Maryam Rajavi

Maryam Rajavi Live: International Women’s Day

Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the NCRI speaks at the International Women’s Day Conference in Berlin:

Madame Rajavi commended  all the women activists at the forefront of the battle for gender equality has reached a new level of perseverance and steadfastness.

Additionally Madame Rajavi notes that international community cannot defeat fundamentalism unless it targets the epic center of fundamentalism: the mullahs.


Human Rights Day Speech – Maryam Rajavi

At the Human Rights Day 2014 conference at the European parliament, Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance gave an inspiring speech.

“To stop Iranian regime from obtaining the nuclear bomb, the West needs to show resolve.”

“This nuclear program enjoys no legitimacy before the Iranian people. According to government figures, 12 million of Iranian people suffer from hunger. They do not want this program to continue.”

Watch the full speech:


American Students Among Participants Of Rouhani Demonstration

Hundreds of Iranian opposition supporters gathered in New York City today to protest Iran President Hassan Rouhani’s attendance at the U.N. General Assembly.  The demonstration had a large number of students in attendance.  Hassan Rouhani promised in a 10-point declaration, made on 30 May 2013, to look into the demands of ethnic minorities.  Rouhani did not keep his promise.  In fact, repression and discrimination against minorities dramatically increased.

Speech’s were made by:

Senator Robert Torricelli

Senator Tom Daschle

Governor Bill Richardson

Ambassador John Bolton

Kerry Kennedy

 Follow #No2Rouhani on Twitter to see more photos from the demonstration.

Paris Public Prosecutor Confirms False Charges Against Iranian Resistance

On September 16, after 14 years of fabricated information, false allegations, and false testimonies, the counterterrorism investigative judge of Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office confirmed the falseness of all charges and ordered an end to the prosecution of the Iranian Resistance.

Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the NCRI, said the decision was a “victory of justice and resistance over collaboration” between France and Iran, according to ABC News.  Read Elaine Ganley’s full report on ABC News.

Today, Maryam Rajavi and other members of the NCRI, gathered to address the media in a press conference in Pairs.  Maryam Rajavi spoke of the great victory and answered questions from the press.  Supporters are using the hashtag #Victory4PMOI on Twitter to tweet their support for Maryam Rajavi and follow the latest updates from the conference.  An amazing outpouring of support has already been seen.  #Victory4PMOI is now trending on the world trend.

Supporters can receive live updates and photos from the conference by following the Twitter hashtag: #MaryamRajavi.

Maryam Rajavi Interviews With Al Arabiya News

In a recent interview with Al-Arabiya TV, Maryam Rajavi, answers questions regarding the current political situation in Iran, what the Iranian people want and ISIS.    Although Maryam Rajavi supports the Syrian and Iraqi revolutions, she does not support them militarily: “The Syrian people and the Iraqi people are suffering from the dictatorship of the clerical regime in Iran more than anything else.”

Maryam Rajavi clarifies that the issue with ISIS is that “they are an extremist group that exercises assassinations and bombs shrines of Imams and Prophets and displaces Christians.”  She goes on to say that the propaganda used by the clerical regime to mislead the citizens and as an attack agains the Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization.

The propaganda of the clerical regime talks about unity between the Mojahedin-e-Khalq and ISIS, in bid to
making this propaganda a tool for the attack against Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization.  Mrs. Rajavi proclaims:

“This is not a fact, however our cause is not about Shiites and Sunnis. We consider Sunnis our brothers and sisters. Islam that we believe in is far from the sectarianism; the holy Qoran says: ‘O People of the Scripture, come to a word that is equitable between us and you.’ There is also a far distance between the Prophet Muhammad’s teachings and revenge, as  when the Prophet opened Mecca, he issued an order to pardon his enemies. The ordeal of sectarian came to the region with the arrival of the clerical regime. We believe that our brothers and sisters from the Sunnis are like our brothers and sisters from the Shiites and other religions. They should have equal rights with others. We respect them and they must be partners in power in Iran, Iraq, and all other countries in the region.”


Watch the full interview online here: Maryam Rajavi Talks Iranian Politics – Al Arabiya News
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General Shelton: Stop Rewarding Iran for Lying

On August 6, General Shelton published an article on Newsweek titled, “To Stop Iran Gaining Nukes, Stop Rewarding It for Lying.”  General Shelton, who attended the international gathering calling for Democratic Change in Iran back in June, commended President-elect Maryam Rajavi, for demanding the entire nuclear program Iran be shut down.

“Rajavi had a valid point when she said that if the mullahs had the will, six months would have been sufficient to reach a comprehensive agreement on nuclear weapons development. The time for gesturing and posturing by Tehran is over. The mullahs should have forfeited their drive for nuclear weapons years ago. No one should be rewarded for stalling and haggling. Why should the mullahs be? One can only wonder why the Obama administration does not get it.”

In the article, General Shelton declares that the Iranian Resistance is the only viable alternative to the ‘tyrannical and unelected theocracy’ ruling Iran.

General Shelton’s main message, that while this regime is still in power, America must lead by example and stop rewarding Iran’s ‘lying’ mullahs:

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has openly bragged on Iranian television that he deceived the international community about Iran’s nuclear ambitions and capabilities while he served as the regime’s chief negotiator. If past is prologue, we are turning a blind eye to his behavior at our own peril.

President-elect Maryam Rajavi has repeatedly warned the dangers of not holding the Iranian Regime accountable for their actions: “‘the international community’s weakness, delays, and compromises’ will enable Khamenei to once again resort to deception and duplicity.”

Fox News Exclusive Interview With Maryam Rajavi


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Maryam Rajavi in an exclusive interview with Fox News | Conference for Democratic Change in Iran

In an exclusive interview with Fox News, President-elect Maryam Rajavi expresses to Eric Shawn that she is confident that mullah’s religious dictatorship will not last in the 21st century:

“I am confident that the mullahs’ religious dictatorship ruling Iran will not last in the 21st century and will be overthrown,” predicts the group’s leader, Maryam Rajavi. “It really begs logic to expect this religious dictatorship, the founder of terrorism and fundamentalism in the whole of the region and is seeking nuclear weapons, to take international policy hostage, to continue and endure.”

Maryam Rajavi continues…

“The mullahs do not represent the Iranian people,” she said. “What the Iranian people are yearning for and what represents them, is an Iran which the Iranian resistance envisions: an Iran which is free, democratic and where the ballot box speaks, a non-nuclear Iran, with gender equality, where women and men and youth enjoy equal rights and do not threaten and endanger the world with war and challenges.”

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Maryam Rajavi during exclusive Fox News Interview at Annual Conference for Democratic Change in Iran

The efforts of Maryam Rajavi, along with the NCRI and PMOI, have gained widespread support from the United States Congress. Many of the former high-ranking U.S. officials attended the recent Annual Conference for Democratic Change in Iran, in support of Maryam Rajavi:

  • 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 (video message at conference)
Eric Shawn

Eric Shawn of Fox News Attends Annual Conference for Democratic Change in Iran

Again, Maryam Rajavi expresses her confidence to Eric Shawn in the movement for Democratic Change in Iran:

“The experience is out there, including in the history of the United States, such as George Washington and the people of America who decided to stand up to colonialism to gain independence, such as Abraham Lincoln and the price he paid and the wars he waged to abolish slavery and the price the people of America paid during the time of Dr. Martin Luther King for civil rights and the struggle of the people of America for the freedom of women. These are all historical experiences and I am, therefore, confident. My experience, and that of the Iranian people tell us that when a people, a nation decides to fight and pay the price for the rights it deserves, such as democracy, freedom and equality, when it decides to fight for these pay the price, for values which shine in history of all human societies … it will certainly achieve it.”

Watch Eric Shawn’s interview with Maryam Rajavi on Fox News Online.

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