Two Days of Protests and Meetings in Oslo

The Nobel Peace Prize Committee is planning a ceremony to award this year's Peace Prize to Shirin Ebadi in Oslo, Norway on December 10, 2003. By now, everyone knows that neither peace nor human rights is to be celebrated at this ceremony. The ruling reaction in Europe recognises that it is not enough to conduct so-called 'critical dialogue' or directly support the Islamic barbarity in Iran. This is a clear response to the spectre of a popular revolution in Iran. With this award, European governments have directly and indirectly declared through Shirin Ebadi that Islam is not incompatible with human rights, that the Islamic regime is reform-able, and that the people of Iran must tolerate Islamic Sharia Law and the Islamic constitution! On December 10th, this is the despicable political message the Nobel Peace Committee, the European Union and western governments want to announce to the world.

The Worker-communist Party of Iran will organise demonstrations and meetings on 9th and 10th of December to bring a different message to the world. We will bring the message of the millions of people in Iran who are sick and tired of the Islamic regime of Iran and are determined to overthrow this regime and establish a free, equal and prosperous society.

Come with us to Oslo and declare that the conspiracy to save the Islamic regime is doomed to fail!

9the December 2003, 1.00 p.m.
Press conference and Speeches
Opposite the Noble Peace Institute
Drammensveien 19, Oslo

10 December 2003, 2.00 p.m.
Opposite the Norwegian Parliament

Worker-communist Party of Iran
17 November 2003


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