The World Day against the Death Penalty is a time to pay tribute to 120,000 PMOI and combatant freedom-fighters including the 30,000 who were hanged during the 1988 massacre by the religious dictatorship in Iran.It is also a day to reject the mullahs’ abhorrent regime who protect their decadent rule by daily executions in the face of public dissatisfaction and protests of a restless society that thirsts for freedom.

  • Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Iranian regime, admits that the uprising of the Iranian people was led by the PMOI

    By Mahdavi nasim

    At the beginning of this year, when the Iranian people took to the streets widely and called for the overthrow of the mullahs' rule, some Western governments and some lobbyists of the Iranian regime who tended to preserve and maintain the current Iranian government were constantly saying that the uprising did not have organization and leadership, and Most people are poor people who want to improve the economic situation,

  • An IRGC official admits women have played an initiating role in the recent protests

    By Mahdavi nasim 

    Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979 when the leadership of the anti-monarchy revolution was hijacked by Khomeini and clerics took the power.

    Since the onset of the rule of the mullahs, the Iranian women have been severely suppressed by the Islamic regime.

  • Anxiety caused by the presence of Avaie, Iranian regime’s member of ‘death committee’ at UN Human rights meeting

    Iran's justice minister, Alireza Avaie’s travel to Geneva, planned for next week, to address the United Nation's top human rights body, triggered the critics of the human rights activists and the victims of the violation of human rights in Iran.

  • Are Iranian people aligned with US national interests?

    by:Hamid Bahrami

    Following a week of political roller coaster, doubts and strategic calculations, the US foreign policy team unveiled its new policy on Iran and measures to address the catastrophic nuclear deal, better known as the JCPOA.During a 20-minute speech on 13 October, President Trump laid out the major points of this new policy,

  • Are U.S and Iran moving towards a military conflict?

    by Keyvan Salami 

    On June 19, Iran Launched 7 medium-range ballistic missiles targeting ISIS in Syria. The same day a US Navy Super Hornet shot down a Syrian Su-22. On June 20, a USAF F-15E blasted Iranian Shahed-129 armed drone out of the sky. The drone was shot down as it advanced toward the coalition-backed rebel outpost of At Tanf, near the southern Syrian border. In addition, Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader,

  • British MP supports Iranian resistance and calls for regime change

    NCRI - David Amess, British politician and Member of Parliament, said at the “Free Iran” rally that evil will prevail because of inaction. He said: “(…) for evil to prevail all it needs is for good women and good men to do nothing.” He said that he was there with the other members of the British delegation to ensure that something does happen.

    He said that the British Parliament feels very strongly on matters of democracy and action must be taken immediately to put an end to the suffering in Iran.

  • Choice in Iran Election Is Between Plague and Cholera

    The two leading contenders for the forthcoming presidential elections in Iran offer a choice between a charlatan and an executioner, or a choice between plague and cholera.” This was the view expressed today by Struan Stevenson, a former European lawmaker. He says that the election on 19th May will feature current President Hassan Rouhani, who tricked the west into believing he is a moderate, while during his 4 years in power more than 3,000 people have been hanged.

  • Demonstrate in Paris on International Human Rights Day Against Torture and Executions in Iran

    Maryam Rajavi: Realization of Iranian people’s desire for regime change is essential to human rights in Iran, peace in region and the world

    A major demonstration was held in Paris on December 11, to observe the International Human Rights Day (December 10) against the mullahs’ bloodletting regime and executions and torture in Iran.

  • Don't whitewash the Iranian regime's crimes

    by Amir Basiri

    Last week, the Iranian regime took the ambassadors of 45 foreign countries for a tour of the notorious Evin prison in Tehran to judge for themselves how the state treats prisoners. The tour came one day after Javad Larijani, the head of the Iranian regime's so-called "Human Rights Organization," claimed there are no political prisoners in Iran.

  • EU Foreign Policy Chief must speak out on Iran human rights: Struan Stevenson


    - Speaking at a rally by Iranians in London calling for human rights in their country on Saturday, Mr. Struan Stevenson, former chair of European Parliament’s official Delegation for Relations with Iraq urged the EU Foreign Policy chief to speak out against “despicable situation of human rights” in Iran.

  • Experts in Washington DC: "A Persian spring is possible"

    The event was the second in a series of discussions on the matter.

    by Adelle Nazarian - 23 Nov 2017 

    “We find ourselves in a time of great promise and of great peril,” Ivan Sheehan—an associate professor at School of Public and International Affairs, University of Baltimore, Maryland—who moderated the event, told those gathered.

  • Exploiting Tehran’s Anxiety over Increasingly Powerful Iranian Opposition

    By Shahriar Kia

    Last  week, Senator John McCain paid a visitto newly established centers of the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Albania, where he met Maryam Rajavi, President of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and Iranian exiles who until recently were living in concentration camp conditions at the former U.S. military base of Camp Liberty, Iraq.

  • Fiery Trump lashes Iran’s ‘corrupt dictatorship’ at UN

    JEDDAH: US President Donald Trump addressed the UN General Assembly for the first time Tuesday, saying Iran’s government is a corrupt dictatorship disguised as a democracy.
    Tehran “has turned a wealthy country, with a rich history and culture, into an economically depleted rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed and chaos,” Trump said. “The longest-suffering victims of Iran’s leaders are, in fact, Iranian people.”

  • Freedom fighters, Women’s pro-democracy Struggle in Iran

    By Mahdavi Nasim

    “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” That was Margaret Mead’s conclusion after a lifetime of observing very diverse cultures around the world.

  • Growing understanding of the viability of regime change in Iran

    by Shahin Gobadi

    On July 1, the Iranian opposition will be holding its annual rally to give voice to the Iranian people and their popular resistance movement and to reiterate the call for regime change in Iran. This is, of course, a message reflecting the true desire of the Iranian people and is widely endorsed by policymakers around the world, as evidenced by the hundreds of dignitaries who will attend the event.

  • Human Rights Day and Iran's Suppression

    By : Raymond Tanter 

     NewsMax - 10 Dec 2017 - Today is Human Rights Day! Is this a day for celebration or mourning? Ordinarily, such a day would be for festivity; but, this day is not a usual moment in time. Why? The Iranian regime is the source of human rights abuses. Iran is not a typical state. It has the trappings of being normal, when, in fact, the regime is anything but ordinary. Iran specializes in detaining of political prisoners.

  • Human Rights Experts Call for Accountability for Iranian Regime's Atrocities

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a panel at the National Press Club by the Washington Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US), human rights experts called for accountability for Iranian regime's human rights abuses.Referring to NCRI's newly released book, "Iran, Where Mass Murderers Rule, The 1988 Massacre of 30,000 Political Prisoners and the Continuing Atrocities,"

  • Iran continues to design nuclear bombs, NCRI says

     In a press conference in Washington, DC on Friday, the National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed that the “nerve center” of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons project, responsible for designing a nuclear bomb, has been continuing its work.
  • Iran judiciary’s grudge against PMOIMEK

    By  Poorang Novak

    In reaction to Resistance of Iran’s efforts to hold the Iranian regime accountable for its 1988 massacre of more than 30,000 political prisoners and crime against humanity, and due to increasing international isolation of the mullahs’ anti-human regime for their violation of human rights, regime judiciary’s ‘Mizan’ news agency has released a report, seeking vengeance against The People's Mojahedin Organization Of Iran