Saba, Born in Prison, Lived and Died for Freedom in Camp Ashraf

Nima Sharif 23 May 2011

Saba HaftbaradaranNima Sharif
Under the rule of the Ayatollahs, Iran has seen one of the darkest periods of its history. But thanks to people like Saba Haftbaradaran, there is light at the end of the tunnel.

The Daily Telegraph story of life and death of Saba Haftbaradaran, a resident of Camp Ashraf in Iraq who died during the April 8 massacre, was both tragic and shocking.  Shooting at unarmed civilians is pure savagery.  There is no justification for that no matter what the Iraqi government and military says or what the Iranian regime alleges the residents of the camp to be.  Nouri al-Maliki will have to answer for committing crimes against humanity.  He must be brought to justice in an international court.

Iran Was Involved in New York Twin Tower Attack

Nima 20 May 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 20 May 2011 – Evidence have surfaced by the families of victims of September 11 showing Iran has played a key role in the New York’s 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center.

The Families called on the U.S. Government to declassify intelligence about Iran’s involvement.

"Today, nearly a decade after the attacks that took so many of our loved ones away, we believe the 9/11 families and the American people deserve to know the full truth about Iran's complicity," said attorney Thomas E. Mellon who represents families of the victims.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: ON THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

SF 20 May 2011

Following is a transcript of speech by President Obama on Middle East and North Africa:

Thank you. Thank you.  Thank you very much. Thank you. Please, have a seat. Thank you very much. I want to begin by thanking Hillary Clinton, who has traveled so much these last six months that she is approaching a new landmark -- one million frequent flyer miles.  I count on Hillary every single day, and I believe that she will go down as one of the finest Secretaries of State in our nation’s history.

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.   

Terror Charges against MEK Dropped

Stop Fundamentalism 12 May 2011

Stop Fundamentalism, 12 May, 2011 -  AFP reported Thursday that French prosecutors dismissed a long-standing terror charge against 24 members of the main Iranian opposition movement Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and the NCRI, both based near Paris, France.

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