Several renowned German politicians and lawmakers have sent their greetings to the Iranian Resistance, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Ashraf 3, Albania, on the occasion of the New Persian Year. The statement, issued by members of the German Solidarity Committee for a Free Iran, wished for a free and democratic Iran to be realized this year.
The signatories to the statement expressed their hope for a free Iran, which has been suppressed for the past 44 years under a brutal dictatorship that has used violence and propaganda to quash any hope for self-determination. The recent popular uprising in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini has given the people more hope, as it is seen as a revolution in the making.
The German politicians and lawmakers expressed gratitude to the “steadfast freedom fighters” in Iran, Ashraf 3, and Iranian communities in Europe and the US. They also praised the efforts of freedom fighters in the Iranian Resistance Units and dignitaries worldwide who have tirelessly worked towards realizing a free and democratic Iran.
The signatories include:
– Prof. Dr. Rita Süssmuth, former Speaker of the German Parliament (der Bundestag)
– Dr. Franz-Josef Jung, former Defense Minister
– Leo Dautzenberg, former MP and Chairman of the German Solidarity Committee for a Free Iran (DSFI)
– Martin Patzelt, former MP and DSFI board member
– Hille Gosejacob-Rolf, DSFI Managing Director, Honorary President of Federal Chair of the German Professional Association for Social Work (DBSH)
– Christian Zimmermann, DSFI board member, publisher of Spotlight Human Rights
– Katrin Bornmüller, Honorary President of the International Society for Human Rights IGFM
– Eduard Lintner, Retired State Secretary in the Federal Ministry of the Interior
– Stefanie Bung, Deputy Chairwoman of the CDU parliamentary group in the Berlin House of Representatives
The statement concludes with an expression of confidence that freedom and a democratic, secular republic will eventually come to Iran, and it will be bright and magnificent. The German politicians and lawmakers reaffirmed their commitment to standing up for this cause and urged others to join them in their efforts.
In conclusion, the statement highlights the signatories’ unwavering support for a free and democratic Iran. Their call for solidarity with the Iranian people and their hope for a brighter future for Iran resonate with all those who believe in freedom, democracy, and human rights.
Iranian protests started after a 22-year-old girl was killed, highlighting the regime’s gender apartheid. They quickly escalated into a major uprising that calls for the downfall of the entire clerical establishment.
Many world leaders, legislators, NGOs, human rights activists, and celebrities worldwide have already endorsed Iran’s revolution. Iranians continue to suffer and lose their lives to the murderous regime. Among other things, their right to legitimate self-defense against Tehran’s killing machine is of utmost importance and needs to be supported by the world community.
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