Hassan Rouhani is one of the most senior officials responsible for violations of human rights in Iran and massacre in the region
President of clerical regime Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Paris was met with a wave of protests by Iranians, French political figures, human rights organizations and activists, and French citizens. Thursday at noon, in a large demonstration in Paris (Place Denfert-Rochereau) protestors called on the French officials to chastise Rouhani for the dire situation of human rights in Iran, the policy of export of terrorism and fundamentalism, and the destructive conflicts in the region, especially for buttressing the criminal President of Syria Bashar al-Assad.
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By: Shahrokh Tavakoli
I would like to congratulate you and wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. By the way, it was very interesting for me the message of Mrs. Rajavi the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect offered her greetings especially to Christians in Iran and around the world in this regard. Mrs. Rajavi wished that the year 2016 would be a year of friendship and brotherhood among followers of all faiths and a year of unity and victory over Islamic extremism and especially the religious fascism ruling Iran, and its evil allies, who sow the seeds of hatred, violence, and sectarianism around the globe. She said: Muslims and Christians can rely on their common values to stand up to those who pervert their religions through fanaticism, terror and extremism.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, also attended Christmas Eve service on Thursday in St Germain-des-Près Abbey, Paris.
By: Mohammad Mohaddes
Last night Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran attended a Christmas Eve ceremony in St Germain-des-Près Abbey, Paris. Mrs. Rajavi introduced the message of love, peace, and brotherhood Moslems and Christians across the world.
In another message to the Iranians particularly Christians, Mrs. Rajavi said: “I wish that 2016 would be a year of unity and victory over Islamic extremism and especially the religious fascism ruling Iran and its evil allies in the Middle East who sow the seeds of enmity in the world.”
In the cold, foggy morning of Thursday, December 17th, I went to a picket line staged by a number of protesting residents in Camp Liberty, adjacent to Baghdad International Airport and home to a few thousand Iranian opposition members. This protest rally was held exactly 47 days after the most recent rocket attack on October 29th by elements linked to the Iranian regime that left 24 residents killed and over 100 others wounded. I went a bit closer to get a look and listen to what they were saying.
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Iran’s fundamentalist regime on Monday paraded two young men in the streets of Pakdasht, south-east of Tehran, a derogatory act used to discourage social dissent by Iranian youths.
The commander of the regime’s suppressive security forces in Pakdasht said the degrading punishment was ordered by the regime’s judiciary officials.
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Iran’s regime has impounded tens of thousands of cars since March because women inside the vehicles had not properly covered their hair with a headscarf, Tehran’s traffic police said Tuesday, AFP reported.
“Over the past eight months, more than 40,000 cases of bad hijab (headscarf) have been dealt with,” said Brigadier General Teymour Hosseini, quoted by the state-run ISNA news agency.
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The United Nations Refugee Agency on Monday published an updated statement on the situation of several thousand members of the main Iranian opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), or Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), in Camp Liberty in Iraq.
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