In a statement released on January 28, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran has said that “It would be best if relations with the Iranian were to be made contingent upon a halt to executions and an improvement of human rights in Iran.”
Tahar Boumedra is the author of "The human rights situation in Iran: a challenge for international law", and is also the former director of the human rights office of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). He has recently written about the gross human rights abuses of the Iranian regime and says, “I find it incredible how Western governments, from a campaign whose promises remain to be met, engage in a race to mark their presence in Tehran and trigger lucrative contracts with a regime they consider to now be respectable.”
A global Muslim body on Thursday condemned the attacks on Saudi missions in Iran earlier this month and denounced the Iranian regime’s regional 'interference'.
Maryam Rajavi: Hassan Rouhani is travelling to Europe to cover up the regime's weakness and isolation. He is trying to put up a moderate face to cover up the executions in Iran and the mullahs' role in the massacre of Syrians.
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