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Little known about Rouhani is the fact that he was a member of the Committee for Special Operations (Omure Vijeh Committee), which authorized extralegal terrorist attacks and assassinations, including the suicide truck bombing of Khobar Towers in Saudia Arabia that kill 19 Americans and injured nearly 400 others.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is often mischaracterized in the West as a moderate and force for change. While stylistically he may appear reasonable and forthcoming, he's a consummate insider who has been at the pinnacle of power most of his life, supporting extremist fundamentalist policies.

For 17 years Rouhani has been a member of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), the country's top decision-making panel that overseedefense and national security issues.

Rouhani was twice National Security Adviser to the President; Chief Nuclear Negotiator; Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Services; member of the Supreme Defense Council; Commander of the Air Defense Force; member of the Council of Experts; and five times an elected member of the Majlis, where he served as head of the Defense Committee.

Less well known is Rouhini's key role in supporting terrorism; his support for chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons; how he duped the West when he was Iran's top nuclear negotiator; his early years as a fundamentalist activist and protege of Ayatollah Khomeini; and his hardline opposition to human rights, freedom, and democracy.

These issues and others are discussed on this website to provide a realistic appraisal of Rouhani and his true ambitions as President of Iran.


How was Rowhani approved to run in the "election?"

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He was vetted and approved by the Guardian Council for the election as one who has proved his complete allegiance to the absolute rule of Supreme Leader (Khamenei) both in theory and practice.  Even someone like Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the pillars of the regime, failed this test. This shows the level of Rowhani's loyalty to Khamenei. 

Support for terrorism

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He was the Secretary of the Supreme National Council when Iran masterminded the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, killing 85 people, and of the Khobar Towers in 1996, killing 19 U.S. airmen. 


About Us

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This website is managed by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a coalition of democratic Iranian organizations, groups, and personalities.  The NCRI was founded in 1981 in Tehran, Iran, on the initiative of Mossoud Rajavi, leader of the Iranian Resistance.

The NCRI is an inclusive, pluralistic parliament-in-exile with more than 500 members, including representatives of ethnic and religious minorities. Among the members are Kurds, Baluchis, Armedians, Jews, and Zoroastrians, representing a broad spectrum of political views in Iran.

The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), a member of the NCRI, is the largest and most popular resistance group in the country.

The NCRI supports the establishment of a secular, democratic republic in Iran, based on the separation of religion and state.  Women comprise more than half of the Council's members.

The NCRI has a Secretariat in Paris, headed by Mrs. Mahnaz Salimian, Senior Secretary of the NCRI.  Abolghasem Rezai is the Deputy of the Secretariat of the NCRI.

Maryam Rajavi is the President-elect of the NCRI.  Her term concludes upon the ratification of a new constitution in the Constitutional Assembly and the election of a new president of Iran.

Foreign Affairs Committee

The Foreign Affairs Committee in one of the 25 committees in the NCRI.  The committees work as a shadow cabinet and are paving the way for a new system after the regime falls.  The Foreign Affairs Committee is responsible for maintaining contacts worldwide with parliaments, government officials, United Nations, NGOs, think tanks, and human rights organizations.  It also publishes documents on developments in Iran.  Its communications are made available in Farsi, English, French, German, Italian, and Arabic.