British Parliamentarians: UN Security Council must consider Iran’s Rights abuses

Protection for 1000 women of Camp Liberty urged

More than 110 members of both Houses of Parliament including Chairpersons of Parliamentary Committees, former Ministers and religious leaders supported a statement about the Iranian women’s struggle for freedom and gender equality.

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) is deeply concerned by remarks made by Iraq’s Justice Minister Hassan Shammari regarding the extradition to Iran of members of PMOI, the main Iranian opposition movement.

We regret very much former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw MP for his apparent appeasement of the atrocious ayatollahs in Iran.

After returning from Tehran from his 6th trip, Mr Straw said: "This never has been a one‐man dictatorship.

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) strongly condemns the execution of 16 political prisoners in Zahedan, Iran on 4 October 2013. The prisoners were executed collectively. According to Mohammad Marzieh, the prosecutor general of the city of Zahedan, all of the prisoners were executed in revenge for the killing of a number of revolutionary guards in Saravan.