A Commitment To Replace The Mullahs’ Regime With A Democratic Alternative
What do you know about the Free Iran Gathering?
As a solidarity gesture on June 30 in Paris, a large gathering of Iranian expatriates dubbed “Free Iran” and organized by supporters of the Iranian resistance, will give priority to exposing the sufferings of Iranian people to the world.
Advocates of freedom and human rights who seek a world free from any kind of suppression cannot rest at ease keeping in mind the sufferings of the Iranian people under the clerical regime’s rule.
Considering the many stories told of inhumane treatment of political opponents and prisoners in Iran, we all can respect those super-brave men and women who took to the streets in more than 140 cities throughout Iran at the end of 2017 and called for regime change.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), the democratic alternative to the Mullahs’ regime, is the most organized Iranian group that struggles to replace the clerical rule with a democratic alternative based on the principle of separation of religion and state.
This democratic alternative is led by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, who enjoys broad support among the Iranian people as well as western parliamentarians.
All who care about peace and freedom, should be committed to supporting Iran’s democratic alternative. And, they will be gathering in Paris on June 30 to stand up for solidarity with those who, on daily basis, endanger their lives bravely for freedom, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law calling for an end to the religious dictatorship in Iran.
Over the past few months, significant changes have taken place in Iran. People have risen in cities across the country against the regime. Now more than ever, the opportunity exists to bring about an end to this regime.
With National Council of Resistance of Iran, under the leadership of Maryam Rajavi, and with her 10-point plan, as a platform for a free Iran, there is a real hope and prospect for a democratic government in Iran
The people in the region also hope that Iran will turn into a democratic country soon with its influential alternative to the clerical regime.
Many are keen to partake on June 30’s gathering, the event in which the people of Iran and representatives of democratic countries in the world are united to support the movement towards a democratic state.
The June 30 gathering will express the will to move on for a much better future for Iran and the whole Middle East.
So today, not only in Iran, but throughout the world, there are Iranians waiting to see a free Iran and to return to their homeland that is overtaken by an inhuman regime. Many are now waiting to meet hundreds of thousands of people who will gather in Paris to join Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and support her democratic agenda.