French MPs Support Iran’s Opposition

Nima 19 May 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 19 May 2011 – A majority of Members of Parliament in the French National Assembly released a statement in support of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), The main Iranian opposition movement based near Paris.

The statement that was released at a press conference in Paris, yesterday called on the French government to “recognize the resistance against the religious dictatorship in Iran" and to "consider establishing a dialogue with the NCRI.”

Iran Hangs Two on Charges of Moharebeh

Nima 18 May 2011

Fathi Brothers hanged Thuesday May 17Stop Fundamentalism, May 18, 2011 - The Iranian regime hanged two political prisoners, Mohammad and Abdullah Fathi, 27 and 28 years old, Tuesday May 17 on charges of Moharebeh.  The two were brothers.

The execution was carriedout in Isfahan’s Dastgerd prison early in the morning.

Moharebe is a political allegation meaning waging war on God.  Thousands of political prisoners have been executed in Iran for Moharebeh since the Iranian regime came to power 1979.  The 1988 massacre claimed the lives of 30,000 political prisoners.

Their father said that the two, “suffered the same fate as those who were executed for visiting their family members in Camp Ashraf in Iraq.” He was himself a political prisoner during the 80’s along with his brother.   

Iran’s Human Rights Abuse Calls for Strong Action

Nima Sharif 11 May 2011

Nima Sharif
The United States should pressure Iran to respect freedom of its citizens and stop its severe acts of human rights abuse.  A firm stance by president Obama and his administration along with the US Congress will bring renewed courage to the Iranian street demonstrators further weakening the theocratic rule and prevent spread of fundamentalism as the Arab Spring thrusts forward.

Iranian regime steps up arrests and Executions

Nima 06 May 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 6 April, 2011 - Amid faceoff between Ali Khamanei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic, and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian government steps up public executions and political arrests.

In recent days, 8 people have been executed in various cities in Iran, 2 of them said to be juvenile offenders.

AI – Three killed in Iran Protesters Clash With Police

20 April 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 19 April, 2011 – Amnesty International called on the Iranian authorities to investigate clashes between security forces and protesters from the Ahwazi Arab region which has left three people dead according to AI.

Iraqi MP: MEK in Iraq Are Refugees, Protected Under Geneva Conventions

Nima Sharif 17 March 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 17 March, 2011 - A member of Iraqi Parliament, Neda al-Jabouri told the Iraqi media that the Iranian regime continues to pressure the Iraqi government to violate the human rights of the residents in Camp Ashraf.

Residents of Camp Ashraf are mainly members of the Iranian opposition group Mujahedeen-e-Khalq organization (MEK).

"While the residents must be protected against abuses, many of the patients at the camp are being deprived of medicine and medical treatment due to the unjust siege laid on them by Baghdad," Said al-Jabouri to Baghdad Daily.   She described the installation of 210 loudspeakers around the camp's premises and other violation committed against the residents as "shameful action by Iraqi government  meant to subject the residents to pressure and torture."

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