Protests by the exiled Iranians, MEK and NCRI supporters across the world
Exiled Iranians, supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), held protests in London, Vienna, Hamburg and Geneva in solidarity with the nationwide Iran protests.
On Friday, exiled Iranians, supporters of the MEK and NCRI in London, United Kingdom, held a protest in front of the UK Prime Minister’s office, at 10 Downing street. Protestors supported the Iranian protesters and Iran protests via chanting slogans and holding banners. They urged the British government and the international community to support the Iranian people’s desire to achieve freedom and democracy.
Also on Friday, December 6, exiled Iranians, supporters of the MEK and NCRI in Geneva, Switzerland, , organized a photo exhibition of Iran protests and the 1988 massacre martyrs in front of the United Nations European Headquarters and commemorated these martyrs.
The participants condemned the regime’s crackdown on Iran protests and the detention and torture of young protesters. They said the regime’s authorities should be held accountable for their crime against humanity.
Exiled Iranians, MEK and NCRI supporters in Geneva also urged the Switzerland’s government to take immediate action and put pressure on the Iranian regime to secure the immediate release of Iran protests’ detainees and holding the regime to account.
Also, on Friday, December 6, 2019, exiled Iranians, MEK and NCRI supporters in Vienna held a protest in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vienna, against the presence of the Iranian regime’s emissary at the IAEA.
Exiled Iranians,supporters of the MEK and the NCRI, condemned the regime’s oppression of Iran protests, its killing and arresting of young Iranians who only demanded freedom and democracy. The participants declared that the Iranian regime doesn’t represent the Iranian people. Therefore, the international community, particularly international organizations shouldn’t welcome the regime’s representatives.
The protesters also demanded the international community to hold Iranian regime’s authorities to account for their over 40 years of crime against humanity in Iran. They also showed their utter hatred of the Iranian regime’s savagery.
Hamburg in Germany also hosted a protest by exiled Iranians, supporters of the MEK and the NCRI. They gathered at the Glockengiesserwall and Wandelhalle exit, in support of young risen Iranians during the nationwide uprising in Iran and condemned the Iranian regime’s brutality in oppressing protests and its human rights abuses. The protesters urged the German government to condemn the Iranian regime for human rights abuses and mass murdering young Iranians.