Iranian Opposition TV Gets Record Backing

Abbas Rezai | Posted 31.01.2013 | UK Politics
Abbas Rezai

This weekend's telethon was met with an unprecedented enthusiasm. Callers phoned from Europe, US, Australia, Canada... but most importantly from Iran.

Justice Prevails as Clinton Removes Ban on Iran Opposition

Struan Stevenson | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK Politics
Struan Stevenson

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.

Time to Empower Iranian and Syrian Resistance

Hossein Abedini | Posted 30.04.2012 | UK Politics
Hossein Abedini

The Group of Friends of Syria came together for conference in Paris last Thursday to coordinate their efforts in finding a very much-needed solution to the humanitarian crisis in Syria.

Don't Trust the Iraqi Government's Words over Ashraf!

Naghmeh Rajabi | Posted 14.03.2012 | UK
Naghmeh Rajabi

The situation of Camp Ashraf, home to 3400 Iranian dissidents in Iraq, has been a major focus point for many around the world over the past year. The ...

Camp Ashraf: A Human Tragedy for Christmas?

Abbas Rezai | Posted 28.01.2012 | Home
Abbas Rezai

The issue of Ashraf is on the agenda of EU's Foreign Minister Council this Thursday, 1 December. What position they take will be crucial for the fate of the 3000 refugees in Ashraf who could see their last Christmas if Iraq fulfils its commitment to Tehran to eliminate them

The Democratic Governments and UN Leaders should take urgent actions to prevent a massacre at Camp Ashraf in less than 40 days

Hossein Abedini | Posted 25.11.2011 | UK Politics
Hossein Abedini

On Friday 18 November, the Government of Iraq (GoI) orchestrated in coordination with the Iranian regime's embassy in Iraq a despicable show outside Camp Ashraf, home to 3400 Iranian opposition members, portrayed as a "massive demonstration" by Iraqi citizens calling for the expulsion of Ashraf residents from Iraq.

My Aunt, the Iranian Heroine

Naghmeh Rajabi | Posted 20.11.2011 | UK
Naghmeh Rajabi

It was an early Friday morning. I woke up with the sound of the radio in our living room and the worried voice of my father who was trying to get a hold on an important news through the statics that the Iranian regime was throwing in to block the opposition broadcast. I had never seen my parents that distraught and devastated.

US Rally Calls for Protection of Iranian dissidents

Hossein Abedini | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK
Hossein Abedini

In an effort to prevent a humanitarian disaster, thousands of Iranians held a rally outside the US State Department to call for the protection of 3,40...

My Message to Secretary Clinton, de-list the MEK

Brian Binley | Posted 26.10.2011 | UK Politics
Brian Binley

If ever there was a time for State of State Hillary Clinton to remove the main Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin (MEK / PMOI) from the US list of terrorist organisations, today is that day.

Good Morning Mr Obama, Do You Understand Iran?

Peter Martindale | Posted 25.10.2011 | UK Politics
Peter Martindale

As The Obama administration continues to favour the Iranian regime of the ayatollahs, over the Iranian people, one has to question how in command of the reality of the situation, the President of the USA is. .

Secretary Clinton, Innocent Lives Depend on Your Decision

Siavosh Rajizadeh | Posted 22.10.2011 | UK Politics
Siavosh Rajizadeh

Time is running out and the US seems to hold the key to save the lives of the 3,400 innocent, unarmed civilians with Secretary Clinton delisting the MEK and paving the way to a humanitarian resolution of the crisis in Camp Ashraf.

UN, US and UK Must Protect Camp Ashraf

Brian Binley | Posted 25.09.2011 | UK
Brian Binley

The PMOI, Iran's largest opposition group, has been resident at Camp Ashraf for over 20 years and was until 2009 protected by the US military following the ousting of Saddam Hussein. Since 2009 the 3,400 residents have come under the control of an Iraqi government determined to close the camp at all costs in order to please their Iranian mentors.

Avoid Another Srebrenica at Camp Ashraf

Lord Corbett | Posted 19.09.2011 | UK
Lord Corbett

At first glance, the massacre of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica almost two decades ago has little in common with the plight of some 3,500 dissident Iranians at a place called Camp Ashraf in Iraq. But a closer look shows the opposite.