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World Leaders and the Bloody Hands of Ebrahim Raisi, Iranian Regime’s New President

Facing domestic crises and an increasingly restive nation, the mullahs’ regime in Iran showed its true face to the world. To tackle another popular uprising and prevent its downfall, the regime has appointed Ebrahim Raisi. Known for his leading role in the summer 1988 massacre of more than 30,000 political prisoners, as the new president.

World leaders will have to shake the bloody hands of Ebrahim Raisi, known in Iran as the man, who tightens nooses around necks.

Instead of engaging in disgraceful interactions with the mullahs’ regime, the international community should support the Iranian Resistance that offers a real solution for a free and democratic Iran.

The Free Iran World Summit 2021(10-12 July 2021) is a part of this solution. The Largest virtual gathering ever. Tens of thousands of Iranians, hundreds of dignitaries from 105 countries, and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI) Condemned Tehran’s terrorism, support regime change by Iranians. They urged accountability for Raisi for crimes against humanity.

Part of Mrs. Rajavi’s speech about the criminal Raisi and the responsibility of the international community towards it

“When it comes to the Iranian people’s relationship with the regime, the appointment of Ebrahim Raisi, the henchman of the 1988 massacre, to the presidency of the mullahs’ religious dictatorship is a reflection of the era of its overthrow,” said Mrs. Rajavi, the president-elect of the NCRI, in her address to the conference. “And in political terms, it is the end for illusions of moderation within the regime. It marks the failure of Western governments’ policy of complacency toward the religious fascism.”

“As far as the international community is concerned, this is a test of whether it will engage and deal with this genocidal regime or whether it will stand with the Iranian people.

“We say to the world community, especially to Western governments, that Mullah Raisi is a criminal guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity in 1988.

“He is guilty because as one of the regime’s highest Judiciary officials during the last 40 years, he played a decisive role in the execution and murder of the Iranian people’s children.

“He is guilty because he is one of the leaders of a regime that killed 1,500 youths during the November 2019 uprising, a figure that researchers say is actually three times higher.

“Raisi is guilty because even today he defends all his past crimes and insists on continuing them.

“On behalf of the Iranian people and their Resistance, I emphasize that the United Nations and the international community should recognize the 1988 massacre in Iran as genocide and a crime against humanity.

“I call on the UN Security Council to take action to hold the leaders of the mullahs’ regime, especially Ali Khamenei, Raisi, and Eje’i, accountable for committing genocide and crimes against humanity. The United Nations must not allow Raisi to participate in the next session of the General Assembly. This would be an unforgivable insult to the peoples of all countries who send their representatives to the United Nations.”