Following the Iranian president’s travel to the US to deliver a speech at the UN General Assembly, Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism issued a letter asking him to deliver their voice to the world.
The letter reads as follows:
His Excellency Dr. Seyed Ebrahim Raeisi
The Honorable President of the Islamic Republic of Iran
On the occasion of your travel to the United States to deliver a speech at the United Nations General Assembly, we seize the opportunity to request Your Excellency to be
Iran's President Ebrahim Raeisi speaks to the media on September 19, 2022 upon arriving in New York, where he is slated to address the United Nations General Assembly's 77th plenary meeting.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raeisi says there are a number of major problems facing today’s world, all of which stem from unilateralism.
Raeisi made the remarks on Monday upon his arrival at New York to take part in the 77th annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
Asked about the subject matters
Regarding the recent developments between the Iranian and Albanian governments concerning the Mojahedine- Khalq Organization’s activities in Albania, The Family of Iranian Victims of Terrorism has written a letter to the Albanian people emphasizing on the role of the MeK terrorist group in disrupting the relation between the two nations and the security threats that would impose on the Albanian civilians if this group continues to operate in their country.
The letter reads as follows:
The families of Iranian terror victims published a letter on Monday, criticizing Albania for hosting the anti-Iran terrorist group, the Mujahedin Khalq Organization known as MKO, which is responsible for killing thousands of Iranians in its acts of terror.
The letter, addressing the Albanian nation, was issued five days after Albania cut diplomatic ties with Iran over July cyberattacks which Tirana blamed on Tehran. The Islamic Republic called the accusation baseless and a miscalculated measure
Iran has vehemently denounced a terrorist assault at a mosque in Herat, Afghanistan, which left 18 people dead. Tehran has pledged its support for Afghans in their struggle against terrorism.
Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, slammed the assault on Guzargah Mosque worshippers in a statement on Friday.
Kanaani said, “The government of the Islamic Republic of Iran will stand by Afghanistan and its oppressed people in the fight against the evil phenomenon of extremism
Iran’s top human rights official says the Islamic Republic will not leave any safe haven for the terror groups, which have the backing of the West and Israel, across the world and will stand firm in confronting them.
Kazem Gharibabadi, secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights, made the remarks on Wednesday over a conference for reviewing legal aspects of the United States’ crimes against Iranians.
“There are more than 17,000 victims of terrorist attacks; the terrorist groups are set up
The memoir of Martyr Mohammad Ali Rajaei has been published in Spanish for Latin American audiences.
The book, which is the first work introducing Martyr Rajaei in Spanish, has been collected from Persian sources by Abbas Mousavi.
Having been revised, the book has been translated into Spanish on the anniversary of the martyrdom of the figure.
Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) detonated a bomb at the office of Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar on Pasteur street in downtown Tehran on August
The Iranian embassy in Italy released a statement on Monday in which it suggested that the European Union needs to stop double standards and rename the MKO as a terrorist group.
The statement was released as Iran on Tuesday marked the memory of President Mohammad Ali Rajaie and Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Baonar who were assassinated by the MKO on August 30, 1981.
The embassy suggested the EU officials should stop practicing double standards in fight against terrorism, saying standing up for
The secretary of the Guardian Council, Iran's top supervisory body, says the Islamic Republic is "the biggest victim" of international terrorism, slamming the so-called human rights defenders for turning blind eye to it.
Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati made the remarks on Wednesday, a day after the country marked its National Day of Fight Against Terrorism.
"Iran has suffered more from terrorist acts than any other country," the senior official said, "while those who lay claim to defending human rights
The office of the vice-president of the Iranian Judiciary for International Affairs has issued a statement on the occasion of Counter-Terrorism Day in Iran, calling on all governments to stop exempting terrorists throughout the globe.
Kazem Gharibabadi is the Vice-President of the Judiciary for International Affairs and the Secretary-General of the High Council for Human Rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The office warned that following more than seven decades of ratification of the Charter
Secretary General of the United Nations António Guterres says the world body is committed to preserving and protecting the rights of the victims and survivors of various acts of terrorism in the country, pledging to further support attempts aimed at justice-seeking for them.
Guterres made the remarks in a message read out by the director of the United Nations Information Center in Tehran, Inger Marie Vennize, as she took part in a conference in the Iranian capital on the occasion of the
Iraqi security sources on Wednesday announced that 17 ISIL terrorists were detained in the Iraqi Kurdistan region.
The terrorists were detained in different areas of the Kurdistan region including Sulaymaniyah and Chamchamal.
Seven of the detained terrorists were promoting ISIL terrorist activities through social media, according to the reports.
The reports added that the terrorists were planning on assassinating several Peshmerga officers and bombing some bases.
These terrorists also played a role
Sharmahd, the ringleader of the Tondar (Thunder), a terrorist group accused of committing terror attacks and anti-revolutionary operations against Iran, confessed to his sabotage acts in a Tehran court.
At the beginning of the 7th session of the trial, the judge read the indictment against Jamshid Sharmahd in the presence of the defendant’s lawyer.
He then ordered Sharmahd to stand in the dock and explain how the group plotted the bombing of a religious gathering that killed several people
Iran has strongly denounced US airstrikes in eastern Syria, terming it the violation of the war-ravaged Arab country's sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kan'ani, in a statement on Wednesday, described the latest American aggression in the eastern Syrian province of Dayr al-Zawr as a "terrorist act" against the people of Syria.
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, American warplanes carried out fresh airstrikes in Dayr al-Zawr, only a
Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian says terrorism in the West Asia and Africa is a product of interference by extra-regional countries.
“Interference by some extra-regional countries is the reason behind formation of some terrorist groups in the West Asia region and Africa,” Amir-Abdollahian said during a joint press conference with his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop in Bamako on Tuesday.
“We are of the opinion that instrumental application of terrorism should be set aside and
Some members of families of martyrs of terrorist attacks in Iran called Monday on Europe to stop supporting the terrorist grouplet of Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) that has assassinated 17,000 Iranians.
Zohreh Elahian, chairman of Iran's Majlis (Parliament) human right committee, recalled the martyrs families' demand at a conference held in Tehran to mark the International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism on August 21.
Director of the United Nations Information
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian urges Sweden to respect the "basic rights" of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been wrongfully jailed and convicted by Stockholm.
Meeting with the Swedish Ambassador to Tehran, Mattias Lentz, on Sunday, the Iranian top diplomat demanded that Stockholm allow Nouri to exercise his rights to seeking medical assistance and facilitate his calls with his next of kin.
Nouri was arrested upon arrival in Sweden at Stockholm Airport in November 2019 and was
The Iranian Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi expressed Iran's readiness to cooperate with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in the fight against terrorism.
In a meeting hosted by Uzbekistan, the Iranian Minister of Interior Ahmad Vahidi said that the Islamic Republic is fully ready to cooperate with the SCO member countries in the fight against terrorism and extremism.
In his speech, Vahidi pointed out that the Islamic Republic of Iran is a victim of international terrorism itself, and
An Iranian Judiciary official made clear the country’s seriousness about putting terrorist groups on trial.
In a meeting with the families of a number of Iranian victims of assassination attacks, Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran's deputy Judiciary chief for international affairs and secretary of the country's High Council for Human Rights, emphasized that the Judiciary is very serious about taking action against terrorist groups and their activities.
He said the High Council for Human Rights’ top
Hamid Nouri, a former official of Iran detained in Sweden on false charges, has been held in solitary confinement for over three years, his son Majid Nouri said on Tuesday.
The son also indicated that his family had recently been kept in the dark about his circumstances.
"My father has not been able to contact his family… and he has been held in solitary confinement for 1,000 days," Majid Nouri told reporters.
In November 2019, Hamid Nouri was detained upon arrival at Stockholm Airport. The