the Iranian Diaspora’s upcoming rally.
Former Italian foreign minister Giulio Terzi,Mr. Roger Lyons from England, former chairman of the trade unions, and Dr. Alejo Vidal-Quadras from Spain, chairman of the International Committee for Justice, announced their solidarity with the Iranians’ rally in Paris.

We Will Give Our Support To The Iranian Alternative
Roger Godsiff
Too long the people of Iran have been oppressed by one of the most ruthless regimes in the world, which has got no regard whatsoever for the human rights of the Iranian people. And the Iranian people have suffered terribly over the years because of the theocratic regime and it was hard days there for the eventually the people of Iran in very large numbers decided to take to the streets to protest and to try to bring about change. Unfortunately, people haven’t succeeded until now but those desires to change the regime are not going to go away and I hope very much indeed international opinion will support the people of Iran in seeking to bring about change and seeking to have an Iran where the people of Iran can determine through free and fair elections who they want to govern them and how to be governed. As the regime they have at the moment and it’s totally dominated by the mullahs, by their thinking which is going back hundreds and hundreds of years, and they are no friends of the Iranian people and the sooner they got rid of them, the best of the people of Iran.
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Italy: Senate majority supporting Iran rally in Paris

 The majority of Italy’s Senate has issued a strong statement expressing their support for the Iranian Diaspora’s annual Paris convention, scheduled this year for June 30th.
“Supporting the Iranian people’s uprising and their opposition movement, and a call to recognize the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) as the alternative to the Iranian regime.”
This list of prominent Italian senators include 11 leadership members and eight Italian Senate secretaries.
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“Free Iran 2018 / The Alternative” rally scheduled for June 30th

In circumstances that protests across Iran – continuing after the Dec/Jan uprising – are rattling the very pillars of the Iranian regime, and political developments in the Middle East and throughout the globe are placing further pressure on Tehran’s mullahs, Iranian exiles from across the globe are gathering in Paris once again for the annual Iranian Resistance gathering.
Continuing its struggle for a free during the past 15 years, the Iranian Resistances seeks to establish a free Iran without any crackdown, torture or execution; based on the separation of church and state where the mullahs’ current rule is replaced by a democratic system based on the ballot box; establishing a non-nuclear Iran, becoming the epicenter of peace and friendship in the Middle East and the world over; the country’s God-given wealth not being wasted on warmongering, but to provide the population’s welfare; and a country in which equality, social justice, progress and protecting the environment will all be realized.
Certain is the fact that the Iranian regime is facing enormous obstacles and challenges both inside the country and on the global stage.
The international community is finally beginning to realize that the appeasement policy must be set aside. Freedom and democracy must be established in Iran, following regime change, in order to obtain peace and tranquility in the region.
Three principles are now proven more than ever before:
- Regime change in Iran is a dire necessity
- Regime change in Iran is at hand
- There is a viable alternative for the Iranian regime
The Dec/Jan uprising has proven that the Iranian people want this regime gone and senior official in Tehran are acknowledging this undeniable reality.
As seen most recently in Kazerun, the Iranian regime has neither the will nor the capacity to provide for the Iranian people’s rightful demands.
After nearly 40 years in power, the time has come for this regime to be set aside.
Iranian Resistance Mass Rally
June 30, 2018
Villepinte, Paris, France

The annual grand gathering of the Iranians will take place on June 30, 2018 at the Villepinte Exposition center north of Paris – France.

This year's gathering will be held circumstances of unceasing nationwide protests and uprising of the people from all walks of life and all segments of society against the religious tyranny ruling Iran and demanding regime change.

This gathering will express solidarity with the Iranian people’s long quest for freedom and democracy, and support for the democratic alternative to the current dictatorship in Iran.



An international conference was held by the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), May 2-6, 2018, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Women judges attended this conference from 80 countries around the world and exchanged views on issues of concern to women judges and jurists in different countries.
Maryam Rajavi sent a video message to this conference. Following is the text of this message:
Madam President, distinguished judges and jurists,
I would like to salute your conference and extend my profound gratitude to Ms. Susana Medina, President of the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), and her colleagues and wish them success in their efforts for the conference.
This conference is a significant opportunity for raising awareness around the world on discrimination and violence against women and ways of confronting them.
Iran is one of the countries where women are the most oppressed. They are victims of violence and sexual assaults.
This situation is not due to Iranian women’s lack of awareness. On the contrary, they have an outstanding level of college education as well as cultural and intellectual progress. In fact, it is the misogynistic nature of the mullahs’ religious dictatorship that imposes and inflicts various forms of violence on Iran’s women.
The misogynist mullahs have imposed inhuman discrimination against women since they seized power in 1979. In addition, they have institutionalized such discrimination in the law.
Under the regime’s laws, women’s rights are half of men’s. The testimonies of two women are equal to the testimony of one man before the court. Also, a woman inherits half of the amount a man inherits.
Women are not entitled to divorce according to the law. They are not allowed to have a job or even leave home without their husbands’ permission. They are also deprived of engaging in a large number of jobs, including judgeship. The regime dismissed all female judges once it seized power. Women are even banned from watching football games in the stadiums.
The regime’s penal code has paved the way for murder of women by their husbands and fathers. This means that if a woman is murdered on moral grounds by her husband, father or grandfather, the murderer is not punished.
In cases of sexual assault on women, the law is lenient towards the assailants but harsh on the victim. The case of Reyhaneh Jabbari serves as an example. She defended herself against rape which led to the death of the assailant. After seven years of imprisonment, she was executed at the age of 26, despite public outrage.
The mullahs have also inflicted extensive poverty and prostitution on women. For years, young women are being trafficked to neighboring countries. International reports confirm that Iran is one of the main transit routes and centers for sex trafficking.
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Iran-Maryam Rajavi's message on the International Day for elimination of Violence against Women 24 November 2015

Maryam Rajavi- Women's Role in War against Fundamentalism-Conference in the European Parliament Brussels – 2 March 2016

Video&text,Maryam Rajavi's message on the International Day for elimination of Violence against Women-24 November 2015

Maryam Rajavi's remarks at IWD roundtable discussion: Women in Leadership, the Experience of the Iranian Resistance February 28,2017

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women Novenber 24,2017

International Women's Day; Iran Uprising and the Role of Women February 17,2018

Read the text of the Speech by Maryam Rajavi on the occasion of International Women’s Day  (Feb. 17, 2018)

No to Compulsory Veil: No to Compulsory Religion, No to Compulsory Government

interviews with Women of Iranian Resistance

Living lives of dignity, courage and freedom,the Women who Made History

Glorious Epics–what happened in jails during 1981 to 1988 Massacre?

Iran-Reports, of Women’s unemployment in Iran November 26 2015 

International Women’s Day-messages from inside Iran- March 20 16


Mothers call for end to the death penalty

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Iran Freedom Convention In Washington D.C & Maryam Rajavi's Message

Iran Freedom Convention for Human Rights and Democracy was held on Saturday, May 5, 2018,  in Washington, D.C.  Delegations representing Iranian communities, youths and women attended the convention from various states. ‌A number of prominent US dignitaries and officials attended and addressed the convention, as well.

At the Iran Freedom Convention for Democracy and Human Rights on Saturday, May 5, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani made a stirring speech in favour of regime change in Iran brought by the people and their organised resistance forces, including the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
Giuliani, a keen supporter of the MEK, explained that freedom, a beloved American value, was a bipartisan issue, noting that the attendees at the Washington convention came from both sides of the aisle.
Giuliani told the crowd that freedom was sorely lacking under the Iranian Regime, with the people facing restrictions on their religion, their clothing, and almost every aspect of the lives. This is especially prevalent in the political arena, as the Regime banned the MEK as a political group in the 1980s.
MEK members or supporters are subject to persecution, arrest, and even execution by the Regime. In 1988, the Regime executed 30,000 MEK members in just a few months and have not been brought to justice for it.
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In a video message to the convention, Maryam Rajavi told the participants:

From afar, but among you in spirit, I salute you-- all of you who have come to Washington from different states across America--on your magnificent convention. You demonstrate to the world the Iranian people’s resolve to establish a free, democratic, and non-nuclear Iran.
At a time when a widespread, far-reaching protest movement, led by Iran’s valiant women, youth, and rebel units, has hemmed in the ruling theocracy, I would like to take this opportunity to say a few things about the correct policy on Iran.
The America's Mayor, Rudy Giuliani took the stage as keynote speaker at the Iran Freedom Convention and expressed his support for the Iranian people and called for a Free Iran, he asked US media to go to Paris and participate in the Grand Gathering of the Iranian people this summer.
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Bi-Partisan support for the 2018 Iran Freedom Convention

Washington, May 5, 2018 - A bi Partisan support for the 2018 Iran Freedom Convention was announced at the Iranian gathering in Washington. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the chairwoman of subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa said in her message to the convention: "..You are here and you continue to be the voice of Iranian people, now together with the people marching in Iran.."

Also in a message to the convention, Rep Lacy Clay, Democrat from MO said in his message: "I will continue to stand with you and the brave Iranian people who are destined to be free."

At the convention also Rep McClintock (R-CA) sent his message: "The growing street protests across Iran makes it obvious that the desire and will of the Iranian people is for a free, open and democratic government"

And Rep Cohen (D-TN) said: "As the Co-Chair of the Congressional Iran Human Rights and Democracy Caucus, it is an honor to greet you today. I strongly support a Iran that is democratic, secular, and non-nuclear."

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas ( D-TX) sent her message to the convention of the Iranian American in Washington: "Congratulations on your 2018 Iran Freedom Convention...The Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) has been stalwart in advocating for world peace and security"

“...Please know that you have friends and supporters in the US Congress, willing to work toward peace and stability in Iran...” Congressman Eliot Engel (D-NY) said.

And Rep. Ileana Ros Lehtinen (R-FL) said: “...You are here and you continue to be the voice of Iranian people, now together with the people marching in Iran...”

Friday, May 4, 2018

Iran-Senior PMOI/MEK member Marzieh Rezaei passes away in Albania

Ms. Marzieh Rezaei, a member of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) Central Council, passed away this morning, May 4, 2018, in Albania following a long struggle against cancer.

Born in 1968 into the renowned Rezaei family who have lost many members in the Iranian people’s plight for freedom, Marzieh became familiar with the PMOI/MEK and their devotion for their nation from an early age. After joining the organization she was seen actively accepting a variety of responsibilities.

During the Iraqi forces’ July 2009 attack on Camp Ashraf – former PMOI/MEK site in Iraq – Ms. Rezaei courageously stood shoulder to shoulder with her colleagues to defend their home and rights. Following the Iraqis’ ground assault Ms. Rezaei joined a large number of other PMOI/MEK members launching a hunger strike protesting the atrocity. Despite the deterioration of her health after a long hunger strike, Ms. Mraziah was always there as an inspiration to her friends and colleagues.

After a heinous crime by the mullahs' regime mercenaries in Camp Ashraf in Iraq on Sept. 1st, 2013, in which 52 PMOI/MEK members were brutally gunned down in cold blood, she, along with hundreds of other PMOI members and supporters from around the world went on hunger strike which lasted her 92 days.

And despite all the pains, she also set an example of high spirits in her struggle against struggle cancer.

Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the Iranian Resistance expressed her utmost condolences to all PMOI/MEK members and heroic Rezaei family, especially her mother.

The fighting spirit seen in the heroic Marzieh during her years of perseverance in Iraq, and her endurance in the face of cancer, eternally places her alongside the renowned Rezaie family martyrs, Mrs. Rajavi said.

PMOI/MEK Secretary General Ms. Zahra Merikhi hailed Ms. Rezaei, describing her as a genuine example of heroism, perseverance and fighting spirit against the religious fascism ruling Iran.

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4th anniversary of massacre of PMOI members in Camp Ashraf

A Short History of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)

Interviews with Women of Iranian Resistance

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