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Strasbourg Demonstrations – 12,000 Iranian Demanding IRGC Listed as Terrorist Org in EU

According to the Strasbourg police, today, January 16, 2023, about 12,000 people from all over Europe came to the city streets to participate in the demonstration. The march started early this afternoon toward the European Parliament building. The people attending today’s demonstration in Strasbourg had one demand: European Union include the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in the list of terrorist entities of the Union.

Today, on the first day of the monthly meeting of European Union members, the streets of Strasbourg were covered with the three colors of the Iranian flag.  People holding these flags demonstrated in solidarity with their compatriots in Iran who have risen against the criminal Islamic Republic regime since mid-September this year.  People came to once again tell Europe and its representatives in the Union Parliament: IRGC is a terrorist organization, and its place is precisely on the black list of terrorist organizations in Europe, next to ISIS and Al-Qaeda;  They came to say: Europe should stand on the right side of the history, standing next to the people of Iran and their supporters, where the slogan “Basiji, IRGC,  you are our ISIS” has been heard in all cities and villages, from north to south, and east to west of the country.

Roberta Metsola, the President of the European Parliament, to the participants of today’s demonstration in Strasbourg, said: “I am here to tell you on behalf of the European Parliament and on behalf of 500 million European citizens: we are with you! We will not leave you!”  Metsola said: “We will push the international community to respond forcefully to the terror that has been unleashed by the regime on the people in the streets of Iran.”

On another side of France, in Paris, the municipality announced in a statement that the words “Woman, Life, Liberty” and “Stop Executions in Iran” will be displayed on the famous tower of the city on Monday and Tuesday, on the occasion of the fourth month after the state-murder of Mahsa Amini, The well-known structure and the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, will be illuminated in the fourth month of nationwide protests in Iran: “Dedicated to the women and men who bravely continue their fight for freedom, while the regime continues to execute protesters.”

Photos from today’s demonstration of Iranians in front of EU Parliament in Strasbourg:


Translation of this post by Sahar.

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