Apple: The Company Is Unable to Support Iranian Software Anymore Due to Sanctions

02 August 2017

On July 31, 2017, Apple announced in a message to Iranian parties that the Company will remove Iranian software from App Store due to new U.S. sanctions against the Iranian regime.

In response to Apple's removal of software, the Iranian regime's state TV news agency said: “Apple has not yet provided a reason for this. Removed software are programs in which there is a possibility to pay by Iranian currency, the Rial. Apple has sent a message to the developers that it is no longer able to support Iranian software.”

The NCRI Responds to Iran Regime's Denouncement of Opposition's "Free Iran" Rally

02 August 2017

The annual “Free Iran” rally hosted by the Iranian Resistance in Villepinte, in the suburbs of Paris, took place three weeks ago. 

Since then, the regime has been upset over the massive reception this event garnered, both inside the country and on the international scene. 

Meanwhile, the Justice-Seeking Movement has been calling for retribution for the victims of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, and the regime has been criticized for its crimes against the countries in the Middle East.

Iran Regime's MP: In Response to New US Sanctions, 20% Enrichment Should Be Launched

31 July 2017

On July 28, 2017, member of Iranian regime parliament, mullah Mousavi Largani, said: “If the new sanctions are approved by the US Congress, a plan should be drawn up to oblige the government to place 20% enrichment (of uranium) on the agenda.”

He added that new sanctions against Iran regime have been approved by the US Congress, while Tramp has accused the regime of violating the nuclear agreement (JCPOA) in recent days...

United States Imposes Further Sanctions on Iran

19 July 2017

Earlier this week, the United States applied more sanctions on Iran. These economic sanctions are related to the country’s ballistic missile program and its belligerence across the Middle East, actions which the Trump administration says undercut anything positive from the nuclear deal. 

These latest actions are a demonstration from the Trump administration that the United States will keep pressuring Iran for as long as necessary while keeping the 2015 nuclear deal intact.

Iranian Regime Cannot Reform from Within

14 July 2017

The Iranian regime is facing crisis after crisis and has been severely weakened over the course of the past few months. One of its biggest threats, and fears, is the Iranian Resistance which is growing in strength and numbers. It has unprecedented support which became evident at its latest annual “Free Iran” gathering in Paris which took place at the beginning of July. 

At the gathering, hundreds of former senators, parliamentarians, prominent politicians and human rights advocates gave speeches. In reference to claims that the Iranian regime needs a chance to reform from within, the speakers pointed out that this will never happen.

Iran's Provocations Need to Be Curbed Immediately

13 July 2017

In a hearing before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that there would be a “peaceful transition” of power in Iran with the help of elements inside the country. On top of this, there was an almost unanimous Senate vote regarding a bill named “Countering Iran's Destabilizing Activities Act of 2017”. The bill condemns the Iranian regime’s ballistic missile program, its destabilising activities in the Middle East and its human rights violations. 

This is the first time in decades a US Secretary of State has spoken so explicitly about regime change. It is also the first time that there has been such a strong support – 98 out of 100 votes – for a bill regarding Iran’s belligerence.

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