{mosimage}Mr. Brian Binley, MP (Conservative) addressed an international conference entitled “A call for Justice” in Brussels on March 8 simultaneous with the EU heads of state summit. The President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, as well as dozens of parliamentarians, jurists and personalities took part in the conference. The following is the text of Mr. Binley’s speech:

{mosimage}The Daily Telegraph - Leaders:  How might we catalyse such a revolution? In three ways. First, we should cease our dealings with the mullahs. EU countries, in contrast to the Americans, have pursued a policy of "constructive engagement" with Teheran, exchanging state visits and sending Jack Straw on repeated visits. Second, we should give financial and political assistance to dissidents inside the country. Third, we should back the main resistance group, the People's Mujahidin, which, until recently, we treated as a terrorist organisation in order to appease Khamenei.

{mosimage}AFP - British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett called Tuesday for Syria and Iran to stop supporting the Hezbollah militia in Lebanon as a key part of efforts to end the current conflict.

{mosimage}Reuters - British Prime Minister Tony Blair warned Syria and Iran on Tuesday that they risked a confrontation if they continued to support terrorism and export instability to Iraq and elsewhere.