It is time for the U.S. administration to listen to this message, a message brought by you who have proved to be symbols of peace and democracy in today's worldBritons support PMOI in letter to Obama May 14, 2009
The fact is that since the court ruling on Dec. 4 in favor of delisting the People's Mujahedin of Iran, the PMOI was legally not on the EU terrorist listPMOI appears headed for delisting in EU Jan 23, 2009
The PMOI is no longer on the list, and the (European) Council has no alternative other than formally and publicly removing the PMOI from the EU terrorist listCourt declines French, EU PMOI challenge Dec 19, 2008
Now it is time that the West ends its biggest policy blunder about Iran by ending all restrictions against this movementEU court annuls PMOI designation Dec 04, 2008
In this respect, it will not even be dependent on the president or (the Parliament)Rajavi: Iran overhauls security service Nov 17, 2009
Maryam Rajavi (born Maryam Azodanlu in 1953 in Tehran, Iran) is the wife of Massoud Rajavi, a founder of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI). She's the "president-elect" of the National Council of Resistance of Iran., a coalition of exiled groups opposed to the Islamic Republic regime. In 1985, she became co-leader of the PMOI along with Massoud Rajavi, and together they made women a main portion of the group's fighting force.
Maryam Rajavi was born in 1953 to a middle class family in Tehran. She has a degree in metallurgical engineering. She speaks English, French and Persian. Mrs. Rajavi became acquainted with the anti-Shah movement in 1970.
In 1982 Maryam Rajavi left Iran for Paris, where the headquarters of the National Council of Resistance was located. In 1993 Rajavi was elected President-Elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, an umbrella coalition of which the PMOI is the primary member organization. As President-Elect, Rajavi has continued to place women in nearly all of the leadership roles within her resistance movement, and believes that women should have equal opportunity with men to participate in social and political activities.