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Paris—January 24, 2024: MEK Supporters Exhibition in Front of the French National Assembly in Solidarity With the Iran Revolution

Paris—January 24, 2024: MEK Supporters Exhibition in Front of the French National Assembly in Solidarity With the Iran Revolution

Paris, France—January 24, 2024: Freedom-loving Iranians and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) organized an exhibition in front of the French National Assembly to express solidarity with the Iranian Revolution.

The purpose of this exhibition was to voice opposition against the increasing number of executions in Iran, shedding light on the oppressive governance of the mullahs’ regime. The exhibition also aim to condemn Ebrahim Raisi, who is implicated in the 1988 massacre and is held responsible for the loss of lives among the Iranian people.

MEK supporters in Paris demanded the trial of the mullahs’ regime leaders, especially Ali Khamenei  (Supreme leader of the mullahs’ regime) and the mass murderer Ebrahim Raisi for crimes against humanity, in an international court.

French citizens visited the photo exhibition and expressed their solidarity with the Iranian Revolution.

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