The Iranian Resistance's call for international solidarity against Islamic fundamentalism has been met with strong approval by the French public.
Immediately after the November 13 deadly terrorist attacks in Paris claimed by the Islamic fundamentalist group ISIS (ISIL or Islamic State), Iranian opposition leader Mrs. Maryam Rajavi issued a statement condemning the atrocity and stating that the terrorists responsible for the massacre in no way represented true Islam.
At least 129 people were killed in the Paris attacks.
Mrs. Rajavi reiterated that fundamentalism in the name of Islam - whether under the banner of Shia and velayat-e faqih or under the banner of Sunni and Daesh – and their inhuman crimes have nothing to do with Islam, and this evil phenomenon, wherever it may be, is the enemy of peace and humanity.
Over the past week, supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) have held memorials and vigils in central Paris in memory of the victims of the massacre. They have also informed the French public of Mrs. Rajavi’s position which has been widely endorsed among the French people.