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MPs and Peers call on UN, US and UK to protect Camp Ashraf residents- 31 Jan 2012
Nowrouz 2012 in Parliament
New Year Celebration
 BPCIF celebrated the Iranian New Year, Nowrouz, in Parliament on Wednesday 14 March 2012
What happens after the diplomats leave Iran?
Thursday, 01 December 2011

Sample ImageThe Independent - By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: As Foreign Secretary William Hague announced the decision requiring all Iranian diplomatic staff to leave the country within 48 hours, the next question is: then what?

It is the failed policies of Britain and the West of attempted appeasement which have allowed Iran to believe it is acceptable for its paramilitary thugs to assault on the British Embassy in Tehran. The regime continues its flagrant breach of nuclear obligations all the while acting as the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the region.

MPs Warn UN on ominous intentions of Government of Iraq on Iranian dissidents
Friday, 25 November 2011

BPCIF: More than  150 cross party MPs and Peers have condemned the Iraqi government's intention to forcefully close Camp Ashraf (home to Iranian dissidents for over 25 years) at the end of this year. They warn about the massacre of 3,400 residents including 1000 women in the camp. So far Iraqi forces, under the command of Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki, have killed 47 of these defenceless and unarmed refugees and injured hundreds of others in two deadly assaults at the behest of the Iranian regime.

British MPs demand UN protection at Camp Ashraf
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
ImageBPCIF: Cross-Party MPs and Peers as well as prominent jurists at a Parliamentary meeting in London on Tuesday called on the UK, EU and US to urgently propose a draft text to the UN Security Council approve the stationing of blue-helmet UN security forces at Camp Ashraf to prevent another major massacre when the US forces leave Iraq at the end of the year. The Parliamentarians and jurists demanded that Iraq cancel its end-of-year deadline to forcibly close Camp Ashraf, home to 3,400 members of Iran's main opposition group PMOI (MEK).
Ignore Iranian regime's lies on opposition group
Thursday, 08 September 2011

ImageImageThe Philadelphia Inquirer, By Tom Ridge and Lord Carlile of Berriew: While Secretary of State Hillary Clinton edges closer to deciding to remove the Iranian opposition group, the Mujahedeen e Khalq (MEK), from a U.S. list of banned organizations, the international media has been awash with Iranian regime propaganda attempting to demonize the group.

Appeal to Secretary Clinton to delist the MEK
Friday, 26 August 2011
ImageThe Hill, By Brian Binley MP: On Friday thousands of Iranians rallied outside the US State Department calling on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to immediately lift the terrorist designation of Iran’s main opposition group People’s Mojahedin (MEK/PMOI) and ensure US forces guarantee the protection of the group’s members in Camp Ashraf in Iraq. I joined them to announce the support of 500 British Parliamentarians from all parties and both Houses of Parliament, and a total of 4,000 lawmakers globally, for their just cause.
Iranian Resistance Aren't Terrorist
Friday, 26 August 2011
ImageNewsmax, By David Amess MP: One of the most important elements of the War on Terror is deciding which groups should be placed on the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs). The designation of a group by the US Secretary of State must be in accordance with the legal criteria, ensuring not only the legitimacy of the FTO list but also that it conforms with the rule of law, a trademark of American democracy.
My Message to Secretary Clinton, de-list the MEK
Friday, 26 August 2011
Image Huffington Post UK, By Brian Binley MP:If ever there was a time for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to remove the main Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin (MEK / PMOI) from the US list of terrorist organisations, today is that day.
Secretary Clinton, it's time to delist the PMOI
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
ImageThe Hill, By Lord Clarke of Hampstead: In recent weeks a debate has flared in Washington over whether or not Secretary of State Clinton should remove Iran’s main opposition movement, the People’s Mujahidin Organisation of Iran (PMOI), from the State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organisations (FTO). The subject has been receiving exceptional attention in the media as we approach the anticipated decision in the next few weeks.
Removing an Iranian Group From the U.S. Terror List
Friday, 19 August 2011
ImageThe New York Times, Letters, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: To the Editor: “An Iranian Cult and Its American Friends,” by Elizabeth Rubin (Sunday Review, Aug. 14), repeats unfounded allegations against the People’s Mujahedeen of Iran.
One That is Easily Deceived
Friday, 19 August 2011
ImageHuffington Post UK, By Brian Binley MP: In recent weeks, The New York Times has run a couple of articles hinting, if not stating outright, that those who have been speaking in support of the People's Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), the leading organisation of Iranian dissidents, are dupes of the organisation. They label the MEK a "cult" and seek to persuade the State Department not to remove it from its list of terrorist organisations, a designation imposed in 1997.
Iraq’s democracy on trial
Wednesday, 17 August 2011
ImageThe Independent, By Lord Corbett of Castle Vale: The murder of 50 defenceless Iranian pro-democracy dissidents by Iraqi troops recently must add to the headache of the wives and husbands, children, brothers and sisters and grandparents of those who gave their lives to help Iraqis find their way to democracy after Saddam Hussein.

Stop Iraq's massacre at Camp Ashraf
Tuesday, 16 August 2011
ImageDaily Mail, By Baroness Gibson of Market Rasen: Amid an Arab spring changing the landscape of the Middle East, international support for people’s demand for their inalienable human rights has shown to be vital.
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