Sunday, August 16, 2020


I salute the leader of the Iranian Resistance, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, and all the attendees at this conference from five continents. The turnout and engagement show that we are united against injustice. Our vote is for democracy and against terrorism and injustice in whatever form. As a former official in His Majesty’s government in Morocco, I support the Iranian Resistance because the tyrannical regime in Iran interferes in the affairs of Arab countries. We see conflicts and blood being shed. There are scenes that have an impact and motivate us to action, like what is happening in Palestine, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, and other countries, whether in Asia or in America, Europe or Africa.

I would like to use this platform to call on all Arab countries to support the Iranian Resistance. The Iranian people are rising up, and they have taken to the streets.

Islam is a religion of tolerance and love. The Islamic religion does not accept bloodshed. Therefore, the Iranian people today, young and old, take to the streets and reject the policies of the mullahs, which pose a threat to all Arab countries. We urgently need a leader like Mrs. Maryam Rajavi. Arab countries need to side with the wise policy of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi to ensure Iran is trusted by other peoples so we can achieve Arab unity and Islamic unity.

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