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Iran: PMOI/MEK “Resistance Units” marking International Women’s Day

Reported by PMOI/MEK

 

Iran, March 10, 2019Members of a network, known as the “Resistance Units,” associated directly to the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), launched a widespread campaign marking March 8, the International Women’s Day.

 

In Urmia, northwest Iran, members of resistance units put up signs quoting Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). The PMOI/MEK is a member of the NCRI coalition.

Members of Resistance Unit 667 in Shiraz, central Iran, and Abadan, southwest Iran, put up signs in Farsi and English quoting the NCRI President’s views about women.

In Hamedan and Karaj, members of resistance units put up signs quoting Maryam Rajavi saying, “No to compulsory hijab, no to compulsory religion, no to a compulsory state.”

Members of resistance units in the cities of Sanandaj, Isfahan and Shiraz took to graffiti to write, “Iran, Maryam, Maryam, Iran” and quoting Maryam Rajavi saying, “We can and we must overthrow the mullahs’ regime.”

 

 

In Kerman, southcentral Iran, members of Resistance Unit 987 put signs quoting Maryam Rajavi saying, “The corrupt mullahs will be overthrown by the Iranian women’s uprising.”

Members of resistance units in Kerman, south-central Iran, put up signs quoting Maryam Rajavi saying, “I have a dream for everyone to be free to choose their own way of life, their own clothing, and women enjoying equal opportunity in all issues, including leadership roles.”

In Babol, northern Iran, signs were put up by resistance units members reading, “It is now the women’s turn to rise against all forms of cruelty.”

Members of a resistance unit in Ahvaz, southwest Iran, put up English signs expressing the PMOI/MEK’s views about women’s rights.

In Semnan, central Iran, members of Resistance Unit 987 put up a sign of Mrs. Rajavi’s ten-point plan for the free Iran of tomorrow.

A female member of a resistance unit in Zahedan, southeast Iran, put up a sign expressing their full support of the NCRI President.

In the cities of Sari, Tehran, Khorramabad, Isfahan, Ahvaz and Lahijan, members of resistance unit raised signs quoting Maryam Rajavi’s views about women and their leading role in the ongoing protest and general uprising across the country.

 

 

Members of Resistance Unit 710 in Tehran put up Maryam Rajavi posters with subtitles reading, “No to compulsory hijab, no to compulsory religion, no to a compulsory state.”

In Mashhad and Khuzestan Province, members of resistance units put up various signs in numerous places across the city, expressing their support for Maryam Rajavi.

In members of resistance units in this city put up Maryam Rajavi posters with subtitles reading, “Democracy-Freedom with Maryam Rajavi.”

Members of resistance units in Ilam, western Iran, put up Maryam Rajavi posters with subtitles reading calls to overthrow the mullahs’ regime and provide equal rights and freedoms for women.

In various areas of Tehran and Mashhad, resistance unit members put up Maryam Rajavi posters commemorating March 8.

Members of a resistance unit in Kermanshah, western Iran, took to graffiti writing, “Hail to Rajavi and the brave female members of the National Liberation Army of Iran,” and put up a Maryam Rajavi poster on the entrance of a Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) base.

In Shiraz, a female member of a resistance unit raised a sign commemorating March and sent a message emphasizing the Iranian women’s drive to overthrow the mullahs’ regime.