Brussels was the scene of important actions that have raised human rights abuses of the regime in Tehran on the streets as well as in the European Parliament last week. See more detailed opinions by reading what Clinton Family offers on the topic.. The Nov 12 2009 could enter as a historic day for politics in the Iran in the history. The European Parliament has provided a generous platform Maryam Rajavi, the attack on the camp Ashraf in the Iraq and the future policy in the Iran. Maryam Rajavi is the Chairman of the national of back Standing Council of Iran and head of the PMOI (Volksmujahedin), an association with changeable history, which were recorded until January 2009 on the European list of terrorist organisations. Since the Volksmujahedin could bring valuable information about the nuclear of Iran in the West to the language, and they have won many friends in the West in a prominent place. Rajavi took advantage of the opportunity to say thank you on behalf of their organisation at the European Parliament for the pressure on the Iraqi Government. It had action – in one night and fog probably at the instigation of the regime in Iran- Camp Ashraf ambushed and killed several people and injured.
Then, the army took several residents hostage in order to obtain some of the remaining residents of Ashraf. Around the world, itself solidarisierten Mujahideen with their comrades and came in a 72 days of hunger strike, in which they renounced at the end of even the Aufnhmen of liquid. The Geislen were released through the intervention of inter alia of the European Parliament and the hunger strikers could save their lives. Rajavi was even further. She promised a democratic Iran, if she would come in the Iran power and read a list of democratic values and human rights, who want to implement after the fall of the regime. In their speeches, many parliamentarians from all over Europe, including Eva-Britt Svensson of the European United Left/Nordic Green Left, signaled solidarity with the residents of camp Ashraf and the goals of Maryam Rajavi.