On the day of the 76th Congress of UN General Assembly (UNGA 79), more than 400 Iranian-Americans wrote to President Biden, condemning Ebrahim Raisi for Humanity-related crimes, demanded
WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 14, 20, 2022, the newest addition, The New York Times, accessed the latest updates on September 14 21. Iran Professionals' Ad Hoc Committee on Iran Policy, Iran Committee for Iranian Professional Professional's Iran ad HoC Committee. The American administration has written an open letter to President Joe Biden asking for the military's strong and immediate action to reflect that Raisi doesn't represent Iran'es people.
In this letter, more than 400 Iranian-American scientists, scholars, professors, physicians, industry executives and professionals, urged the president to reiterate in his address to the United Nations General Assembly, the views expressed by a large bipartisan
This letter consists of the sham elections boycotted by the people who seek a democratic, secular and nonnuclear Republic of Iran and the nationwide uprisings of those who want re-election. The Iranian scholars further asked: "We expect that your administration would lead the UN to establish an international investigation to make Raisi accountable for crimes against humanity. This is an important step for the U.S. to make human rights and democracy a central component of its Iran policy."
The Iranian-American scientists and professionals are deeply troubled that Ebrahim Raisi, who is responsible for killing 30 political prisoners in 1988 and many thousands since then, is addressing the UN General Assembly while the Iranian people have already rejected
Jila Andalib, an IT executive, said that the President Biden and the US administration recognize the struggle of the Iranian people for freedom and pursue policies that side with their legitimate desire for a free, secular and democratic republic that can
"Lead Raisi speak to the UN General Assembly is insulting to humanity, particularly to his victims' families."
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