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Cyberwarfare: Regime's next weapon

I am so honored to be a part of the agenda. I want to use my time to inform and engage you on the cyber domain and what actions we must all take on behalf of the citizens of Iran. We can change their future and the world's future and see a free Iran soon.

'Ruling criminals terrified of being overthrown'

Hello to you all, rebellious supporters of the Resistance across the world, and to our esteemed friends of the Iranian people and Resistance, supporters of democracy and human rights who have joined us from five continents in the world. Welcome to you all!

'Mullahs fear another widespread uprising'

The mullahs' regime in Iran is a dictatorship that rules through terror, and by denying the value of human life.

Uprisings have 'staying power'

I hail all freedom lovers who are present at this summit today. On the eve of the anniversary of the National Council of Resistance of Iran's founding, the Iranian people, especially the impoverished and the massive army of laborers, have entered a new phase.

'No more appeasement of this Iranian regime'

The people of Iran deserve freedom, freedom from the oppression, the evil, and the tyranny of the mullahs.

Firsthand account of Iran's 'profound destabilizing force'

Some of us in U.S. military have a unique perspective on Iran from our time in Iraq. As the coalition commander there, I saw firsthand how Iran used terror to foment and sustain the sectarian violence in 2005 and 2006.

United to defeat expansionist policies

Brothers and sisters in the leadership of the Iranian resistance, fighters inside Iran and all over the world who are fighting to defeat the clerical dictatorship in Tehran, brothers and sisters participating in this gathering, dear sister and brave fighter Maryam Rajavi, greetings to you.

The light of hope in Iran

Recently, with Italian and Albanian mayors, we signed the declaration of support for the 10 key points of Maryam Radjavi, confirming the pact signed a year ago in Achraf with your mayor, rendering your city the twin of the 1st arrondissement of Paris.

Don't lower the flag on human rights

Yes, Madame President Rajavi, dear friends, in the history of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, July 17th will be special.

Continue the 'sacred struggle'

I would like to express my support for the tens of thousands of Iranians who are participating in this large gathering for a free Iran from all over the world.

Inspired by historic summit and solidarity

Dear friends, supporters, and attendees of the Free Iran Global Summit, please accept our warmest greetings from the Mojahedin-e Khalq in Ashraf 3, the epicenter of resistance and perseverance. Hello to all of you, who have joined us live in this historic summit from 30,000 connections around the world.

Regime fears 'strength of [Resistance] ideas'

It is a real tribute to the organizational skills of the NCRI that we could pull together in the middle of a worldwide pandemic this kind of gathering to bring together old friends and new friends in support of freedom for the people of Iran.

All eyes on diplomat-terrorist trial

Mrs. Rajavi, conferees at this extraordinary record-setting conference, and residents of Ashraf 3, it's true that we are meeting and conferring in a virtual way, but make no mistake about it—the challenge and the threat that NCRI represents to the mullahs in Tehran isn't just virtual. It is actual.

'Resistance and struggle' leads to a 'better future'

It is an honor to address this event on behalf of the Democratic Party of Albania. We have and continue to remain committed to and in solidarity with the Iranian people's aspiration for freedom, democracy, and respect for fundamental human rights and liberties.

'None of these sacrifices are in vain'

To my dear friend Madame Rajavi and your team, to all of the followers of NCRI and MEK, it's a great pleasure to be with all of you and the thousands of people who have joined us today from around the globe.

Role models in Ashraf 3

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.

'Achieving milestones toward a free Iran'

It is a great honor to be with you here today from Washington, D.C. The cry for liberty and our support for you, Madame Rajavi, and all of your colleagues, could not be stronger and could not be louder.

Mullahs' 'days are numbered'

It's always a privilege to be part of this incredible annual gathering of freedom fighters. Each year, we come closer to our goal of a free Iran.

Regime 'wolfs down enormous budgets in the weapons and nuclear industries'

Like all the French deputies in the Parliamentary Committee for a Democratic Iran (CPID), I believe in a free Iran, a democratic Iran, a respected Iran, and an Iran, where finally, life will be good.

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