Photo exhibit of Iran protests martyrs in Stockholm Dec 10
Iran Uprising – No. 50
VOICING SUPPORT FOR THE IRAN UPRISING, URGING THE UN TO DISPATCH FACT-FINDING MISSION TO VISIT THOSE ARRESTED
On Human Rights Day, Iranians residing in the Netherlands gathered outside the Dutch Parliament, voicing support for the Iranian people’s uprising and deploring the European countries’ silence and inaction vis-à-vis the massacre of protesters in Iran.
They demanded that the Netherlands and the European Union decisively condemn the clerical regime, underscoring that economic and political ties with the religious fascism ruling Iran are illegitimate and must stop. The protesters marched from the Parliament to the Foreign Ministry building and lighted torches to pay homage to the martyrs of the uprising.
The same day, Iranian supporters of the Resistance organized an exhibition of the pictures of the martyrs in the Iran uprising and those massacred in 1988 outside the Swedish Parliament in Stockholm. In addition to Iranians, many residents and personalities in Stockholm visited the exhibition and paid respects to the martyrs.
Replying to @DowlatNowrouzi and 12 others
Stockholm Dec-10 #HumanRightsDay
Photo Exhibition in commemoration of 1000 martyrs incl women & minors who were indiscriminately shot & killed by Mullahs at #IranProtests
12000 in regime’s prisons waiting 4 torture & execution
Call on EU 2 #StopIranBloodshed & #FreeAllProtesters
View image on Twitter
19:53 – 10 Dec 2019
Twitter Ads information and privacy
31 people are talking about this
Iranians also held a gathering at Helvetziaplatz in the Swiss capital, Bern, to voice solidarity with the Iran uprising and demand the condemnation of the mullahs’ crime against humanity.
Earlier, supporters of the People’s Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK) staged gatherings and protests to express support for the November Iran uprising and condemn the violent and deadly suppression of the Iranian people and youths. They urged the international community and the United Nations Security Council to implement the call on the UN by Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), to dispatch a fact-finding mission to Iran to visit the prisons and those arrested.
These protests and gatherings were held in London, Rome, Hamburg, Brussels, Stockholm, Oslo, The Hague, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Vienna, Bern, Arhus, Washington, DC, Dallas, San Francisco, Ann Arbor, Toronto, Ottawa, and Canberra, Australia.
Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
December 11, 2019