Iran oppressive Forces Must Be Sanctioned
Iran oppressive Forces Must Be SanctionedThe main opposition to the Iranian regime, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has been calling for support from the international community. It wants to ensure that those in charge of perpetrating attacks on the people are held accountable and it calls on the United States and European Union to sanction the officials in charge. On 30th June, the NCRI will be hosting the annual Free Iran rally in Paris. As with previous years, tens of thousands of Iranians from around the world will be in attendance to hear from officials, dignitaries, lawmakers and politicians from a wide range of countries about how they are supporting the resistance movement and what they are doing in their countries to push for a free and democratic Iran where the people’s human rights are respected.
Iran Regime’s Land Bridge to the Mediterranean Must Be Blocked
As a result of an attack on al-Harra, southeast of the town of Albu Kamal in Syria, there were several deaths and injuries. A Syrian state news agency reported that the US-led coalition had bombed the area, It was reported that dozens of Iranian-backed Shi’ite Kata’ib Hezbollah members were killed or injured. Prominent politicians, human rights activists and dignitaries from a wide range of countries will address the audience and discuss the latest developments in the quest for a free Iran
5000 Iranians arrested in January’s protests. 30 women jailed for protesting the hijab. Hundreds of Sufi dervishes, dozens of environmentalists, 400 Ahwazis, 30 Isfahan farmers – all imprisoned by #Iran’s criminal regime. Iranian people deserve respect for their human rights
Top GOPers ask Trump admin. to put Iran back on FATF blacklist
A group of senior Republican lawmakers in US Congress have asked the administration of President Donald Trump to add Iran back on the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)’s blacklist and reverse one of the key agreements that paved the way for the 2015 nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and major world powers. Including through consideration of a general license for the ‘conversion of two non-USD currencies through the limited use of the USD as an intermediate currency,'” the lawmakers wrote in the letter.