NCRI


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NCRI

Abbreviation for:
National Cancer Research Institute, see there
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According to specific information obtained by the Iranian resistance, the clerical regime is establishing or completing parallel secret and undeclared sites for its nuclear project," NCRI officialMehdi Abrichamtchitold reporters.
At the time, a Department of State said NCRI "functions as part of MeK and has supported MeK's acts of terrorism.
O'Brien, Professor of Haematology at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research at Newcastle University, NCRI member and chief investigator of the SPIRIT 3 study.
This is not the first time that NCRI has organized a press conference with startling revelations about Iran's nuclear program.
Notwithstanding executive branch treatment of Iran as a normal state, a bipartisan coalition of the incoming Congress is likely to press the administration to consider the Iranian regime as a revolutionary state and the NCRI worthy of support of the United States.
Another official, David Albright, the founder of the independent Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) told AFP that the NCRI has made "a lot of mistakes" in the past with claims of Iranian nuclear mischief, adding that the group, which advocates the overthrow of the Iranian regime "exaggerate their accomplishments dramatically.
A NCRI spokesman said some 1,000 buses had ferried its supporters to the rally, adding that "many tens of thousands" had shown up.
Maryam Rajavi, the president elect of the NCRI, hailed the latest court ruling as a "victory".
The NCRI consists of 20 government and charity partners as well as the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry.
It would come as a surprise, then, that rather than aiding those who seek to end the ayatollahs' near-three-decade long reign of terror, torture and executions, Britain and the European Union are lending support to Iran's radical clerics in cracking down on the main force within the NCRI.
The NCRI is a self-described parliament in exile which claims to be committed to the creation of a "democratic, secular and coalition government in Iran".