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MEK/PMOI supporters called on EU to blacklist Iranian MOIS

Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, the MEK/PMOI supporters rallied in front of the Municipality building in Copenhagen against executions in Iran and demanded adequate measures against this state-sponsor of terrorism.

MEK/PMOI supporters called for the European Union to blacklist the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence & Security (MOIS), shutting down all the mullahs’ embassies in Europe.

They also demanded the expulsion of all the regime’s operatives from the EU soil. Iranians abroad consider these embassies as the regime’s espionage centers used to gather information for their future terror operations.

In their rally in Copenhagen, the MEK/PMOI supporters also announced their solidarity with the ongoing protests by people from all walks of life inside Iran. They also called on the international community to support the Iranian people’s desire for democratic change.

MEK/PMOI supporters in Brussels

NCRI supporters: Iran embassies act as a cover for terror plots in EU

More about ongoing protests inside Iran

Since three weeks ago, Shush, a city in Iran’s Khuzestan province, is witnessing strikes and protests by the workers of Haft Tapeh sugarcane factory. The workers began their strike three weeks ago, demanding their salaries, unpaid for months, and the removal of the so-called private owners who have looted factory’s properties and pushed Haft Tapeh, the largest sugar mill in Iran, towards bankruptcy.

In addition to Haft Tapeh, the workers of Iran National Steel Industrial Group in Ahvaz gathered for the 19th  day of their strike and protest, demanding their unpaid salaries.

  Haft Tapeh rises up for its rights

Esfahan

Having no access to water, the farmers in Esfahan have risen, protesting against the mismanagement of water sources by the government.

The protesting farmers of East Isfahan had white vests on, symbolizing the grave shrouds, a sign that they will be standing for their rights at any cost.

On Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, the farmers of Gharneh, East Isfahan, gathered in front of the Yazd water pumping station in protest to the government’s mismanagement of water sources. During the past years, the Iranian regime’s corrupt policies have cut off adequate access to irrigation water for this farmers, causing much damage to them.

The protesters threatened to destroy the station if the government does not take concrete measures to fulfill their demands. The farmers had brought along their loaders and other machineries.

At noon of the same day, still having received no response, the farmers proceeded with destroying the pipeline that channels the station’s water to IRGC companies in Yazd.

These days protest over economic grievances quickly turn into anti-government protests that call for the overthrow of the regime in its entirety.

After 4 decades of witnessing and experiencing the corruption and the repression of the regime, the Iranian people have no doubt that there is no solution from within the regime and only a regime change will solve their problems.

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Iran MOIS & new wave of terrorism

Since the 1980s, the Iran MOIS has violently suppressed Iran regime’s opponents both at home and abroad.

As the regime’s officials have conceded, if the regime fails to inflame wars outside Iran’s borders, it would have to fight for survival within its borders. This is because external conflicts draw attention away from domestic crises.

This new wave of terrorism reflects the regime’s inability to deal with a nationwide uprising that began in late 2017 and has continued to date.

Accusing the PMOI for organizing the protests and strikes, Iran MOIS has set about a new phase of crackdown and terrorism.

In the summer of 2018, two cells of the Iran MOIS were arrested by law enforcement authorities in Europe. The first was an activated sleeper cell, arrested by Belgian police as they were traveling to Paris to detonate an explosive device at the Iranian gathering in Paris. Since a large crowd was attending this gathering, this proves that the Iran MOIS had intended to cause a massive casualty.

The second cell of the Iran MOIS was arrested in the United States for conducting Intelligence and reconnaissance operations on NCRI representatives.

And the third cell was to carry on the Iranian regime’s murder plot foiled in Denmark.

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Iran MOIS actions in compelling the world to silence

Iranian resistance emphasizes on the necessity and importance of this designating in a seminar on “Iran’s New Wave of Terrorism – The EU and US responses,” held on October 4, 2018, at the Residence Palace in Brussels.

In a video message addressing the political dignitaries and the audience, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi,  the president-elect of the NCRI stated: “By using terrorism, the regime wants to compel the world to silence and surrender. The best response to such a regime is firmness. This is a responsible policy for global peace and security. The mullahs are highly motivated for terrorism.

The decisions for terrorist operations are made at the National Supreme Security Council presided by Hassan Rouhani, and subsequently approved by Khamenei.”

Subsequently, appreciating the firm stance by the Danish government against terrorism, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the Iranian resistance, emphasized the necessity of enlisting the regime’s MOIS as a terrorist entity.

Furthermore, in the Conference on “Iran’s new wave of Terrorism, the EU and US responses” on September 24, 2018, Senator Torricelli also said: “It is a pattern well recognized in history. For nine months hundreds and then thousands of people in small towns and cities across Iran have been demanding to reclaim their future, to end the despotic regime and restore democracy in Iran.

The government of Iran is watching. Silence invites more attacks. A policy of appeasement, but ensures more terrorism.

Iran is not just being tested here. So is the European Union and NATO and the United States. This is a defining moment.”

Regarding these facts, Iran MOIS will repeat more terrorism if it is condoned.

Therefore, it is necessary that Europe adopts a firm stance. As Mr. Vidal-Quadras, stated on September 24, 2018: “The High Representative Mrs. Federica Mogherini, must end her silence and condemn these terrorist actions by the Iranian regime and condemn them clearly and loudly.”

On October 20, 2018, ten senior members of the European Parliament issued a statement, calling on the European Union to blacklist the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) for its undeniable role in Tehran’s terrorism. According to another EU statement issued back in April 1997, “visas [should] not be granted to Iranians with intelligence and security functions’ and the ‘Iranian intelligence personnel from European Union Member States should be expelled.”

These are the demands that the Iranian resistance has been calling for, for decades.

The only way to confront Iran regime’s terrorism and its MOIS is to adopt a firm policy, and that would be:

  • Prosecute all Iranian agents in the US and Europe
  • Expel Iranian terrorist diplomats from Europe
  • Shut down Iranian regime embassies in Europe

Sanction all entities involved in planning, training, facilitating and funding terrorism and most important: Put MOIS in FTO lists.

 

 

MEK rally in Brussels, European Union must enlist the MOIS as a terrorist organization

 MEK rally in Brussels, European Union must enlist the MOIS as a terrorist organization

On Monday, October 22, 2018, the supporters of the Iran resistance in Brussels, in front of the European Commission, staged a rally calling the European Union to enlist the Iran regime’s Ministry of Security and Intelligence (MOIS) as a terrorist entity. It is after some four months of a foiled terrorist plot aim to target a dissident Iranian conference in the heart of Europe. 

The protesters gathered to condemn the European Union ’s silence to mass executions, human rights violations, and repression of women in Iran.

 Assadollah Assadi, the third Consular in the Iran regime embassy in Vienna, hired an Iranian couple living in Belgium. Assadi, himself, provided them with 500 grams of TATP explosives at a meeting in Luxembourg in late June 2018 to carry out a bomb plot, targeting the annual meeting of about 100.000 Iranian dissidents, supporters of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), which is the umbrella political organization including the People Mojahedin Organization of Iran (MEK/PMOI) at Villepinte, near Paris.

Assadi was arrested in Germany on terror charges and then was extradited to Belgium. He is accused of planning a terrorist act with the potential of immense casualties.  The Iranian-root couple and another Iranian man have been arrested. The case is still under investigation by the Belgian judicial authorities.

French officials stressed that there was “no doubt” that Iranian Ministry of Intelligence was behind the plot to attack the rally.

  “We expect EU today to break the silence. We want EU to be active and to be on the side of Iranian people,” said Firoz Mahvi, Member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).

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Firouz Mahvi, Member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

 “I was among the people who were there on June 30,” said Paulo Casaca, a former member of the European Parliament. “So I can say that, even personally, I have a case here to the European External Action Service (EEAS) and there has not been a single word from the EEAS on the issue,” he added following his statement at the protest in front of the EU Commission.

European Union

Paulo Casaca, a former member of the European Parliament

The Iran regime’s Ministry of Security and Intelligence (MOIS) has a dark record of planning and carrying out terrorist plans abroad, but it is the first time that a so-called diplomat is arrested and officially charged of terrorism.

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MOIS must be designated as a terrorist organization by the US and EU

MOIS must be designated as an FTO by the US and EU

How can we be safe against FTOs’ threats in Europe?

Is it not the time for the west to face the reality that this state-sponsor of terrorism has passed their doorsteps?

Moreover, for how long do the western governments want to close their eyes on MOIS’s role in terror attacks? And the main question is, when will the US and EU believe that the Ministry of Intelligence and Security of Iran’s regime (MOIS) is absolutely an FTO?

Some weeks ago, the Europeans became aware of the shocking terrorist plot masterminded by the MOIS agent against the gathering held by the Iranian opposition in Paris, which was attended by more than 100,000 Iranian dissidents and hundreds of the prominent figures from five continents to support Mrs. Maryam Rajavi for a Free Iran.

Message to the conference “Iran’s New Wave of Terrorism”- Brussels October 4, 2018

In this regard, a Belgian special unit stopped a couple in Brussels in possession of 500 grams of the TATP powerful explosive and a detonator.

MOIS agents, under cover of “Diplomats”, plot terror attacks

Following the arrest of the terrorist couple, German police arrested a senior diplomat of Iran’s regime who had masterminded the terror attack and had personally delivered the TATP to the terrorists in Strasburg.

After arresting this so-called diplomat, Assadollah Assadi, the European police announced, “Since 2014, Assadi has been accredited as working for the MOIS to monitor the opposition groups while being at Iran’s embassy in Vienna”.

In fact, the European police revealed the regime’s deception as to covering up its MOIS agents as diplomats to pursue its terror operations in Europe.

According to the evidence, the MOIS operations include espionage and striking blows to the opposition.

What is the solution?

Thanks to the professionalism of Belgian and German law enforcement, thousands of people are still alive and not hurt. However, we are wrong if we assume that the security forces make no mistake forever.

Therefore, how can we ensure to be protected against MOIS operations? How can we provide a safer and more stable place for innocent people?

In fact, we have been witnessing several espionage operations and terror attacks by MOIS agents so far in the European and American soil, and more can take place in the future.

European governments and the United States should not allow the MOIS agents to travel and transport freely explosive devices to use in a terror plot for killing innocent people.

The world is obviously under threats of this state-sponsor of terrorism.

Western Foreign Ministries and of course, the US State Department are obligated to curb mullahs’ conspiracies. The latest event proves both in words and in practice that silence and appeasement just encourage the regime to continue its terror activities. Contrary to the claims of the regime’s lobbies, a firm policy will help us to live in a safer world, which the Iranian opposition has always called for. The best reaction to the State-Sponsor of terrorism would be to designate MOIS as a foreign terrorist organization.

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It’s time to expel the agents of Iran’s MOIS and Quds Force operating under various covers

The United States Department of Justice on Monday announced that two Intelligence Ministry agents of the mullahs’ regime, Ahmadreza Mohammadi Doostdar and Majid Ghorbani, who were spying on and plotting against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) and National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), were arrested on August 9, 2018 in the US.

According to the text of the indictment, this spy operation against the PMOI had taken place from at least March 2017 and “the Government of Iran considers the MEK to be a primary opponent of the current regime, and has sought to eradicate the MEK.” These two agents sent the information they gathered to the Iranian regime to be able to “target” its opponents. It is also stated that “a target package could enable a neutralization plan, which may include apprehension, recruitment, cyber exploitation, or capture/kill operations.”

As the nationwide protests by the Iranian people continue to grow, so have the missions of these two agents. One of them, Ghorbani, travelled to Iran for 20 days, from March 27 until April 17, 2018, “in order to brief … the Government of Iran about information he has collected on the MEK.” Upon returning to the US, he had new instructions such as gaining “more influence in order to find out secret information, people in the network and organization’s decisions against Islamic Republic.”

The discovery and neutralization of the regime’s espionage and terrorist plot in the US follows the foiling of two major terrorist plots against the PMOI and the Iranian Resistance in Albania (March 2018) and France (June 2018). It once again makes clear that the religious fascism ruling Iran, on its deathbed, sees no solution other than suppressing the Iranian people’s uprising and assassinating members of the PMOI.

The NCRI’s Security and Anti-Terrorism Committee on April 20, 2018 in a statement said: “There have been numerous cases of suspicious acts of shadowing people and surveillance near the NCRI office in Washington by individuals of various nationalities, which point to serious terrorist threats. The police and relevant officials are informed of these threats.”

The Iranian Resistance once again reiterates the need to prosecute and expel all the regime’s Intelligence Ministry and Quds Force agents and all known and undercover agents and mercenaries who pursue the regime’s plots in the US and Europe. These agents and mercenaries had used the prevalent appeasement policy of previous years to establish various covers and titles in the US and Europe and thereby pursue the regime’s sinister plots.

National Council of Resistance of Iran
Security and Anti-Terrorism Committee
August 21, 2018

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Free Iran: MOIS’s foiled terror plot

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Free Iran: MOIS’s foiled terror plot

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June 30 , 2018:

A  Belgian-Iranian couple arrested in Brussels on route to Paris With 500 grams of a strong explosive known as TATP and a detonator hid in a makeup bag .

Target:

Free Iran grand gathering in support of National council of Resistance of Iran and its president-elect, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, in villepinte, Paris, attended by a reported 100,000 people.

The bombers identified as Amir Sadouni and Nasim Naami who were a sleeper cell of the Iranian ministry of inteiiigence and Security.

July 1: Based on a European arrest warrant, Assabollah Assadi, a Vienna based Iraian diplomat was arrested in Germany while travelling back to Austria.

July 6: A Belgian judicial spokesman told NBC News “Practically all employees of Iranian embassies are part of  the Iranian Secret Service.”

July 10: us secretary of state, Mike Pompeo while citing the foiled Paris plot said the Iranian regime uses its embassies to plot terrorist attacks in Europe.

July 11: The German Federal Prosecutor announced that it had opened an investigation on Assadi. It announced Assadi, the MOIS Vienna station chief had commissioned the couple to carry out the explosive assault and had personally handed over the explosives to the terrorists in Luxemburg.

July 12: The Washington Times reported that the National Council of Resistance of Iran quoted its intelligence sources inside the country as saying  that Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and President Hassan Rouhani approved the plan.

July22: Secretary Pompeo said: “Just earlier this month an Iranian “diplomat” based in Vienna was arrested and charged with supplying for a terrorist bomb scheduled to bomb a political rally in France.”

The Iranian diaspora has been staging protests in various European capitals calling for the extradition of Assadi to Belgium to be put on trial.

The Iranian resistance has demanded the closure of Iranian embassies and the expulsion of MOIS and Quds Force agents from Europe.

#ExpellranDiplomatTerrorists

Iranian Regime Terrorists Appeals Awaiting Verdict

Three accomplices of Assadollah Asadi, a terrorist diplomat of the Iranian regime, who have been convicted of bombing an Iranian resistance gathering in 2018, are awaiting the decision of the Court of Appeals in Antwerp.
Three accomplices of Assadollah Asadi, a terrorist diplomat of the Iranian regime, who have been convicted of bombing an Iranian resistance gathering in 2018, are awaiting the decision of the Court of Appeals in Antwerp.

In an attempt to escape accountability for the plot to bomb the Iranian Resistance rally in France in 2018, three of the four co-conspirators set out to appeal their convictions last week at a court in Belgium.

Iranian/Belgian Dual Citizenship holders Amir Saadouni, Nasimeh Naami and Mehrdad Arefani were each sentenced to between 15 and 20 years in prison for their roles in the plot to detonate a deadly triacetone triperoxide (TATP) bomb at the rally.

Colonel (Retired) Wes Martin wrote on the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) website, “Their defenses are basically built around claims of not knowing what they were carrying when passing through the Belgian security checkpoint on their way into France.”

However, their claims are far from the truth. They were working for the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and were provided a package including all of the bomb components by the mastermind of the plot. They were also instructed where to take it, how to put the components together, and how to covertly transfer it to the detonation location.

While the three men are awaiting the outcome of their appeals, they are also challenging the decision to revoke the European portion of their dual citizenship as they fear being sent back to Iran. Especially as the regime is known to not deal too kindly with former agents who failed their missions.

The fourth co-conspirator of the bomb plot, who is in fact the mastermind behind the failed terrorist operation, is Assadollah Assadi. He chose not to appeal his conviction, instead hoping that his former diplomatic status as the third-ranking member and security chief of the Iranian Embassy in Austria would save him from facing the consequences of his actions. He was the one who transported the explosives from Tehran within his diplomatic pouch to bypass security checks, and then once in Europe he delivered the device to his agents and issued their orders.

Wes Martin wrote, “As subsequent investigations would reveal, Assadi traveled all over the continent linking up and coordinating with multiple sleeper cells. Assadi’s own failure to practice effective information-operations procedures, including operations security and electronic communications security, created red flags for Europe’s law enforcement and antiterrorism communities.”

Saadouni, Naami and Arefani were stopped by Belgian police as they attempted to cross in to France, while Assadi was apprehended by German police as he attempted to get back to the safety of the embassy in Austria.

Upon searching Assadi’s vehicle, German authorities discovered a green notebook which exposed the extent of the regime’s terrorist network in Europe, detailing meeting locations, agents working within the network, and the amount of money they had been paid for missions.

Mr. Martin wrote, “For not appealing his conviction and sentence, Assadi could claim loyalty to Tehran. This claim would include not wanting to bring more attention to the MOIS and Islamic Republican Guard Corps (IRGC) who likely manufactured to TATP explosive device that Assadi brought back from Tehran. The reality is likely less noble.”

The Belgian court is likely to quash the appeals and remain firm with the sentences that the four men were given earlier this year. The capture of this particular terrorist cell has confirmed that European law enforcement agencies are more than capable of dealing with terrorism. The next step would be to take down the entire network across Europe, but without the cooperation from all Western governments, this will be tough.

There is enough critical information in Assadi’s notebook for government heads to identify and deport sleeper agents across Europe back to Iran, and now is the time for them to also declare the MOIS as a terrorist organization.

The lack of action by western politicians, who seem content with the cloak of diplomacy, has led the Iranian regime to perceive this as a weakness that they are determined to exploit to undermine international peace.

Colonel Martin wrote, “As long as these three terrorists are held accountable for their actions, the ruling extremists in Iran will be forced to understand there are some western government agencies not willing to ignore the rule of law.”

Colonel Wes Martin served as the first senior anti-terrorism officer for all coalition forces in Iraq. 

Iran: Amnesty International Warns of “Danger of Execution” for Two Elite Iranian Students Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi on “Fake” Charges

Amnesty International — Unjustly detained students, Ali Younesi & Amirhossein Moradi harshly beaten.
Amnesty International — Unjustly detained students, Ali Younesi & Amirhossein Moradi harshly beaten.

Two elite Iranian students are at the risk of being put on an unfair trial and possibly being sentenced to death, Amnesty International warned on Monday, November 22, 2021. Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi have been subjected to torture and harsh treatment in Tehran’s Evin prison since their arbitrary arrest on April 10, 2020.

Amnesty International said: “Iranian university students Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi, arbitrarily detained without trial in section 209 of Tehran’s Evin prison since 10 April 2020, are at risk of being convicted in a grossly unfair trial of a spurious charge that carries the death penalty. Ministry of intelligence agents beat them and held them in prolonged solitary confinement in harsh conditions to extract forced “confessions”. They are prisoners of conscience targeted for exercising their right to family life.”

According to the Amnesty report, Ali Younesi has told his family he had been denied adequate health care for injuries to his left eye sustained during beatings by Intelligence Ministry agents and that lights in his cell were turned on 24 hours a day.

Also, It said Amir Hossein Moradi was beaten harshly during his arrest.
Amnesty International said, during a hearing before Tehran’s “Revolutionary Court” in July, the two were accused of “corruption on earth,” which carries the death penalty, among other “spurious” charges.

The full text of the report can be found at the following link:

https://www.amnesty.org/en/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/MDE1350242021ENGLISH.pdf

Appeasement Towards the Iranian Regime Has Only Emboldened Their Human Rights Abuses

Western policymakers still remained largely silent on the issue of the massacre, thereby courting further criticism regarding weak Iran policies and a tendency toward appeasement

In recent reports, it came to light that an appeal had been filed in a Belgian court by three individuals convicted earlier this year of plotting to bomb an Iranian expatriate rally in Paris in 2018. The defendants were sentenced to 15, 17 and 18 years behind bars respectively, while their handler, Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi was sentenced to 20 years, which he has declined to appeal.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) issued a statement in response to the appeal stating that, “to dismantle the regime’s terrorism, the Ministry of Intelligence and Security(MOIS) and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps(IRGC) must be designated as terrorists in their entirety, their agents, and operatives are prosecuted and punished, their asylum and citizenship revoked, and they must be deported.”

The NCRI’s statement also recommended that a dossier containing the full scope of Iran’s terrorist activities be referred to the United Nations Security Council, as well as detailing the crimes against humanity that have been inflicted upon the Iranian people themselves.

As the appeals are being heard in Belgium, hearings are currently being held in Albania in the case of former Iranian prison official Hamid Noury for his involvement in the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in the summer of 1988.

Noury was one of the officials at Gohardasht Prison who led prisoners to the ‘death commission’ before later leading them to the gallows to be executed by hanging for failing to align with the regime’s interpretation of Islam. The majority of the victims murdered during the massacre were members of the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

The regime is desperate to hide any evidence of the atrocities that took place, even going as far as to pave over and build upon sites where many of the massacre’s victims are buried in secret mass graves in order to prevent future investigations.

Human Rights organizations, such as Amnesty International, have previously warned of the impact of this phenomenon on the families of victims, as well as its reinforcement of the regime’s impunity when it comes to matters of human rights abuses and acts of terrorism.

The NCRI said, “Amnesty was also quick to highlight that impunity in the wake of Iran’s June presidential election, which saw the election of Ebrahim Raisi to the country’s second-highest office following a race in which other viable candidates were barred from running.”

Calls for investigations into the Raisi’s historic human rights abuses and crimes against humanity have been ongoing for years, both for his role as the head of the judiciary at the time of the brutal crackdown of the November 2019 uprising, and his role as a member of the Tehran death commission during the 1988 massacre.

The NCRI’s response and statements on Noury’s trial has continuously pointed out that the principle of universal jurisdiction used to convict Noury could be used to justify Raisi’s prosecution. They have also extended the call for the prosecutions of other high-ranking regime officials, including Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei.

The NCRI said, “Western policymakers still remained largely silent on the issue of the massacre in the wake of those public statements, thereby courting further criticism regarding weak Iran policies and a tendency toward appeasement.”

Iranians, MEK Supporters Rally for the Second Day in Front of Antwerp Court of Appeal for the Iran’s Regime Terrorists — November 18, 2021

Iranians, MEK Supporters Rally in front of the Antwerp court — November 18, 2021
Iranians, MEK Supporters Rally in front of the Antwerp court — November 18, 2021

On Thursday, November 18, 2021, the Court of Appeal of Antwerp, Belgium, began its second session at 2 pm. In this session, the court heard the case of three mercenaries of the Ministry of Intelligence of the Mullahs’ regime(MOIS) and the accomplices of Assadollah Assadi, the terrorist diplomat of the Iranian regime.

Assadi’s three accomplices are part of the clerical regime’s terrorist and espionage network in Europe, which endangers the security of Iranian refugees and dissidents by abusing their right to asylum or citizenship in European countries.

Coinciding with the second hearing of the appeals court for the bombing at the 2018 Iranian Resistance Grand Gathering, freedom-loving Iranians and MEK supporters held a rally in front of the Antwerp Courthouse.

Supporters of the Iranian resistance called for the condemnation of the terrorist mercenaries of the mullah regime and the closure of the regime’s embassies as centers of espionage and terrorism against Iranian refugees in European countries.

Assadollah Asadi, a terrorist diplomat responsible for the bombing, was sentenced to 20 years in prison in the first instance but did not appeal and refused to do so, which would not lead to further scandal for the regime during the appeal.

An Antwerp court is hearing the appeals of three accomplices of the diplomat-terrorist on Wednesday and Thursday.
Nasimeh Naami, a female MOIS agent, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in the first court and revoked her citizenship, Mehrdad Arefani to 17 years in jail and revoked her citizenship, and Amir Saadouni to 15 years in jail and revoked his citizenship.

Three operatives involved in the case of Iranian diplomat-terrorist Assadollah Assadi

The German police confiscated several notebooks from the car of the diplomat-terrorist Assadi. In only one of which registered 289 names and rejections of mercenaries, who paid in various European countries to plot against the MEK and spy and terrorism. The Iranian resistance has demanded that all the names of the mercenaries be made public from the beginning.