People’s Mojahedin Organization supporters stand shoulder to shoulder with Iran uprising
Supporters of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization (PMOI/MEK) and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) held protests in Amsterdam, Bern and Stockholm in solidarity with nationwide protests across Iran.
On Tuesday, MEK supporters in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, held a rally in front of the Dutch Parliament. Demonstration supported the Iranian protesters and Iran protests via chanting slogans and holding banners. They urged the Dutch government and the international community to support the Iranian people’s desire to achieve freedom and democracy.
Also, on Tuesday, December 10, PMOI supporters in Bern, Switzerland, organized a photo exhibition of Iran protests to pay homage to 1,000 people killed by the mullahs’ Revolutionary Gard Corps (IRGC) terrorists in recent Iran protests that spread across the country.
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 crimes against humanity.
The demonstration has attracted the attention of Swiss citizens, and many have expressed solidarity with Iranian protesters by participating in the rally and carrying photos of those martyrs in Iranian protests.
Also, on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, MEK supporters in Stockholm held a protest and organized a photo exhibition of Iran protests and the 1988 massacre martyrs to show their support for Iran protests.
Exiled Iranians, supporters of the MEK and the NCRI, condemned the regime’s oppression of Iran protests, its killings and arrests of young Iranians who only demand freedom and democracy. The participants declared that the Iranian regime does not represent the Iranian people.
The protesters also called on the international community to hold Iranian regime authorities to account for their over 40 years of crimes against humanity in Iran.