Monday, August 31, 2015

Iran-4nd anniversary of massacre of PMOI members in Camp Ashraf

NCRI - Tuesday marks the second anniversary of the Camp Ashraf massacre. Fifty two unarmed and defenseless Iranian dissidents, all members of Iran’s main opposition group, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), were slaughtered and another group of seven, including six women, were abducted by Iraqi forces at the behest of the regime in Iran.
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2 years after Camp Ashraf massacre UN/US still not answering questions about 7 abducted residents

Iraq-Ashrafmassacre -ashraf7abducted

Also despite of torture Political prisoners in Gohardasht prison had send a message to honor
Ashraf epic

Iran-message of Political prisoners in Gohardasht prison

Iran-message of Political prisoners in Gohardasht prison

Iran-message of Political prisoner Ali Moezi

Iran-NCRI-Iran Resistance-speech by Alejo Vidal-Quadras in event marking PMOI’s 50th anniversary

Alejo Vidal-Quadras

NCRI - Text of speech by Dr Alejo Vidal-Quadras, former Vice-President of the European Parliament and President of the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ), in a meeting with Iranian youths associations in Germany in the run-up to the 50th anniversary of Iran’s main opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK):Friday 28 August 2015

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Dr Vidal-Quadras called on the young people, the young generation of the Resistance, to continue showing that they cannot be beaten down, even faced with horrendous and brutal repression. He also reminded them of the mass executions of more than 30,000 PMOI political prisoners in the summer of 1988 who were buried in mass graves in Iran meaning their families have no place to mourn for them. He declared this a “crime against humanity” for which those responsible must be tried and punished

Iran news in brief, 31 August 2015

Published on Aug 31, 2015
Iran news in brief, 31 August 2015
Former Euro-Parliament VP recognizes 50 years of Resistance by PMOI for freedom in Iran
IRAN: Relatives of 30,000 executed PMOI members prevented from remembering massacre

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Iran-Maryam Rajavi’s message to the conference in Italy on International Measures to Do Justice to Victims of the 1988 Massacre

Iran-Maryam Rajavi’s message to the conference in Italy on International Measures to Do Justice to Victims of the 1988 Massacre
Honorable members of parliament, human rights activists, ladies and gentlemen,
It is a great pleasure to address this important conference on human rights violations in Iran particularly to call for justice for the victims of the massacre in 1988.
29 years ago in these days, the Iranian regime was preparing itself for the largest massacre of political prisoners in contemporary history. In a matter of a few months, they massacred 30,000 political prisoners and buried them in mass graves.
Iran-Maryam Rajavi’s message to the conference in Italy on International Measures to Do Justice to Victims of the 1988 Massacre
Khomeini issued a religious edict (fatwa) according to which all prisoners who continued to insist on their support for the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran had to be executed.
Subsequently, death commissions were set up in Tehran and other cities and provinces to run the regime’s killing machine. Some members of these death commissions continue to hold key positions in the clerical regime. Rouhani’s Justice Minister used to be a member of the death commission.
The international community’s silence and inaction on this crime against humanity has allowed the mullahs to continue their crimes with impunity. Today, under the mullahs’ rule, Iran has the world’s highest record of per capita executions.
For years, there was a red line on speaking about the masterminds and perpetrators of this massacre in Iran. Over the past year, an extensive movement for justice emerged in Iran. The movement seeking justice for the victims of the 1988 massacre, shattered the mullahs’ silence on the 1988 massacre and rapidly grew and continues to spread throughout the society, shaking up the dictatorial regime in its entirety.
Iran-Maryam Rajavi’s message to the conference in Italy on International Measures to Do Justice to Victims of the 1988 Massacre
The time has come for the international community to take action. I call on human rights organizations to undertake the necessary measures to prosecute the perpetrators of this crime.
I urge members of the Italian parliament to strongly condemn the massacre of political prisoners in Iran in solidarity with the Iranian people. I call on them to urge the government of Italy to interdict political and commercial relations with the religious tyranny, or at least make them contingent on abolition of the death sentence, repression and torture in Iran.
I also urge the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights to immediately set up an independent committee to investigate the 1988 massacre and subsequently put the officials in charge before justice. I urge the distinguished members of parliament and human rights advocates to follow up this issue through the government of Italy and directly with the High Commissioner on Refugees.
Thank you for giving me this opportunity.


Glorious Epics – the story of young women executed in Iran, what happened in jails during 1988Massacare?

Untold story of Mahmood Hassani one of Iran's 30,000 political prisoners executed in summer of 1988

1988Massacre-The Tale of Red Roses a shocking video

June 20 1981-Beginning of the Iranian people's resistance for freedom

Who is the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK)


The 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran and the nuclear deal

Memorial of mathers:Homa Dashti,Mehri Jannatpoor,Ashraf Talebzadeh,Remarks by Dr. Mohammad Maleki at funeral

Maryam Rajavi’s message to the Berlin gathering Commemorating victims of the 1988 massacre Aguest 29, 2015

On the 27th anniversary of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, let us commemorate the heroes and heroines who are the shining symbols of perseverance against religious fascism.
In 1988, following his acceptance of the ceasefire in the Iran-Iraq war, Khomeini issued a fatwa to massacre groups after groups of PMOI and other political prisoners, because they refused to surrender to the religious dictatorship. They remained steadfast and dedicated a remarkable chapter to the annals of Iran’s history.
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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Iran nuclear deal-An economic constriction plan to restrain Iran's regime

An article published in the Washington Post by Juan Zarate and Chip Poncy highlights that the U.S. needs to be fully aware of the risks surrounding the nuclear deal with the regime in Iran if it is adopted and warns: “These risks should not be accepted as an unavoidable cost of the deal.”
One major risk is that the regime will end up with access to greater financial resources – billions of dollars – that will likely fund terrorist activities outside Iran
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Iran news in brief, 28 August 2015

Friday, August 28, 2015

Iran-Maryam Rajavi's twitter today-Maryam Rajavi's condolences to Behrooz Alikhani family

After the execution of political prisoner Behrooz Alikhani Mrs. Maryam Rajavi condolences to his family

My condolences to brave family of Behrouz Alkhani and people of Kurdistan of Iran for his execution after 6 years of incarceration and torture.

I call on international community and the UN to condemn the wave of executions in #Iran that is continuing unabated

I call on all my compatriots especially Kurdish youths to rise in support of families of those executed and political prisoners in

USA_NCRI_Top recent articles on Iran nuclear deal-Iranian regime’s “moderates” and the nuke deal

Iran: How are secret deals with Tehran justified?

In its aftermath, the nuclear deal hammered out between P5+1 and the Iranian regime continues to occupy the headlines. Iranian regime Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry are busy trying to sell the deal at home and earn the consent of its domestic and foreign critics. Meanwhile, the secret deals that have been struck between the relevant parties continue to elude public opinion
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deal’s upside-down logic

Obama administrations nuclear peace plan will a provoke Middle Eastern arms race
The following is an article written Anne R. Pierce published in USA Today on Tuesday, August 25th, 2015. Anne R. Pierce is author of “Woodrow Wilson & Harry Truman: Mission and Power in American Foreign Policy”.
When do peace plans make war more likely? When does respect for adversaries increase their disrespect for us? When does “non-proliferation” lead to a build-up of arms? When does compromise become capitulation? When does diplomacy for the sake of peace enable aggressors, human rights violators and sponsors of terror instead of rein them in?
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It's wrong to let Iran regime “self-inspect” - dissident

Alireza Jafarzadeh
Newly revealed side deals that allow the regime in Iran to inspect one of its own nuclear sites is tantamount to letting a murderer investigate his own crime scene, said Alireza Jafarzadeh, deputy director of the U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
In recent days, the Associated Press reported that unrevealed side deals between the Iranian regime and the International Atomic Energy Agency, or IAEA, allow Tehran to conduct its own inspections on a critical facility thought to be involved in the creation of nuclear weapons

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ranian regime’s “moderates” and the nuke deal

Hassan Rouhani is nothing but another Khomeini protege
 The following is an article written by Majid Sadeghpour, a political director of the Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC-US), and published in The Hill on Monday, August 24th:
“I think we all share a simple, basic premise, which is that the United States must not allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. A nuclear-armed Iran would threaten our national security,” so said Sen. Christopher Coons (D-Del.), adding that he would support the nuclear deal struck between the P5+1 and Iran, “only if I’m convinced it sufficiently freezes every Iranian pathway to a nuclear weapon.” He could not have said it any better
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Biggest problem with Iran deal may be one we haven’t even talked about

P5+1 negotiations with Iran
The following is an article written by Jonathan Greenberg in The Hill on Tuesday, August 26th, 2015. Greenberg is an ordained Reform rabbi and the senior vice president of the Salomon Center for American Jewish Thought.:
Since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was released four weeks ago, one of the provisions that has gotten the least attention has been the so-called “grandfather clause.” The accusation has been made, with which I and many others agree, that the text of the deal obviates any implementation of “snap-back” of sanctions by exempting existing contracts from re-imposition of penalties. So once the initial flood of business washes ashore in Iran – once those initial contracts are signed – “snap-back,” even if you could get others to agree to it, wouldn’t do any significant damage
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Iran nuclear deal could become a perennial cliffhanger

he following is an article written by Paul Richter in The Los Angeles Times on Monday, August 24th:
The expected showdown in Congress next month over the administration’s nuclear deal with Iran is only the first in a series of challenges that could leave the fate of the historic agreement uncertain for years and blemish President Obama’s most ambitious foreign policy effort
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Iran news in brief,Iran regime continues spate of execution

Following the July 14th P5+1 nuclear agreement with Iran the mullahs have been increasing the number of executions, caring less about human rights

Iran news in brief, 27 August 2015 
Iran regime executes Kurdish political prisoner Behrouz Alkhani
Iran student sentenced to 15 years for insulting Khamenei

NCRI - Iran's fundamentalist regime on Thursday hanged a man in the central prison of Sanandaj, western Iran

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Iran news in brief, 26 August 2015

Homeless pregnant women forced to sell unborn babies at $585 out of poverty
UN expected cost on Iran nuke monitoring: $10.5 million per year
45 percent of prisoners in Iran have not been convicted – official

IRAN-Iranian people are fury of daily executions in Iran-a full report of outcoming of the execution of Behrouz Alikhani

A kurdish sung for Behroz

As the Amnesty International has reported the number of executions in Iran in 2015 so far reach to 700 prisoner and 2000  executions under Rouhani's watch,

yesterday August 26th from the early morning hour families, relatives of executed Kurdish political prisoner protest  Behruz Alkhani rallied outside Urumieh Central Prison (northwestern Iran). A large number of people from the village where Alkhani grew up also took part in this rally.
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Iran regime brutally executed political prisoner Behrouz Alkhani

The Iranian Resistance offers its condolences to the family and friends of Kurdish political prisoner Behrouz Alkhani and to the Kurdish people for his criminal execution and calls on all compatriots, especially the youth throughout the country, to rise up against these cruel executions, especially the execution of the political prisoners, and to support the families of those executed and the families of the political prisoners.
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Despite all the pressures and repression on  Behruz Alkhani relatives  today August 27th residents of the town of Holear, northwester Iran, will hold a gathering to protest the criminal execution of the young Salmas residents Behruz Alkhani.
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Amnesty International has condemned the execution on Wednesday of Iranian Kurdish dissident Behrouz Alkhani in a prison in the city of Orumiuh, western Iran.
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IRAN-IRAQ-Time to see Iranian regime’s “activities” against Camp Liberty residents

By: Keyvan Salami-Published for Los Angeles, California ( Aug. 26, 2015)

Speaking, recently, at a press conference white house spokesman, John Kirby, , promised  that  nobody would close eyes on Iran’s other activities  from supporting the  terrorist groups to the blatant violations of human rights. To assist achieving this goal let us bring into attention some of other activities of the Iranian regime

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

IRAN-execution of political prisoner, Behrouz Alikhani, the first Rouhani's gift to the British foreign minister after his trip toTehran

The main flaw of the policy of appeasement and #IranDeal is the silence on #HumanRights abuse in #Iran  and mullahs' hegemonic goals in the region. And encouraging the brutal regime for more repression.
Since Rouhani took power as a president in Iran so far 2000 prisoner had been executed.
Acording to Amnesty International, Iran has already carried out more than 700 executions in Iran so far this year.

Despite of the activities and campaign to halt the execution of political prisoner, Behrouz Alikhani, in early this morning  August 26th the anti-human clerical regime in Iran has executed him. Behrouz was 30-year-old from Iran’s Kurdish minority.

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Iran news in brief, 25 August 2015

Camp Liberty: Eight patients with eye surgery and ear treatment obstructed from going to hospital
Workers rally over their rights, wages in Iran
Iranian regime acknowledges widespread closure of in

Iran-poverty and disaster are Rouhani's Gift for Iranian people

Under Rouhani's Government Iranian people are living Below the poverty line

Homeless pregnant women forced to sell unborn babies at $585 out of poverty
NCRI – Some pregnant women living rough on the streets of Tehran are forced to sell their unborn babies in advance out of sheer poverty and destitution, an official of the mullahs’ regime in Iran has acknowledged
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Thousands of homeless women and children sleep on the streets of Iran

Homeless women and street children live in dire conditions where they survive in abandoned buildings, containers, automobiles, parks, or even on the street itself
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Iranian regime acknowledges widespread closure of industry and staggering youth unemployment
Regime’s head of chamber of commerce: economic problems not due to sanctions which have just 20% to 25% effect
NCRI - The policies of the religious fascism ruling Iran keep destroying Iran’s economy with every passing day with unemployment, poverty and inflation indexes increasing
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Appalling school conditions in Iran’s Sistan & Baluchistan Province while billions are spent to keep Syria’s dictator in power

Image report

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Iran human rights record : 120k executed and growing (Animated video)

This animated video honors the memory of 120,000 men and women who sacrificed their lives in the struggle for democracy and freedom in Iran during the mullahs rule.
And the struggle continues...

Iran- Iran's latest news- uprising in all cities

Workers from the Sarcheshmeh copper production complex in Rafsanjan hold protestWorkers rally over their rights, wages in Iran

Workers in cities across Iran last week held a series of anti-regime protests over their unfair economic situation, demanding overdue wages and proper insurance
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More than 500 on hunger strike in new Iran prison
A protest erupted this week in Tehran’s new central prison over sub-human living conditions

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Mohammad Ali Taheri and his mother Ezzatolmoluk
Political prisoner Mohammad-Ali Taheri who has been in prison for four years, has been condemned to death on the mullahs’ fabricated charge of “corruption on earth by misleading people” while he had been previously condemned to five years in prison and a fine of 9 billion Rials plus 74 lashes for ludicrous charges such as “insulting the sanctities; illicit usage of scientific titles (doctor and engineer); writing misleading books and articles” (Mizan News Agency, affiliated with regime’s judiciary - July 29).
And now, as Mr. Taheri’s prison term is coming to an end, the regime’s henchmen have retried and condemned him to death
Mother of Mohammad Ali Taheri: my child on hunger strike for 8 days
Ezzatolmoluk Taheri, the mother of Mohammad Ali Taheri, said her son has been on hunger strike since August 13
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Atena Daemi, a child rights activist sentenced to 14 yrs behind bars by Iran mullahs
IRGC responsible for my daughter’s life, mother says
The mother of Atena Daemi, an imprisoned activist, wrote a short letter about her daughter’s conditions in detention emphasizing the Revolutionary Guards is responsible for her daughter’s deteriorating conditions
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Ayatollah Kazemeini Borujerdi held in Tehran notorious Evin Prison
political prisoner Ayatollah Kazemeini Borujerdi in dire conditions
According to reports received from inside Iran, the conditions of Ayatollah Kazemeini Borujerdi held in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison have been seriously deteriorating
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Nargis Mohammadi
Nargis Mohammadi's cundition
This is the third week that human rights advocates have staged a sit-in outside Evin Prison with one request: Release Nargis Mohammadi!
Mrs. Mohammadi, Vice President and spokesperson of the Center of Human Rights Advocates, was arrested on April 21 in Zanjan and transferred to Evin Prison
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Kurdish political prisoner Zeinab Jalalian
female prisoner’s conditions after 8 years behind bars
Kurdish political prisoner Zeinab Jalalian is serving her eighth year behind bars while she has been deprived of any leave and is suffering from chronic illnesses
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Iran-UK-Iraq-Iranian resistant-PMOI-MEK-Struan Stevenson's book: Self-Sacrifice- Life with the Iranian Mojahedin

European Parliament for Scotland from 1999-2014 who became an active supporter of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, while the West had them listed as a terrorist organization. Struan Stevenson soon realized that the Iranian regime was spending a great deal of time and resources aimed at keeping the PMOI on international terrorist blacklists when he decided to expose Iranian regime's propaganda machine. As difficult as it was Mr. Stevenson helped the successful campaign to have the PMOI removed from the US, UK and EU terrorist blacklists. Despite threats to him and his family and warnings even from his own government, he was able to persuade others to be the voice of justice for the Iranian Mojahedin, prominent personalities such as Paulo Casaca former Member of the European Parliament for Portugal until 1999-2009 and Alejo Vidal-Quadras, Vice-Presidents of the European Parliament. I had the honor and opportunity to talk to Mr. Stevenson about his recent book called: SELF-SACRIFICE - Life with the Iranian Mojahedin in which he recounts the moment he made his decision to defend the rights of Iranian Mojahedin
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#1998iranmassacre-Untold story of Mahmood Hassani one of Iran's 30,000 political prisoners executed in summer of 1988

Radio Irava with Sara Hassani Canadian PHD student and researcher. Aug.16,2015.

The summer of 1988 is truly the darkest times in modern Iranian history. Some 30,000 political prisoners were executed under the direct and written order or Fatwa of Ayatollah Khomeini. The massacre is described as a political purge without precedent in modern Iranian history, both in terms of scope and cover up. Many of the prisoners were serving their prison terms and many were near the end of their sentences and were supposed to be freed. The massacre of political prisoners lasted a few weeks and their lifeless bodies were left inside unmarked mass graves in different cities and towns.
The majority of the victims belonged to the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran or PMOI. Number of individuals who belonged to lefties and other groups were also executed. The PMOI exposed this political genocide for the first time in the same year just a few months after the massacre.
Every year the Iranian dissidents around the world commemorate those brave souls for they were taken from somebody's parents, sister, brother, son and daughter, aunt, uncle, classmate, colleague or teacher....
My guest today is Sara Hassani whose uncle Mahmood was executed during 1988 massacre. Sara is a PhD student in Politics who studies middle eastern resistance and self-sacrifice. Sara is a Canadian of Iranian descent and never met her uncle, but as you will hear, you would agree with me that how much Mahmood Hassani's life and death has affected his niece's view of the world around her.

Monday, August 24, 2015

Iran -Iran news in brief, 24 August 2015

Rouhani’s emphasis on violating Security Council resolution, purchasing and building missiles and weapons, and sending weapons to regime’s proxies

IRAN-IRAQ--latest news about Camp Liberty

Eight patients with eye surgery and ear treatment obstructed from going to hospital

iran-iRAQ-Camp Liberty

iran-iRAQ-Camp Liberty


On Aug 19, 2015

United Nations institutions have a moral and legal obligation to protect members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK), facing a siege in Camp Liberty in Iraq, a member of the UN Human Rights Council’s advisory board has said. Professor Jean Ziegler, member of the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee, addressed a side event at the UN headquarters in Genev


Iran-NCRI-top Iran nuclear latest news

I think  now is the time to intensify on the Iran's regime #no2rouhani #no2appeasement with #Iran #dictatorship yes2 regime change in Iran.

The history tells us trusting the Iran regime is a delusion. But did western powers listen to it? or will listen?

Here is the title of  some articles and news about it :

Future risks of an Iran nuclear deal - NY Times

IRGC Brigadier General Hoseini Tash, a senior official involved in bomb-making, is tasked to prevent disclosure of Parchin’s secrets

 Nuclear inspectors

NCRI- statment Rouhani’s emphasis on violating Security Council resolution, purchasing and building missiles and weapons, and sending weapons to regime’s proxies

Sunday, August 23, 2015

USA-OBAMA-Iran-Iran Deal-Why Obama’s Wrong: Iran Deal Would Make War More Likely

Want to avoid boots on the ground- Then dont support Iran deal.

Want to avoid boots on the ground- Then dont support Iran deal.

Iran news in brief,Iran nuclear crisis

Iran news in brief, 22 August 2015

Hundreds of thousands of girls under 15 forced into marriage in past decade
Dissident: Ultimate solution to Iran nuclear crisis is tied to death of theocratic regime

IRAN-NCRI-UK- Why is the BritishEmbessy sogreedy for appeaising the murderer mullahs?

 Mr.Philip Hammond, the British foreign minister is visiting Tehran to reopening the British Embassy.

Britain's embassy in Iran

The leaders of the clerical regime, including Khomeini, Khamenei, Hashemi, Rafsanjani, Mohammad Khatami, Ahmadinejad and,Rouhani and other senior ministers and officials have played a direct role at the time of 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.

AT the same time BBC  TV by broadcasting lies became the sounds of the  murderer mullahs

caricator of Rouhani and BBC

I totally agree whit NCRI statement that says:
 British minister's  visit to Tehran amid mass executions and meeting whit officials responsible for 120.000 political executions encourages more executions and betrays human rights and democratic values.

I also agree whit this article from Telegraph ;
Iran's ayatollahs will never be friends of the UK-

 Iranian people are fed up with the policy of appeasement and silence on Human Rights abuse in Iran
We call stop it! change the wrong  side  be with Iranian people choose regime change.

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