Thursday, August 13, 2020


It’s a human obligation to join the voices with the Iranian resistance and the people who fight for democracy, human rights, and a non-nuclear country.

Iran now is in the most critical situation not only because of the pandemic fatalities, but also because of the mullah regime’s atrocities.

On June 17, 2020, U.S. Congress adopted resolution 374 which was very important because it supports the people who are fighting for democracy and who aspire for Iranian democracy, a secular, and non-nuclear Republic of Iran. The Resolution calls on nations to prevent malign activities of some diplomatic corps of the Iranian regime as in Albania, where the Albanian government expelled the ambassador and some diplomats who were engaged in terrorist plots.

The people living here in Albania in Ashraf 3 camp are courageous. They are people who didn’t wait for others to build their houses or their community when they came here. They are role models in that they built the true community and live in harmony with the Albanian people, despite the fact that they are Muslim or Christian.

These people have shown that they respect human rights, they respect women’s rights and they have shown example by electing a woman as the leader of the resistance. A woman like Madame Rajavi in front of the mullahs’ regime is a very strong message not only for Iran, but for the region and beyond. I support NCRI , and I support Madame Rajavi’s 10-point plan for the future of a free, secular and democratic Iran.

I believe that the international community and Europe will recognize the right of the Iranian people to establish freedom and democracy in their own land. When you go to Ashraf 3, you can read something that I like very much. They say that victory is ours, the future is ours. I believe their slogan, and say that it’s time for a change in Iran.

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