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Maryam Rajavi
National Council of Resistance of Iran President-elect, leading voice on women’s empowerment and tolerance
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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The time has come for the international community to end 3 decades of impunity for the leaders of the regime in , holding Khamenei and his accomplice accountable for their crimes against humanity and the genocide committed in the at an international tribunal
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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I call on all Iranians in and abroad to help advance and expand the Call-for-Justice movement for the victims of the . This is the movement of the oppressed, the suppressed and the bereaved.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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The time has come for the United Nations to form an int’l fact-finding mission for the , and the world to recognize the right of the people of to resistance and struggle to overthrow the mullahs’ religious dictatorship.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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Since 1988, the clerical regime has taken numerous measures to eliminate the traces of the mass graves of victims of the all across . They have built buildings or roads on these grave yards, or have bulldozed them and turned them into new cemeteries.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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The consequences of giving impunity to the masterminds and perpetrators of the have not been limited to human rights, and the perpetuation of torture and executions, but have emboldened the Iranian regime in export of terrorism and warmongering
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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In the latest list of victims compiled by the PMOI/MEK indicates that the took place in at least 110 cities.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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Khomeini’s intention in ordering the was to totally uproot and obliterate the Mojahedin. To this end, he deployed his killing machine in several areas. The most intense killings began in Evin and Gohardasht prisons, aimed specifically at members of the PMOI/MEK.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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In tribute to the martyrs of the in
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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The was the horrifying scene of such historic confrontation, but it was not the end. It was the beginning a new confrontation which still continues and will write the fate of the Iranian nation in freedom.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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The massacre of political prisoners was a blood-drenched encounter between the Middle Ages and a generation which created the 1979 revolution, a generation resolved to achieve a society based on freedom & equality, but encountered the monster of religious fascism.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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As we are approaching the 31st anniversary of the martyrdom of 30,000 political prisoners massacred on Khomeini’s fatwa for the crime of remaining loyal to their pledges over the name of Mojahedin and their ideal, i.e. freedom of the people of Iran.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
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At the Call-for-Justice for Conference demanding prosecution of its perpetrators and masterminds at an international court – Ashraf 3
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
Conference, ""1988 Massacre in Iran, Perpetrators must be TRIED"". Live here. Time: July 15, 15:00 CEST
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 15
Live streaming of Conference Call-for-Justice for Masterminds and perpetrators must face justice in international tribunals Ashraf 3
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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I would like to briefly review the status of Iranian women in a few realms:
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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Inspired by the 1,000 women of Ashraf, this is a tradition that Iran’s enlightened women and rebellious girls are following, which is an emancipating struggle.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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I would like to salute Iran’s political prisoners especially my sisters who have been resisting and defying the regime in Khamenei’s jails across
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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To be a woman and not surrender, to be a woman and persevere in struggle, to be a woman and instead of thinking about yourself, think about the liberation of your enchained people, this is something that has driven the mullahs crazy.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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If our movement was not deeply against exploitation and all of its political, social, theoretical, and cultural conducts, women could not hold such positions for a long time.
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Maryam Rajavi Jul 14
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Most of the victims of rampant poverty and destitution in today’s Iran are women. Over 62 percent of women above 10 years are housewives. The average economic participation of women in the Middle East is 22 percent, but only 12 percent in the cities of
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