Tahar Boumedra, former chief of the UN human rights mission in Iraq, addressed a panel of international dignitaries in an online conference, observing the holy month of Ramadan and declaring interfaith solidarity in the face of fundamentalism that has spread and promoted by the mullahs’ regime in Iran.
The Iranian regime is the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. To pursue its evil goal of spreading chaos, the Iranian regime has been using a fundamentalist misinterpretation of Islam.
The international dignitaries joined the opposition president-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, and condemned the Iranian regime’s fundamentalism, and supported the Iranian people’s call for freedom and democracy.
Tahar Boumedra, former chief of the UN human rights mission in Iraq
The regime of Iran kills in an unprecedented manner. 30,000 political prisoners were executed in the summer of 1988. This is the worst massacre in Iran’s modern history. The massacre did not stop there. It continues to this day. Let’s not forget the killing of 1,500 protesters in November 2019.
The crimes of the mullahs’ regime did not stop at Iran’s borders. They extended to its neighboring countries, to Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and even to Europe. The role of Qassem Soleimani needs not to be recalled. Nouri Maliki’s crimes on behalf the regime against the residents of Ashraf are well documented.
The trial of Assadollah Assadi in Belgium is proof that the regime is still active in implementing Khomeini’s fatwa to eliminate opponents.
The Muslim world and the international community needs to be aware that the ideology of the mullahs is spreading sectarianism and hatred. A regime change in Iran is a victory for non-political Islam that respects human rights and dignity.