At a conference in the House of Commons on Thursday, 17 November, chaired by Rt Revd John Pritchard, former Bishop of Oxford, cross party MPs, Lords and British religious leaders expressed their serious concerns over the alarming rate of executions in Iran, including public hangings and execution of juvenile offender and women.
They join the Anglo-Iranian community in urging the British government to act for the prosecution of the perpetrators of 1988 massacre
On Thursday, October 20, the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) organised a conference and an exhibition for members of both Houses of Parliament, their staff and the general public highlighting the gross human rights violation in Iran and commemorating the victims of executions.
- Great triumph for the Iranian people's resistance
- The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF), expresses its happiness and joy for this great achievement of Iranian Resistance
Today, we learned that after 13 years of painstaking work in defence of the security, and to protect the rights of members and supporters of the Poeple's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI), in Camp Ashraf and in later Camp Liberty in Iraq, finally, all members and supporters of the organisation, have officially been accepted by the government of Albania and all have been moved to that country.
The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) is shocked by the recent mass execution of Sunni prisoners in Gohardasht prison in Iran. These executions were carried out by the authorities as Iranians in the country and around the world commemorate the 28th anniversary of massacre of political prisoners in Iran.