Monday June 26, 2017

Iranian-Americans Rally - Delist MEK, Protect Camp Ashraf Residents

Stop Fundamentalism – Hundreds of Iranian-Americans gathered yesterday in Front of the White House in Washington to call on President Obama and Secretary Clinton to remove the Iranian main opposition movement, Mujahedin-e Khaql or MEK, from the US Foreign Terrorist Organizations’ list and also to help protect residents of Camp Ashraf in Iraq.

Former Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom ridge, former Pennsylvania Governor, Ed Rendell, and also daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nontombi Tutu, spoke at the rally, on October 22.

Demonstrator were wearing yellow hats and waving yellow banners calling for protection of residents of Camp Ashraf where Iraqi government has set a deadline of end of the year to close the camp.  Iranian dissident fear the deadline would mean another assault on the camp and massacre may be looming.  Earlier this year, in April, 36 residents died after Iraqi forces raided the camp with live ammunition and armored vehicles.

President Obama, Up Hold the Law, Delist MEK

Nima Sharif
President Obama, the lives of 3400 Iranian refugees in Camp Ashraf, members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), rests in your hands.  They were wrongly designated as a terrorist organization during past administrations while they are truly a democratic resistance movement.  The Iranian regime and the government of Iraq that we helped to power now consider United State’s terrorist designation of the MEK as a license to kill.  Keeping MEK on the list is literally a green light for those governments to massacre all 3400 unarmed residents of Ashraf.

Sean Stone: Criticizing Iran is Like Saying Father Shouldn’t Hit His Kids

Sean Stone, actor and filmmaker and the son of Oscar-winning Oliver Stone is accompanied by Mellissa Carter, a film and television producer in Tehran, Iran to make a documentary movie.

Stop Fundamentalism - It seems film making business in Hollywood is in deep trouble nowadays and the movie capital of the world is losing its producers and staff to odd countries such as Iran.  And it seems those who are being exported out of the city are quite desperate and do anything and say anything to get a job.

Sean Stone, actor and filmmaker and the son of Oscar-winning Oliver Stone is accompanied by Mellissa Carter, a film and television producer, in Tehran, Iran to make a documentary movie.

Hollywood’s Oliver Stone, Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Oscars

Hollywood's Oscar winning Oliver Stone

Stop Fundamentalism, 9 September 2011 - The Oscar winning filmmaker Oliver Stone has been making some headlines in an odd place far away from Hollywood. Tehran that is and he is planning to make a move about, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran’s not so popular president.

Iranian Mehr News Agency reported this week that Sean Stone, the son of director Oliver Stone is currently in Tehran to make preparations for the filming.  He was supposed to have a press conference in Tehran on Wednesday but the conference was later canceled without any explanation.

Iranian Media: How to Tell a Lie – A Big Lie?

The presence of a crowd of thousands of Iranian exiles in front of the State Department in Washington, calling on the Secretary of State Clinton to remove the main Iranian opposition movement, Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), from the U.S. terror list, has certainly drawn considerable media attention during the past few days.  But one article, coming from a peculiar Iranian daily can be considered as a satire piece rather than a news article.

The Iranian daily, Keyhan reported on 29 August that only 25 showed up at the said demonstration siding with those in Washington who say MEK has no popular support!

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