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Masoud Dalvand –TDO-(AMERICA) NCRI - A huge crowd of human rights activists, politicians, and people from the Iranian diaspora gathered outside the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York on Wednesday September 20, to protest Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s speech.Amir Emadi, the spokesman for the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC)

Iran’s young and inventive generation and their honorable teachers do not wish to prolong the rule of a regime which is the enemy of knowledge and freedom
September 23, 2017  Fellow courageous pupils and students, Honorable teachers and professors of Iran, on the beginning of the New Academic Year, I salute you. I wish you a year filled with academic and scientific successes.

 

Fellow compatriots, friends of the Iranian Resistance, I salute you for your demonstration and perseverance. The people of Iran are proud of you.
I would like to thank the distinguished personalities who have joined this rally in solidarity with the Iranian people’s Resistance.Your gathering today, echoes the cries of the people of Iran as well as the voice of human society dismayed by the admission

By Hollie McKay

While Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addressed the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday, thousands of Iranian expats rallied outside to call for an end to the Islamic republic's brutal regime."We want the American people to know that the Iranian people do not want a clerical regime," said Sonia Samsami, the U.S. Representative of the National Council of Resistance to Iran.

LIVE: Sept, 20, 2017 - Senator Joseph Lieberman also addressed the huge crowed of Iranian Americans at the great rally in NYC in front of the UN Plaza to say No to Rouhani at the UNGA. The Senator said during past two years that the nuclear agreement was negotiated nothing has been done to improve the human rights in Iran. And the President Trump was right to say that Iranian regime is the biggest threat the region and the world.

 

In a portion of his address to the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly on September 19, U.S. President Donald Trump made remarks about the people of Iran and the religious fascism ruling the country. He accurately attested to the fact that “the longest-suffering victims of Iran's leaders are, in fact, its own people.” He also said, “The entire world understands that the good people of Iran want change.”

 

An elaborate artistic street play, symbolizing the 11,000 protests across Iran over the past year, will be performed during the rally of thousands of Iranian-Americans outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.Simultaneous with the debate at the United Nations General Assembly,the protesters will condemn the presence of the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani in New York to address the UN.

With her penetrating gaze, she looks around. After hearing the questions, she reflects for a moment and begins replying with a sweet smile. The passage of time and life’s adversities have not affected her cheerfulness nor her expressive words, perhaps because she made her decision years ago and pledged to fight as long as it may take.And this is how she describes her life story: My name is Sahar Gholamali.  I was born in Evin Prison

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI, (the Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK) held its annual Congress simultaneously in Tirana and five other countries. On the PMOI’s 52nd anniversary, the Congress elected Ms. Zahra Merrikhi as its new Secretary General. Ms. Zohreh Akhyani, the Secretary General since 2011, chaired the Congress.According to the PMOI’s bylaws, the Secretary General is elected to a renewable term of two years.

By Kasra Nejat

Iran, the country I come from, has been at the center of the crises riddling the Middle East for the past four decades. The reason is the rule of a clerical regime that is geared toward causing instability in the region in order to secure its hold on power and prevent its overthrow by the Iranian people.Unfortunately, in the past,