1988 Massacre : 30th anniversary of the massacre of the 30.000 political prisoners in Iran

1988 Massacre

The nationwide popular uprisings today, are the continuation of the aspirations and paths of those fallen for freedom in 1988. Those who said ‘no!’ to the henchmen and sacrificed their lives for freedom in Iran.
The Iran protests derive from deep roots within such sacrifices, and now, intertwined with the Iranian resistance, the chimes for regime change have been rung. The roots of the nationwide uprisings and its prospects will be discussed in this international conference.
The conference, which will bring together thousands of Iranians in Europe and North America for the first time  online, is part of the international campaign seeking justice for the victims of the massacre. A campaign which was launched two years ago with a call by Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the NCRI, and demands an independent inquiry by the UN into the massacre, putting an end to the impunity of the perpetrators of the 1988 massacreA massacre which has been highlighted by human rights NGOs, experts and defenders, as one of the worst crimes against humanity since World War II.
Perpetrators of this massacre are now among the highest officials in the regime and are directly involved in suppressing the uprising.
Thousands from across the Iranian diaspora and representatives of Iranian Associations, along with prominent international social and political personalities will gather in Paris, London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Rome, Oslo, Brussels, Bern, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Bucharest, Helsinki , Gothenburg, Aarhus, Stuttgart. Survivors and relatives of the massacre will also share their experiences and observations with the participants.
Congressman Patrick Kennedy and a number of European lawmakers, will be among the participants at the Paris conference.
This international gathering of the Iranian communities will begin at 5 pm CEST and 11 am EST and will be broadcasted live in Persian, English, French and Arabic on social network and websites of the Resistance and Iranian communities.
Together we can echo the voice and message of this event!
What you can do:
  • Inform friends, family and activists interested in human rights and Iran Protests of the event.
  • Share the live broadcast of the gathering on social media to better echo the call for justice and democracy in Iran.

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