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Tom McClintock suppports MEK’s annual Free Iran rally at Ashraf 3

Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA), Committee on the Judiciary

Rep. Tom McClintock: The Iranian Freedom movement has not just endured, it has grown as the injustices and atrocities of the illegitimate Iranian regime have become widespread and despised. As the tyranny of the mullahs has become more extreme, the international resistance to them has become more resolute.

The people of Iran can take confidence that your cause is just, that you are not fighting alone and that in the full measure of time just causes always prevail. The entire world is witness to your struggle, and history foretells your impending triumph with these words — Sic semper tyrannis — “thus always to tyrants.”

Rep. Tom McClintock added: Your fortitude and courage is inspiring the admiration and support of people around the world and even through the difficulty and danger of the present, you are already writing the next chapter of civilization — that just when events seemed the darkest, the people of Iran pushed these dictators off their pedestals and restored their nation as a beacon of freedom and justice, enlightenment and leaning, tolerance and prosperity, as it was in days of old and as it will be again in the days to come.

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MARYAM RAJAVI: We Will Take Back Iran

July 13, 2019 – Speech at the Free Iran Gathering at Ashraf 3

Maryam Rajavi, the president of the Iranian opposition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, NCRI, the keynote speaker of the Free Iran rally in Ashraf 3, welcomed the supporters of the Resistance in her speech on July 13, 2019. 

The following is the speech by Maryam Rajavi in Ashraf 3

Let me first congratulate the birthday of the eighth Shiite Imam, Imam Reza, the eighth leader of progressive Islam against tyrants, (PBUH)

My fellow compatriots,
Honorable guests and distinguished dignitaries,
Ashraf 3 welcomes you all.

Twenty months ago, this was a piece of land with nothing on it.
At the hands of the Mojahedin, however, through their enormous efforts and hard work, Ashraf 3 was built and now stands tall.