The meeting involved the British lawmakers and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), in the council’s headquarters in Auvers-sur-Oise north of Paris.
At issue was the plight of more than 3,000 Iranian dissidents in Iraq, who have been moved from their pervious safe haven to a site outside Baghdad and who have been subjected to harassment, assaults, missile attacks and other forms of terror that have left scores dead, hundreds wounded, and six held hostage.
The NCRI says the attacks are being carried out by Iraqi forces, and the attacks on the People’s Mujahahed of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are being conducted at the behest of the mullahs in Iran to whom Maliki is beholden.
The meeting was arranged at the initiative of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom headed by Lord Carlile, which enjoys the support of a majority in the House of Commons and 200 peers. Former Commons Speaker Rt. Hon. Baroness Boothroyd also led the delegation.
Mrs. In case you have any queries about exactly where as well as tips on how to utilize Wiktionary, you are able to call us with our own page. Rajavi commended the British Parliament’s support for the Iranian people and the resistance and noted that the Iranian regime is facing extensive internal crises, which have led to its retreat its nuclear weapons project.