Paris – The exiled Iranian population has demanded, in a letter written to the Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, ‘The Bennett government in Israel should support us for promoting democracy and counter-terrorism activities in Iran. This is because it is necessary to overthrow the extremist and medieval Iranian regime reaching close to the atomic bomb.’ At the same time, the letter ends with a message that the democratic government that will come to power after overthrowing the Khamenei-Raisi regime will sign the Cyrus Accord with Israel.
The Iranian population, exiled after the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran, hold protests every year in the United States and Europe against the current Iranian government. A massive rally is organised by the National Council of Resistance of Iran in the French capital of Paris. Leaders from the United States and European countries participate in this rally. These Iranian exiled activists reiterate their demand to overthrow the government of the supreme religious leader Khamenei and establish democracy.
Last year, this rally could not be held because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Whereas, even this year, strong protests on a much smaller scale were held in the German capital of Berlin against the government of Ayatollah Khamenei and President-elect Ebrahim Raisi. The accusation was made during the protests that Raisi is a Khamenei agent and murderer of opponents. At the same time, the protestors demanded that the international community should take action against Raisi.
A group of exiled Iranians have sent a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. There is an appeal in the letter that Bennett should assist them in overthrowing the medieval Iranian regime, which is speaking the language of destruction of Israel, and establishing democracy in Iran. At the same time, the letter claims that Israeli assistance is necessary to stop Iran from closing in on the nuclear bomb for the prosperity of the Iranian population and the security of the Jewish people. A leading Iranian newspaper published the contents of the letter.