On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, the Antwerp Court in Belgium announced the verdict of three accomplices of the Iranian regime’s terrorist-diplomat Asadollah Assadi. An international conference held in this regard by the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI).
A group of prominent dignitaries from the U.S. and Europe attended and spoke at the conference online.
The keynote speaker at the conference was Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI).
Roger Godsiff MP, Member of the UK Parliament (1992-2019), addressed at the conference.
The following is an excerpt from Mr. Godsiff’s speech at the conference:
This is a regime that wants to eliminate its alternative, but also all supporters of a free and democratic Iran. This is the regime that massacred political prisoners in 1988.
We would never think this regime would rely on an act of terrorism that could have killed thousands of people.
I remain concerned that the masterminds who gave the green light to this act of terrorism have not been brought to account. They have been left free to carry out terrorist activities throughout the world.
Recently, the regime announced its plans to execute a Swedish citizen. We shouldn’t be surprised because intimidation is part of the regime’s DNA.
The EU and European leaders have sent the wrong message to this religious dictatorship, giving it a free hand to spread terrorism. Europe must take action proportionate to the massacre that was planned. The EU cannot sit at the same table as the regime that planned to carry out a crime against humanity in Europe.
By adopting a policy of inaction and silence, European governments have allowed Tehran’s acts of terrorism to continue and flourish.
I call on all European leaders to recognize that the mullahs’ regime is a terrorist organization that we can’t negotiate with. We should be closing the regime’s embassies throughout Europe. The regime doesn’t use them for diplomatic purposes. It uses them as hubs of terrorist activity. We should not allow this.