The terrorist attack on two mosques in “one of New Zealand’s darkest days” shocked the world. Terrorist attacks against two mosques in Christchurch killed 50 and more than 20 severely injured.
Right-wing violence is usually considered a dangerous form of terrorism, but the horrific attack on two mosques in New Zealand on Friday shows its growing international dimensions. The striking point is the amount of violence reported by attackers on the Internet. Recording scenes of killing reminders of the murders of ISIL’s crimes in Syria and Iraq. This is the fanatical and blind extremism that occurred yesterday in the form of the extreme Islam, and today its racist form in New Zealand and the world experienced it bitterly.
This will unite the world to eliminate this crime on a problem and that murder in the name of religion, race or belief is universally unacceptable and reprehensible.
Today’s world needs peaceful coexistence of societies together. Mutual respect and participation in all affairs based on human standards
Unfortunately, this kind of symbiosis has been forgotten in the present century. In 1977, with the advent of the Islamic Republic of Iran, led by Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran, after 1400 clerics came to power. Khomeini, with the deception of the leaders of the US, France, and Germany, managed to win their confidence and take power after the overthrow of the king of Iran. This was the start of the dark era of Iran. They took extremist strife for the power of a rich country, and in the course of 40 years oppressed the Iranian people and tortured and executed more than 120,000 young people in the country. This process continues.
But the Iranian people, who were the first victims of extremism, never succumbed to this evil ideology and resisted it.
The resistance of Iran, which is the main organization of the PMOI, has over 50 years of continuous struggle with two Shah and Khomeini dictatorships to safeguard Iran’s popular and religious values and deliver the idea of tolerant Islam to the extreme Islam of Khomeini.
The President-elect of the NCRI, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi promises a bright future to Iranians by presenting her 10 point plan for Future Free Iran
The world now needs such leaders who are capable of providing an antithesis of extremism and introduces a practical solution based on humanitarian and human rights standards.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi strongly condemned the attack. She said on Twitter: “I strongly condemn the mass shootings on two mosques in
#NewZealand and the heinous killings of worshipers. On behalf of the people of #Iran who have been suffering under the rule of the Godfather of terrorism for 40 years, I extend my deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and pray for quick recovery of those injured.” She added.
The world needs such leaders to ensure peace and freedom and democracy and peaceful coexistence.