By Iran Probe staff
Despite all the repression and the continuous atrocities of Iranian regime’s suppressive forces,
Despite the executions, and the inhuman torture going on in Iran’s prisons.
Despite Khamenei’s deceitful policies, including his use of the son of the deposed Shah,
Despite the still continuing appeasement policies,
and despite the unfair censorship imposed by some western media on the Mujahidin and the uprising of the Iranian people,
Neverthelessو the revolution of the Iranian people is moving ahead
The words of the notable Arab personalities in the conference, on the occasion of Ramadan in Paris, which was held with the presence of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, are indicative of this hopeful fact. It also sheds light on the fact that It is not just the Iranian people, but all the nations in the region, who have suffered from the reaction and terrorism of the mullahs’ regime.
Below is parts of speeches of participants in this conference:
Anise Boumedin, the first lady of Algeria (1965-1978), said referring to the Mojahidin: “We must support our brothers and sisters who are fighting for a just society and for a true Islam… The Iranian government, which relies on force, will sooner or later be overthrown “.
Sheikh Taysir Al-Tamimi, the former judge of the Palestinian Authority, explained the history of his acquaintance with the Mojahedin. He said: “I got to know my brothers and sisters in the People’s Mojahedin organization and their views, which is derived from real Islam and the Holy Quran, through the speeches of the leader of the Iranian resistance, Massoud Rajavi.” Former Palestinian judges considered the words of Massoud Rajavi to clarify the “contradiction between real Islam and Islam distorted by the mullahs who “promote extremism and terrorism”.
Nazir Hakim, one of the leaders of the Syrian National Alliance, pointed to the 10-point plan of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, “in which Iran is for all Iranians, and brings peace everywhere.” Nazir Hakim added, “Studding the content of the 10 point plan, you see, it offers peace to all the worlds and all the peoples.”
George Sabra, also one of the leaders of the Syrian National Coalition, pointed to the misconducts of the mullahs in the region and said, “Having expanded the murder and imprisonment inside Iran, mullahs’ regime extended their atrocities to the countries of the region, including our country Syria.”
. George Sabra defined “the voice and activities of the National Council of Resistance of Iran” as contrary to the brutality of the mullahs”. He emphasized, that now the mullahs are “trying to create fake alternatives” to prevent this voice from reaching more people “but they did not succeed”.
Anwar Malik, head of Algerian human rights watch and former Arab League rapporteur on Syria, said that the solution to Islamic fundamentalism is “only for us all to unite around the Iranian resistance under the leadership of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi.”
Sheikh Meskin, head of the Council of French Imams, also considered Mrs. Rajavi’s 10-point plan as a guarantee of “respect for human beings, justice, freedom and democracy”. He said: “When I see this program, I find myself in it as a Muslim.”
Hail Davoud, the former Minister of endowment of Jordan, said: “I salute the Mojahedin Khalq organization for their endeavor to achieve freedom and democracy in Iran and presenting a true and brilliant image of Iran and Islam.”
Conceivably one can find the reason for this support by Arab-Islamic personalities who, according to themselves, are the main victims of Iranian regime’s crimes under the cloak of Islam, in this phrase of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi’s speech at the same meeting, when she says: “Islam is the religion of freedom. For us, freedom of choice is a matter of belief and political issue.