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Iran, April 8, 2019 - Members of numerous Resistance Units, a network associated directly to the Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), are commemorating the memory of their fallen martyrs on April 8, 2011, pledging to continue their path.
8 years ago today, Iraqi government forces, who enjoyed strong ties with the regime in Iran, attacked PMOI/MEK members in Camp Ashraf, north of Baghdad, killing 36 and injuring hundreds.
Resistance units in the cities of Tehran, Isfahan, and Kermanshah pledged to continue the path of these fallen martyrs.
Other resistance units in the cities of Hendijan, Tehran, Sanandaj, and Izeh also expressed their commitments to continue this ongoing struggle against the mullahs ruling Iran.
Resistance units in Isfahan, Tehran, and Zanjan posted pictures and posters of the martyrs of April 8th attack on Camp Ashraf, north of Bagdad.
In the cities of Lahijan, Tehran and Hamedan, resistance units were scene distributing leaflets remembering their fallen compatriots. In Hamedan, resistance unit members placed flowers on the graves of PMOI/MEK members executed by the mullahs’ regime back in 1981.
In the cities of Lahijan, Tehran, and Hamedan, resistance units were seen distributing leaflets remembering their fallen compatriots. In Hamedan, resistance unit members placed flowers on the graves of PMOI/MEK members executed by the mullahs’ regime back in 1981.
Resistance units in the cities of Tehran, Karaj, and in Sistan & Baluchistan Province in southeast Iran, also marked this day by putting up the martyrs' images, pledging their commitment and holding signs signaling their vow to continue struggling with the aim of establishing freedom and democracy in Iran.