by Sir David Amess MP

Human rights activists have recently joined with persons affected by the Iranian regime’s human rights abuses in order to issue formal requests for the arrest of Ebrahim Raisi, the president of Iran. Raisi assumed office in August following months of protests by Iranian citizens and expatriates alike over his role in severe human rights violations, including the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, mostly members and supporters of the main opposition, the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) in the summer of 1988.

by the Rt Hon. David Jones MP

THE appointment of a new Foreign Secretary at the recent reshuffle provides the opportunity for the United Kingdom to review its post-Brexit approach to foreign policy.

The appointment of Liz Truss as Foreign Secretary inspires hope that she will be more inclined than her predecessors to hold senior figures in the Iranian regime accountable for the crimes of the past.

by Baroness Eaton DBE DL

March 8 was International Women’s Day, and lawmakers would be well-advised to recognize the occasion as an opportunity to give women’s rights the prominence they are due in discussions regarding those nations that consistently fail to fulfill their international obligations. Unfortunately, that topic continues to be overshadowed in many cases, and the more egregiously a nation behaves in other areas, the more its female population tends to be neglected by Western governments and multinational bodies.

by Bob Blackman MP

The main Iranian Resistance recently organized a series of international conferences to discuss issues of consequence to the Iranian people and to Western policy toward the Iranian regime. The main focus has been on the persistent domestic uprisings in Iran since 2017 and the approaching prospects of the clerical regime's downfall.