In the greatest gathering held in Paris by the Iranian diaspora on June 27, 2014, many political figures and dignitaries attended and sent messages. Following is the text of message sent by Senator Robert Menendez, chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Hello and greetings to all of you gathered today in Paris. This year we join in solidarity in Paris in remembrance of deadly rocket attacks on Camp Liberty and to demand of the people in Camp Liberty be able to live without fear and uncertainty. Continue reading
On Sunday, June 29, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, in a conference in her headquarters in Auvers-sur-Oise with political figures from 17 countries, congratulated all Muslims on the occasion of the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan and declared this year’s Ramadan as the month of solidarity with the peoples of Iraq, Syria and Iran who have risen for emancipation from the claws of the ominous regime of Velayat-e faqih and its proxies. Continue reading
In continuation of the systematic and large-scale theft of Ashraf’s property in recent days by the Ashraf suppression committee in the Iraqi Prime Ministry, now Hadi Ameri, commander of the 9th Badr force, has ordered forces under his command to steal all Jeep Land Cruisers belonging to PMOI at Ashraf, which amount to over 400. Hadi Ameri has said that he needs the vehicles to once again form the Badr divisions. Coincidently, the Ashraf suppression committee and National Security are continuing the theft of Ashraf’s property. Continue reading
Grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of resistance from 69 countries in Paris – Villepinte:
Speech by Maryam Rajavi on Iraq crisis, meddling by and impact on the Iranian regime, Rouhani’s record in a year, and challenges of nuclear negotiations
• 600 parliamentarians and prominent political figures from five continents have come to Paris to participate in this gathering
In a few hours, the grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance from 63 countries and five continents will begin in Villepinte Hall in Paris. The key note speaker to the event is Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance. Over 600 political figures, parliamentarians and jurists with different political inclinations from all over the globe have entered Paris to participate in this gathering and to express their solidarity with the Iranian Resistance. Continue reading
Paris – Grand Gathering of Iranians
Maryam Rajavi: Mullahs are main losers of Iraq’s developments; Rouhani’s ‘moderation’ is but a mirage; countdown for mullahs’ regime has begun; change in Iran is inevitable
- The Iranian regime seeking to buy time in nuclear negotiations and keep open the path to acquiring nuclear bomb
The grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of the Iranian Resistance from 69 countries across the globe began in the Villepinte Hall in Paris at 1430 on Friday, June 27, with the participation of 600 political dignitaries, legislators and jurists from a wide spectrum of political tendencies . Continue reading
From Fox News
By Eric Shawn
Published June 27, 2014
It is a blunt call for regime change in Tehran.
The largest gathering of the Iranian resistance starts Friday with the annual convention of the Council of Resistance of Iran. The sponsors expect 100,000 people to assemble in a massive hall outside Paris for hours of speeches, demonstrations and protests aimed at toppling the Iranian government.
“I am confident that the mullahs’ religious dictatorship ruling Iran will not last in the 21st century and will be overthrown,” predicts the group’s leader, Maryam Rajavi. “It really begs logic to expect this religious dictatorship, the founder of terrorism and fundamentalism in the whole of the region and is seeking nuclear weapons, to take international policy hostage, to continue and endure.” Continue reading
During the last two weeks, in an anti-human measure that is a flagrant violation of international conventions, Government of Iraq is using absurd pretexts to prevent transfer of Camp Liberty patients to the hospitals in Baghdad for their medical appointments or their preplanned surgeries. This is while a large number of these patients are in critical condition and some are cancer patients that are in need of immediate chemotherapy or other essential treatments. As is the routine, the names of these patients have been given to UNAMI and to the Iraqi physicians in camp’s clinic several days in advance. Continue reading
The committee at the Iraqi Prime Ministry tasked to suppress Iranian residents of Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty dispatched a number of its agents headed by Sadeq Mohammad Kadhim and Ahmed Khozair to Camp Ashraf on Sunday, June 22, to plunder the movable property of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), especially their vehicles.
The group took a large number of people with it to Camp Ashraf to prepare the vehicles and load the property.
At the same time, a group of forces from 9 Badr Organization were also poised to steal the property and vehicles of the PMOI in Camp Ashraf upon orders from Hadi al-Ameri, Maliki’s Minister of Transportation who is currently the commander of operations of the paramilitary forces in Diyala Province. Continue reading
The al-Tagheer Iraqi TV channel reported that “in apprehension of the advancement of the revolutionaries, Government of Iraq has initiated plundering of Ashraf Base property that belong to the PMOI” (June 22, 2014).
Concurrently, the al-Hurra Iraqi TV channel reported that paramilitary forces “from central and southern Iraq have come to Camp New Iraq (Camp Ashraf) in al-Athim area” and “religious figures from Karbala Province have come to Camp New Iraq to offer speeches to the fighters”. Continue reading
By Abdollah Pakatchi
On June 15th 2013, when Iran’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, had to cede the position of Iran’s presidency to Hassan Rouhani, he concealed his defeat by launching more than twenty missiles on his strong-minded foes, the residents of Camp Liberty, in Iraq. For Khamenei, although Rouhani was not his candidate but. his fears, that the 2009 post elections uprisings may repeat itself, made him bow to the circumstances. Continue reading