Analysis by PMOI/MEK
Iran, June 17, 2019 - On Sunday, the London-based Al-Sharq al-Awsat wrote: The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran held a rally in Brussels against the Iranian regime.
Mohammad Mohadessin, Chair of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Foreign Affairs Committee said, “The message of this rally is to inform the world that the Iranian regime is on the cusp of being overthrown and that the Iranian people want an end to this regime.
Referring to the recent attack of Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) to the oil tankers in Oman, Mohaddessin said, "This attack shows that the regime is on the verge of downfall."
Al-Sharq al-Awsat wrote, "Yesterday, the PMOI/MEK-Iranian opposition-gathered its supporters in front of the European Union headquarters in Brussels to send a 'message' to the international community pertaining to the importance of taking a firmer policy towards the Iranian regime. The PMOI urged the international community and the European governments to stop appeasing and negotiating with the Iranian regime and to blacklist [the IRGC and the MOIS].
"Mohaddessin called on Europeans to stop appeasement and offering help to the Iranian regime and to invest in the people of Iran.
"Referring to oil tankers sabotage in Oman, Mohaddessin said, 'The recent attacks in the Gulf of Oman, Al-Fujairah, Saudi Arabia, Baghdad, and other places, are crimes that show the imminent downfall of this regime and its activities are of desperation and critical situation.'"
“The participants of this rally were the PMOI/MEK supporters and activist and former European officials,” added Al-Sharq al-Awsat.
European Parliament Member Mark Demesmaeker said, “The Iranian regime has exported terrorism abroad and targets dissidents around the world. I don’t know why this regime is not on the European terror list! Yet after the sabotage of oil tankers, we're witnessing [Europe] calls for prudence! We have to learn the lesson that appeasing the mullahs yields no results."
The rally organizers said, "The IRGC blacklisting, as well as popular uprisings inside Iran, the activities of resistance units and tough economic sanction, are crippling this regime."