The American Thinker published on Saturday an account of a conference held last week in Paris on the massacres that have been perpetrated by the Iranian and Syrian regimes. 

The following is the text of the op-ed which was published on December 3, 2016: 

In addition to last month’s report from the UN Secretary-General detailing the increase in human rights violations in Iran, two recently escaped dissidents narrated their personal histories of abuse, and claimed the nuclear deal is only empowering the regime to be more repressive and expansionist, said The Washington Times.

Has the Iran Lobby Set its Sights on the Trump Administration?

Far from any rhetoric, pro or con, Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan a director in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Baltimore, examines the recent actions of Iran Lobby. In his column, published in ‘Townhall’ Nov 30, 2016, the following is full text:

NCRI - Renowned French Bishop Jacques Gaillot spoke at a major event in Paris on Saturday November 26th. The event was attended by people from different countries, many important figures spoke, calling for an end to the impunity the Iranian regime is enjoying despite being responsible for some of the most horrendous crimes against humanity.

NCRI - On Saturday November 26, a group of political prisoners in Iran in a letter addressing the organizers, guests and participants in a conference held on Saturday in Paris that called for accountability of the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre in Iran.

The following is the excerpts of the letter:

“Salute and greetings to all organizers, fellow participants and particularly guests form across the world,

On Saturday 26th November 2016, Al-Arabiya TV published a report regarding a conference held in Paris on Saturday.

The report reads:"the political figures and legal organizations called for the referral of the case to international courts regarding the increasing number of executions in Iran. They also stressed on prosecuting the Iranian authorities who committed killings and mass executions."

20.00: This concludes the live updates to this page about the Paris conference demanding justice for the victims of the #1988massacre in #Iran and the ongoing massacre of innocent people in #Syria.

19.57: A video clip is being shown about the mass graves in Iran where the victims of the 1988 massacre were secretly buried. There is also a live performance in addition to the video clip.

Maryam Rajavi: The international community must end its silence and inaction vis-à-vis the mullahs' crimes in Iran and the region

Any solution seeking to end Daesh is conditional on complete eviction of the Iranian regime from the region, particularly from Syria. The people of Iran loathe this filthy war and stand by the people of Syria.

Trump and his team know the nuclear deal may have postponed Iran's ability to produce a nuclear bomb, but they also know that this has not made the world a safer place, wrote Struan Stevenson, in an article published by UPI on Nov.21. The Following is the full text of the article.

NCRI - The former Jordanian Minister and Ambassador, Bassam al-Amoush in an interview with NCRI on November 18th, 2016 discussed Iran's meddle in the region and stated: “Iran’s meddle in the region is not only limited to occupying the lands but it also overheats and ignites the sectarian sedition as well as a religious war to divide Muslims."