- - Wednesday, July 24, 2019

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

As we gather to celebrate the freedom of speech, the freedom of thinking and idea sharing, I come here for the second time and Ashraf 3 is even more beautiful and operative. The improvement to reach your dream is clear and visible. A dream guided by a brave woman, the President Maryam Rajavi, and open for Iranian people

Every time the world has changed, people thought there could not be someone who could alter the history. I see the resilience that precedes an (epic) phenomenon in the bravery the Iranian community has demonstrated fighting for human rights. And I hope for a common community — a common state not divided by color, caste, religion, or ethnicity, where humans are not subordinated to other humans — and the day when a wind of liberty will delete the cruelty of totalitarianism and a new vision for the country based on the principle of democracy, laws, and civil rights will influence the new mentality.

In concluding, when the last citizen with his own voice will have the possibility to claim his dignity and achieve individual happiness, our mission will finally be considered to be done.

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