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دو کلمه هم از کشیشِ رجوی

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  • 08 جولای 2017 - 12:15

 

همزمان با شو سالانه مریم رجوی در ویلپنت، تعدادی از دسته جات موسوم به هزار اشرف باند تروریست رجوی، از وزیر امورخارجه آمریکا خواستار سرنگونی حکومت ایران شدند.
۱۱۱ نفر از اعضای وابسته به باند رجوی، طی نامه ای به رکس تیلرسون، از آمریکا می خواهند هر چه زودتر حکومت ایران را سرنگون نماید تا آنها صلح و آزادی را میان مردم ایران ببرند.

افراد امضا کننده این نامه خود را فعالان حقوق بشر، نویسندگان، هنرمندان، شاعران، فعالان سیاسی اجتماعی و روسای احزاب فعال در ایران معرفی کرده اند. در صورتیکه همه آنان از اجیر شدگان و وابستگان فرقه تروریستی رجوی در اروپا و آمریکا می باشند.

سعید عابدینی در مراسم مریم رجوی
سعید عابدینی در مراسم مریم رجوی

این افراد پیشانی سیاه به سرکردگی سعید عابدینی که در زمره کشیشان مریم رجوی قرار دارد، هر گونه شرم و عرق ایرانی گری را کنار گذاشته و مدعی شده اند که آمریکا نباید همانند سال ۲۰۰۹ میلادی دست روی دست بگذارد. بلکه زودتر دست به کار شده و رژیم ایران را برای محقق ساختن خواسته های آنان تغییر دهد!

چند روز بعد در یکم ژوئیه ۲۰۱۷ برابر با ۱۰ تیر ماه ۱۳۹۶، مریم رجوی نیز با جمع کردن سیاستمداران بازنشسته آمریکا و اروپا در سالن ویلپنت، خواستار کمک و دخالت مستقیم آمریکا برای سرنگونی و تاسیس حکومت رجوی در ایران شد.

سایر افراد امضا کننده این نامه نیز از اعضا و هواداران وابسته به سازمان مجاهدین خلق می باشند.

متن نامه ارسال شده به وزیر امورخارجه آمریکا و لیست امضا کنندگان

۱۱۱intellecuals and Dissidents Write to Tillerson, Advocating Regime Change in Iran
Honorable Secretary Rex W. Tillerson
US Department of State
۲۲۰۱ C Street NW
Washington DC 20520
June 26, 2017
Re: US Foreign Policy towards the Islamic Republic of Iran

Dear Secretary Tillerson,
Millions of Iranians took to the streets of every major city in 2009 to call for regime change in Iran. They reached out to President Obama to not only draw a “red line” between the freedom-loving people of Iran and the most oppressive regime in its history, but also to genuinely express their solidarity with the standard-bearer of human rights and democracy in our times, namely the United States of America.
However, their appeal fell on deaf ears and their hopes were dashed. Consequently, a massive wave of repression was unleashed upon them by the Islamist regime to silence their voice of dissent. It is no secret that in the past four decades the Iranian people have suffered immensely at the hands of the Islamist regime. Millions have been forced out of their homeland, thousands publically executed in city squares, and many more imprisoned and brutally tortured on a daily basis. In addition, the regime continues the development of its ballistic missile program, support for terrorist organizations and networks around the world, and destabilization of the Middle East.
It is abundantly clear that the Islamist regime in Iran cannot be rehabilitated to respect international law and join the community of nations. Your latest remarks concerning the need for Iran’s peaceful transition to a free, democratic state truly lit up the torch of hope and warmed the hearts and minds of millions of Iranians who are taken hostage by the nefarious theocracy.
America, given its moral authority and global leadership in safeguarding fundamental human rights, can no longer afford to be a bystander. As such, we the undersigned wholeheartedly support the newly adopted US policy of regime change in Iran.
Warmest Regards,

۱) Saeed Abedini, human rights activist
۲) Nader Afshar, political activist
۳) Neli Alexander, Christian Assyrian activist
۴) Davud Ali Nouri, human rights activist
۵) Neda Amin, journalist for Times of Israel
۶) Mohammadreza Arian
۷) Sonaz Ariyan
۸) Pari Asgari, radio and television host
۹) Shabnam Assadollahi, broadcaster and human rights activist
۱۰) Mohsen Atarodi, human rights activist
۱۱) Rachel Avraham, journalist
۱۲) Fazael Azizan, television host and human rights activist
۱۳) Keyarash Bakhshi Sasi, graphic artist and political activist
۱۴) Shahrokh Biniaz
۱۵) Louise Chapman, advocate and political activist
۱۶) Cina Dabestani, political activist
۱۷) Tony da Costa
۱۸) Denver Davis
۱۹) Shokouh Ershadi, journalist
۲۰) Amir Ezati, writer and filmmaker
۲۱) Marta Fallah
۲۲) Salim Fani
۲۳) Ali Farazandeh, political activist
۲۴) Leili Farrell, theorist and researcher in international relations
۲۵) Amir Fassihi, inventor and human rights activist
۲۶) Bijan Fathi, father of two executed sons and human rights activist
۲۷) Hafez Fazeli, political activist
۲۸) Zaman Feyli, journalist
۲۹) Les Florskie
۳۰) Lance N Fogel, Private Futures and Forex trader
۳۱) Roxxane Ganji, political activist
۳۲) Shahla Ghafouri, VP of IC Council
۳۳) Hamid Ghahremani, political and human rights activist
۳۴) Behrang Gholamdoust, artist
۳۵) Esfandiar Gholamrezai
۳۶) Jose Gomes
۳۷) Parviz Hadadizadeh
۳۸) Aliasghar Haghdar, author and analyst
۳۹) Ashkan Hamzelou, physician
۴۰) George Haroonian, Iranian Jewish community activist
۴۱) Mohammad Hejabi
۴۲) Mahboobe Hosseinpour, writer, television host and political activist
۴۳) Omid Irani, activist
۴۴) Farzam Karbasi, journalist and political activist
۴۵) Mike Karimi, activist
۴۶) Jamal Karimpour, Kurdish political activist
۴۷) Esfand Khalaf, En Marche, French presidential adviser
۴۸) Afshin Khosravi Bakhtiari
۴۹) Abbas Khosravi Farsani, human rights and political activist
۵۰) Ali Khosrawi, Parsian Democratic Organization
۵۱) Behrouz Khosrozadeh, political scientist and lecturer
۵۲) Ali Kimiai, business executive
۵۳) Hooshang Lahooti, principal scientist and university lecturer
۵۴) Sherry Lane, political activist
۵۵) Linda Lundmark, human rights activist
۵۶) Arash Mahdavi
۵۷) Farahman Mahmoud Kalayeh, political activist
۵۸) Kendra Malczyk, editor
۵۹) Walton K. Martin, human rights activist
۶۰) Amin Mazidi, singer
۶۱) Reza Mehrbai, political activist
۶۲) Rouzbeh Meshkinkhat, Proud Iran Party
۶۳) Valerie Michel, political activist
۶۴) Setareh Mihandoost
۶۵) Masoumeh Mohammadinia, radio host
۶۶) Marjan Mohsenin, political activist
۶۷) Hamid Momtaz Sanati, Patriotic Organization of Iran
۶۸) Ahmad Mostafalou, political activist
۶۹) Negar Motamed
۷۰) Avideh Motmaen Far, political analyst
۷۱) Homayoun Naderifar, political activist
۷۲) Shirin Najafi, human rights activist
۷۳) Fereshteh Naji Habib Zadeh, journalist and human rights activist
۷۴) Mansoureh Nasserchian, journalist and human rights activist
۷۵) Vahid Nassrabadi, political activist
۷۶) Japhet Ndhovu
۷۷) Katya Nouri, human rights activist
۷۸) Hessam Nouzary, scientist and political analyst
۷۹) Aliakbar Omidmehr, ex-diplomat and member of Green Embassy Campaign
۸۰) Reza Parchizadeh, political theorist and analyst
۸۱) Reza Qolizadeh, blogger and civil rights activist
۸۲) Mehrdad Rahbar, architect, artist and cultural activist
۸۳) Keyvan Ramchahi, political activist
۸۴) Mohsen Rasouli, political activist
۸۵) Jalal Roshani, political and human rights activist
۸۶) Mary Rowhani, scientist
۸۷) Giti Sanoughi
۸۸) Penina Sarah, attorney and Middle East analyst
۸۹) Shahin Sartipi, political activist
۹۰) Saeid Shabani, political activist
۹۱) Adel Sharifi, theater director and social activist
۹۲) J. Sharmahd, Kingdom Assembly
۹۳) Jeff Sharpe, political activist
۹۴) Sina Soleymani, political activist
۹۵) Kambiz Soltanein, journalist
۹۶) Faramarz Taheri, human rights activist
۹۷) Kaveh Taheri, human rights activist
۹۸) Sima Tajdini, journalist and human rights activist
۹۹) Farhad Taleshi, IT specialist and political activist
۱۰۰) Ali Tehrani
۱۰۱) Armando Toossi
۱۰۲) Carlos Toossi
۱۰۳) Daniel Tousi, political activist
۱۰۴) Mohammad Towfiq
۱۰۵) Irina Tsukerman, human rights and national security lawyer
۱۰۶) Shayan Zahrai, political activist
۱۰۷) Banafsheh Zand, editor and journalist
۱۰۸) Emma Faezeh Zandi, artist and journalist
۱۰۹) Andresaw Zanini
۱۱۰) Khosrou Zarefarid, political activist
۱۱۱) Reza Zarrabi, poet and writer

 

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