Hundreds of Iranians in Brussels demanded EU to blacklist Iran’s revolutionary guard, IRGC, as a terrorist organisation

Today, April 24, hundreds of Iranian supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran in Brussels protested in Shuman Square and demanded EU to blacklist IRGC.

Last week, 130 US representatives of the house sent the same request to the European Union’s foreign policy chief in a letter to Joseph Burrell.

In the demonstration of Iranians in Brussels, NCRI supporters also carried placards and banners of crimes of poisoning attacks against Iranian schools, which, according to Amnesty International, targeted thousands of students. Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the president of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, has written in this regard on her Twitter: The misogynist regime of mullahs has poisoned many students and sent them to hospitals in a deliberate government crime with a chain of poisons in girls’ schools in different cities. A crime that is a revenge for the leading role of brave girls in the uprising regime and complements the moral police system.

The uprising in Iran, which began with the tragic death of Mahsa Amini, has continued for more than 7 months. The resistance units affiliated to the People’s Mojahedin organisation (MEK) played a decisive role in the spread of the uprising. The Mojahedin Organization announced in March, shortly after the Iranian New Year, that more than 3600 of its members and supporters were arrested or missing in Iran.

In January of this year, European Parliament asked the Council of Europe with an overwhelming majority of votes to include the Revolutionary Guards in the list of terrorist organizations due to the role of this organisation in suppressing demonstrations in Iran.