Rajavi calls on UN Secretary General, Security Council, European Union, Islamic and Arab countries to condemn mullahs' missile blitz on Mojahedin

Mr. Massoud Rajavi, President of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the Russian Foreign Ministry's stance deploring the clerical regime's missile attack on Mojahedin camps and urged the United Nations Secretary General, the Security Council, the European Union, the Arab League, the Islamic Conference Organization, and member-states of the UN to condemn this criminal attack.

Mr. Rajavi said: "The time has come to condemn the inhuman crimes and brazen aggression of the religious dictatorship ruling Iran, which jeopardize peace and tranquillity in the entire region. Experience of the past two decades has shown that mullahs' regime is the main sponsor and instigator of crisis, terrorism and fundamentalism in the world today. Any attempt to mollify the mullahs only encourages them to perpetuate their crimes."

The UN Commission on Human Rights, meeting in Geneva, adopted a new resolution yesterday condemning human rights violations in Iran. It was the 48th censure resolution by the UN on Iran. 120,000 people have been executed by the mullahs' regime on political charges. The present leaders of the regime were directly involved in the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners.

A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Friday that "Russia displayed deep concern over information on rocketing by Iran of camps in Iraq of the Iranian opposition movement Mojahedin-e Khalq." He said "such an event seriously aggravates the tense situation in the Gulf region."

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
April 21, 2001

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