Tens of thousands of Iranian diaspora gathered in 17 capitals around the world as well as online to take part in a global summit and called for the prosecution of Iran regime’s president, Ebrahim Raisi, for his role in the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners. Summit participants and speakers also expressed support for the popular uprisings and protests to oust the theocracy in Iran.
The virtual component of the event was simulcast in 105 countries, including Iran. Some 50,000 access point from 106 countries and all continents listened to or viewed remarks from over 1,000 political figures. As many as 30 bi-partisan members of the U.S. Congress, former senior U.S. officials, heads of states, ministers from North America and Europe, as well as sitting officials from European, Canadian, Arab and Islamic nations addressed this gathering virtually and in person. The gathering was the largest-ever online and in-person global event of Iranian Diaspora following Ebrahimi Raisi’s June 18th selection as the next president of the Iranian regime before he took office.