In a grand gathering in Tirana, Albania, on the occasion of the Persian New Year, the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi wished that the New Year would be the year of breaking the chains of the religious fascism ruling Iran.
NCRI - Making his address for Nowruz (the Iranian New Year) in Tirana, Albania, John Bolton, the former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. appeared on the stage and Speaking to members of the People's Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the National Council of Resistance, and guests from Albania, France and United States, he expressed delight to be among the Iranian opposition members in the great country of Albania.
In a grand gathering on the occasion of the Persian New Year, the Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi congratulated all Iranians in Iran and abroad. She wished that the New Year would be the year of breaking the chains of the Velayat-e Faqih regime, the looming of the spring of freedom and national sovereignty, the failure of the mullahs' belligerence in the region, and the year of emancipation of the defenseless people of Syria from the clutches of that brutal regime.
NCRI - March 15th, 1993 marks the day when Mohammad Hossein Naghdi, a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), was assassinated in Italy by Iranian intelligence agents.
Political prisoners in hall 12 of ward 4 in Karaj’s Gohardasht Prison, west of Tehran, celebrated “Fire Festivities” marking the last Tuesday night of the Iranian calendar year, expressing their hatred of the mullahs’ regime chanting “Death to Dictator” and “Death to Mullahs’ Regime”. These celebrations were held despite intense pressures and restrictions imposed by the Iranian regime. Prison authorities had also deprived the prisoners any fresh air time.
Today March 15, 2017 Struan Stevenson, President of European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA), issued a press release, concerning the appointment of a war criminal, as Iran regime’s ambassador to Iraq as follows:
Maryam Rajavi's remarks at IWD roundtable discussion: Women in Leadership, the Experience of the Iranian Resistance
The Iranian women's struggle for freedom and equality has lasted one-and-a-half centuries. Iranian and Western historians who have studied the developments of the past 150 years in Iran have clearly attested to this reality.
Simultaneous with the international conference on the occasion of the International Women's Day in Tirana, Albania, an elaborate photo exhibition was put on display on the history of 150 years of Iranian women's struggle for freedom.