Maryam Rajavi

The Harsh Truth: ISIL Is the Product of Iran's Theocracy and Assad's Dictatorship

Lord Maginnis | Posted 18.11.2014 | UK Politics
Lord Maginnis

For the West to acknowledge that there are at least two prominent enemies to freedom and stability in the Middle East would be a start. But by embracing one and opposing the other the West may disrupt the current flow of violence, but it will never halt the growth of extremism. As long as a Shiite theocracy remains in place in Iran, new Sunni extremists will always stand ready to compete with it for control over the soul of the Muslim world.

UK Parliamentary Delegation Urges Caution and Realism on Iran

Lord Maginnis | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Politics
Lord Maginnis

Several days ago a man with a neatly trimmed beard wearing a white turban, and professorial-looking rimless glasses featured prominently in Davos. Was it really Hassan Rouhani? Of course Rouhani is Iran's current Ayatollah-sanctioned President and should have every good reason to be at such a prestigious forum; however the man addressing Davos appeared only to share the real Rouhani's appearance.

Iran's Theatrical Elections

David Amess | Posted 29.05.2013 | UK Politics
David Amess

Just a few weeks from now, on June 14 will be a landmark day for the Islamic Republic of Iran, when Iranians will hold what they call "presidential el...

Iran's Election: A Choice Between Satan and the Devil?

Struan Stevenson MEP | Posted 27.07.2013 | UK Politics
Struan Stevenson MEP

If there was ever any doubt that the Iranian regime of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei was on its last legs, his government has now presented the ne...

Iran's Moment of Truth?

Lord Maginnis | Posted 13.05.2013 | UK Politics
Lord Maginnis

As Iran's Presidential elections approach, the fundamentalist regime finds itself in its most difficult dilemma since its inception more than 30 years...

West Should support Iranian Solution by Iranian Resistance for Iran's Crisis

Baroness Turner of Camden | Posted 16.01.2013 | UK Politics
Baroness Turner of Camden

There are various pressing issues for the second term of the US president Barack Obama. Right on the top of these challenges, Iran's nuclear program will dominate his foreign policy agenda.

Time to Empower the Iranian Resistance

David Amess | Posted 16.01.2013 | UK Politics
David Amess

The West have the answer, the only viable solution to neutralize the multiple Iranian threats is to recognize the NCRI as the legitimate representative of the Iranian people's aspirations and offer political and diplomatic support to the Iranian Resistance in their efforts to bring about a democratic change in Iran through toppling the current religious dictatorship ruling the country.

The Solution on Iran Enigma Might Have Come From an Unexpected Place

David Amess | Posted 23.12.2012 | UK Politics
David Amess

The recent victory of the main Iranian opposition movement, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) that succeeded in September in gett...

Democratic Change, the Only Viable Option for Iran

Hossein Abedini | Posted 12.10.2012 | UK Politics
Hossein Abedini

On Friday 28 September 2012, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton announced publicly her long-overdue decision to delist the main Iranian opposition ...

Justice Prevails as Clinton Removes Ban on Iran Opposition

Struan Stevenson MEP | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK Politics
Struan Stevenson MEP

After 15 years of court hearings and appeals, justice has finally prevailed and the PMOI has been removed from a list it should never have been on in the first place.

A New Game Plan for Iran

Brian Binley | Posted 02.11.2012 | UK Politics
Brian Binley

Whoever wins the November election, you can bet that Iran will be high on the priorities list of the next President, not least because time is running out and U.S. options are becoming increasingly limited.

U.S. and UN Should Carry Out Their Promises to Iranian Dissidents

Brian Binley | Posted 31.08.2012 | UK Politics
Brian Binley

As the Iraqi government was tightening the screws on the 3,400 Iranian dissidents at Camp Ashraf, the UN (with U.S. help) brokered a deal to move them to an abandoned U.S. Army base near Baghdad, where they would be processed as refugees for transfer to third countries.

Who is Telling the Truth About the Status of Residents of Camp Ashraf and Their Plight?

David Amess | Posted 11.05.2012 | UK Politics
David Amess

Camp Ashraf has been home to 3400 Iranian dissidents in Iraq for the past 25 years. The residents, men and women, are members of the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the principal Iranian opposition movement.

110 MPs Urge UN Secretary General to Protect Iranian Dissidents

David Amess | Posted 24.04.2012 | UK Politics
David Amess

A letter signed by 110 cross-party MPs and Peers was on Thursday delivered to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in Lancaster House urging him to ensure United Nations protection for 3,400 Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf, Iraq.

Democratic Change by Iranians, the Only Realistic Solution to Iran Crisis

David Amess | Posted 15.04.2012 | UK Politics
David Amess

As the situation inside and outside of Iran grows more worrisome, it is encouraging to see that those concerned about the threat that Tehran poses and about the humanitarian situation involving thousands of Iranian dissidents in Iraq, are coalescing around the need for actions by the world community that would further isolate Iran's rulers.

Regime Change in Iran: The Conditions Are Ripe

Lord Carlile | Posted 30.03.2012 | UK Politics
Lord Carlile

Ashraf residents must believe that theirs is a story of betrayal. It was the US, after all, that, after liberating Iraq, promised to protect them if they agreed to disarm. The US is out of Iraq, but the residents are far from safe. A second betrayal is now in the making. For a body such as the United Nations, silence in the face of oppression is nothing short of scandalous.

Preventing a Humanitarian Catastrophe at Camp Ashraf, From Word to Action

Baroness Turner of Camden | Posted 10.03.2012 | UK Politics
Baroness Turner of Camden

The last days of 2011 ended with a good humanitarian news; in theory at least. The case in point was the fate of 3300 defenseless Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf, Iraq.