{mosimage}PRESS RELEASE - Government urged to back Iran Freedom: MPs and Peers at a conference in the House of Commons on Tuesday urged the Government to comply with a High Court decision to remove an Iranian resistance group from its list of banned organisations.

{mosimage}Statement issued by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom: In the early hours of the morning of Friday 8 February, the terrorist Qods force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards used hundreds of kilograms of TNT explosives to blow up the water pumping station that delivers water to the 4,000 or so PMOI members resident in Ashraf City, as well as many villages in the surrounding area.

{mosimage}Commenting on POAC’s decision to refuse leave to appeal, Lord Corbett, chairman of the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom, said: “I am not surprised. POAC found, on the facts, that the Home Secretary got the law wrong, ignored the evidence, asked the wrong question and so reached a ‘perverse’ decision.

 

{mosimage}PRESS RELEASE - At a Parliamentary conference in the House of Commons on Thursday, more than a dozen cross-party parliamentarians from both Houses of Parliament demanded the Government comply with the verdict of the Proscribed Organisations Appeals Commission (POAC) and remove the name of the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI) from the proscribed list of terrorist organisations.