Reported by PMOI/MEK
November 21, 2018 - Coinciding with the session of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday November 19, during which the Iranian regime’s export of terrorism to the Green Continent was discussed, a large number of Iranian supporters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) rallied outside the European Union headquarters condemning Tehran’s terror plots.
The demonstrators called on the European Union to blacklist the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), closing down all of Tehran’s embassies in Europe that are being used by the mullahs as espionage centers, and expelling the regime’s operatives from Europe back to Iran.
Iranians rallying outside the European Union headquarters in Brussels
Iranians demonstrating outside the European Union headquarters in Brussels
Iranian demonstrators calling on the EU to push for the release of apprehended Iranian protesters
These Iranians also expressed their solidarity with the protesting workers of Haft Tapeh sugar cane mill in Shush, National Steel Group employees in Ahvaz and people from other sectors of Iran’s society that are continuing their protests against the mullahs’ regime.
Exposing the Iranian regime’s terror plots in European countries
Exposing the role of Iranian regime diplomat terrorists in European countries
Demonstrators calling for the closure of Iranian regime embassies across Europe
The Danish Foreign Ministry has summoned its ambassador in Tehran on Tuesday afternoon following the arrest of an Iranian regime intelligence agent in this country.
At a press conference, Danish Foreign Minister Anders Sameulsen said his country will be seeking to impel the European Union to issue new sanctions against Tehran in reaction to the Iranian regime’s measures to carry out this attack.
Morteza Moradian, the Iranian regime’s ambassador in Copenhagen, was summoned and informed “very clearly” that “how important and unacceptable” this issue is, according to Sameulson.
Iran’s plotting to assassinate on Danish soil is totally unacceptable. Danish ambassador to Tehran has been recalled for consultations.
The Danish intelligence service has arrested an Iranian regime Ministry of Intelligence agents intending to carry out a terror attack in Denmark, according to Danish security service chief Finn Borch Andersen. The Iranian regime had plotted a terror attack in Denmark and intended to assassinate a member of an Ahvazi group.
Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen also reacted to this issue, emphasizing the subject will be raised with the European Union.
During a televised press conference, Borch Andersen noted that the Iranian regime already was suspected of targeting opposition groups abroad, according to the Associated Press. He cited a foiled bombing attack that targeted a June rally organized by an Iranian opposition group near Paris.
Denmark’s Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen and Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen on Tuesday both described an alleged Iranian attack in Denmark “totally unacceptable.” The country will respond and speak with European partners about “further steps,” they said in separate statements, according to the Associated Press.
In a recent video message to a session held on October 4 focusing on the Iranian regime’s new wave of terrorism and reactions from Europe and the United States, Iranian opposition President Maryam Rajavi emphasized how the mullahs have said time and again that their victory relies on spreading terror. As a result, forcing Western governments to remain silent would be a major victory for them. The most destructive type of appeasement in the face of the Iranian regime’s religious dictatorship is remaining silent following terror attacks, she added. Unfortunately, this policy is widely witnessed today in Europe. This is a mistake and Iranian refugees and Europe’s security will be paying the price.
Mrs. Rajavi highlighted the following on behalf of the Iranian people:
- A firm policy is necessary against the Iranian regime.
- Their terrorist dossiers must be made public.
- Close this regime’s embassies, known espionage/terror centers.
- Don’t do business with companies linked to the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and other state-controlled firms. Any such deals with these entities will be tantamount to financing terrorism.
- Do not remain silent in the face of executions, prisoners being tortured and human rights violations in Iran.
- Perpetrators of Iran’s crimes against humanity in the past 40 years must face justice.
And to prevent the Iranian regime’s terror plots in European countries, the European Union should implement its 29 April 1997 initiative on the Iranian regime’s operatives and intelligence agents.
- Stop all bilateral meetings and visits to Iran by ministers and senior government officials
- Confirming the EU member states’ policy of not providing weapons to the Iranian regime
- Cooperation aimed at guaranteeing visas not being issued for Iranians related to the regime’s intelligence and security apparatus; focusing on expelling the Iranian regime’s intelligence operatives from EU members states.