As their economy crumbles, Iran’s leaders are anxiously watching the US presidential debates

By Dr. Majid Rafizadeh Of the 20 Democrat US presidential candidates who recently participated in the first two rounds of debates on CNN, nine so far have qualified for the next stage. Statements from the Iranian leaders and the coverage of the debates by the Iranian media show that the Islamic Republic is closely watching and examining the process. This is because the outcome of … Continue reading As their economy crumbles, Iran’s leaders are anxiously watching the US presidential debates

Iran State TV Breaks Silence on Opposition, Openly Attacks the MEK+ Video

Written by Mohammad Sadat Khansari on 15 August 2019. In state-run media and in official statements, senior Iranian officials have recently made unprecedented remarks about the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), its impact on society, and its role in international policymaking. For years, it has been state policy to keep silent about the MEK and its impact, both domestic and global. The recent salvo of remarks and … Continue reading Iran State TV Breaks Silence on Opposition, Openly Attacks the MEK+ Video

Corruption is rampant in the Iranian regime

Iran, Aug. 14, 2019 – In recent days, Iran’s state-run media is reporting more government corruption cases. According to the state-run ISNA news agency, several managers of the Saipa vehicle manufacturing company were arrested and the company’s CEO has been banned from leaving the country. Saipa is one of the largest vehicle manufacturers in Iran, and its shareholders include the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and other regime institutions. … Continue reading Corruption is rampant in the Iranian regime

Iran: the Activists who Demanded the Resignation of Khamenei Arrested

By Hassan Mahmoudi On August 11, 2019, at least 10 dissident individuals have been arrested in Mashhad (Large city in Northeast of Iran). According to NCRI Statement, Iranian security forces arrested Hashem Khastar, a teacher’s representative and 9 others who demanded the resignation and removal of Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the clerical regime. They had gathered in front of a tribunal in Mashhad to … Continue reading Iran: the Activists who Demanded the Resignation of Khamenei Arrested

As Iran reinforces impunity for past crimes, world must demand justice

By Bob Blackman Aug. 14 (UPI) — At the end of July, Amnesty Internationalreleased a new statement on one of the worst unresolved crimes against humanity in recent decades. The statement was motivated by the latest remarks to emerge from Tehran regarding the Iranian regime’s systematic massacre of political prisoners in the summer of 1988. Far from being held to account, the architects and participants in that massacre … Continue reading As Iran reinforces impunity for past crimes, world must demand justice

Iran: Prisoners taking footage of executions are facing threats to their lives + video

Iran, Aug. 13, 2019 – Security guards of Gohardasht Prison in the city f Karaj, west of Tehran, Iran, raided the cells of prisoners who took footage of execution scenes and those involved in hangings. These prisoners were viciously attacked and transferred to unknown locations. Members of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) were among those involved in this attack that took place early Saturday morning in the prison’s … Continue reading Iran: Prisoners taking footage of executions are facing threats to their lives + video

Iran MOIS’ Futile and Disgraceful Ploys Targeting Iran Resistance

Crazed acts of Iran’s cyber war machine to counter Resistance’s international campaign The Iranian regime seems to have lost its bearings after large opposition rallies in numerous world capitals and the five-day gathering in Ashraf 3 attended by over 350 political dignitaries from 47 countries, in addition to an increasing stream of activities by resistance units inside the country. The events have dealt a lethal … Continue reading Iran MOIS’ Futile and Disgraceful Ploys Targeting Iran Resistance