Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule:
Is an expose of the current rulers of Iran and their track record in human rights violations.
The book details how 30,000 political prisoners fell victim to politicize during the summer of 1988 and showcases the most egregious political extinction of a group of people. The publication includes details about how the massacre arose, who the perpetrators were, and how they are presently engaging in the justification or cover up of the massacre, as they continue to rule the country and commit atrocities.
Washington, DC – A panel of experts was organized by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, U.S. Representative Office (NCRI-US) to discuss the situation of human rights in Iran, and U.S. policy regarding it. The panel coincided with the release of a new well-documented book, Iran: Where Mass Murderers Rule: The 1988 Massacre of 30,000 Political Prisoners and the Continuing Atrocities. The book is already the #1 New Release on Iran on Amazon.
The event was held at the National Press Club a week ahead of Human Rights Day and highlighted the need to designate certain Iranian officials as major human rights violators subject to sanctions.
The clerical dictatorship has become vulnerable vis-à-vis the people of Iran
Ladies and gentlemen, dear friends,
I wish the best of success for your conference at 5th District Municipality in Paris.
I would like to thank Mayor Florence Berthout for welcoming the conference and exhibition.
I would also like to use this opportunity and extend my gratitude to our friends in France for their solidarity with the victims of the earthquake in Kermanshah. The inhabitants of the afflicted areas, particularly in Sarpol-e Zahab and Qasr-e Shirin, are furious over why the Iranian regime has abandoned them, as they are receiving help only from ordinary people, to whom I am deeply thankful for their efforts.
It is very significant that today’s conference has focused on justice and truth about the victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran, because the United Nations Third Committee has once again censured the mullahs’ religious dictatorship for its violations of human rights. The UN resolution calls for action to end the impunity of perpetrators of these crimes.
We should not forget that the regime’s organs and incumbent leaders were all complicit in the massacre in 1988.
The UN Secretary General António Guterres has pointed out in his report in November 2017 that the UN has received many complaints from the families of the victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran.
Ms. Asma Jahangir, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, has also reiterated that, “The families of the victims have a right to remedy, reparation, and the right to know about the truth of these events and the fate of the victims without risking reprisal.”
This is why we need to have an international committee formed to investigate this massacre and bring its perpetrators to justice.
The international community’s appeasement of the Iranian regime and the immunity enjoyed by its officials over some 40 years has emboldened these criminals.
The mullahs who carried out the massacre in 1988, now hold world record in per capita executions.
Nevertheless, their dictatorship has become very vulnerable. The changing balance of power in Iran and the world has dismayed the mullahs.
For this reason, Rouhani has removed his mask of moderation to defend the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the regime’s ballistic missile program, and their destabilizing activities in the Middle East.
The time has come for the regime’s leaders to account for their crimes. The campaign calling for justice for the victims for the 1988 massacre is spreading in Iran. And dozens of protests are taking place every day with the demand of ending the rule of dictatorship in the country.
On the international level, France is right to be alarmed by the Iranian regime’s ICBM and its meddling in the region, particularly in Lebanon, Syria and Yemen. The countries in the region and the United States share the same concerns.
Appeasement must be ended.
To detect any change in the regime’s behavior, it must be held accountable.
This is why it is imperative to place the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on the European Union’s list of terrorist organizations. This is why this organ which is so vital to the Iranian regime must be sanctioned. The US Congress recently adopted bills which are effective in reinforcing sanctions against the mullahs’ ICBM. Another necessary step is to create serious obstacles against the presence of IRGC and its proxy militias in the countries in the region.
But the international community needs to move ahead, making all relations and trade with the regime contingent on end to torture and executions in Iran. The UN Security Council must undertake effective measures to have Iran’s criminal rulers face justice.
Ending impunity for the regime’s leaders will lead to the victory of human rights. At the same time, it will bring closer the end of this regime, and the end of all suffering of the people of Iran and the peoples in the region, paying the way for a free and democratic Iran.
Conference Held in Support of 'Justice Seeking Movement' in Berlin
A conference was held at the Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in Berlin to support the Justice seeking movement for the Massacre of 1988. Some representatives of the German Federal Assembly, political figures, prominent layers, human rights activists and the representatives of Iranians living in Germany participated at the conference.
The speakers at the conference condemned the increasing executions in Iran and called on the German government to have relations with the Iran regime under the condition of halting executions. The speakers also stressed on the need to carry out an international investigation on the massacre of 1988 so that the extent of this crime is clarified and the perpetrators are tried.
In a message to the demonstration of Iranians in Oslo, the capital of Norway, which was held on the eve of the World Day Against the Death Penalty, and in support of the Call for Justice Campaign, Maryam Rajavi said:
The regime relies on violations of human rights in Iran and suppression of protesters and freedom lovers to carry on with its belligerence and terrorism in the Middle East. If the regime had not been backed by the appeasement of Western governments, it would not have had a free hand in violating human rights. It would have not been able to extend its crimes to other countries, and it would have not been able to drench Syria in a whirlpool of blood.
Therefore, I warn Western companies and governments, and particularly Norway, against dealing with the religious dictatorship ruling Iran.
The president elect of the Iranian resistance, Maryam Rajavi sent a message to the demonstration of the Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance in Stockholm, held in support of the justice - seeking movement for the political prisoners massacred in 1988.
She said, “The justice - seeking movement is directly related to the violations of human rights taking place in Iran, today.”
The demonstration was held on October 6 with participation of hundreds of Iranians residing in Sweden and a number of political personalities.
Maryam Rajavi told the demonstrators, “The massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988 is not something that history would forget. This crime is the issue to date. The issue of ongoing catastrophic violations of human rights in Iran. It concerns youths who have been blinded this year by the mullahs, and those whose hands have been amputated. Those young men and women who have been deprived of their most basic freedoms. It is related to everyday executions taking place all across the country and the thousands who are on death row. It is related to the political prisoners who are being constantly tortured and are deprived of their most basic rights.
“Women are under double oppression. The whole society lives under fear and in poverty. The society is deprived of political activity and they are not entitled to free elections.”
Maryam Rajavi told the Iranian demonstrators and supporters of the Iranian Resistance, “With your campaign calling for justice, you are targeting the regime for its greatest crime.”
She also urged the people of Europe to question their governments on the reason why they continue their relations with a regime that relies on genocide to keep its grabs on power.
Maryam Rajavi also underscored the need for the U.N. to form an independent commission to investigate the 1988 massacre in Iran and urged European governments to make their commercial and diplomatic relations with the mullahs’ religious dictatorship contingent on end to torture and executions in Iran.
MESSAGE BY MARYAM RAJAVI TO PARTICIPANTS IN THE PARIS 1ST DISTRICT EXHIBITION ON THE MASSACRE OF 30,000 POLITICAL PRISONERS IN IRAN
MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI TO A CONFERENCE ON THE 1988 MASSACRE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN IRAN- UK HOUSE OF COMMONS -18 JULY 2017
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