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Participation Front Condemns Israel attacks on Gaza Flotilla

Participation Front Condemns Israel attacks on Gaza Flotilla

Source: Norooz news: Participation Front’s Official Party News Website
Date: May 31, 2010

In the name of God, the Merciful and the Compassionate,

We are from God, and we reach towards him

The bloodcurdling criminal act of the Illegitimate Zionist regime by murdering tens of human right activists, is yet another black chapter in the wrong-doings of this usurper regime.

By stating its detestation from this criminal act, Islamic Iran’s Mosharekat party asks for the attention of all free thinkers, reformers, and defenders of human rights to the following matter: No one should expect a regime that is founded on belligerence and transgression to act with compassion and respect human rights. Naturally, governments and organizations who illegitimately support this cause of chios and instability in the region and leave it free to carry on such vicious acts are directly or indirectly responsible for this tragedy.
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Mousavi in Meeting Student Members of Islamic Revolution Mojahedin: Justice and Freedom are the Key Words of the Green Movement

Mousavi in Meeting Student Members of Islamic Revolution Mojahedin: Justice and Freedom are the Key Words of the Green Movement

Source: Emrooz
Date: Sunday, April 18, 2010

 Spreading the goals of green movement in universities

Mirhossein Mousavi in a meeting with members of student committee of Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution party provided an analysis of the current situation in the country. Referring to the great potentials of human resources in universities he continued: “The progress of Green Movement in universities has not been inhibited by suppression. On the contrary the existing situation has made the aspirations of the Green Movement more widespread within the universities. Today the political activism based on rationality is spreading in universities. Practical discussions on strengths and weaknesses [of the movement], in conjunction with contemplation and perseverance in continuing the green path is essential. The reason that the far-flung wave of arrests has not curbed the green movement is manifested in the key slogan shouted by people: “we are numerous.” This slogan is very important. There are three and half million students in universities [across the country] and the majority of them are aware that the road to greatness of [our] nation is in spreading the green waves of awareness and responsibility among the population. The students are children of public and so far have succeeded in raising awareness and informing the public. … Continue Reading

New Year Statement of the Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization

New Year Statement of the Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization

Source: Jaras
Date: Sunday, March 14, 2010

In the name of God, the Compassionate and the Merciful,

Noble people of Iran,

We approach the final days of the year 1388 when our nation’s determination and wisdom of our great nation to pursue all legal matters and rights is a source of great pride in our struggle against tyranny, humbling the world with its glory and dignity. This was a year in which the epic Green Movement stood for freedom and democracy, and in opposition to cruelty and violence; a year in which the clear-sightedness shown by you and your children and the despotic behavior of the blind and the power-hungry has played out in the form of a national tragedy – a tragedy that has left the unforgettable imprint of obscenities and wrong-doings in our national consciousness, alongside our most respected civil and religious rights. … Continue Reading

Statement of Association of Combatant Clerics on 22 Bahman

Statement of Association of Combatant Clerics on 22 Bahman

Source: The Association of Combatant Clerics
Date: Saturday, February 6, 2010

The amazing Islamic Revolution, which succeeded after many ups and downs and numerous incidents on Bahman 22nd, 1357 [February 11, 1979], has shown the greatness and the capacity of God’s religion [Islam] in providing freedom, dignity, and independence to a nation. In addition it has been the symbol of competence for the people with great honors throughout history. May God’s salutation be with this great nation and with its leader and grand founder Imam Khomeini, who was the symbol of this nation’s faith, power, honor, and freedom. We salute the pure spirit of all martyrs to whom this nation owes greatly. May God’s mercy be with the pure hearts of those who made sacrifices, the honorable martyrs’ families, and all men and women who always and devotionally have been and will be present in and play a role in our common fate.

The Islamic revolution was nation’s clear response to the call of their leader, who saw the religion as a mean to free people from despotism and colonialism. In his view religion recognizes people’s right to rule their fate. It demands essential rights, dignity, and respect for all the people who live in this country. In his view a government that is compatible with Islam should not only benefit Muslims, it should belong to all Iranian people regardless of their faith and beliefs.
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Statement of the Mojahedin of the Revolution Organization Regarding the Executions

Statement of the Mojahedin of the Revolution Organization Regarding the Executions

Source: Mojahedin of the Revolution Organization
Date: Monday, February 1, 2010

Have any of the judiciary officials thought of how their failure to defend their establishment from power-hungry and short-sighted political ‘expediencies’ could result in the people’s loss of confidence and trust in the fairness and commitment to justice of this establishment? Even aside from the worrying and deeply saddening news regarding how the [execution] verdicts for Arash Rahmanipour and Mohammad Reza Alizamani were issued, it would still be an undeniable fact that the judicial procedures for these two individuals were incompatible with the usual methods.

Today, the general public understanding is that the verdicts for these two cases were issued and carried out with political goals and the current [social] environment [in mind]. Such a thing signifies that in the critical eyes of the people, the judiciary has not responded to public doubt and accusations of its [lack of] impartiality.

The Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution Organization has asked the judiciary to answer [the following questions] with clarity and transparency: When exactly were these two people apprehended? What documents, evidence and tools have been acquired from them? What were their goals and what did they do to achieve them? Why have their trials been held along with those of the other recently-detained individuals? Why was there such a rush to carry out the verdict? Why has the judiciary been silent regarding  the propaganda seen on national television, which stresses the relationship of these executions to those detained during Ashura? Why…

Needless to say, as long as there are no clear responses to questions like these, the judiciary branch cannot hope for a more positive public opinion regarding what they do.

The Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization expresses its deep sorrow regarding the fact that judicial procedures were not followed for these two cases. Furthermore, this organization condemns the approval and rushed execution of the verdict, and asks that the judiciary issues a responseregarding the ambiguities that surround these two cases as soon as possible.

–Mojahedin of Islamic Revolution Organization

Statement by the Association of Combatant Clerics regarding Quds day

Statement by the Association of Combatant Clerics regarding Quds day

Source: The Association of Combatant Clerics
Date:  Sunday, September 13, 2009

Quds[1] Day is a protest against oppression; a condemnation of injustice, invasion and obstruction of human rights. All this is embodied in occupied Palestine. Quds Day is the legacy of the Honourable Imam Khomeini (may God’s mercy be upon him). It is the confirmation of our great nation’s promise to defend freedom, resistance, and human dignity. Quds Day is an anniversary to remember the oppressed Palestinians and all of the oppressed around the world; to reject invasion, occupation and oppression; to defend the freedom of dear Quds and to protect their right of self-determination. To commemorate this great anniversary, the Association of Combatant Clerics is inviting everyone to join in the rallies and also declares that its members will be in attendance, side by side with the people.

[1] Quds is Persian for the name of the city now called Jerusalem – a holy site for Jews, Christians and Muslims alike.

Association of Combatant Clerics reacts to remarks made by head of IRGC

Association of Combatant Clerics reacts to remarks made by head of IRGC

We are witnessing unfounded remarks and numerous insults from propaganda machines and specific cliques, against particular figures and groups. This slander is meant to justify their dishonest policies as well as their illegal and irreligious actions. What is one to do when a prominent official uses an obvious lie to form the basis of misguided analysis and excuse violent, illicit acts?
With his huge lies, unjust libel, and remarks against Mr. Khatami and Ayataollah Mousavi Khoeini, the head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has discredited the so-called detainee confessions to an even greater degree than before. Moreover, he has undermined the venerable institution of the IRGC, whose distinguished past is now being misused to defend mischievous policies and the perpetration of acts … Continue Reading

Statement by the Islamic Iran Participation Front

Statement by the Islamic Iran Participation Front

(From the Koran): And he who has faith and whose acts rightly shall never fear tyranny.

(Source: Mowjcamp) These days are defining moments for our people and our nation and we are witnessing events which are bitter and painful and yet, are instructive and will pave the day for a better tomorrow. The Islamic Republic which is the result of more than 100 years of hard work by the people of Iran and their enlightened leaders and aims for the rule of law, democracy, freedom, security, development and … which was achieved in the Islamic Revolution with the courageous leadership of Imam Khomeini, which was supposed to be the ultimate manifestation of the rule of God and human values in the political and social spheres, has now, in the midst of its fourth decade, shown itself in a way that does not have the tiniest hint of congruence with those values, and is not even inline with rational governance in democratic or semi-democratic states and can only be compared to despotic monarchies. But the Islamic Republic of Iran was established on the basis of religious teachings, to free human beings from slavery, to instruct all towards God, and to create a government based on justice.

Thus, the essence of an Islamic state can be nothing but the voluntary acceptance of the state by its citizens, and a kindly two-way relationship between those who govern and the people. And that is why Imam Khomeini turned to the vote of the people to establish this system and then proceeded to rely on the vote of the people in writing and compiling the constitution. In practice too, he always relied on the belief that “the measure is the vote of the people” and the absolute rule of law. … Continue Reading

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Mousavi’s letter on the ‘Constitutional Monarchy’ Movement

August 10, 2010

Source: Rahesabz Date: Thursday, August 5, 2010 We are in the midst of the anniversary of the Constitutional Monarchy Movement, which has emphasized the need to restrain the power of the monarchy for more than a hundred years. Aside from demands for justice, freedom and the establishment of law, the achievement of this restraint is […]

Mahdi Karoubi: Complete Statement for the Anniversary of the Birth of the Green Movement

June 20, 2010

The vote they stole from you and the rights that they took from you unjustly are a shameful stain that cannot be hidden with whatever colour it is painted over. This is so much the case that after one year, despite all the pressures and intimidation, not only have your rightful demands not been forgotten, but this desire for change has taken deep root in different layers of society, based on an extensive social network.

Karoubi’s Open Letter Commemorating Teachers’ Day and International Workers’ Day

May 1, 2010

Achieving rights and respect for workes is preconditioned by taking up correct social and economic policies that would stimulate the economy and create jobs for everyone who has qualification without any discrimination based on people’s beliefs and ethnicity.

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