In a message on December 2, 2019, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi addressed the Iranian nation and particularly, the freedom-loving women of Iran. “Women are the force for change,” the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran said in her message, adding, “they are going to defeat the mullahs’ reactionary religious dictatorship.”
Mrs. Rajavi stressed in her message that Iranian women have infuriated the clerical regime with their heroism.
Maryam Rajavi said the blood of more than 600 martyred protesters and the protests that expanded to 187 cities inspire every Iranian to continue the uprising to topple the ruling religious fascism.
The NCRI President-elect said in her message, “Iran’s cities are rising up one after the other and everywhere; women actively participate, leading and supporting the protesters. We had already said that women are the force for change and will defeat the mullahs’ reactionary and religious tyranny.”
She said the courageous women in Iran have compelled the regime to confess to their “remarkable” role in encouraging everyone to protest and rebel and in leading the protest units.
The arisen women of Iran have come to the battle field to bring down the regime, Mrs. Rajavi reiterated.
The Iranian opposition leader called on the international community to stand up to the regime. She called on the United Nations to immediately dispatch a fact-finding mission to Iran to discover the extent of crimes against humanity and visit those arrested. Mrs. Maryam Rajavi urged the world to recognize the Iranian people’s Resistance and uprising to overthrow the mullahs.
She called on Iranian women to strengthen their resolve and become a hundred times more determined in leading and commanding the rebellious units, encourage the fighting spirit and valor that characterize the young people, aid and facilitate the treatment of those wounded in the uprising, assist and support the parents of martyrs and the families of those arrested, inspire our fellow compatriots to actively participate in funeral services to commemorate the martyrs and protest the detention and torture of protesters.
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