- Posted September 23, 2013 by
New York City, New York
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Say No to Rouhani the Spokesperson of a Barbaric Regime:
Rouhani is the Representative of Mullahs’ regime who is responsible for genocide and massacre in Syria and Camp Ashraf in Iraq
Hassan Rouhani is one of the worst criminals of the mullahs’ regime in Iran. Not for nothing is he nicknamed the “Violet Fox” by the Iranian people (in Persian culture, the fox is known for its cunning and conniving nature). Throughout more than three decades of dictatorship and suppression by the mullahs, Rouhani has been a member of Supreme National Security Council and one of the figures closest to Khamenei – the mastermind behind many of the regime’s worst excesses inside Iran and across the Middle East. He was not elected to the presidency; rather, he was appointed simply to diffuse the power struggle between Khamenei and Rafsanjani, and to avoid another uprising similar to that which took place in 2009. In short, Rouhani exists to protect the regime’s existence and to prevent democratic change by the Iranian people.
Immediately after Rouhani took office his regime’s puppets in Iraq launched missiles at a refugee camp housing members of Iran’s main opposition group. At the same time, executions inside Iran increased dramatically. But it was not only Iranians who suffered; in Syria, innocent women and children were bombarded with chemical weapons supplied to Bashar al-Assad by the Revolutionary Guards. That the mullahs continue to support Assad, even after these heinous crimes against humanity have been committed, is a testament to the brutality of their regime. Knowing that the eyes of the world were fixed firmly on Syria, the mullahs’ regime struck again at Iranian dissidents in neighboring Iraq, sending its Iraqi puppet forces to attack and massacre the refugees at Camp Ashraf. This extermination attempt was ordered by Qasem Soleimani, Commander of the Revolutionary Guards’ Qods Force, and executed by the SWAT forces of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Survivors have since noted that the massacre was reminiscent of the mass execution of Iranian political prisoners in 1981 and 1988; the victims’ hands were tied behind their backs before they were shot in the head. Unbelievably, even the wounded that had been evacuated to the camp’s clinic were executed while they lay helplessly on stretchers and operating tables.
The nature of all these committed crimes is to send a message of extreme brutality from a coward regime to frighten the western government who has been appeasing for decades to protect its own commercial benefits, and closed its eyes on continuous inhumane behavior of medieval regime. The consequences of appeasing policy started in Iraq by terrorist activities, bombardment and disarmament of the main opposition, and unfair listing of POMI in terrorist list for years. The PMOI members were under siege and forced to evacuate Camp Ashraf to a death prison camp ironically called “Liberty”. Meanwhile, the PMOI members are known as protected refugees under international laws. Despite a four-party agreement between UN, US, and Iraqi government, neither of Europeans nor Americans welcomed the PMOI members as political assailant seekers in their countries.
Now, after more than twenty days of apparent brutal massacre, there has been not serious action taken by Blue-helmet UN troops to protect Camp Liberty residents or any coherent action for release of seven hostages abducted by Iraqi government September 1st assault on Camp Ashraf. The rest of refugees in Camp Liberty are under hunger strike and among them are the relatives of the victims of Camp Ashraf rage. More over there are many followers all over the world who are supporting Camp liberty hunger strike cause, by going under huger strike themselves. Yet still there has not been any kind of reaction for establishment of any impartial investigations and trial of the criminals. Even though many governments including US, UK, France, Spain, Italy, …, have condemned this massacre, the silence of president Obama and the Secretary of States, John Kerry, is very questionable. This submissiveness respect to the crimes of Mullahs’ regime shows the weakness and fears of western government in their applied policy and will intensify the regime’s brutality to continue its inhumane behaviors.
Amir Emadi whose father was murdered by Maliki forces when shot to death in Ashraf medical clinic, asked president Obama, “When would the written commitment of America once again mean something? Mr. President, if you want to stop Maliki’s killings against the unarmed residents of Camp Liberty, you know how to do it! Keep your damn promise!” Secretary Ridge said that the United States and the UN were to blame for this massacre: “We bear some of the responsibility in this country, though. We can’t just put it on Iran, on Iraq and on the U.N. Well, they’ve been ineffective and feckless and I would say disingenuous is kind, but I think they actually lied to Madame Rajavi, they lied to the residents of Ashraf and Liberty and they continue to lie to this day and they have been indifferent to the plight of these patriots.” “Now, why should it be our job to protect Ashraf, to deal with the Iranians, to deal with the Iraqis? Can’t somebody else do it? No. If there is going to be an effective move to do what needs to be done in that part of the world with respect to the terrible governments of Syria, Iran, Iraq and the murderous activities of the Iranians Mullahs, we are going to have to do it. There is no out,” Mr. Woolsey underlined. “Any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind” John Donne an English poet said. And today this question is in front of the modern man that is it right to stand against atrocities or should remain silent? Is now not the time to realize that if this ruthless regime accesses to nuclear bomb will not commiserate on other nations while killing its own people? Indeed UN has shown silence and inaction and weakness, and its role has been like a death mortuary and gravedigger. The execution of defenseless members of PMOI with tied hands discloses who the barbaric and coward regime is truly afraid of. The result of appeasing for various terrorist attacks, Mykonos and khobar massacre, … , daily killing of innocent men, women and children even with chemical warhead in Syria, is encouraging this regime to increase the terrors and crimes. Is it right to allow Hasan Rohani, representative of a brutal regime, attend in UN and give speech to international community? Or he must be told that UN is not the place for a regime of criminals. Such regime must be overthrown by the hands of Iranian people and their resistance, and the chair of Iran should be belonged to the real representative of Iranians. Leading by a woman, Iranian resistance is the only movement in Middle East against spreading fundamentalism and terrorism of Mullahs’ regime.
The appeasement policy along with propaganda by regime’s lobby against Iranian resistance grave the road for such massacres, and complicated the situation. As a result it made easy for the regime to access nuclear bomb and delayed the overthrow process and kept the regimes in Iraq and Syria.
The message of Iranian resistance is very clear: it stands for freedom, democracy and equality for all human kind, peace with other nations, gender equality, does not tolerate execution, and supports prosperity for all Iranians. The Chair of Iran in UN does not belong to such brutal regime who is the biggest enemy of Iranian people, but it belongs to their representative of which truly represent the resistance movement. UN is not a place for criminals!