Sunday, January 7, 2018

Iran Protest-MaryamRajavi’s messages


 Maryam Rajavi Calls on U.N. for Urgent Action to Secure Release of Detainees in the Nationwide Uprising

Opening fire on demonstrators, mass arrests, and torture to death are examples of crime against humanity

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, called on the UN Secretary General, Security Council, member states and High Commissioner on Human Rights as well as other relevant international organizations to take urgent actions to have those arrested during the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising immediately released and determine the statuses of the disappeared.

Opening fire on demonstrators, mass arrests, and torturing prisoners to death – as practiced these days by the clerical regime’s henchmen in various Iranian cities – are indisputable examples of crime against humanity and demand urgent action by the international community. Maintaining silence over these crimes emboldens the religious fascism ruling Iran in continuing its crimes.

In the first two weeks of the nationwide uprising of the people of Iran, at least 8000 protesters were arrested by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and suppressive forces. A large number of them have disappeared and there is no news available on them. 90 per cent of those arrested are under 25 years of age and 35 per cent of them are high school students. A number of these prisoners have been killed under torture in Tehran and other cities including Arak, Sanandaj and Zanjan.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran January 18, 2018

Maryam Rajavi's Response to the Iranian Protests
Maryam Rajavi's Response to the Iranian Protests

The president-elect of the Iranian Resistance has written a powerful piece for the Wall Street Journal explaining why the current wave of protests in Iran are completely different from the 2009 protests about the rigged re-election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Maryam Rajavi, the leader of Iranian opposition coalition the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), wrote: “Then, the cause was a rift within the regime. Now, the people are demanding an end to the regime.”

The current protests, which began over a sharp increase in the cost of living in late December, have turned into widespread demonstrations for the end of the corrupt clerical regime and spread far further than the 2009 protests ever did and show the international community that the Regime is on borrowed time.

Maryam Rajavi explained: “The clerical regime stands on shaky ground, and the Iranian people are unwavering in their quest to bring it down. Slogans against velayat-e faqih, or absolute clerical rule, called for a real republic and explicitly targeted the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani. This dispels the myth, still harboured by some governments that Iranians distinguish between moderates and hard-liners in Tehran. It also undercuts flawed arguments depicting a stable regime.”
Millions of Iranians live in poverty but the Regime is doing nothing to help. Instead, they are spending $100 billion to prop up the Syrian Regime and support terrorist groups like Hezbollah and Hamas instead.

The regime’s latest budget allocates over $26.8 billion to military and security affairs and the export of terrorism in addition to the $27.5 billion in military spending from institutions controlled by Khamenei and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). By comparison, the healthcare budget is just $16.3 billion.

Maryam Rajavi wrote: “Weak and vulnerable, the regime spends such astronomical sums on regional meddling as part of its strategy for survival.”

The Iranian protesters have been chanting “Death to Hezbollah” and “Leave Syria, think about us instead”, proving that they oppose the Regime’s deadly destruction of the Middle East, especially at the expense of their own people.
It is also worth noting that the Regime’s corruption is widespread and well known. That is why there are no illusions of internal reform from the protesters; simply, the Regime must go.

Maryam Rajavi wrote: “This systemic economic mismanagement has its roots in the political system, and it grows worse every day. That is why the demand for regime change surfaced almost immediately. It seems to be the only conceivable outcome.”

Much bigger than 2009

Not only are the current protests much wider spread geographically, they are also much wider spread in terms of demographics. Rather than being made up of mainly middle and upper-class Iranians, these ones are made up of people from every class, ethnicity, religion, and gender.

Maryam Rajavi wrote: “The recent demonstrations span a much broader swath of the population—the middle class, the underprivileged, workers, students, women and young people. Nearly all of society has been represented on the picket line.”

Iran Protest-MaryamRajavi’s messages
The part of the Message:
1.To recognize the Iranian people’s legitimate right to topple the ruling religious fascism and establish freedom and popular sovereignty;
2.To vehemently condemn and hold the Iranian regime accountable for the slaughter and mass arrests of unarmed, defenseless protesters;
3.To censure disruption of access to internet services and social media and guarantee free access for the general Iranian public to the internet;
4.To sanction the clerical regime for its systematic human rights abuses in Iran, including the massacre in 1988, and the slaughter of participants in the present uprising.
Dear friends, fellow compatriots,
The ongoing uprising in my enchained homeland is a quest for freedom, democracy and equality. It is a movement for social justice; and it is a movement which will carry on until final victory. 
Iran Protest-MaryamRajavi’s messages
Maryam Rajavi: Iranian Protesters Turned the Page on the UN and Security Council’s History on Iran
Maryam Rajavi: Iranian Protesters Turned the Page on the UN and Security Council’s History on Iran
If you persist, the world will stand with you and on your side.
Ending the silence on Iran and shattering a 4-decade-old barrier of appeasement of the regime, the UN Security Council’s meeting on Iran is a product of the Iranian people’s uprising, the sacrifice of its martyrs and the suffering of its captives. The world’s major governments had so far turned a blind eye on brutal suppression of our people and executions of 120,000. Iran’s protesters and youths, however, have in their first step turned the page of the United Nations and Security Council’s history on Iran. This indicates that the young men and women who rose up in the streets of Izeh, Doroud, Tuyserkan, Ghahdarijan, Jouyabad of Isfahan, and 75 other cities can and must turn the darkest page of Iran’s history. 
As the Iranian Resistance’s Leader, Massoud Rajavi, said, “If you persist, the world will stand with you and on your side.”

Maryam Rajavi:
Maryam Rajavi:I Urge My Compatriots to Join the Nationwide Quest for Freedom
Thousands of salutes to those martyred in Doroud, Tuyserkan, Noorabad, Izeh, Shahinshahr, Ghahdarijan, Homayounshahr and Jouyabad of Isfahan!
Fellow protesters!
Courageous sons and daughters of Iran!
You have brightened up Iran’s cities with the light of struggle for freedom and justice.
Well done! You have shaken the ground under the feet of the mullahs’ rotted regime.
Thousands of salutes to those martyred in Doroud, Tuyserkan, Noorabad, Izeh, Shahinshahr, Ghahdarijan, Homayounshahr and Jouyabad of Isfahan!
You have brought the nation closer to her dreams of 100 years.
You have proven that it is possible to liberate Iran from the yoke of religious dictatorship and theocracy. 
The nations of the Middle East, from Syria to Iraq and Afghanistan, those who have suffered tremendously because of the mullahs’ oppression and their theocratic regime, are praying for your victory. 
The world’s freedom lovers have vested their hopes in you, and the world has heard your voice.
Governments and international organizations have come out one after the other to support and praise you. 
The nation’s martyrs, including the heroes and heroines of the 80s, the political prisoners massacred in 1988, the martyrs of 2009 and the martyrs of Ashraf, have set their sights on you.
You are the children of Sattar Khan , Dr. Mohammad Mossadeq, and Mohammad Hanifnejad . 
And your uprising will revive all of Iran’s honors.
Today, Khamenei and his cohorts take resort in threatening you.
They trumpet their criminal record. 
They mobilize their military forces to counter the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising. 
Their so-called reformist and moderate proxies who have stopped at nothing to provide services to the mullahs’ religious fascism, have now removed their masks and called for suppression of freedom-loving people. 
They grab at any straw to prevent throngs of people from joining your ranks. 
Behind such threats, however, the regime is twisting and turning out of enormous fear.
Despite its hollow show of force, the clerical regime is just a paper tiger and will not withstand your uprising. 
Because you are the decisive power.
You are countless and your numbers grow every day. 
When you get sincerely united and join hands, your solid resolve will overcome any power.
The mullahs think they can contain your upheaval and stop its expansion by blocking the internet services and social media. But they do not know and cannot understand that it is your common pain and suffering that bonds your hearts and spreads the message everywhere. And this is how the cities rise up one after the other. 
I call on all my fellow compatriots to rise up and join the roaring tide of freedom lovers across the country. 
Maryam Rajavi:
My fellow countrymen in Baluchistan, Kurdistan, Azerbaijan and Lorestan,
My dear Bakhtiari, Turkoman and Ghashghaii compatriots, 
Fellow Sunni countrymen, 
Fellow countrymen who inhabit in villages, suburbs and shanty towns across the country, 
This uprising is yours and it is for you.
Your children have risen up and engaged in a decisive battle to turn the darkest page of Iran’s history. Rise to their aid!
Fellow compatriots, my dear sisters and brothers, 
Do not abandon the protesters, and the army of deprived and plundered people. Do not leave them alone in the streets. Now is the time for workers, farmers, Bazaar merchants, government employees, teachers, physicians, nurses, university professors, and all social sectors to support them. This is an uprising that belongs to the freedom-loving but enchained people of Iran.
Do not lose any opportunity to support and join the courageous women and men who fight on the streets and risk the dangers. 
Stage sit-ins and strikes anywhere you can, in the factories and offices and at every work place, so that the world will see the general public's protest against the mullahs' detested rule in Iran and hear our nation's voice. 
As Massoud Rajavi said, “Iran and its enchained people have risen up and the dawn is near.” 
His messages, these days, are the best and clearest practical guidelines.
The uprising you launched, is an uprising for freedom, democracy, equality, and separation of religion and state;
This is an uprising for social justice;
And this is a movement that will carry on until final victory.
God bless you,
Long live freedom!
Maryam Rajavi:
Maryam Rajvi's Call for Uprising and Fearful Admission of Iran Regime's Official to PMOI/MEK's Leading Role
On Monday January 1, 2017. Mohammad Ali Asoudi, the senior consultant to Khamenei’s representative in the Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), in an interview with the state run ‘Daneshjou’ press agency stated:
“Concerning the recent unrest and events in some cities in the country… those who have rightful demands, should not take to streets, since these rallies are being abused and some insurgents destroy the public property!”
The Senior IRGC commander further added: “regarding the presence of the members and affiliates of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran in these riots, it is notable that when Maryam Rajavi officially sends a message and calls everyone to take into scene, it is evident that they (PMOI/MEK) members and supporters are in the front row.

Fox News: In Iran, 'death to the dictator!' Anti-regime street protests grow, demanding democracy and freedom Fox News- 30 December 2017
Fox News: In Iran, 'death to the dictator!' Anti-regime street protests grow, demanding democracy and freedom Fox News- 30 December 2017
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