Show your support on Human Rights Day 2015

International Human Rights Day 2015: Thursday December 10th.

Since the President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, took office in 2013, more than 2,000+ people have been executed. Hundreds more have been subjected to degrading and inhumane punishments including: amputation, flogging in public and paraded in streets.

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Voices of Iran: Joe Liska “I hold the Iranian Government responsible”

“I hold the Iranian Government responsible for the gross human right’s violation’s including 1000 plus executions a year. I have been a blogger for four year’s and have seen Iranian people be tortured,killed,and the women be treated like a dog.The act of throwing acid in the face of a woman that won’t wear a veil is (terroristic in nature ). I strongly condemn the heavy missile attack on Camp Liberty and the attack on MEK members.I have to question the U.S Government making a (Nuclear Deal ) with a country that has a “Death to American’s day”, and a government that terrorizes their people.The Iranian people are in a state of extreme fear and distress all the time and are afraid to speak out.Their prison’s are full of brave activist’s, christian’s,mother’s,father’s and a few American’s.

I often think of the story of Farinaz Khosravi, 26, a young girl who was a maid at a hotel in Mahabad.

Farinaz Khosravi | People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran Blog

Farinaz Khosravi, 26 years old, a young girl who was a maid at a hotel in Mahabad. She was working in a room when an Iranian agent attempted to sexually assault her.

She was working in a room when an Iranian agent attempted to sexually assault her. The young Farinaz had two options, (1) allow the assault to happen or (2) Jump four floor’s to her death.The young lady decided to try to jump and did not survive.On the following week demonstrators clashed with police after setting the hotel ablaze, throwing furniture from its rooms. Activists told the Kurdish ARA News that at least two protesters died and over 50 injured after Iranian riot police fired bullets at the crowd to disperse them.
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If Farinaz would have allowed the sexual assault to happen,she would have went to prison along with the suspect because neither of them were married (that’s if they believed her story).I have not heard of any arrest in this case as of today.

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Blogger Satter Beheshti who was beaten to death in prison.

I think of blogger Satter Beheshti who was beaten to death in prison and his mother who went off on a rant ” In the street’s of Iran”.I wonder if she is still alive or did the Iranian government kill her?
Cyber police interrogator Akbar Taghizadeh was sentenced to three years in prison, two years in exile, and 74 lashes for the murder of dissident blogger Sattar Beheshti, who died under torture while in police detention in November 2012 ( I don’t call that justice).
I believe the U.S government should listen to the NCRI and MEK member’s. I believe they hold the key to their people’s destiny.”

Joe Liska is the owner and author Joe’s Crime Blog/Human Right’s Site. With a background in Criminal Justice, Joe has written extensively on human rights, educating others on the important issues and latest news happening around the world. We thank Joe for sharing his thoughts with us and our readers, and look forward to reading his future pieces. Follow Joe on Twitter: @warpony2310.

Stay tuned, as we will be featuring more “Voices of Iran” in upcoming posts.  Have a story to share? Would you like your voice to be heard on our blog? We want to know! Leave a comment below or contact us on Twitter: @Rajavi4Freedom

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October 29: Camp Liberty was targeted by 80 rockets

On Thursday, October 29, Camp Liberty was targeted by a barrage of 80 rockets of various kinds resulting in loss of life of 23 residents.

Maryam Rajavi vehemently condemned missile attack on Camp Liberty:

Maryam Rajavi strongly condemned the heavy missile attack this evening on Camp Liberty and declared: The government of Iraq and the United Nations who signed a Memorandum of Understanding and built a Temporary Transit Location (TTL) since 2011, are formally and legally accountable for this attack. In our view, however, as was the case in the six previous bloodbaths in Ashraf and Liberty, the Iranian regime’s agents in the government of Iraq are responsible for this attack and the United States and the United Nations are well aware of this fact.

Maryam Rajavi added: We had already warned about such an attack. Recently, too, 26 members of the US House of Representatives and 32 prominent political and military American personalities as well as 70 members of the French National Assembly warned the US, UN and the EU on their responsibility in this regard.

Several world leaders and politicians condemned the attacks on social media.

See the recap of the initial outcry of those disgusted by the attacks on Twitter here.

Camp Liberty Rally

Rally Demands U.S. to Uphold Commitment to Camp Liberty

Last week representatives of the Iranian-American communities rallied outside The White House to demand that the United States uphold its commitments to the safety and security of the of Iranian dissidents residing in Camp Liberty, Iraq.  The rally took place as the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, was in Washington D.C. to meet with President Obama.

The United Nations Refugee Agency have declared Camp Liberty residents as persons of concern and protected persons under the Fourth Geneva Convention.  Speakers at the rally highlighted the 116 innocent refugees who have been killed in violent attacks on the camp at the commanded of the Iranian regime. Twenty-two Camp Liberty residents have also died because of the lack of access to proper medical treatment.

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Maryam Rajavi June Gathering 2014

Two Months Until June Gathering in Paris

June Gathering 2015

Only two months remain until the grand gathering of Iranians and supporters of resistance from all over the world, takes place in Paris on June 13.

The 2015 conference, “Regime Change in Iran, We Can and We Must,” will focus on the issues of human and women’s rights, fundamentalism, Camp Liberty and Iran nuclear talks.

Several world leaders and politicians from the United States and many other countries will be speaking at the conference.  Stay tuned for a full list of 2015 conference speakers.

The 2014 Annual Conference for Democratic Change in Iran drew thousands of youth supporters.  Given the large social presence the youth have online today, it easy for social media users to connect and weigh in on the issues that matter to them.  The 2014 Watch the highlights from the 2014 June Gathering, including clips from Maryam Rajavi’s speech:


2014 “All for Freedom” conference speakers included:

  • Rudolph Giuliani – Former New York City Mayor
  • Howard Dean – Former Vermont Governor and presidential candidate
  • John Bolton – Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations
  • Joseph Lieberman – Former Connecticut senator and vice presidential candidate
  • Mike Mukasey – Former U.S. Attorney General
  • Hugh Shelton – Former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General
  • George Casey – Army Chief of Staff General
  • Newt Gingrich – Former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and the
  • Presidential candidate for 2012 election
  • John Dennis Hastert – Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
  • Robert Torricelli – Former member of the U.S. Senate
  • Robert Joseph – Former U.S. Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security
  • Phillip J. Crowley – Assistant Secretary of State from 2009 – 2011
  • John McCain – Senior member of the U.S. Senate, Republican Presidential nominee in the 2008 election (provided video message at conference)