Iran: Child Marriage Is Destroying Futures

Editor 12 September 2017

Staff writer, SF

Child marriage is a significant problem in Iran where girls as young as 10 are being forced into marriage. According to the Sharia-based law of Iran, the legal age for marriage is 13 for girls and 15 for boys. However, the father or legal guardian can give consent for them to marry at a younger age, and so can a judge.

`Trump Must Not Be Afraid to Find Iran Regime in Violation of Nuclear Deal

Editor 04 September 2017

by Navid  Felker

The Iranian Regime is violating the nuclear deal and the Trump administration must not be afraid to admit this according to one human rights activist.

Heshmat Alavi wrote an op-ed for Forbes in which he laid out the evidence for Iran’s violations of the nuclear deal and insisted that they should not be labelled compliant once again.

Anniversary of PMOI/MEK Massacre: Rajavi Hails Resistance Movement

Editor 03 September 2017

by Armin Baldwin

On the fourth anniversary of the attack on Camp Ashraf in Iraq which killed 52 members of the PMOI/MEK, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), made a speech to pay homage to the Resistance.

Iranian Pilgrims Disclosed the Negative Propagandas of the Iran Regime

21 August 2017

A number of Iranian pilgrims who went to Saudi Arabia to attend Hajj Rites expressed their delight as this country welcomed them. As they stated, their misconceptions and worries vanished regarding the Saudi Arabia when they entered the country. This concern arose from the negative propagandas of the Iran regime.

A report from Al-Arabiya Television, August 18, 2017:

Iranian President Rouhani's Attempt to Pit Iran's Military Against the Revolutionary Guard Corps

16 August 2017

The power struggle at the top of leadership in the Iranian regime has President Rohani raising the stakes in his fight for power against the IRGC, by offering the Defense Ministry to the regular military.

Rohani’s candidate for the De¬fense and Armed Forces Logistics Ministry was a surprising pick. Should Brigadier-General Amir Hatami gain the parliament’s vote, he will be the first regular military officer to serve in a cabinet position. Since 1993, this position has been held by officers of the Is¬lamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC).

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