Members and supporters of the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are voicing further support for the upcoming “Free Iran” convention scheduled for Saturday in Paris
These measures are very dangerous. If arrested they face severe punishment and even execution as the Iranian regime considers any support for the PMOI/MEK as punishable by death.
This new wave of support follows a recent message sent by Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi hailing the brave protesters of Tehran and cities across the country.
“…the PMOI/MEK’s offices have reopened everywhere under the framework of revolting teams, visible in all streets and alleys…” he said.
Former Political Prisoner Supports Free Iran 2018 to Be Held in Paris
A former Iranian political prisoner, Shahin Zoghitabar, has sent a solidarity message from Tehran expressing his support for the grand Free Iran 2018 meeting in Paris on June 30, 2018.
supporters inside Iran supporting Free Iran convention
With only 5 days left to the Iranian opposition convention planned for June 30th in Paris, a long list of videos are arriving from inside Iran showing many groups of people going against all odds to voice their support for this movement and the upcoming event.
People in numerous cities from provinces across the country are increasing their efforts and showing the world how they yearn for regime change. This initiative is gaining strength significantly following the Dec/Jan protests that swept over 140 cities throughout Iran.
4 days before this year’s Free Iran convention in Paris, International Support for NCRI and Iran Freedom Rally on June 30 is growing. a variety of political and social voices in Europe are placing their support behind this major event.
Distinguished American figures voice support for Iranian opposition convention
200 British MPs Support The Iranian Grand Gathering For A Free And Democratic Iran.
Italy: Approval Of The Statement “Freedom And Democracy For Iran”And Support For The Iranians Grand Gathering On June 30th
A growing number of European Parliament Members are expressing their solidarity and support for the Iranian opposition’s upcoming convention in Paris scheduled for June 30th.
Judith Kirton-Darling a British Member of the European Parliament for the North East England region for the Labour Party
Anders Primdahl Vistisen, a Danish politician and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from Denmark. He is a member of the Danish People’s Party, part of the European Conservatives and Reformists
Majority Of Italian Senate ,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.
French elected officials continue backing Iranian opposition convention. and 140 Belgian elected officials voice support for Iranian opposition convention
Solidarity Statement From the San Marino Parliament to the June 30 ‘Free Iran’ Convention
Giuseppe Morganti and Mrs. Marica Montemaggi Representatives of the San Marino Grand and General Council expressed their support on behalf of the majority of San Marino’s Parliamentians for the June 30 ‘Free Iran’ Convention in Paris. And joined the Right Reverend and Right Honorable Dr. Rowan Williams to condemn the Iranian regime’s human rights abuses, particularly the harsh measures against religious minorities.
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.
In early 2018, nationwide protests in Iran in over 140 cities rocked the nation, shaking the ruling dictatorship to its core, and taking the world by storm. As chimes of change ring throughout Iran a new chapter begins in the quest for freedom. The protests have gained new momentum as the Iranian people demand a Free Iran.
On 30th June 2018 the Iranian diaspora will hold their largest gathering ever in Paris, while thousands of freedom lovers from around the world join to call for democratic change in Iran as the true solution to the religious fascism ruling Iran. Thousands and thousands of freedom loving individuals from five continents will gather with one simple message “Free Iran” and to voice their support for the democratic alternative represented by the NCRI and its President-elect, Maryam Rajavi, for democratic change.
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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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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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.
“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.