Terrorism and Human Rights in the Final Phase of the Iranian Regime

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The trial of the Iranian regime’s diplomat- terrorist Asadollah Asadi, previously working as the third secretary in the regime’s embassy in Vienna, began in Belgium after two years.

Assadi and his accomplices, Amir Sadouni, his wife Nasimeh Naami and Mehrdad Arefani, are charged with attempted murder and involvement in a terrorist cell.

This is the first time an Iranian diplomat in Europe has been charged with direct involvement in terrorism. But the trial of the regime’s diplomat-terrorist was the trial of the entire terrorist regime ruling Iran.

Assadi’s trial will not end the regime’s terrorist acts. Tehran calls Assadi’s arrest “fundamentally illegal” and reserves the right to a “proportionate response” to the countries involved. In other words, the regime expects Assadi to be released despite he was caught red-handed. To achieve this goal, the regime has used every possible mean.

While imprisoned on charge of terrorism, Assadi told Belgian police that armed groups in Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen and Syria, as well as in Iran, were interested in the outcome of his fall and would “be observant and see if Belgium would support them or not.”

This threat from the Iranian regime and the regime’s diplomat- terrorist once again shows how the EU’s appeasement policy has emboldened this regime to carry out a bombing plan in Europe and threaten the EU all the while. In fact, the EU’s choice of turning a blind eye on the regime’s human rights violations allowed the regime to not be limited to Iran’s borders for eliminating its opponents.

In the summer of 1988, the regime executed over 30,000 political prisoners. The massacre was carried out secretly in the regime’s prisons during the summer of 1988. The parents and families of the martyrs still do not know what happened to their children and where their children are buried.

The world community’s inaction vis-a-vis the regime’s human rights violations and turning a blind eye on crimes against humanity such as the 1988 massacre, has encouraged the regime to continue its human rights abuses.

During the November 2019 uprising, the regime’s forces gunned down over 1500 peaceful protesters. Amnesty called the force measures “a fatal repression by shutting down the internet for the majority of Iranian people”.

The international community failure to act encouraged the regime continue its human rights violations inside Iran. The regime used this impunity to use terrorism against its opponents overseas.

If the terrorist planning aimed at an annual gathering of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI) on June 30, 2018, in Villepinte, Paris, had succeeded, it would have been an obvious massacre in the 2000s.

The 67th resolution recently adopted by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly condemning human rights abuses in Iran also confirms the regime has no intention of halting its crimes.

Holding Tehran to account for its human rights violations will certainly prevents the regime to further continue its inhumane actions. Likewise, taking a firm action against mullahs’ terrorism will certainly add to the global peace.

Terrorism and human rights violations are two inseparable parts of the regime. Thus, making the Iranian regime a global threat.

The countries of the world can combat this threat only by taking a firm action toward the regime. The EU particularly should end its appeasement policy, shut down the regime’s embassies, and expel the regime’s agents. These are the important steps in the fight against the Iranian regime’s terrorism.

The International community should also hold the regime to account for its human rights violations and prevent the regime from further oppressing the people of Iran.

As the NCRI’s President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi said: The Iranian regime’s leaders must be prosecuted and face justice. This is an imperative and deterrent step to counter the godfather of international terrorism in our time. European countries must shut down the clerical regime’s embassies and the so-called cultural and religious centers, which are in reality centers to coordinate terrorism and espionage.

Source » iranfreedom

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