Former Algerian Prime Minister Sid Ahmed Ghozali said
Saturday that he stood by the Iranian people against the repressive policies of
the mullah regime in Tehran.
In his address to the international conference of Iranian communities on Saturday, Ghozali said that he always stands by people suffering from injustice, which is the case with the people of Iran now.
"When we fight the Iranian regime, we salute the people's struggle for freedom and dignity," he said.
Ghozali also saluted Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian resistance abroad, for her efforts to end the injustices and oppression faced by Iranians.
The conference was held via satellite and internet on Saturday to announce solidarity of expatriate Iranian communities with the popular uprising in Iran. It was held in dozens of cities throughout Europe, Australia, Canada and the United States, with a number of political figures supporting the Iranian resistance speaking at various venues.
Iranians abroad expressed their support for those participating in the uprising with the aim of toppling the regime of Tehran, demanding firm action against the Iranian regime’s terrorist activities.
The organizers of the conference stressed that the Iranian regime is currently at its worst internally and externally, adding that the circumstances have never been as favorable to overthrow the regime as now.