The activities of the resistance units in different cities of Iran
The activities of resistance units and their re-pledging with 30000 red roses massacred in 1988, continues in Iranian cities.
In an international conference, on the 30th anniversary of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran, the Iranian communities in Europe and North America, marked these heroes.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, delivering a speech at the conference said:
Today, those massacred heroes are not physically among us. The locations of their graves are not known and the list of their names is a secret. Speaking of their stories is forbidden and inquiring about their fate is a crime. Their song, however, continues to resonate in our hearts and minds.
According to the information compiled and published by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran(PMOI/MEK) in a book entitled, Crime against Humanity, our sisters and brothers were executed in 110 Iranian cities in a matter of a few months in 1988.
Now, those fameless towns have turned into hubs of uprisings, and those subdued cities have turned into hotbeds of revolt.
People still remember the heroes who were hanged here and there from the gallows. They remember their cause and why they sacrificed their lives, and why they persevered in defending their principles to the end.
Without doubt, they had a message by repeating this most forbidden name of our time. Their message to the generations succeeding them was: O’ you, the young men and women, who hear our unfinished stories, you should undertake the path and the cause of Massoud Rajavi!
Thirty years on, the dispute continues to be over adherence to this ideal and resisting for it, an ideal which is today being espoused by the resistance units inside Iran.
I explained that such an alternative requires, among others, an organization and a leadership; it needs to make sacrifice and pay the price; it needs to have clear demarcations with dictatorship, subordination and dependency; it also needs to have a clear platform for the establishment of a republic based on separation of religion and state, gender equality, and abolition of the death penalty.
It also needs to wage an unrelenting campaign by selfless supporters of this Resistance to defend Iran’s freedom.
Putting up posters of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi and the martyrs of the 1988 massacre, in Tehran.
Members of the resistance unit 1000 put up a poster of Maryam Rajavi in Tehran; “The only democratic alternative” written on it.
Another resistance unit marked the anniversary of 30,000 massacred political prisoners, in 1988, by putting up some posters at the bus stations.
Khuzestan, posting banner on the event of 1988 massacre
A resistance unit in Khuzestan posted a banner with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi’s remark on it, “Mojahedin and combatants who were massacred in 1988, walked to the gallows to evince honor for the Iranian people in one of the darkest eras in their history.”
Graffiti’s in Abadan and Ardebi-Ustara Rd.
Members of a resistance unit in Ardabil-Astara Rd. wrote slogans on the traffic signs. Their slogans read: “Death to Khamenei”, “Death to Rouhani”, “Down with the principal of the Velayat-e-faqih”, and “fire vs fire”
Members of another resistance unit in Abadan, South-west Iran, marked the 30th anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, with writing slogans on the walls, reading: “The anniversary of the 1988 massacre, we neither forget nor forgive”.