Statement OIAC Welcomes The UN Third Committee’s Adoption of the resolution citing human rights...
The Organization of Iranian-American Communities
The Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that believes democracy and human rights in Iran are critical to the national security of America and to peace in the Middle East and beyond. The goal of this Iranian-American society is, first and foremost, to organize Iranian-American communities to peacefully and persistently advocate for a democratic, secular, and non-nuclear government in Iran. In Iran, human rights continue to be a struggle, so the OIAC advocates strongly for an Iranian government that values and respects human rights across the spectrum. We also seek to improve relations between Iran and the United States by exposing Americans to the beauties of Iranian-American culture and Persian-American culture.
The OIAC has groups organized across the US in 40 different states. These groups work in collaboration with all Iranian-Americans and concerned citizens to seek an alternative to the religious fascism that currently engulfs Iran and its citizens, causing unrest throughout the region and the world. The OIAC does not support a foreign war, nor does it support an appeasement policy toward Iran; rather, we promote a third option that supports the Iranian people’s struggle for democratic change within their own country. We back a political and social platform that allows for self-determination through democratic elections by and for the people of Iran. It is our position that no part of the current regime represents the Iranian people or their democratic aspirations and that it must, therefore, be replaced in its entirety by the people of Iran.