The Church of England Newspaper - January 30th, 2011
An Iranian Christian group has condemned the executions of two Iranians this week.

On Monday, both Jafar Kazemi, 47, and Mohammad Ali Haj-Aqai, 62, were executed at Evin Prison in Tehran. They were accused of being affiliated with the anti-government movement known as the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI) and were executed under the “Moharebeh” – the agent which deals with those deemed ‘enemies of God’.

A young prominent Iranian political prisoner has written a letter honoring the memories of two activists recently executed by the Iranian regime, telling the regime that it cannot escape being overthrown even if it executes the last of freedom-lovers in prison, according to Harana news agency on Friday.

Behrouz Javid Tehrani is the only prominent student activist still imprisoned after the July 1999 student uprising.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM--(Marketwire - Jan. 28, 2011) - In an international conference on Iran, a bipartisan group of senior former US government officials, joined by prominent Members of the European Parliament, urged the United States to undertake a fresh approach to the Tehran regime.

They called for removal of the principal Iranian opposition movement, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) from the list of terrorist groups in the United States, while adding that urgent action was needed to protect the residents of Camp Ashraf in Iraq.

The Iranian regime is refusing to hand over the bodies of two political activists it executed barbarically on Monday to their families. Fearing an angry backlash from the Iranian people for the brutal hangings, the regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has secretly buried the bodies of Jafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj Aqaei, according to reports, without the prior knowledge of their families. The two men have been buried near their cities of birth.

EFE  - 25 Jan 2011 - A number of European and U.S. politicians today called for a firm stance against the Iranian regime over its nuclear program, although there was no consensus on the need to pursue diplomatic channels to stop its intentions to acquire nuclear weapons.

At an international conference held today in Brussels, an international panel of politicians discussed the Iranian nuclear program three days after the negotiations ended without agreement between Iran and the P5 +1 countries (U.S., Russia, China , France, Britain and Germany) in Istanbul, Turkey.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - January 25, 2011
The Mujahedin-e Khalq, Iran’s opposition group known by its initials MEK, is nothing if not well organized and funded. As U.S. and EU diplomats attempt, unsuccessfully so far, to convince Tehran to abandon its nuclear armament efforts, the MEK, also known as the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, has been taking an impressive road show of Iran policy experts around the world.

Session on
Camp Ashraf and Policy toward Iran
Brussels- 25 January 2011

In a conference on Tuesday afternoon 25 January 2011 titled “Camp Ashraf and Policy toward Iran”, a number of prominent American officials from President Clinton, President Bush and President Obama’s administrations as well as Ms. Irene Khan, former General Secretary of Amnesty International, and some members of the European Parliament’s Board of Directors, while condemning flagrant violation of human rights in Iran and aggression against Ashraf residents, called for their protection by the US forces and delisting the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) from the US terror list.

24 January 2011
Amnesty International has condemned the executions of two political activists who were arrested in September 2009 during mass protests following Iran's disputed presidential election..

Ja'far Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj Aghaei are reported to have been hanged this morning at Tehran’s Evin Prison. Both men had been convicted of moharebeh (enmity against God), “propaganda against the system” and having contacts with a banned opposition group, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI).

Maryam Rajavi: Clerical dictatorship’s vengeance against families of Ashraf residents and PMOI members in Iran

This morning, Monday, January 24, two political prisoners; Jaafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj-Aqai were executed in Tehran’s Evin prison upon the order of the clerical regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

AFP – 24-01-2011 - TEHRAN — Iran hanged on Monday two activists it said were members of an exiled group and who had joined protests against the result of the 2009 presidential poll, despite Washington urging that they be freed.

The executions were the first reported hangings of protesters who took to the streets in their thousands following the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a June 2009 election they said was rigged.