Saudi Arabia’s UN Ambassador Abdullah Al-Mouallimi and Yemeni Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Abdulmalek Al-Makhlafi, said that Iran has no role to play in the region because it was the cause of the Yemeni crisis and not part of the solution. Their remarks came at a symposium titled “Partners for a Sustainable Peace in Yemen” on Monday at UN headquarters in New York.
To mark the anniversary of the 1988 massacre that resulted in the killing of more than 30,000 political prisoners, a ceremony was held in Tirana, Albania’s capital city. As well as a large number of PMOI (MEK) members, there were also political and human rights dignitaries in attendance.
The President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, spoke about the justice movement that is calling for an inquiry into the massacre. She called on the UN Human Rights Council and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to start an investigation into this crime against humanity and said that the perpetrators of the crime must be held responsible because some are currently high officials in the Iranian regime.
A number of Iranian pilgrims who went to Saudi Arabia to attend Hajj Rites expressed their delight as this country welcomed them. As they stated, their misconceptions and worries vanished regarding the Saudi Arabia when they entered the country. This concern arose from the negative propagandas of the Iran regime.
A report from Al-Arabiya Television, August 18, 2017:
Following the firing at a group of Porters on June 25, and July 28 and 29, in Baneh and around the village of Dule’ei of Sardasht, as a result of which two Porters called Mine Abduli and Karim Mohammad Aminzadeh, were killed in point blank shooting by security agents, and several others were injured, on Tuesday, August 15, a group of Sardasht residents hold a demonstration in support of the Porters and condemned the savage killings by the Revolutionary Guards and the regime's security forces while carrying signs reading “No to the killing of Porters”.