Reporting by PMOI/MEK
Iran, October 2, 2019—At a news conference on Tuesday, October 1, Ali Rabie, spokesman for the cabinet of Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani, acknowledged the fact that Rouhani’s recent visit to New York for the 74th annual United Nations General Assembly was a complete failure and the possibility of talks or negotiations with the U.S. was nothing but a mirage.
“The coincidence of the President’s entrance to New York to the issuing of a surprising and irresponsible statement from the three countries of the United Kingdom, Germany and France in condemning Iran under the pretext of attacks targeting the Aramco oil facilities in Saudi Arabia were probably aimed at imposing psychological pressure on Iran in the middle of diplomatic measures. The Americans went the distance to establish Iranophobia and isolate Iran’s president,” he said.
“In the meantime, the President reassured the European leaders that the U.S.’ irresponsible measures has nothing to do with the necessity of the European parties to live up to their commitments and does not justify their inability in fulfilling their legal commitments,” Rabie said in a traditional hypocritical manner known of the mullahs’ regime.
As Rouhani’s visit to New York further resembled the regime’s complete desperation and isolation, supporters of the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) held their annual “No to Rouhani” rally outside the UN.
Iranian Americans, joined by Iranians from Europe and Canada, gathered in New York on September 24 and 25 for a major protest rally to voice their opposition to the presence of Iranian regime President Hassan Rouhani. The demonstrators condemned the criminal terrorist mullahs in Iran, emphasizing this regime does not represent the Iranian people and Tehran’s seat in the UN belongs to the true representative of the Iranian people, being the opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) led by Maryam Rajavi as President.
The protesters were heard chanting, “Terrorist Rouhani out of UN,” emphasizing the regime in Tehran has proven what the Iranian opposition and has been warning about for years. Tehran’s mullahs lead the single most dangerous regime across the globe and assuming this regime has any moderates is completely naïve. Any form of appeasement vis-à-vis the mullahs’ regime in Iran is condemned and more countries should join the maximum pressure campaign specifically targeting and isolating the mullahs’ regime.
The people of Iran, through their continuous protests, strikes, and nationwide uprising have been striving for regime change. This regime must be overthrown in its entirety, the demonstrators highlighted.
The systematic economic corruption brought about by the mullahs’ regime is beyond repair, the demonstrators said. The desire for change in Iran is expanding as we speak. The terrorist mullahs cannot and will not reform, and change to a free Iran is possible and at hand, the event organizers underscored.