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Warsaw Summit To End Malign Influence Of Iran – OpEd


The Warsaw summit is The global campaign seeking to rally the world behind a new plan for the Middle East, this conference characterized as an attempt to create “a better, more stable the Middle East” in which the main goal is to apply maximum pressure on Iran.

Countries from Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East will be taking part in this conference to discuss the Iranian regime’s destructive and destabilizing influence in the region. Even a solution to confront Tehran’s bellicosity may be part of their talks.

“We are going to gather up to talk about the future of Middle East stability and prosperity,” US secretary of state Mike Pompeo, one of the organizers of the summit, said Tuesday night. “We’ll talk about the Middle East peace plan, we’ll talk about … Counterterrorism, we’ll talk about how these countries can work together. This is a global coalition that is built to deliver on the important mission of reducing the risk that has emanated from the Middle East for far too long.”

Officials across the mullahs’ apparatus are expressing growing worries over this initiative. Some voices are attempting to save face by claiming the conference has failed prior to its launch.

On, Feb. 13, Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani called for immediate regime change in Iran during a speech in Warsaw city.

“Within a few years a free Iran will be one of the leading nations in the world,” he told a cheering crowd of supporters from the National Council of resistance and MEK “We are going to have the celebration sooner rather than later in Tehran and I want to be there with you.” “We believe the alternative to this regime is Madam Maryam Rajavi, and this organization, the MEK, is at the core of that movement. We want to see a non-nuclear Iran. A free Iran. So that the people of Iran can have their country back. We want to see a democratic Iran. A non-monarchy, non-mullah dictatorship,” Giuliani said at the press conference.

A large crowd of Iranians, supporters of PMOI/MEK and NCRI, held a gathering in Warsaw today, Feb.13 The demonstrators were there to voice the long-suppressed desire of the Iranian people to live in a free state this event was attended by dignitaries and politicians from several countries, who came to Warsaw to express their support for the Iranian resistance and regime change in Iran.

“The Iranian Resistance movement has introduced a ten-point plan that promotes secularism and abolishes the death penalty. This is an alternative. Iran will win the fight for freedom and respect for peace,” said Marcin Święcicki, a Member of Parliament from Poland and former Mayor of Warsaw and a former minister for foreign economic relations, the first speaker at the demonstration, which began at noon, local time.

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Mrs. Maryam Rajavi , the Iranian opposition President-elect, sent a video message to the Warsaw rally, Urging the international community to break their silence over the Iranian regime’s human rights violations.

“The Iranian people’s immediate demand from the world and their lawful expectation from the Poland Summit are for them to recognize the right of the Iranian People’s Resistance to overthrow the mullahs’ theocratic regime to achieve freedom,” she said.

“The people of Iran have been the ones demanding the boycott of the Iranian regime since many years before western governments. The policy of blacklisting the Iranian regime’s criminal institutions and figureheads will be effective only when the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) is placed on the terror lists of the U.S. and the European Union as a whole entity,” Mrs. Rajavi continued.“The IRGC supports wars and terrorist mercenary groups in the region; it runs the regime’s missile program, nuclear arms, and cyber activities, and it cracks down on the populace and plunders the country’s assets. The IRGC is the backbone propping up the clerical regime, and it must be immediately designated as a terrorist force,” the NCRI President-elect added, shedding light on the mullahs’ utter dependence on the IRGC.

“I hope that thanks to your efforts, your nation will be free, democratic and full of solidarity,” said Senator Ryszard Majer, Vice President of the Polish Senate Foreign Affairs Committee. “Iranians need the truth. Only such Iran will guarantee peace in this part of the world. The whole world needs a free Iran.”

“We have tried to negotiate with Tehran. We have hoped for the best for 40 years. But they have answered with terrorism, oppression, and death. There’s no negotiating with this regime. The regime must end now,” said former U.S. Senator Robert Torricelli

The Iranian people are braving all odds in their continuing protests across the country.

“Thousands and thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets of Iran despite the risks. They are the choice.

“Your dream for a free Iran will soon become true. You have a right to introduce the governance of law where there’s no place for the death penalty,” said Polish Senator Zbigniew Cichoń.

In tandem with preparations for the Warsaw demonstration, Iranian Resistance Units and supporters of the Iranian Resistance took to the streets in various Iranian cities and voice their support for the PMOI/MEK, the NCRI and their desire for regime change.

These people braved the odds and threats posed by the Iranian regime to express their desire to live in a free country. Their activities are coming at a time that the Iranian regime is imposing harsh punishments on anyone that shows support for the MEK and calls for regime change.

*Hassan Mahmoudi is a  human rights advocate and Social Media journalist seeking democracy for Iran and peace for the region.

Hassan Mahmoudi

Hassan Mahmoudi is a human rights advocate and Social Media journalist seeking democracy for Iran and peace for the region.

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