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Iranian's Grand Gathering-

No. 2

While taking grave risks, political prisoners from all over the country, in various messages declared their solidarity with the grand gathering of Iranians in Paris on the first of July, calling on the Iranian diaspora to take part in it.

Political prisoners in Gohardasht, Karaj, Evin prison and Tehran central prison in a joint message under the title "A smaller Iran at Villepinte" wrote:

Resistance Grand Gathering - No. 1

As we approach the grand gathering of Resistance in Paris, widespread activities by supporters of the PMOI and Iranian Resistance, such as writing slogans, installing photographs and posters, distributing leaflets and brochures in support of the gathering, are conducted in various districts of Tehran and major cities such as:

By Mahmoud Hakamian

For the Iranian regime, staying power means oppressing all voices that challenge their rule, particularly the human rights abuses and strict laws on everything from who you can socialize with to how you dress in public. Yet, one group has been the main focus of the regime’s efforts to suppress and undermine their voice in support of a free Iran. That group is the MEK.

By Jubin Katiraie

A major gathering is being held at the Villepinte Exhibition Center outside of Paris, France. The gathering is focused on Iran policy and at the center of the case is the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran.The People’s Mojahedin is also known by its Persian name, Mojahedin-e Khalq or MEK and it is the main constituent group in the National Council of Resistance of Iran,

NCRI - A group of political prisoners of Gohardasht, Evin, and Tehran Central Prisons, in a letter, announced their support to the grand gathering of the Iranian Resistance which is going to be held in Vilpant, Paris on July 1, 2017.

The following is their statement:

"A small Iran in Paris -Villepinte"

"Following the gathering, those foreign participants might have different motivations.

Over 100,000 dignitaries, politicians and activists will gather in Paris this Saturday to support the Iranian people and their call for regime change in Iran at the Free Iran rally.

The annual rally, organised by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), has attracted supporters of the Resistance from around the world, as far afield as Saudi royalty, US lawmakers, and European national security experts.

Statement by 265 members of European parliament, including 4 vice-presidents and 23 chairs of various commissions and delegations, condemns human rights violations in Iran on the eve of the Iranian Resistance grand gathering in Paris and calls for formation of a commission of inquiry to investigate the massacre of political prisoners in Iran and bring the perpetrators of the crimes against humanity to the International Court of Justice.

Several hundred European parliamentarians and dignitaries from two dozen countries will attend the #FreeIran grand gathering in Paris on July 1. The event is also expected to attract tens of thousands of Iranian expatriates and their supporters. The participants will condemn the ongoing human rights violations in Iran, as well as Tehran’s meddlesome role in the conflict-torn region.

Written by Mahmoud Hakamian

  Published: 24 June 2017

During the summer of 1988 in Iran, some 30,000 political prisoners, the majority of whom were MEK members or sympathizers, were executed. The year is the 29th anniversary of the 1988 massacre.
Last summer, an audio tape was published by the son of Hossein-Ali Montazeri. August 9, 2016, the recording was heard for the first time,

Sunday June 25, 2017. On the occasion of  Eid al-Fitr and the conclusion of the Holy month of Ramadan, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi the president elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran sent a message to Muslims all over the world, particularly the people of Iran. the following is the full text.

Congratulations for Eid al-Fitr and the conclusion of the Holy month of Ramadan to Muslims all over the world, particularly the people of Iran wherever they are.