Paris, Novermber 17, 2012 - My friends, I know it has been said several times, I know you’re going to hear it many more times today, but it sounds so good, forgive me if I say it myself: the FTO is repealed, the opposition is united, and now the fight goes on to Tehran for a free Iran.
The fact that the FTO was unjust, the reality that it never should have happened makes our success no less significant. As a diastral community, with friends on every corner of the globe, we worked, we united, and we have brought under the singular leadership of the PMOI the cause of Iranian freedom.
It is darkest hour, words that free people will always remember, Winston Churchill said to his people after their victory in their battle of Britain, “This is not the end, it is not the beginning of the end but, it is the beginning.”
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Thank you very much. Viva Ashraf! Viva Ashraf! Viva Liberty! Thank you very much and thank you to our host and let me say what an honour to be in this capital, The Hague. For those around the world, the word Hague means the court of final justice. The International War Crimes tribunal is here in this city.
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Mr. President, Professor Dehaang, President of Dutch Friends of a Free Iran, Mr. Fan Bomel, Mr. Peter Ounszicht, Mr. Boymer, and honourable Dutch parliamentarians and personalities, Congressman Patrick Kennedy, Colonel Martin and Mr. Juan Garces, dear Syrian friends and brothers, ladies and gentlemen
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Ladies and gentlemen, good evening, I enjoy to be in Hague, the capital of the international law, and I will speak in terms of law and the role that the law is playing in this fight in the Middle East particularly in Iraq concerning the Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf, now in Camp Liberty.
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Thank you very much. The more you applaud the less time I would have to continue. Thanks God and to the previous speakers who discussed a lot of the details about what is going on in Ashraf and Liberty and particularly with respect to situation in Iran and what needs to be done, and what would be international community right policy in dealing with Iran. If I am allowed I think it will be the best to mention some of the things that have not been touched on by the previous speakers.
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Juan, I appreciate your outstanding presentation and there was specific reason I asked that I be allowed to come directly after Juan. He has given you the legal rights of what should be legal and what should be the right thing to do. Together we work as he goes through the legality, it opens the door for me to go to humanity. I would like to say when we do bring al-Maliki for trial I do hope you be on the prosecution team, and I do hope you will immediately call on me to be one of the prime witnesses against Nouri al-Maliki for what he has done for Ashraf and what he has done for all of Iraq to include his secret detention facilities and the torment and the horror he has brought to the Iraqi people. Saddam was replaced but we got nothing better. We got Nouri al-Maliki.
The Hague, October 30, 2012 - Thank you very much ladies and gentlemen, Just as Colonel Martin said I find great inspiration in joining with those who demonstrate every time in front of American Embassy, in front of Dutch Parliament to ask attention for the fate of those living, your relatives, living in Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty. Although we stand there every time, it is hard to understand why the Dutch press ignores the situation in Ashraf and Liberty.
Brussels, October 3, 2012 - Following the removal of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK) from the US terrorism list, on Wednesday October 3rd, the Friends of a Free Iran intergroup in the European Parliament discussed in a meeting in the European Parliament headquarters in Brussels the consequences of this delisting and next necessary steps that have to be adopted.
Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian resistance addressed this session that was attended by dozens of MEPs from all political groups and chaired by Struan Stevenson President of European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq. A panel of eminent speakers included Alejo Vidal-Quadras, European Parliament Vice President, Jim Higgins, a member of the European Parliament's Bureau, Günter Verheugen, Vice President of the European Commission (2005-2010), Nele Lijnen, Chair of Belgian Senate's Committee on Equal rights, Marian Harkin MEP, Edit Bauer MEP, Romana Jordan MEP, Filip Kaczmarek MEP; and others. Participants stressed the following points:
ANNOUNCEMENT BY ORGANIZERS:
New York, September 26, 2012 - Ladies and gentlemen and supporters of the resistance of Liberty, congratulations. Congratulations to all of you who have come from near and afar, from California to Texas, from Florida to Illinois, from Mexico to New York. Together, here outside the United Nations headquarters, we are gathering together for this magnificent victory of the Iranian Resistance.
New York, September 26, 2012 - Hello, everybody. Welcome. Welcome to New York. It's so good to see all of you here and it's so good to know that the people of Iran will be represented today, not by President Ahmadinejad, but by you, the Democratic Opposition.
So, you may say, why are we here today? We're here today to say that Ahmadinejad does not speak for the people of Iran, only the people of Iran will speak for themselves. We're here today to say that while Ahmadinejad is at the UN, the people of Iran also deserve to be heard at the UN today. And we're here today to take satisfaction in the great campaign that all of you have waged to make sure that the Democratic Opposition in Iran has a voice politically. And today that voice is getting stronger thanks to the delisting of the MEK.
New York, September 26, 2012 - Good morning. Welcome to New York City, the capital of the world. Welcome to New York City, a day on which I am quite embarrassed for my city that this animal is speaking at the United Nations, on Yom Kippur, showing the United Nations total disregard for the Israelis, for the Jewish people, for the sentiments of the people of New York, and for the sentiments of all of us that believe in civil liberties, human rights. Time for a reality check of Ahmadinejad.
New York, September 26, 2012 - Thank you. First of all, obviously the first amendment is alive and well in New York City. Thank you all, ladies and gentlemen. First of all, I want to say thank you to the organizers of this event for giving me the opportunity to speak after Maryam Rajavi. This is a very difficult act to follow. Let us once again recognize that Maryam Rajavi will be loved and admired not only in the United States, but with the Iranians and around the world.
New York, September 26, 2012 - I want you to know here that of all the great politicians behind me, I am the youngest and the best looking, right? But where else can you get Newt Gingrich, Tom Ridge, John Bolton, Rudy Giuliani on the Republican side, and Bill Richardson, Patrick Kennedy, and Carolyn Maloney together. You know why we're together, because we're for democracy in Iran, because we're for the MEK. We are together because we support change in Iran.
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