Tuesday, July 31, 2018

#1988Massacre-#Ian-30th anniversary of the #massacre:of 30,000 political prisoners & #MaryamRajavi’s remarks

Former Italian FM: Call for Investigation Into 1988 Iran Massacre of MEK

 By Mansoureh Galestan
A former Italian Foreign Minister has called out the West for failing to recognize the blatant human rights abuses during the presidency of Hassan Rouhani, particularly towards member of Iranian Resistance group, the People’s Mujaheddin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK), which is especially obvious in the recent appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as Head of the Iranian Judiciary.
Giulio Terzi, who has spoken at many MEK conferences and rallies over the years, explained that Raisi was a member of the Tehran Death Commission during the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners and was personally responsible for sending thousands of people to their deaths for peaceful activism, mostly MEK members.

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Mass human rights violator appointed as Iran's judiciary chief

Today, Ali Khamenei, leader of Iran’s religious dictatorship, appointed Ebrahim Raisi, a member of the Death Committee in the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988, and a devoted supporter of the supreme leader, as head of Iran’s judiciary.
Raisi should be subject to international prosecution for committing crimes against humanity in the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, and tried for genocide of PMOI members. His appointment as the highest judicial authority of the clerical regime signals a hard turn to even more repression by the clerical regime against the Iranian people and resistance. Khamenei described his appointment as a "new era" and the “second stage” of the regime’s so-called revolution, and ordered Raisi not “to pay heed to outsiders when dealing with judicial matters.”
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Maryam Rajavi: Referring the regime's crimes, especially the 1988 massacre, to the UN Security Council, is the Iranian people’s right and a prerequisite for peace
Immunity of criminals who are holding some of the highest government positions, the regime has been assured that its crimes in other parts of the world will also go unanswered.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the adoption of the 65th UN resolution condemning the systematic and grave violations of human rights in Iran.
She said the adoption of this resolution “once again confirmed that the regime blatantly tramples upon the Iranian people’s most fundamental rights in all political, social and economic spheres.” “The Iranian regime is in no way congruous with the 21st century and must be isolated by the world community,” Mrs. Rajavi noted.
The UN resolution stresses the “alarmingly high frequency” of the use of the death penalty including against minors, “the widespread and systematic use of arbitrary detention,” poor prison conditions, “deliberately denying prisoners access to adequate medical treatment,” and “cases of suspicious deaths in custody.”
Mrs. Rajavi reiterated, “Although the resolution fails to address many aspects of the inhumane crimes committed by Iran's religious fascism, it leaves no doubt that this regime is the most brutal and aggressive violator of human rights in today's world. The inaction of the international community against the crimes of this regime has emboldened it to continue and spread these crimes, the latest example of which has been the barbaric raids on the residences of the Steel workers of Ahvaz and the arrest of dozens of those who demand their minimum rights.”
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Maryam Rajavi: Iran’s ruling theocracy must be isolated by the world community, its dossiers referred to the UN Security Council, and its leaders face justice for crimes against humanity

“Condemning the systematic and gross violations of human rights by the theocratic regime ruling Iran, the UN resolution once again confirmed that the regime blatantly tramples upon the Iranian people’s most fundamental rights in all political, social and economic spheres,” said Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, in welcoming the 65th UN resolution condemning human rights abuses in Iran.
“The Iranian regime is in no way congruous with the 21st century and must be isolated by the world community,” Mrs. Rajavi added.
The UN resolution stresses the “alarmingly high frequency” of the use of the death penalty including against minors, “the widespread and systematic use of arbitrary detention,” poor prison conditions “deliberately denying prisoners access to adequate medical treatment,” and “cases of suspicious deaths in custody.”
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UN Geneva, 30th Anniversary of 1988 Massacre in Iran
On Friday, September 14, 2018. 30 years after the massacre of 30000 political prisoners in Iran on 1988, a conference was held in European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, this conference was sponsored by the following Non-Governmental Organizations:
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Geneva conference calls for inquiry into the massacre of Iranian political prisoners
In a conference held in Geneva, Switzerland, dignitaries, and politicians reiterated the need to investigate the execution of thousands of Iranian political prisoners in 1988 and to bring the perpetrators, many of whom continue to hold positions of power in the Iranian regime, to account.
At the time, Ruhollah Khomeini, then-Supreme Leader of the Iranian regime, issued a fatwa, in which he ordered all political prisoners affiliated with the PMOI/MEK to be executed unless they repented their support for the Iranian opposition group. Tens of thousands of political prisoners were tried in 15-minute trials and more than 30,000 people were executed in the span of a few months.
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Iran’s 1988 massacre

Maryam Rajavi, National Council of Resistance of Iran president, condemned Iranian authorities for ‘crimes against humanity’
30 years after Iran’s 1988 massacre, international action is necessary
Three decades have passed from the horrible summer of 1988 when Iranian regime founder Ruhollah Khomeini ordered the massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners, most of whom being members and supporters of the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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WORLD EXCLUSIVE: JFK's nephew says terror state Iran can no longer 'co-exist with US'
American politician Mr Kennedy spoke to Daily Star Online on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the execution of an estimated 30,000 political prisoners by so-called Death Commission in Iran.
The former US Congressman – a member of political royalty the Kennedy family – warned of the threat the regime poses and branded it a “metropolis of Islamic extremism”.
He told Daily Star Online the world must stand beside protesters within Iran who are calling for the end of the regime ruled over by the Ayatollah
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Iran Opposition President Meets with Mr. Patrick Kennedy
Iranian opposition President Maryam Rajavi welcomed former U.S. congressman Patrick Kennedy in Paris to discuss the Iranian regime’s critical situation, the continued protests and uprisings across the country, and the regime resorting to terrorism in the face of escalating domestic and international crises.
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Maryam Rajavi &former U.S. congressman Patrick Kennedy

Iranian communities’ international conference in 20 cities commemorates 30th anniversary of 1988 massacre
Lending support to the uprisings for the overthrow of the Iranian regime and to the democratic alternative, the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Iranians commemorated the 30,000 political prisoners massacred in 1988 in Iran, in an online conference simultaneously held in 20 major cities and capitals of Europe and North America.
The participants declared support for the Iranian people’s uprising to overthrow the regime and for the National Council of Resistance of Iran as the regime’s democratic alternative.
Patrick Kennedy extended his salutes to the resistance units inside Iran and said the Iranian uprising today was rooted in the sacrifices of the heroes of 1988. He said the Iranian people have rejected the shah’s dictatorship and the mullahs’ theocracy, and seek a free republic. Patrick Kennedy called for the expulsion of all agents of the Iranian regime in Europe and the U.S. who are operating under various pretexts. He reiterated his support for the Iranian people’s resistance under the leadership of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi.
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prosecute perpetrators of 1988 massacre and those in charge of four decades of crimes in Iran
The mullahs’ spies and mercenaries must be expelled and
 the world community must stand by the people of Iran in their uprising for freedom

Iranian communities’ global conference upholds 30th anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners
A global video conference was held by Iranian communities on Saturday, August 25, 2018, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran upon Khomeini’s decree for the genocide in 1988. The conference connected 20 cities in France, Germany, Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Romania and Canada. A number of political dignitaries attended and addressed the conference where members and representatives of Iranian communities in Europe and Canada participated and delivered speeches. A number of eyewitnesses to the massacre and former political prisoners also testified at this event.
The conference started with remarks by Maryam Rajavi, honoring the heroes of 1988 and elaborating on their impact as an inspiration to the steadfastness of the organized Iranian Resistance for freedom and nationwide uprisings in Iran.
“For three decades, the international community has been silent over the massacre of political prisoners in Iran. As a result, the mullahs have continued with impunity to violate human rights in Iran, crack down on public protests, launch terrorist operations, and wage catastrophic wars in the Middle East and other countries. Now, the time has come to end this silence.”
These were part of the remarks made by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
Link of the full text of her remarks

Link of the full text of the National Council of Resistance of Iran statment
Link of the full text of  Patrick Kennedy

Maryam Rajavi: Massacred heroes inspire protesters in revolting cities
Maryam Rajavi: Massacred heroes inspire protesters in revolting cities
The media express:Conference commemorates the 30th anniversary of Iran 1988 massacre

Resistance Units remembering the 1988 massacre victims
Victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran, among the over 30,000 political prisoners executed by the mullahs’ regime simply for pledging loyalty to the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are being remembered these days by members of resistance units across Iran.
Some perpetrators of this horrific tragedy are currently serving in various posts of the Iranian regime. They intended to completely uproot the PMOI/MEK, only to see that even 30 years later, those very martyrs are now the inspiration of a new generation in this ongoing struggle by the Iranian people to establish freedom in their country.
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Many people do not know about the fatwa that was issued by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini on August 25, 1988, that culminated in the execution of 30,000 Iranian political prisoners. Those familiar with the tragedy call it “the biggest massacre of political prisoners since World War II.”
Khomeini targeted members and those loyal to the opposition group, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK).
A new group has arisen, called Justice for Victims of 1988 Massacre in Iran (JVMI), who seek to bring attention to the victims and survivors of this massacre, and to bring justice to those who participated in the killings. The victims were hurriedly buried in unmarked mass graves, and many of those who served on the “Death Commissions” sentencing thousands of people to mass executions, still hold high positions of the current Iranian regime.

Iran’s 1988 massacre: End the 30-year injustice
A tragedy unfortunately gone unnoticed by the international community is the massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners by the Iranian regime in the summer of 1988. A variety of victims included mostly members and supporters of the Iranian regime opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) sent to the gallows after two-minute kangaroo trials as the so-called judges only asked if they continue to pledge allegiance and/or support to the PMOI/MEK.

Iran Regime Arrests Family Members of the Victims of 1988 Massacre
Simultaneous with the 30th anniversary of the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, and while the nationwide uprising continues, the ruling religious fascism in Iran, in fear of the rise in Justice-Seeking Movement, has arrested a number of families of these martyrs.
In an instance in Gorgan, a number of family members of martyr Mohsen Mehrani, including Dr. Mojtaba Mehrani, dentist and 67 years old, Masih Mehrani, 62, and ladies Sousan Mehrani, 55, Mohaddaseh Mehrani, 50, and Elnaz, 28, (daughter of Mohaddaseh Mehrani), were arrested on July 19, 2018. There is no news about the detainees. Mohsen Mehrani was executed in 1988 during the massacre of political prisoners in Gorgan prison.
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Iranian opposition president commemorates 1988 massacre victims
 A conference held in the Paris District 1 City Hall on August 3 commemorated the memory of the victims of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran. The conference was accompanied by an exhibition of the pictures of some of the victims and the mass graves where the Iranian regime has buried them.
During the conference, Jean Francois Legaret, mayor of Paris’ 1st District, and other speakers underscored the necessity to conduct international investigation into this crime against humanity and to try the perpetrators of this crime in an international court of law.
In a message to the conference, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance (NCRI), thanked the attendants for helping keep the memory of the murdered political prisoners alive.

Al Arabiya , 10 August 2018-
Taking stock of Iran’s crimes against humanity 30 years after 1988 massacre

On July 26, Amnesty International renewed its warning of many years that the theocratic regime in Iran is destroying all the evidence of 1988 massacre of political prisoners. Since the massacre the only visible proof of it are mass graves where bodies of the prisoners were piled up.
There is also a constant reminder for the rest of us that such heinous crime has not been thoroughly investigated by an independent international commission.
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Iran Regime Destroy Mass Graves as Part of Cover-Up
The Iranian Regime has already begun destroying the mass graves of political prisoners secretly executed by the mullahs’ security forces in the 1980s, despite a plea from Amnesty International to halt the desecration and allow an investigation to take place.
On July 20, some of the relatives of those killed during the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, mainly members of the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK), visited one of the secret gravesites, located behind Behesht-Abad Cemetery in District 5 of the Padadshahr Padad area in the city of Ahvaz, only to find that the graves of their loved ones had been destroyed. The Ahvaz site served as the burial site for those killed during the 1988 massacre and for dissidents killed by the Regime between 1981 and 1984.
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MEK activists expose Iranian regime’s efforts to destroy evidence of mass executions
 In 1988, under the order of Iranian regime supreme leader Ruhollah Khomeini, the Iranian regime executed more than 30,000 political prisoners, the majority being members and supporters of PMOI/MEK.
At the time, the regime needed to eliminate the opposition to consolidate its power at one of its most critical moments. The victims were executed in the span of mere months and their bodies were tossed into mass graves scattered across Iran.
The regime thought it could keep the 1988 massacre silent. Since then, the MEK has tried to bring the world attention to this heinous crime, which the regime has constantly denied. But three decades later, its crimes are catching up with it. Since 2016, an international movement led by the MEK has been documenting and publishing details of the 1988 massacre and exposing the authorities who were involved in the crimes.
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Maryam Rajavi calls for urgent action to prevent destruction of the graves of victims
 and removing the traces of the 1988 massacre in Iran
Maryam Rajavi, urged the UN Secretary General, the UN Security Council, the UN Human Rights Council, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and international human rights organizations to immediately take action to prevent the Iranian regime’s systematic destruction of the graves of victims  of the 1988 massacre in Iran and removal of the traces of this massacre throughout the country, particularly in Ahvaz.
As the clerical regime’s efforts to prevent the growth of the Call-for-Justice movement has failed and it has not managed to send the massacre of Iranian political prisoners into oblivion, the ruling mullahs are desperately trying to remove the traces for this massacre in a bid to evade the consequences of this genocide and great crime against humanity, Maryam Rajavi added.


Thirty years are gone but not their memories. The memories of the victims of the 1988 massacre continue to awaken the conscience of Iranian society and inspire them to rise. Those prisoners are continuing to have their impact. Their impact could be seen on two levels:
On the one hand, in the struggle against the ruling regime. We can see this in the Call-for-Justice movement. The movement has been expanding since two years ago when it started, and continues to grow. PMOI supporters obtained new documents on the massacre during this campaign. And the campaign has helped build tremendous pressure on the regime as if the massacre had taken place just recently.
In the past eight months, Iranian protesters have been remembering the steadfast political prisoners in their cities and how they were massacred for freedom. They remember their cause, what they sacrificed their lives for, and what their message is for today.
Just this week, the people of the cities of Karaj, Isfahan, Shiraz and several other cities of the country took to the streets and demonstrated against the mullahs. This movement has been persisting for eight months throughout the country.
This movement has alarmed the mullahs. To break out of this crisis, they planned a terrorist plot against the annual gathering of the Iranian Resistance in Paris on June 30. The terrorist operation failed to reach its goal but showed that the murderers of those 30,000 political prisoners stop at nothing to physically eliminate their opposition.
The West has remained silent over the past years on mullahs’ terrorism and on the massacre of political prisoners in Iran. So, the mullahs have found themselves immune to the international consequences of their crimes. The time has come to end such immunity.
I hope that France would lead the initiative for a new drive to defend human rights in Iran and pursue the case of those massacred in 1988. It is absolutely essential that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights starts an independent probe into this case and the UN Security Council prepares the arrangements for the prosecution of the leaders of the Iranian regime and those responsible for this massacre.
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Dear compatriots,
The thirtieth anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran, the red roses of freedom, is a day of taking pride for every freedom-loving Iranian and every Iranian protester who has opted to topple the mullahs’ religious dictatorship.
The PMOI members and other freedom-loving combatants who were massacred in 1988, stood tall when hanged from the gallows so that the Iranian nation could be proud in one of the darkest eras of her history.
Khomeini wished to remove every single trace of them, so that nothing would remain of their graves and even of their names. But they were neither forgotten nor silenced. To the contrary, they rose up again from fameless towns and cities, from Izeh, Doroud, Ghahdarijan, Touyserkan, Baneh, Kazerun and Chabahar, to fuel the flames of the uprising in December/January and spread the protests all across the country.
This is their nocturnal song whispering in our ears:
I am the bird of fire
I am burning in the flames of my blazing love
When I completely burn
and the flames of my restless spirit subside,
I will rise again
from below the ashes
and start life anew
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Excerpts from speech Sir Geoffrey Robertson, the former UN tribunal chief Judge on Sierra Leon, on the 1988 massacre of the political prisoners in Iran
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Three Decades After Mass Executions In Iran – OpEd

Three decades ago, in the summer of 1988 Iranian regime committed the most heinous crime since World War II — It executed 30,000 political prisoners in the country’s prisons. Prisons were overcrowded with young men and women arrested on charges as ridiculous as reading a newspaper published by Iran’s main opposition and now an underground movement the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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30th anniversary of 1988 massacre in Iran
Thirty years ago in the summer of 1988 Iranian regime under Khomeini committed a crime unprecedented since Second World War. In a few months 30000 political prisoners were executed in Iran. The prisoners were severing their sentences. The order was to exterminate all prisoners still believing in the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The majority of prisoners were members and supporters of the MEK. The regime saw the MEK as its main rival and enemy.
A four members “Death Commission,” as it is famous among Iranian political prisoners oversaw the massacre of 30000 political prisoners in 1988.
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The Red Carnation Speaks Out About 1988 Massacre
As autumn rain fell washing away the despairing soil, the earth gradually revealed in shame the shocking secret it bore within– the evidence of a monstrous crime.
During the summer of 1988, following a religious decree (fatwa) issued by Khomeini, the then-supreme leader of mullahs’ regime in Iran, over 30,000 political prisoners were murdered in a two-month nationwide execution spree.
The decree immediately sent anyone in prisons who would be considered an “enemy of Islam” to the gallows. No court hearing.  No defense.  And, no mercy.
The victims’ bodies were never delivered to the families. Instead, they were buried secretly overnight in mass graves at remote burial sites.
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Iran is bulldozing the mass grave from the mullahs' 1988 massacre

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Update & New Details on the Iran Regime’s Terrorist Activities against Iranian resistance

International conference calls for a firm policy toward the growing terrorism of the Iranian regime

Brussels - Feb. 4, 2019 - On Monday, a conference at the European Parliament headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, discussed the growing terrorist activities of the Iranian regime and the correct policy that the international community, especially Europe, must take to address the threats posed by the Iranian regime.
The conference comes less than two weeks prior to a major international conference in Warsaw, Poland, where senior officials will be discussing multitudes of threats the Iranian regime is posing to global peace and security. It is also being held against the backdrop of increased terrorist activities by the Iranian regime in Europe.
Former European Parliament Vice President Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, who moderated the conference, stressed that terrorist acts coming out of Iran are being coordinated at the highest levels of power within the regime, a fact that Iranian regime Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif implicitly admitted to in a recent parliament hearing.
“However, [EU foreign policy chief Federica] Mogherini and her colleagues are trying to hide this truth,” Quadras said. “The remarks of Iranian officials and the facts on the ground leave no doubt that we are faced with the rise of Iranian terrorism against Europe. We must protect our countries.”
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Belgium extends sentence for Iranian regime terrorist involved in plot against opposition conference

Belgian authorities extended the prison sentence for four terrorist agents involved in a failed bombing plot against the yearly gathering of the Iranian opposition in June.
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EU sanctions Iran’s regime for terror plots in Europe

NCRI: Preventing terrorism in Europe requires blacklisting of Iranian regime's MOIS and IRGC

On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, the Danish Foreign Minister, Anders Samuelson, announced enacting sanctions against the security deputy and two agents of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) for its terrorist plots on European soil. These sanctions are a necessary response to prevent the continuation of the terrorist acts of this regime on the European soil, which must be completed by blacklisting the Ministry of Intelligence and the Revolutionary Guards in their totality, and by putting on trial and expelling the regime's intelligence agents and mercenaries. The ruling mullahs in Iran should know that their terrorist activities would have serious consequences.
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Is Iran the World's Leading State Sponsor of Terror?
Human Rights Abuse, Repression & Terrorism, the Three Pillars of the Iranian Regime

Could I thank the Frontline Media Club for holding this important meeting today. It is a great pleasure for me to be here.
I have been closely following the situation of Iran for nearly two decades. During my time in the European Parliament, I chaired the Friends of a Free Iran intergroup for 10 years. The intergroup consisted of many MEPs from different political groups and different countries. Apart from numerous articles, in 2014 I wrote a book about the Iranian opposition, ‘Self-Sacrifice’, which has been translated from English to French and German.

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Plots of the mullahs' intelligence ministry and embassy in Norway

The clerical regime's terrorist plot in Europe in 2018, organized by the diplomats and embassies of the religious fascism ruling Iran, has made a review in relations with this regime ever more necessary. In 2018, the regime's terrorist plots spanned over Albania, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Denmark. In the same year a terrorist-diplomat of the regime was arrested in Germany and handed over to Belgian judiciary, the regime's ambassador and the head of Iran’s Intelligence station in Albania, and three other diplomat-terrorist of this regime were expelled from France and the Netherlands.
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British committee supports expulsion of Iranian regime diplomats from Albania

Jan. 3, 2019 - Albanian authorities recently announced the expulsion of two Iranian diplomats due to their "involvement in activities that harm the country's security" and for "violating their diplomatic status."
Iranian regime’s ambassador to Albania Gholamhossein Mohammadnia was one of these diplomats.
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Iran ambassador to Albania is expelled
Expulsion from Albania of the mullahs’ Ambassador and Intelligence Ministry station chief is a necessary step in countering terrorism and the religious dictatorship ruling Iran
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the expulsion of the Iranian regime’s Ambassador and Intelligence Ministry’s station chief in Albania. She described this courageous act as a necessary step in countering terrorism and the religious dictatorship ruling Iran and an imperative for the security of European countries.
Last April, Prime Minister Edi Rama announced that a terrorist plot hatched by the clerical regime against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) had been foiled. “We are on the right side of history. We are among European-Atlantic countries who are similarly under threat. I believe all these countries will act against terrorist threats,” Mr. Rama stated on April 19, 2018.
Gholamhossein Mohammadnia, the regime’s ambassador to Albania, and Mostafa Roudaki, the Intelligence Ministry’s (MOIS) station chief in that country, are both senior MOIS officials, who were exposed by the Iranian Resistance in 2016 and 2017. Mohammadnia was the MOIS representative in the delegation headed by the regime’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif during the nuclear talks that led to the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
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U.S. President Donald Trump writes letter to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama expressing his gratitude on the expulsion of the Iranian ambassador and diplomat

Albanian President supports expulsion of Iranian regime ambassador, diplomat

Albanian Interior Minister: The Iranian regime is the main supporter of terrorism 

Iran’s regime launching intelligence stations across the Balkans

More than 100 Members of َََUS Congress condemn terror plot targeting Iranian opposition
On the verge of the 2018 nationwide uprising against the mullahs’ regime in Iran, senior members of the United States Congress participated in a conference on December 11 held in solidarity with the Iranian people’s uprising for freedom.
ted by Ambassador Adam Ereli, former U.S. envoy in Bahrain and former U.S. State Department deputy spokesperson, the Members of Congress who participated expressed their support for the Iranian people’s uprising and ongoing protests across the country while condemning the regime’s domestic crackdown and foreign support for terrorism. These speakers called for increasing decisiveness in the face of the mullahs’ regime in Iran.
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Brussels: PMOI / MEK supporters rally against Iranian regime’s terrorism
Coinciding with the session of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday November 19, during which the Iranian regime’s export of terrorism to the Green Continent was discussed, a large number of Iranian supporters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK) rallied outside the European Union headquarters condemning Tehran’s terror plots.
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EU should include Iran regime’s Intelligence Ministry on the terrorist list, prosecute its agents

European Union Foreign Ministers decided on Monday to consider imposing sanctions on Iran’s regime over its role in terrorist actions in Denmark and France.
Adopting a firm policy toward the religious fascism ruling Iran is an imperative requisite for combatting state terrorism. The Iranian Resistance therefore calls for the blacklisting of the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) as a terrorist entity and prosecution of its agents and diplomats who were directly involved in the terrorist plots in Albania, France, the United States and Denmark, respectively in March, June, August and September 2018. The regime’s diplomat-terrorists and agents must be prosecuted and held accountable.
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Tricks of the Iranian regime’s notorious intelligence and the records of the arrested agent in Denmark
Mohammad Davoudzadeh Lului, 39, a Ministry of Intelligence officer has been serving Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) since 10 years ago. He was arrested at the Göteborg airport in Sweden on October 21, 2018, at the request of the Danish government when he returned from Iran. He was under prosecution for participating in a terrorist plot against Iranian Arab citizens in Denmark. His active communications with Iran’s ambassador and embassy in Norway once again proves the fact that embassies and agencies of the clerical regime and its diplomats actively engage in terrorism and spying by using diplomatic facilities. A significant number of agents of the terrorist Quds Force and the infamous Ministry of Intelligence are conducting crimes in various countries around the world under diplomatic cover, and in turn, administer and feed networks of the regime’s agents under different excuses. In recent months, in addition to Assadollah Asadi (regime’s diplomat in Austria) who is imprisoned in Belgium, two terrorist diplomats from the Netherlands and another terrorist diplomat from France were expelled from these countries.
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MEK Members; The Main Target Of Mullahs’ Terrorism
October 29 was the third anniversary of a missile attack at Camp Liberty in Iraq, where hundreds of defenseless MEK members were housed. The attack consisted of a barrage of 80 missiles and killed 24 MEK members; the damage was estimated at over $10 million.
In fact, IRGC and MOIS intended to massacre the MEK members through that terrorist operation. But this ominous intention failed thanks to the MEK members’ alertness.
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Tweets Reveal Mullahs Setting the Stage for Acts of Terrorism Against the Iranian Resistance

Twitter’s release of a portion of tweets by the clerical regime’s cyber machine reaffirmed the Iranian Resistance’s long held position that Iran’s religious fascism is the primary source of hostility and vilification vis-a-vis the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The regime views the destruction of the Iranian Resistance as the only way to save itself from the prospect of inevitable overthrow.
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EU condemns Iranian regime murder plot in Denmark
Nov. 2, 2018 - One day after the Iranian regime’s murder plot was foiled in Denmark, the European Union issued a statement condemning this terrorist plan.
The European Commission spokesperson condemned any threat against Europe’s security, adding the Union takes these threats seriously and stands alongside any government concerned in this regard.
On Wednesday, Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen indicated his government being in talks with their European allies and weighing joint measures against the Iranian regime.
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Denmark Declares: Iran Regime Plotted 'Attack', Recalls Ambassador - Calls for New Sanctions
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo congratulated Denmark in a tweet for uncovering the plot and said that for 40 years Iran has made Europe a target of terror attacks.
Politiets Efterretningstjeneste (PET) is the national security and intelligence agency of Denmark. Agency executive Finn Borch Andersen made an announcement at a press conference to explain the agency’s actions on September 28th, when a number of roads, bridges, and ferry routes were closed during a massive manhunt.
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Terrorist linked to Iran’s regime arrested in Denmark
Oct. 30, 2018 - Head of the Danish security service Finn Borch Andersen held a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 30th discussing a major police operation resulting in a large portion of the country coming to a standstill on September 28 due to a terrorist plot blueprinted by the Iranian regime’s intelligence service, the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).
On October 21, an Iranian-Norwegian civilian was also arrested in relation to this case.
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REUTERS-Iranian spy service suspected of assassination plot in Denmark - security chief
NEW YORK POST-Iran assassination plot is a wake-up call for the West

Iranian regime diplomat expelled by France over foiled bomb plot
Oct. 26, 2018 - Diplomatic and security sources cited by Reuters are saying an Iranian diplomat has been expelled by France in response to a foiled bomb plot targeting the June 30th Iranian opposition rally held near Paris.
On October 2, the French Foreign Ministry issued a statement emphasizing there was no doubt the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) was behind the plot. Paris subsequently froze all assets belonging to the MOIS and two Iranian nationals
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Iran diplomat, agents accused of plotting terror attack against PMOI/MEK
Asadollah Assadi, a diplomat-terrorist of the Iranian regime who was extradited from Germany to Belgium on Tuesday, was arraigned on Wednesday in a Belgian court. He and three other agents of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) are now facing terrorism charges.
Assadi was based in Vienna and is now facing charges of intending to bomb a rally held by the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Paris back in June, according to EuroNews.
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Iranian diplomat’s extradition and trial: a state-sponsored terrorist attack across half Europe

The arrest of Assadollah Assadi, a Vienna-based Iranian diplomat, on July 1, 2018, by German police on terrorism charges set a series of developments in motion that can have far wider repercussion for the Iranian regime than is initially evident.
On June 30, Iranian exile community members gathered in Paris for an annual rally of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an umbrella organization for a broad range of Iranian factions opposing the mullah regime in Iran.

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Bolton Condemns Iran Attempt to Assault Opposition Rally
One day after the French government soundly condemned the Iranian regime for attempting to bomb a rally organized in Paris by their leading opposition group in exile, White House National Security Advisor John Bolton voiced his own denunciation of the mullahs in Tehran.
“They arrested and other European governments have arrested accredited Iranian diplomats--accredited Iranian diplomats--for conspiracy to conduct this attempted assault on the rally in Paris,” Bolton told Newsmax at a White House briefing.
Read Newsmax: Bolton Condemns Iran Attempt to Assault Opposition Rally | Newsmax.com
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How to Combat Iranian Terrorism
Conference in Brussels on the threats posed by Iran regime
On Thursday, a conference held in Brussels, Belgium, discussed the growing terrorist threat of the Iranian regime and how the international community must respond. Titled “Iran’s New Wave of Terrorism: EU and US Responses,” the event featured speeches by politicians, jurists, and dignitaries from Europe, U.S. and the Iranian opposition.
In his opening remarks, Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, former Vice President of the European Parliament , who moderated the panel of speakers, recounted the uptick of the Iranian regime’s terrorist activities against the Iranian opposition, especially against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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Message to the conference in Brussels, “Iran’s New Wave of Terrorism”-October 4, 2018
Maryam Rajavi addressed a seminar on “Iran’s New Wave of Terrorism – The EU and US responses,” held on October 4, 2018, at the Residence Palace in Brussels. In her video message to the political dignitaries and audience in the seminar, Maryam Rajavi said:
Dear friends,
I would like to express my appreciation for your attention to the necessity of countering terrorism by Iran’s ruling mullahs.
By using terrorism, the regime wants to compel the world to silence and surrender. The best response to such a regime is firmness. This is a responsible policy for global peace and security.
The mullahs are highly motivated for terrorism.
Popular protests have been continuing for nine months in Iran and the mullahs have not been able to stop them. As the regime’s highest officials have confessed, the PMOI has had an increasing role in organizing and leading the uprisings.
The country’s currency has lost 80 percent of its value in 12 months.
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European politicians call for firm action toward Tehran’s terrorism and human rights violations

Strasbourg, Oct. 3, 2018 - The Friends for Free Iran in the European Parliament held a meeting on Wednesday in the legislative body’s headquarters in Strasbourg, France, in which MEPs from various political groups discussed the human rights situation in Iran, ongoing protests in Iran and the Iranian regime’s role in spreading global terrorism.
The meeting was also attended by Dr. Alejo Vidal Quadras, former VP of the European Parliament and president of the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ), and Mohammad Mohaddessin, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), who were guest speakers at the event.
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France response was necessary to deal with the MOIS terrorist acts of extreme gravity
Reacting to the October 2 joint statement by France’s interior, foreign and economy ministers, the NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi called it “an appropriate and necessary response” to the terrorist acts of “extreme gravity” by the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) on the French soil.
“Behind all this was a long, meticulous and detailed investigation by our (intelligence) services that enabled us to reach the conclusion, without any doubt, that responsibility fell on the intelligence ministry,” a French diplomatic source told Reuters, adding that deputy minister and director general of intelligence Saeid Hashemi Moghadam had ordered the attack.
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AFP: Iran behind bomb plot in France

AP-France holds Iranian funds, raids groups over alleged plot
Reuters-France points finger at Iran over bomb plot, seizes assets
Reuters-France seizes Iranian assets over bomb plot

France points finger at Iran over bomb plot, seizes assets
PARIS (Reuters) - France said on Tuesday there was no doubt Iran’s intelligence ministry was behind a June plot to attack an exiled opposition group’s rally outside Paris and it seized assets belonging to Tehran’s intelligence services and two Iranian nationals.
The hardening of relations between Paris and Tehran could have far-reaching consequences for Iran as President Hassan Rouhani’s government looks to European capitals to salvage a 2015 nuclear deal after the United States pulled out and reimposed tough sanctions on Iran.
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German court orders the extradition of Iranian terrorist diplomat
Bamberg, Oct. 1, 2018 - On Monday, the regional court of Bamberg region, Germany, declared it had approved the extradition of Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian diplomat involved in a foiled terrorist plot against Free Iran 2018, the largest annual Iranian opposition gathering
The Free Iran 2018 gathering, held on June 30, saw the attendance of tens of thousands of Iranians from across the world who support democratic regime change in their country. The event featured speeches by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), as well as politicians and dignitaries from different countries of the world. The rally’s guest speakers included Rudy Giuliani, lawyer and advisor to the U.S. President, Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Stephen Harper, former Canadian Prime Minister, and Bernard Kouchner, former Foreign Minister of France.
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The Iranian resistance welcomes the decision of the Bamberg Supreme Court and stresses on speeding up judicial proceedings in the case of the largest Iranian state-sponsored terrorism project and its operational commander, Assadollah Assadi, and disclosure of all its details. The Iranian regime's state-sponsored terrorism should be referred to the United Nations Security Council.
Inaction with respect to the unhindered terrorism of the mullahs, whose diplomats are directly involved in, leaves the door open for continuing the crimes by the clerical regime. Therefore, the European Union and all European countries must adopt a decisive policy. Expelling all regime intelligence agents, those who work in diplomatic portfolios, or those who work under the guise of a journalist or businessman, or other covering associations is among those. Embassies and Representations of the regime should be shut down and European ambassadors should be recalled from Iran.
Read the full text of the statement of Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
October 1, 2018

A closer look at the Iranian regime’s increased terrorist activities

Adapted from El-Bashayer Online – written by Abdul Rahman Mahabadi (Professional writer and Iran analyst)
Sept. 20, 2018 - In its 40-year history, the terrorist and fundamentalist regime of Iran has done everything within its power to terrorize and destroy its dissidents and opponents. The regime has been engaging in terrorism across the world in different ways. This is a reality that parliamentarians and politicians have confirmed in the past years, and they have recognized the Iranian regime as the biggest state sponsor of global terrorism.
At the turn of the year, when protests erupted across Iran, the Iranian regime increased its efforts to strike at the Iranian opposition in hopes of stifling the uprisings. Following the remarks of the Iranian regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, in which he emphasized the role of the PMOI/MEK in the uprisings, the Iranian regime engaged in several terrorist attempts. At the doorsteps of the Iranian new year in March, the Iranian regime dispatched a group of terrorist to Albania to detonate bombs at the annual gathering of the MEK. Again, in June, another team of Iranian regime terrorists tried to bomb a large Iranian opposition rally in Paris. Shortly after, a similar attempt was discovered in the U.S. If any of these terrorist attempts succeeded, it would have caused a disaster.
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Iran Regime Must Be Held Accountable for Their Terrorism
New Details on the Iranian Regime’s Terrorist Activities in Europe
The UK Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
put the Iranian Regime’s terrorist plots in Europe front and centre today, during a press conference in London.
In the conference, the NCRI revealed new details about the Iranian regime’s terrorist activities, including the recent attempted bombing in Paris, the people who organised them, and how the highest-ranking regime officials approve these attacks.
Cross-party MPs and Peers from both Houses of Parliament also partake in the conference to announce their new initiative to counter Tehran’s terrorist activities and address Iranian regime’s support for terrorism that threatens the security of Europe and its citizens.
New information includes details on the Iranian authorities and institutions involved in the terrorism in Europe, and the chain of command in terrorism and terror decision-making process.
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Iranian regime agents must be expelled from U.S.                    

Recent revelations have shed light on Tehran’s espionage network in the United States, especially following the arrest of “two Iranian Intelligence Ministry agents, Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar and Majid Ghorbani, spied on and plotted against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran/Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (PMOI/MEK), the largest group in the coalition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI),” according to Prof. Raymond Tanter in his latest latest article.
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Despicable Demonization Campaign Against Iranian Democratic Opposition PMOI (MEK), Preparing the Grounds for Terrorist Attacks

 By Alejo Vidal-Quadras
The International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ) exposes the intensifying measures of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) to demonize the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) in a bid to prepare the ground for terrorist acts against the main democratic opposition to the religious dictatorship ruling Iran.
The covert and unannounced videotaping by the British Channel 4 of the residence of the Iranian refugees - members of the PMOI - in Albania on August 10, and the publication of these pictures in less than 24 hours, on the websites of Iranian intelligence ministry known as Iran-Interlink, has caused deep concern about the security and safety of these refugees. Specifically, that Channel 4 has refused to respond to letters by the PMOI spokesperson, a copy of which has been sent to the ISJ.
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Europe should counter Iran’s cyber espionage, infiltration, terrorism
The more discord persists in the West over the means of responding to Iranian covert operations, the more impact these operations will have, writes Alejo Vidal-Quadras.
Alejo Vidal-Quadras, a Spanish professor of atomic and nuclear physics, was vice-president of the European Parliament from 1999 to 2014. He is currently the president of the Brussels-based International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ).
Both Facebook and Twitter recently announced that they had removed hundreds of accounts in the wake of revelations from the cybersecurity FireEye, which identified them as being linked to coordinated disinformation campaigns that originated with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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Alejo Vidal-Quadras, a Spanish professor of atomic and nuclear physics
After disinformation campaign, Iran’s embarrassment in cyberspace

In an effort to confront fake news and terrorism propaganda fomented by the Iranian regime, social media giants, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, have recently suspended and blocked a number of accounts, pages and channels affiliated with Iran.
This includes 39 channels linked to the Iranian regime’s state-run TV/radio IRIB network, all blocked by Google in YouTube. Google also closed down six weblogs and 13 Google+ accounts, while Facebook has announced the closing of 562 pages. These are all linked to the Iranian regime.
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Warning: Demonization Efforts by UK Channel 4 News, Setting the Stage for Terrorist Acts Against PMOI/MEK Refugees in Albania
Despicable deals with the clerical regime concurrent with Alistair Burt's visit to Iran

Iran regime’s huge cyberwar apparatus paves way for terrorism and fuels appeasement
This cyberwar apparatus is run by the IRGC and Ministry of Intelligence, and its aim is to deceive, spread lies, demonize opponents, and prevent the free flow of information. Internet institutions should prevent the regime from infiltrating and misusing their networks
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Iran IRGC comd. Soleimani, other key regime figures assigned to deal with the Resistance
Revolutionary Guard Soleimani, henchman Alavi and other regime leaders at a gathering of foreign regime representatives and their instructions to deal with the resistance and how to deal with the terrorist scandal of the regime
According to reports from inside the regime, the main part of the annual gathering of ambassadors and representatives of the mullahs regime in foreign countries held in Tehran in the last week of July was to brief them about the arrested diplomat terrorist in Germany, how to confront Iranian resistance at the international level, and increasing morale of the diplomats and the prevention of their defection.
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Intelligence Agents of Iran Regime in U.S. Arrested for Spying on the Iranian Resistance

Sleeper cells to terror plots, Iranian footprint across US, Europe

Two more Iranian regime spies arrested in the United States
August 21, 2018 - On Monday, the U.S. Department of Justice declared that two Iranian men were arrested on charges of spying for the Iranian regime. The suspects, Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, 38, and Majid Ghorbani, 59, were allegedly involved in conducting surveillance on organizations and individuals that the Iranian regime considers as enemies, most prominent among them the PMOI/MEK.
According to a DOJ press release, in September 2017, Ghorbani, a resident of California, attended an MEK rally in New York and photographed participants, who had gathered to protest against the Iranian regime. Ghorbani later contacted Doostdar and delivered 28 photographs of dissidents to him, for which he received $2,000 in cash. Ghorbani’s photos also contained hand-written annotations identifying the individuals who appeared in them.
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Iranians charged with spying on Jews in U.S. raise specter of assassination plots here
By Rowan Scarborough - The Washington Times - Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Two Men Accused of Spying for Iranian Regime on Potential Targets in US
By Patrick Goodenough -cnsnews  August 21, 2018

New Orders by the Supreme Security Council for Spying and Paving the Ground for Terrorism Against the Iranian Resistance
While referring to the widespread protests in various cities in August, Hassan Rouhani, the President of the clerical regime, demonstrated his animosity against the PMOI and said on August 6: "There is nothing wrong with the people’s protests ... but it shouldn’t be like some people respond to a group let (’s requests).”
Subseqently, the regime’s Supreme Security Council, in an instruction to the Ministry of Intelligence, the terrorist Quds Force, the Revolutionary Guards Intelligence and other agencies involved in export of terrorism and fundamentalism, ordered them to take further measures to spy on the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance and to set the stage for terrorist acts.
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Iran’s Intelligence Ministry Uses Britain’s Channel 4 Against Iranian Refugees in Albania

On Friday, August 10, 2018, a three-person television crew secretly and without prior notice filmed and photographed inside the residence of members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), refugees in Albania, from adjacent land. Local Albanian security agents who spotted this suspicious and illegal act asked them to stop filming and to hand over the recordings. But the crew, who introduced themselves as Britons working for Britain’s Channel 4 TV, ignored this request and continued their work until Albanian police moved in and took them to the police station.
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Iranian Diplomat Coordinated MOIS Operations in Europe Foiled Terror Plot in Europe
On August8th, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the main opposition to the Iranian regime, spoke at a press conference about the recent terrorist plot that was foiled by authorities in Europe.
On June30th, authorities in Belgium arrested a Belgian-Iranian couple that was in possession of 500 grams of TAPT – an explosive favored by terrorists – and a detonator. The couple were on their way to the “Free Iran” gathering just outside Paris.
The “Free Iran” gathering is an annual event in which tens of thousands of Iranians from around the world go to listen to dozens of politicians, officials, human rights activists, members of parliament, and so on. It is in support of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the couple that was arrested were pretending to be supporters.
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Iran’s diplomat faces charges of running European spy network
Mike Pompeo condemns Iran regime violation of Human Rights, Terrorism and attempt to bomb an Iranian opposition convention in Paris
In his Remarks at supporting Iranian voices at Reagan Library in Los Angeles on Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the violation of human rights in Iran, clausal stealing by the Iranian authorities, exporting terrorism and an attempt to bomb an Iranian opposition gathering in France.
The followings are excerpts from his speech at the Reagan Library.
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Iran plots terror on European soil as EU tries to shield regime from Trump sanctions push
By Adam Shaw | Fox News

As the European Union decries America's restoration of Iran sanctions, the Islamic regime is rewarding Europe’s support by ramping up its terror operation on the continent -- allegedly plotting attacks against Iranian dissidents there and politicians who back them.
The Trump administration restored sanctions on the rogue regime this week, a consequence of the U.S. decision to withdraw from the Obama-era Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). That move provoked a strong response from European leaders, who said they “deeply regret” the U.S. decision.

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The Wall Street Journal U.S. Accuses Iran of Terror Plots in Effort to Sway Europe
By Laurence Norman in Brussels and Matthew Dalton in Paris
Updated Aug. 3, 2018 12:50 p.m. ET
A slate of investigations into alleged terror plots and killings sponsored by Iran has opened a new front in U.S. efforts to persuade European governments to cut ties with Tehran following President Trump’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal in May.
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The Wall Street Journal -Iranian Terror on European Soil
The Wall Street Journal published on Tuesday an op-ed by Hossein Abedini of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) about the recent terror plot by the mullahs’ regime against the Free Iran convention in Paris.
Read  the full text of the Wall Street Journal on July 24, 2018

Iranian regime’s escaping forward and measures following the defeat of the terrorist plot
July 19, 2018 - Following the Grand Gathering of the Iranian Resistance in Paris and the failure of the mullahs' terrorist plot and the arrest of regime’s agents, including a terrorist diplomat, the regime’s Supreme National Security Council held a meeting upon Khamenei’s order and commissioned the relevant bodies such as the Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Intelligence, the Quds Force, the Revolutionary Guards intelligence, and the state-run media to work to minimize the consequences of this big scandal.
The government apparatuses and authorities were obliged to pin the blame on the PMOI to cover this scandal. This is a well-known trick of escaping forward by which they attempt to portrait the arrest of the terrorists in Belgium and France and the arrest of a terrorist diplomat in Germany as a stage-setting to frame the regime on the verge of Rouhani’s visit to Europe, claiming that the PMOI had trapped that terrorist diplomat.
Following the release of the statement by Belgium Prosecutor and Federal Security Agency, the regime’s foreign minister said: "Just at the time the president's visit to Europe begins, an Iranian operation is disclosed and its “perpetrators” are arrested." He added that he is ready to cooperate with relevant authorities to clarify what is “just a deceptive operation to give a false address."
Mohsen Rezai, the former commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the secretary of the regime’s Expediency Council, in order to implement the same directive, made a cock and bull story to promote the two arrested terrorists in Belgium to high-ranking members of the PMOI. He wrote shamelessly that the two "contacted the diplomat and talked about their readiness to cooperate with Iran ..." and that's why "these two people met with our diplomat in a place where a package was exchanged which was recorded by closed-circuit cameras or by the Monafeqin [the term used of the PMOI by the regime]”. “These two members of the Monafeqin made themselves subject to the arrest, and confessed to such a plot led by the Iranian diplomat," said the former stupid commander of IRGC.
The regime’s scenario, which was revealed by the Belgian authorities, clarifies further absurd comments fabricated by the mullahs’ Supreme Security Council. A Belgian police official said: "In Luxembourg, there was a meeting that was under control, and all together (security services from different countries) quickly worked to discover the bomb and arrest Assadi. The regime seems to have hoped that the bombing would be seen as a PMOI’s internal issue, which was a theory that could have been credible, but when we arrested their people during the act, the situation changed. "( BuzzFeed website- July 11, 2018)
At the same time, the Ministry of Intelligence and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs commissioned some in Europe and the US who support the regime, including those interested in appeasing the regime, to pretend as if some elements in the regime arbitrarily planned for this terrorist crime. Daniel Benjamin, the counterterrorism coordinator at the US Department of State in Obama's administration, who exhausted all his efforts and up to the last minute to prevent implementation of the court’s verdict to delist the PMOI, and whose hysteric hostility towards the PMOI has clear motives, said in this regard that he  can't eliminate the possibility that this could be a rogue operation planned by Iranian security services — or by radical elements within the Iranian security services — aimed at embarrassing the Rouhani government and perhaps even putting them in charge of an embattled Iran.
Extraterritorial units of the Quds Force and the Ministry of Intelligence stations outside the country were once again required to focus on the use and recruitment of indigenous elements in Albania, Bosnia, Serbia and Kosovo in order to implement terrorist plans against the PMOI in Albania through them. The radio and TV overseas directorate of the mullahs was also obliged to prepare fake films and reports against the PMOI in these countries in order to set the stage for criminal acts.
The IRGC was mandated to expand the scope of its intelligence and espionage activities for obtaining information from within the PMOI.

The Iranian regime’s leaders were involved in the recent terrorist plot in Europ
Khamenei, Rouhani Ordered Bomb Attach Against Free Iran 2018 Gathering in Paris
Iranian regime's offices in Europe should be shut down, and its intelligence and Quds Force agents should be expelled
The German Federal Prosecutor announced in its statement on July 11 that German judiciary had ordered the arrest of Assadollah Assadi, a mullahs’ terrorist diplomat, on charges of espionage and collaboration for murder.
He had previously been arrested on July 1 based on a European arrest warrant. According to the statement, Assadi had commissioned a couple residing in Antwerp in March 2018 to carry out an assault using explosives on the Iranian’s annual grand gathering in France on June 30, 2018, and gave them 500 grams of the explosive TATP in Luxemburg in late June. The statement added, Assadi was a member of the "Ministry of Intelligence and Security," whose tasks "primarily include the intensive observation and combatting of opposition groups inside and outside of Iran." It added that the German’s judiciary warrant would not hinder Belgium’s extradition request for the suspect.
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Iranian Terror Plot Motivated by Threat of Regime Change
Modern diplomacy-by Prof. Ivan Sascha Sheehan
Last month, Belgian authorities arrested a married couple of Iranian origin after it was discovered that they were in possession of 500 grams of the explosive TATP, which they intended to carry to Paris to inflict mass causalities at a gathering of Iranian dissidents held on June 30. The couple presented themselves as supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the principal constituent group in the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), but were actually Iranian intelligence operatives bent on attacking or undermining the Resistance
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Town hall-Ken Blackwell-
Terror Plot Reveals Iran Is Afraid Of Democratic Opposition But Not European Policy
On June 30, several European authorities thwarted an attack on the annual Free Iran rally organized by supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). Considering that Assadollah Assadi, the intelligence station chief at the Iranian embassy in Vienna, was arrested along with two would-be bombers, it is abundantly clear that the plot was masterminded in Tehran.
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Terrified of opposition, Iran’s regime enjoys European appeasement
World Tribune-U.S. officials ‘certain’ Iranian regime approved bomb plot against opposition rally in Paris
A terrorist plot to blow up a rally in Paris sponsored by an Iranian opposition group was approved by Iran’s ruling mullahs, U.S. officials and the sponsor of the June 30 rally said.
Belgian authorities foiled the plot when when they detained a couple with ties to Iran who had been given explosives by an Iranian diplomat based in Austria.
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A Big Blow To Tehran’s Terror Strategy
Terrorism and oppression were the legacy of Khomeini left for his successors. As the Iranian resistance has emphasized right from the outset since the emergence of the Islamic Republic up until today, terrorism and suppression are the two main pillars for the regime ensuring its grasp on power. And to this end, Khamenei has been even more committed to this than Khomeini.
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Iran’s terror plot centers on Europe
The aftermath of the Iranian regime’s failed terrorist plot
July 14, 2018 - In the aftermath of the Iranian regime’s failed terrorist attack against the great Iranian opposition convention in Paris, European law enforcement in Germany, France and Belgium are in the process of trying the Iranian regime’s terrorists in court for their involvement in the foiled plot. Meanwhile, the Iranian regime’s officials and state-run media are lamenting at the arrest of their operatives, especially their main agent, Assadollah Assadi, a diplomat in the regime’s mission to Austria, and they’re blaming the PMOI/MEK for their misfortunes.
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Terror plots in Europe and winds of change in Iran
 Al Arabiya,18 July 2018
Last month, Iran’s main opposition the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held its biggest rally in suburban Paris. The colorful event was in many ways different from preceding years as Iran continues to boil in dissent and protests spreading in far corners of the nation.
Maryam Rajavi, President of the NCRI in her address said: “A passionate generation thirsty for freedom has risen to take over the entire country and take back Iran from the occupiers. This is the Iranian nation’s fight. The regime’s overthrow is inevitable.”
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What should be done about the Iran’s government-sponsored terrorism
On June 30, as thousands of Iranians and political figures from five continents convened at Paris for the annual Iranian opposition Free Iran rally, the Belgian police arrested a group of terrorists in Brussels. At the same time, the German police arrested Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian regime diplomat. Other undisclosed arrests took place in neighboring European countries, all linked to a complicated terror plot against the Iranian opposition gathering in Paris.
This is part of a broader confrontation between the Iranian opposition and the regime and has now assumed a much larger context.
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Prosecution of Iranian regime terrorists in Germany & Belgium
The Iranian regime’s plot to bomb the Iranian opposition convention – “Free Iran 2018” – in Paris was foiled two weeks ago. And yet the subject continues to gain international coverage and growing attention.
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EU appeasers continue to feed the Iranian tiger
By Struan Stevenson  |  July 13, 2018
On June 30, German police arrested Assadollah Assadi, a diplomat from the Iranian Embassy in Vienna, and charged him with terrorist offenses. On the same day, Belgian police arrested an Iranian couple from Antwerp after 500 grams of high explosives and a detonator were found in their car. They admitted Assadi had given them the bomb and instructed them to detonate it at the Iranian democratic opposition, PMOI (MEK) rally being held in Villepinte, near Paris, that weekend.
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Trump prods Europe to get tough on Iran
Washington uses foiled Paris bomb plot blamed on Tehran to change EU approach.
The U.S. is raising pressure on European allies to isolate Iran in the wake of a foiled terrorist attack in France last month that Washington believes targeted American citizens, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Administration officials are citing the failed bombing in their effort to push European governments to choke off Iran’s access to everything from their airspace to cash deposits, arguing that Tehran’s involvement in terrorist plots obligate America’s allies to take a much harder line with the Islamic Republic. It was a message President Donald Trump delivered behind the scenes at this week’s NATO summit in Brussels, according to people familiar with the meetings.
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Pompeo accuses Iran of using embassies for terror plots
by MATTHEW LEE and JON GAMBRELL, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday accused Iran of using its embassies to plot terrorist attacks in Europe and warned Tehran that its actions have "a real high cost" after it threatened to disrupt Mideast oil supplies.
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U.S., Allies Must Respond Decisively to State-Sponsored Terror Plot Against Iranian Opposition

Security services in Europe thwarted a terror plot orchestrated by the Iranian regime, against the “Free Iran 2018 – the Alternative” gathering in France.
The free world must demonstrate resolve in responding to this serious and ruthless behavior, irrefutably perpetrated by Iranian regime officials, including Assadi.”— OIAC
WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 11, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Last week, Belgian, German and French security services thwarted a sophisticated terror plot orchestrated by the Iranian regime, against the “Free Iran 2018 – the Alternative” gathering in Paris, France. On Saturday, June 30, 2018, thousands of Iranian Americans joined nearly a hundred thousand Iranians, former and current senior U.S. government officials, as well as parliamentarians and political personalities from five continents to call for regime change by the Iranian people.
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Suspect in ‘plot’ to bomb Iran opposition in Paris handed to Belgium 
A French court on Wednesday gave the green light for a suspect in an alleged bomb plot against an Iranian opposition rally to be handed over to Belgium
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The Washington Times-Iran's highest leaders approved Paris rally bomb plot, opposition group claims
By Rowan Scarborough
The Europe-based opposition to Iran’s ruling mullahs charged on Thursday that the plot to bomb its annual resistance rally near Paris on June 30 was approved by Iran’s highest leaders.
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Iran opposition NCRI: Senior regime figures approved Paris rally bomb plot
The terror plot intending to bomb the annual Iranian opposition convention in Paris on June 30th was approved at the highest level of the Iranian regime leadership, according to the opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
The Paris-based NCRI cited its intelligence sources inside Iran to say the regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani both approved the terror plot.
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Report of Demos across Europe protesting Iranian regime terror plot

Iranian Resistance supporters in Europe & Canada demand prosecution of Tehran’s diplomat terrorist
European Taxpayers Should Understand Iran Regime’s-Sponsored Terrorism in Their Countries

Prosecution of Iranian regime terrorists in Germany & Belgium
 The Iranian regime’s plot to bomb the Iranian opposition convention – “Free Iran 2018” – in Paris was foiled two weeks ago. And yet the subject continues to gain international coverage and growing attention.
Liberation in France cited Agence France Presse on July 11th saying the French government will be extraditing one suspect to Belgium soon, adding an Iranian diplomat is in detention in Germany after a failed plot against the Iranian opposition. This dossier is now entering the new phase and yet specifics in this regard remain very vague.
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Call for expelling Iran regime’s diplomat-terrorists from Europe
Exposing the failed and coordinated terrorist plot aimed at attacking the Free Iran Rally in Villepinte, was a litmus test to demonstrate that the NCRI is the only viable alternative to the cleric regime of Iran and a great source of concern for the crises stroked Mullahs in Tehran. The terrorist gang in Belgium and France was preparing the attack on the peaceful gathering of the Iranian resistance with more than 100.000 attendees.
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US State Dept: “Iran uses embassies as cover to plot terrorist attacks”
July 11, 2018 - Less than two weeks after the Iranian opposition convention in Paris where a massive crowd and a large number of international dignitaries joined to express their support for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) coalition as the alternative for the mullahs’ regime ruling Iran, and the following foiling of a terror plot blueprinted by Tehran involving the arrest of an Iranian diplomat and five other individuals in Belgium, Germany and France, the U.S. State Department held a briefing on Tuesday specifically saying the Iranian regime is using its embassies “as cover to plot terrorist attacks.”
This briefing also covered meetings between State Department officials and their counterparts abroad.
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Pompeo: An Iran-backed terror plot was foiled last week in Paris:
July 11, 2018 -  During his visit to the United Arab Emirates, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo referred to the Iranian regime’s terror plot against the Iranian opposition convention in Paris.
The Europeans understand the threat posed by the Iranian regime, he said, adding Iranians arrested last week in Europe were ready to carry out a terror bombing in Paris.
The United States has seen these devious measures in Europe and are well aware of Tehran’s threats, he said.
Iran’s regime has brought suffering & death to the world & its own people. Just in Europe, Iran-sponsored assassinations, bombings & other terrorist attacks have scarred countless lives. Hope the Europeans raised this with Rouhani & Zarif on their European tour.
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Detained Iranian regime diplomat stands accused by Germany
July 11, 2018 - Germany is raising charges against an Iranian diplomat for his involvement in a bomb plot targeting the Iranian opposition convention in Paris on June 30th.
German prosecutors on Wednesday accused Assadollah Assadi with activity as a foreign operative and conspiracy to commit murder. Based in Vienna, Assadi is suspected of hiring an Iranian-Belgian couple in the northeast European country to stage an attack at the annual convention held by the Iranian Diaspora expressing their support for the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and its pillar member, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
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AP-Germany charges Iranian diplomat detained in bomb plot
Failed Belgium Terror Plot Unmasks Rouhani’s Moderation Sham
As stunning as it may seem, the simple fact that the Iranian regime has to resort to diplomatic means in order to facilitate an act of terrorism just before an important visit to Europe by its president Rouhani , shows the deadlock that the clerical regime has found itself to be in facing its political alternative, the NCR
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Here is the link of Michael R. Pompeo Secretary of State Interview with Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates July 10, 2018

Iranian regime’s terrorist plot to attack Iranian Resistance Grand Gathering in Paris was foiled
The conspiracy of the terrorist dictatorship ruling Iran to attack the Grand Gathering of the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte, Paris was foiled. The mullahs’ regime’s terrorists in Belgium, helped by the regime’s diplomat terrorists, had designed for the attack.
A woman and a man involved in this terrorist act were arrested by the Belgian police. The woman had come from Iran to Belgium in 2009. In this regard, an Iranian regime’s diplomat has been arrested in Germany.
Iranian Resistance had repeatedly warned before about the terrorist preparations by the so-called "diplomats" of the regime and the mercenaries of the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) and the Quds Force in various European countries.

Wilrijks Couple Was Sleeping Cell For Iran
According to the security services, the Wilrijk couple who wanted to make an attack in Paris were sent to Europe as spies by the Iranian regime.
Amir S. (38) and his wife Nasimeh N. (33) were required to apply for asylum and to keep quiet for years as a ‘sleeping cell’. That they were threatened and put under pressure by the Iranian regime is no longer believed by the security services.
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Contemplating the Iranian regime’s recent terror plot
June 7, 2018 - The authorities of Belgium, France, and Germany were recently involved in foiling a new plot blueprinted by the Iranian regime and intended to target an Iranian opposition convention held in Paris on Saturday in support of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) coalition. Investigations continue reportedly.
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Asdollah Assadi, Iran’s diplomat in Austria

Asdollah Assadi, Iran’s diplomat in Austria who ordered the terror attack, was arrested in Germany

A terrorist diplomat of the clerical regime by the name of Asdollah Assadi, who was the main planner of the terrorist plot against the great gathering of Iranians in Paris, was arrested in Germany. The terrorist diplomat, who is the station chief of the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) in Vienna, has been stationed in Austria since August 2014.
The two arrested terrorists are Amir Sadoni and Nassim Nomeni and are residents of Antwerp.
Prior to Asadollah Assadi, an individual by the name of Mostafa Roudaki was the MOIS station chief in the regime’s embassy in Austria. Roudaki was transferred to Tehran and was subsequently dispatched to Albania in 2017 as the MOIS station chief there to plot against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran.
The Iranian Resistance once again reiterates the need to shut down the Iranian regime’s embassies and representative offices in Europe as centers of espionage and terrorism and expel the agents of the Ministry of Intelligence and the terrorist Quds Force from European countries.

Iranian diplomat to be stripped of immunity over Belgium terrorism plot
An Iranian diplomat identified as Asdollah Assadi will see his diplomatic immunity lifted by Austria following his suspected involvement in a terrorist plot in Belgium that planned to target the annual Iranian opposition convention held Saturday near Paris, according to various outlets.
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Iranian diplomat arrested in Germany will be sent to Belgium
 The Iranian diplomat arrested in the German state of Bavaria will be transferred to Belgium, according to Deutsche Welle Persian citing the prosecutor’s office in Germany’s Bamberg state. This entity is not permitted to provide more information on this developing subject, according to the Bamberg prosecutor’s office public relations desk.

isj committee-Condemnation of Iran Terror Plot in Europe
Call for Expulsion of Iranian Diplomat

Rudy Giuliani Issued a Statement on the Iranian Regime Terrorist Plot Against #FreeIran2018

Romanian MPs condemn Iranian regime terror plot in Europe

REVEALED: Iranian held in Germany over bomb plot is intelligence chief in Vienna
By Shahin Gobadi Special to Al Arabiya English

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Belgian couple arrested in plot to bomb Iranian opposition event attended by Giuliani, Gingrich

Al Arabiya English- Iran threatens to retaliate after Dutch expel two diplomats


Augusta free press-Aug. 3, 2018,:Will Iranian terrorists be given free rein to target expatriate activists?

Terrorism An Inseparable Behavior Of Mullahs’ Regime

Infographic: Iran Regime’s Decades of Terrorism in Europe


Earlier this month, two Iranian suspects and an Iranian diplomat were arrested for their participation in the plotting of a terrorist attack in France against the main Iranian opposition. They were planning to let a bomb off at the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) annual Free Iran rally.
Prosecutors in Belgium say that when the couple was arrested in Belgium, they were in possession of TAPT – a homemade explosive that is often used by terrorists. They were also in possession of a detonation device.
A few days after this news broke from Belgium, the Netherlands announced that two of its Iranian diplomats were being expelled from the embassy in The Hague
In November last year it was reported that Iranian man Ahwazi Ahmad Mola Nissi, a 52-year-old political activist, was shot dead in the Netherlands. At around the same time, further details about the death of Mohammad-Reza Kolahi were revealed.
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Iran & the AMIA terror bombing in Buenos Aires