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By Donya Jam

On July 1st thousands of Iranians will gather in Paris to support the movement to obtain freedom and democracy for their homeland. The convention is organized each year by the Iranian opposition movement (PMOI/MEK). Iranian youth especially look forward to this event as it’s a time to come together and support human rights.

Too often we hear about the arrests, ill-treatment, and executions of Iran’s youth population.

NCRI - Following two recent terrorists attacks in the United Kingdom, people are on edge and other countries in Europe are nervous. There has been a huge outpouring of solidarity, but it must be remembered that the people of Britain and the rest of Europe must be vigilant. Wrote Antonio Stango is President of the Italian League of Human Rights in ‘ Vocaleurope’ on June 16, 2017, the following are excerpts from this article.

The Media Express, 15 Jun 2017- The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI ) President-elect Maryam Rajavi recently spoke at a gathering entitled “Interfaith Solidarity Against Extremism”. The meeting included a number of prominent personalities from Arab countries and the Muslim community in France and was held on June 3, during the holy month of Ramadan.

NCRI - French MP Dominique Lefevre delivered a speech at a recent gathering held in Paris with Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi taking part and delivering a speech.

“I want to tell you, my friends in the Iranian Resistance and my Syrian friends why I’m here. Our country, France, and other European states are being attacked by terrorism under the banner of Islam. This phenomenon has targeted France in January and November 2015, July 2016 and more recently in Paris. And the last terrorist attack ISIS has claimed responsibility for was in Manchester, being an attack with a far more horrific message than previous counts,” he said.

NCRI - On Saturday, June 3, a gathering was held in Paris to mark the holy month of Ramadan, with Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi and a large number of political and religious dignitaries taking part from various Islamic countries and institutions.

The participants all condemned Iran’s meddling in regional neighbors, its fundamentalist and terrorism under the banner of Islam, and describing these measures, especially those by of the Revolutionary Guards and Iranian regime in killing the Syrian people as the main element behind the Middle East’s crises.


Activists of the Iranian opposition in various Iranian cities have launched a daring campaign to show the world the extent to which the people of Iran support the Iranian Resistance's annual Iran Freedom rally in Paris.

Supporters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) have filmed and photographed themselves holding up photographs of Iranian Resistance President-elect Mrs Maryam Rajavi and slogans in support of the 'Free Iran' rally.


Maryam Rajavi and a number of prominent personalities from Arab countries and the Muslim community in France took part in a gathering in Auvers-sur-Oise on the occasion of the Holy month of Ramadan. The meeting was entitled, “Interfaith Solidarity Against Extremism.”
The participants initially visited a photo exhibition entitled, “Carnage and massacre, from Iran to Syria.” Photos of the resistance’s martyrs in Iran and Syria as well as images from popular demonstrations in Syria against the Assad regime were on display.

by Shahram Ahmadi Nasab Emran The Arab Islamic American Summit held in Riyadh marks a historic initiative against Islamic extremism. Since the mullahs’ regime in Iran is the leading state-sponsor of terrorism in the world, no effort to fight terrorism stands a chance without addressing Iran and its numerous proxies. The Iranian people and their organized resistance movement has for long taken this responsibility and lead the fight against the greatest source of terrorism in the world.

by Hassan Mahmoudi

In the wake of Iran's 12th presidential election on May 19, 2017, there were protests in Iran.  But they went much farther than just the home country.  Canadians held simultaneous protests in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Vancouver to denounce the sham election and the mullahs' ongoing violations of human rights in Iran.

In a brief commentary, Shahin Gobadi, a member of Foreign Affairs Committee of The National Council of resistance of Iran provided the following perspective on the clerical regime’s sham presidential election from various aspects and its fallout.