U.S House Majority Supports the Iranians Resistance and Fight for Freedom

U.S House Majority Supports the Iranians Resistance and Fight for Freedom
Iranian resistance including the NCRI and MEK, have gained massive support to overthrow this regime.
U.S House Majority Supports the Iranians Resistance and Fight for Freedom

The Organization of the Iranian American Communities (OIAC) recently took part in a virtual conference, which senior U.S. lawmakers and important personalities attended.

Its purpose was to initiate House Resolution 374, aimed at countering the Iranian regime’s threats, United States policy, and what tactics were required to enable support for the Iranian masses as they fight for freedom.  While this resolution is being unveiled, Iranian society has had to put up with several unbearable crises, including the unpredicted COVID-19 pandemic, financial hardship, and particularly the regime’s repressive, brutal tactics used to stop further protests like those that took place in 2019, which ended in 1,500 lives being lost,

Iranian society is waiting for the opportunity to grab freedom

Res. 374 is supported by most of the members of the U.S. House of Representatives from 41 states and 12 committees which includes the following:

  • The House Committees of Foreign Relations,
  • Armed Services,
  • Homeland Security, Appropriations,
  • Select Committee on Intelligence.
  1. Res. 374 has been placed in Mike Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State’s, pigeonhole this week, which includes the names of 220 co-sponsors and a policy suggestion that needs immediate attention.

The resolution aimed at resolving threats made by the current regime

This suggested solution depends upon the Iranian people. So far, the Iranian resistance including the NCRI and (PMOI / MEK Iran), has gained massive support to overthrow this regime. Because of this show of support, the regime is focusing on oppressing the supporters by preventing protests, instigating arrests, and inflicting torture and even death on these opposition forces.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi sent a clear message to the video conference stating that because of this Resolution and its support by most members of Congress, it shows how the American people support the Iranian people’s wish for a free Iran, which means:

  • the separation of state from religion;
  • respect for the rights of all ethnic groups;
  • gender equality;
  • a republic based on the people’s freedom to vote;
  • a non-nuclear Iran.

Mrs. Rajavi said in her address that she was, “delighted that most lawmakers have condemned the terrorist activities of the mullahs’ regime through its so-called diplomatic missions and terrorist-diplomats.  The Iranian Resistance commends the call to hold the mullahs accountable and to adopt decisive measures, such as the closure of the regime’s centers of espionage and terror in Europe, including in Albania.”

What members of the congress said:

  • Tom McClintock, (R-CA) a congressman who sponsored this resolution said he condemned the regime’s destabilizing activity and calls them acts of terrorism against the Iranian resistance which mustn’t be tolerated.
  • Congressman Brad Sherman (D-CA), another co-sponsor, said of the H. Res. 374 that the time is drawing closer for the Iranian people to be able to enjoy a non-nuclear, secular and democratic Iran. He said it was unacceptable to oppress peaceful protesters and violent acts taking place overseas must be stopped and progress towards a free, prosperous, and nuclear-free Iran.
  • Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) said that she stands with the Iranian people who are seeking a democracy free of terrorism.
  • Congressman Joe Wilson (R-GA) told the Iranian Resistance members and supporters that they were an inspiration because of how they had sacrificed their family and friends to move closer to a free Iran.

This resolution coincides with the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres’ report to the Security Council which confirmed that the missiles that were used in a few attacks on oil installations and an international airport in Saudi Arabia came from Iran.

Res. 374, signed by most of the U.S. House of Representatives, is summarized with the following statements:

  • “calls on relevant United States Government agencies to work with European allies, including those in the Balkans, where Iran has expanded its presence, to hold Iran accountable for breaching diplomatic privileges, and to call on nations to prevent the malign activities of the Iranian regime’s diplomatic missions, to close them down, including the Iranian embassy in Albania.”
  • “condemns past and present Iranian state-sponsored terrorist attacks against United States citizens and officials, as well as Iranian dissidents, including the Iranian regime’s terror plot against the ‘Free Iran 2018 – the Alternative’ gathering in Paris.”
  • “recognizes the rights of the Iranian people and their struggle to establish a democratic, secular, and non-nuclear republic of Iran.
  • “stands with the people of Iran who are continuing to hold legitimate and peaceful protests against an oppressive and corrupt regime.”