Press Advisory - For Immediate Release
Regime Change is on its Way to Iran
Washington, DC. - On behalf of the HAKHA Movement
for Freedom and democracy in Iran, Dr. Ahura-Pirouz Khaleghi Yazdi
will hold a press conference at 2:00 PM EDT on Thursday, June 2, 2005 at
the National Press Club (529 14th Street, N.W. Washington D.C.
20045) to discuss change of regime in Iran.
The HAKHA Movement is a freedom coalition of
pro-democracy Iranians. It champions the vision of a free Iran reclaiming
its rightful position in the international community. The HAKHA Movement
is a global initiative to advance, in common cause on behalf of all
Iranians, the purposes of national self-determination, the principles of
secular democracy, the capacity for responsible self-government, the
respect for individual and universal human rights, and the provision of
institutions of ordered liberty essential for a free Iran. The leader of
The HAKHA Movement is Dr. A.F.K. Yazdi.
Dr. A.F.K. Yazdi, on behalf of the People of Iran,
has warned the Mullahs and their henchmen in Iran that the day has come
for the People of Iran to demand their liberties. Therefore, he has
advised the Mullahs to give up their power and hand over the government to
the People of Iran before or on June 16, 2005 at 10:00 am Tehran time.
Otherwise, like a swift-moving hurricane, the People of Iran will stand
united and will force the Mullahs to give up their power and leave the
In today’s turbulent Middle Eastern climate, it is
now more imperative than ever for democracy to prevail over hard-line
fundamentalism. The People of Iran are ready to show the world that
changes in the Middle East have inspired them to demand their liberties
and make an end to this terrorist regime. By June 19, 2005, the People of
Iran shall reach their goal of freedom and begin practicing the principles
of the HAKHA Movement to establish a democratic government in Iran.
Dr. A.F.K. Yazdi has also called on the revolutionary
guards and the paramilitary forces of the regime in Iran to support the
movement to free their country. According
to the most recent reports from Iran, the guards and paramilitary forces
have shown marked improvement in their attitude towards the people.
Encouraged by knowing that the United States and the Bush administration
stand with the people of Iran, they have begun to join the movement to
change the regime in Iran.
Please join us on Thursday, June 2, 2005 for
more information on plans to free 70 million Iranians held hostage by the
regime of Mullahs. These efforts mark a significant step forward in the
battle against terrorism worldwide.