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Iran: Call for support for on-strike Dervishes in prisons and across the country

The Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran issued a statement regarding the, Call for support for on-strike Dervishes:

The Iranian Resistance calls on the world community to condemn the crimes of religious fascism ruling Iran against the Gonabadi Dervishes in the regime’s prisons who have been on hunger strike since March 2. It further asks all relevant international authorities, including the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, and The Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, to support their demands, especially immediate medical care for ill Dervishes. 

Iran: 12 executions in six days, including three public hangings

The Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran issued a statement regarding the number of the executions in Iran:

The antihuman regime of mullahs sent at least 12 prisoners to gallows in various cities of Iran in the period of February 25 to March 2. Six of them were executed secretly and three were hanged in public. Therefore, the number of the executions reached about 150 since the beginning of 2014. 


International conference in Paris on international Day of Women took place in Paris on Saturday, March 1.

A wide range of participants reiterated the need to support the Iranian Resistance against the religious dictatorship that rules Iran. According to the participants, preventing Tehran from supporting Islamic fundamentalists is necessary to guarantee the rights of women in Islamic countries. 

Women with traditional and local attires as well as Western-oriented clothes filled the huge meeting hall. 

In addition to Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, other speakers to this conference were: Kim Campbell, former Prime Minister of Canada;

Michèle Alliot-Marie, former French Minister of Defense, Foreign Affairs, Interior and Justice; Rita Süssmuth, former President of the Bundestag;

Ingrid Betancourt, former presidential candidate in Colombia; Carmen Quintanilla, Chair of the Spanish Parliament Women’s Committee; Linda Chavez, former White House Director of Public Liaison; Edit Bauer, member of European Parliament; Els Demol, member of Belgian Parliament; the Italian delegation, including Gianna Gancia, Governor of Cuneo, and Elisabetta Zamparutti, former member of parliament; the delegation from Iceland, including Ragnheiður Ríkharðsdóttir, chairwoman of Iceland’s Independent party, and Ásta Ragnheiður Jóhannesdóttir, former speaker of the Parliament; Naayem Al-Ajaremeh, Chair of Jordanian Parliament Women's Committee; Najima Thay Thay, Rhozali, former Moroccan Minister; Aude de Thuin, founder of International Women’s Forum for Economy and Society; Dr Kiran Bedi from India, Advisor to Un Secretary General; Anissa Boumediene, Lawyer and former Algerian First Lady; Meredith Bergman, former President of the Senate in New South Wales, Australia; Sara Chandler, Chair of the British Law Society's Human Rights Committee; Mariane Pearl, French journalist; Phumla Mandela, women’s rights activist in South Africa and daughter to late President of South Africa Nelson Mandela; Nontombi Naomi Tutu, human rights activist from South Africa; Dr. Kristian Snow, women's rights advocate; Zinat Mir-Hashemi, member of NCRI, Editor in Chief of Nabard-e-Khalq, and representatives of Iranian communities.


Maryam Rajavi: The campaign to overthrow the mullahs’ regime is the struggle of all nations in the region for freedom

Iranian opposition leader: The campaign to overthrow the mullahs’ regime is the struggle of all nations in the region for freedom and liberation from fundamentalism

In an international conference on Sunday, March 2nd, the Iranian opposition leader stressed that the struggle  to overthrow the mullahs ruling Iran is the struggle of all nations in the region. 

International conference in Paris on international Day of Women

Rouhani's attitude toward women's rights proves the hollowness of claims of his moderation

Women activists from around the globe joined with prominent women politicians and dignitaries from Europe and the US to reject the notion that Iran's new President, Hassan Rouhani, is a moderate or has any moderate agenda. They pointed out that is especially valid when it comes to issue of women and women's rights.

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