Opposition encouraged by unified international stance against the Islamic Republic

mpg_trans.pngmpg_trans.pngThe Marze Por Gohar party is gratified with the international community’s recently united front against the Islamic Republic.  While some nations decided to formally condone the regime's policies and tacitly approve by choosing to remain present during Ahmadinejad’s speech at the UN, many other nations decided to walk out on Ahmadinejad to demonstrate their disapproval.  MPG is encouraged to see our efforts were successful and our advocating walkouts during the “selected” president’s speech to the General Assembly at the United Nations had positive results. 

The Marze Por Gohar Party would like to thank all countries that participated in the walkout including:  Argentina, Australia, Britain, Canada, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, New Zealand and the United States for taking a principled stance against the Islamic Republic.

On the same day that the Islamic Republic was calling the Holocaust a myth at the United Nations, MPG’s Roozbeh Farahanipour was joined by Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Aredeshir Zarehzadeh, Nazanin Afshinjam, and Lisa Daftari in a press conference at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in New York to discuss Iran and the Islamic Republic.  Farahanipour explained that the majority of Iranians now support sanctions against the Islamic Republic, including reformist factions, while Zarehzadeh urged the United Nations to “support the peaceful movements in Iran.”

MPG again reiterates that the Islamic Republic is not the legitimate representative of Iranians.  The legitimacy crisis the regime continues to face is so severe that they had to cheat to declare a winner from a list of hand-picked candidates for the presidential [s]elections.

Iranians have articulated their demands: Independence, Freedom and Iranian Republic. 
We urge the international community to support Iranian aspirations to help usher in a new era of peace in Iran and the Greater Persian Gulf area.

Down with the Islamic Republic

Long Live Iran