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12019-07-23T06:22:25-07:00Five days of Political Activities in Ashraf 31plain2019-07-23T06:22:25-07:00Five days of intense political activity with a number of conferences and exhibitions involving resistance members and local and international political figures, have occurred in Ashraf 3, home to members of Iran's main opposition group, the People's Mojahedin (Mujahedin-e Khalq, PMOI or MEK) in Albania, at a time when Iran is in the news against a backdrop of regional and international tensions.
These events that lasted for five days have strategic significance for Iran’s current situation:
A victory for the Iranian opposition is constituted with the unveiling of Ashraf 3. At the past, the MEK Iran members were situated in Iraq. At that time, the mullahs tried repeatedly to annihilate the group physically, politically and socially. Nowadays, the establishment of Ashraf 3 in Albania is part of the free world and out of the reach of the mullahs and their mercenaries. Also this establishment is a victorious culmination of a decade of resistance again terrorist, regional and political efforts to bring an end to the MEK. At this critical juncture the MEK has emerged stronger, more acceptable, and invincible.
The deep social crisis that, for more than a year, has engulfed the regime in the shape of organized, well-aimed social activities especially by Iranian youth and women is reflected by the international impasse and the regional crisis in which the mullahs’ regime is entrenched.
The mullahs have been unable to curb the growing qualitative and quantitative reach of this social crisis, despite brutal repression.
The long and winding road from Ashraf 1 (Camp Ashraf in Iraq) to Ashraf 3 has given birth to a strong political trend in the international arena against the mullahs, in parallel with events inside the country.
This political trend, like the Resistance itself, has blocked the path of Western appeasement towards the mullahs. In its evolution, it has found its way to the highest decision-making centers of the world.
The international supporters of the Resistance, during the five-day program, went further than supporting the NCRI president-elect Maryam Rajavi’s 10-point plan for the future of Iran. They demanded the sanction of the leaders of the mullahs’ regime. In the international arena, this is a clear complement to the general disavowal of Iran's regime.