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Free Iran World Summit 2023, Day 3, Highlights–July 3, 2023

Free Iran World Summit 2023, Day 3,  Highlights–July 3, 2023

Free Iran 2023—Day 3—Paris, July 3, 2023: Following the Free Iran World Summit 2023 held on Saturday, July 1, and Sunday, July2, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) convened its third consecutive conference at its headquarters in Auvers-sur-Oise. The primary objective of this summit is to address the gravest crime committed against humanity by the clerical regime in Iran.

In the summer of 1988, the Supreme Leader at that time, Khomeini, issued a religious decree with the intention of eliminating the most severe threat to his regime’s existence. This decree, known as a ‘fatwa,’ called for the systematic execution of all imprisoned members of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MEK/PMOI) in Iran. Over the course of a few weeks, more than 30,000 political prisoners, primarily consisting of devoted MEK members, were executed throughout the country.

The 1988 massacre has received widespread condemnation as genocide from numerous human rights activists and political experts. It was orchestrated by some of the highest-ranking officials of the clerical dictatorship, including the current president, Ebrahim Raisi.

Considering that the Iranian regime still holds the unfortunate distinction of being the world’s largest state executioner per capita, leaders and legislators from various nations have gathered at the NCRI event to engage in discussions. Their primary purpose is to address the ongoing massacre of political prisoners and call upon the international community to end the regime’s impunity. They will advocate for holding the Iranian authorities accountable for their crimes against humanity. Additionally, the participants are appealing to the United Nations to take action and protect the thousands of Iranian protesters who are currently suffering in prisons within Iran.

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