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 BPCIF celebrated the Iranian New Year, Nowrouz, in Parliament on Wednesday 14 March 2012
Brief encounters
Thursday, 15 December 2005

The Daily Telegraph

Campaigners seeking to have the ban on Iran's main opposition party lifted by the Home Secretary received encouraging news this week. The People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran was proscribed under anti-terrorism legislation in 2001 because of allegations that it had links to terrorists. But, as I noted two weeks ago, 1,300 lawyers have signed a declaration calling on the Government to distance itself from the Iranian regime by lifting the ban. On Tuesday, the lawyers were joined by 279 MPs and 126 peers of all parties, who said the ban was "the most important impediment" to democratic change in Iran.
Iran's mullahs make a fool of Human Rights Watch
Thursday, 19 May 2005
ImageCommenting on a Human Rights Watch report on the Iranian Resistance and the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI), the British Committee for Iran Freedom said: "Human Rights Watch has been made a fool of by the mullahs. It has accepted unsubstantiated allegations without asking the PMOI for comment."
It wouldn't take a war to overthrow Iran's mullahs
Saturday, 22 January 2005

ImageThe Daily Telegraph - Leaders:  How might we catalyse such a revolution? In three ways. First, we should cease our dealings with the mullahs. EU countries, in contrast to the Americans, have pursued a policy of "constructive engagement" with Teheran, exchanging state visits and sending Jack Straw on repeated visits. Second, we should give financial and political assistance to dissidents inside the country. Third, we should back the main resistance group, the People's Mujahidin, which, until recently, we treated as a terrorist organisation in order to appease Khamenei.

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