Iranians diaspora, MEK and NCRI supporters rise in support of Iran protests
Iranian diaspora, supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), held protests in the U.S. Canada, and Norway in solidarity with the nationwide Iran protests.
On Saturday, December 7, Iranian diaspora and supporters of the MEK and NCRI in Washington DC, held a protest in front of the White House to pay homage to 1,000 people killed by Revolutionary Gard corps (IRGC) terrorists in recent Iran Protests that spread across the country.
They held a candlelight vigil in front of White House to support Iran Protests and called on the UN Security Council and The United Nations Human Rights Council to hold the Iranian regime accountable for ongoing massacre of protesters.
In the demonstration, a 13-year-old Iranian girl named Aliala condemned the killing of children by Iran’s regime in recent Iran protests said:
Iranians diaspora called on US government to press its allies, especially the Japanese Prime Minister, to cancel Rouhani trip to Japan.
Also Iranian diaspora and MEK and NCRI supporters in Otawa, Canada, on the anniversary of Iran’s “Student Day” held a protest in front of the Prime Minister’s office and Parliament to support Iran protests.
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.
They also called on Canadian Government to strongly condemn the Iranian regime for killing 1,000 people and injuring 4,000 in Iran protests. They also demanded the blacklisting of the IRGC.
Oslo in Norway also hosted a protest by Iranians diaspora, supporters of the MEK and the NCRI. The demonstrators gathered in front of the Norway parliament, 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 Norway government to condemn the Iranian regime for human rights abuses and mass murdering young Iranians.