Mrs. Rajavi stressed that in the past 35 years, the Iranian regime has been the principal element of religious and sectarian conflict, aggression against various countries, schism in Palestine, and the massacre of innocent people of Syria and Iraq. She said: “The first and most important step in ending this situation is the overthrow of the mullahs’ regime and the establishment of a popular and democratic government in Iran. The future Iran will be the harbinger of friendship, fraternity and peace in the region. The interests of the Iranian people lies in their solidarity with their neighbors and Muslim and Arab brothers. Undoubtedly, in tomorrow’s Iran we will be able to overcome all the outstanding issues through the spirit of brotherhood and resolve all differences through dialogue and fraternity. Together, we can create a region devoid of hostility and discord, which would mean a powerful and advanced region.”
Addressing all governments in the region, she said: “While the rulers of Iran are preparing to expand their evil war and burn the entire region down, any delay and procrastination against them would end in catastrophe. It is time for you to completely isolate this regime, cut your political and economic ties with it, expel it, its agents and its affiliates from your countries and remove its bases of intelligence and terrorism. And it is time that you support the perseverance of the Mojahed freedom-fighters at Liberty who are paying a heavy toll for the struggle against the main enemy of the entire region.”
In another part of her speech Rajavi said that despite the calamity that our region is facing, a more important reality is taking shape. She added: “The mullahs in Iran, who were busy expanding their evil influence in the region and exporting fundamentalism and terrorism by taking advantage of three extensive wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as the windfall gains of these wars over a quarter of a century, have now, 3.5 years after the beginning of the Arab Spring and the revolution of Syrian people and now the uprising of the people of Iraq, fallen into the opposite trend, suffering huge regional defeats that have threatened their survival. Although the Velayat-e faqih regime has prolonged the pain and suffering of the Syrian people, it has itself fallen into a trap as well. With no way forward or backward, it is at a deadly impasse with no other prospect than complete defeat. In Iraq, Maliki and the mullahs, who see their survival threatened, want to blame their great defeat in Iraq on extremist terrorists, in order to both justify the meddling of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the committing of crimes against innocent people, while begging the United States to bomb the people in liberated regions. But now, everyone inside and outside of Iraq acknowledges that what is going on in Iraq is a war between the people of Iraq on the one hand and Maliki and the Iranian regime on the other and that Maliki’s removal from power would be the first step to improving the situation.”
political figures from Egypt, Palestine, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Bahrain, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran participated in this conference.