The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) is extremely concerned by the alarming recent rise in executions in Iran, especially during the weeks following the nuclear deal between Iran and world's six major powers.
“The Iranian authorities are believed to have executed an astonishing 694 people between 1 January and 15 July 2015”, Amnesty International said in a statement published on its website on July 23. According to reliable reports from Iran, the regime's authorities have carried out more than 60 executions, some of them through public hangings, in addition to barbaric punishments such as amputation of limbs and eye gouging, in various Iranian cities since the nuclear deal was announced on 14 July 2015.
Urged for immediate international action to protect Camp Liberty residents and halt inhumane restrictions on the camp
MPs and peers from both Houses of Parliament and all major parties, prominent Middle East experts and jurists participated in a parliamentary conference at Westminster Hall in the House of Commons, on Thursday, July 16, organised by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) to discuss the quest for freedom and democracy in Iran.
Members from both Houses of Parliament urge P5+1 to insist on inspection of Iran's military sites. Tehran must come clean on possible military dimensions of its nuclear programme.
Without unfettered access for IAEA inspectors to Iran's military sites and nuclear scientists, any nuclear agreement between the P5+1 and Tehran would be meaningless.
The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) supports the Prime Minister's statement on the “UK’s firm political support for the Saudi action in Yemen, noting that it was right to do everything possible to deter Houthi aggression, to support President Hadi and his legitimate government.” The Committee also fully backs Mrs. Rajavi’s stance, in which she welcomed as inevitable the decision by Arab countries to confront the Iranian regime.