How can the US tackle Iran in Iraq?

Atousa Pilger 18 February 2018

by Atousa Pilger
Iran has key vulnerabilities in Iraq that the US can exploit in order to make sure that the mullahs do not take over outright, but the Regime has been building up their strength and support in Iraq for over a decade and their current control over the country’s government and armed militias should not be underestimated.

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards develop 'mass surveillance' apps to spy on Regime Opponents

Editor 16 February 2018

 by Staff writer, SF
After an extensive investigation, Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran, a leading Iranian exile dissident group released a report on Thursday saying that
Iran’s intelligence services have “significantly accelerated” spying on their own citizens in the wake of anti-regime protests that rocked the nation.

UN warns Iran to respect environmental activists

Azita Carlson 15 February 2018

by Azita Carlson

The Iranian Regime has been warned by the UN to respect the work of environmental activists, after it emerged that wildlife campaigner, Kavous Seyed Emami, was killed in prison last week.

UN Environment head, Erik Solheim said: “Environmental rights are human rights, and we all have an obligation to protect them. We are closely following these cases in Iran and urge that the work of environment defenders – both in Iran and around the world – be promoted and respected.”

Regime still holding student protesters in prison

Editor 14 February 2018

by Staff writer, SF
Some Iranian university students are still being held in prison without access to legal counsel, despite the Iranian Regime’s claims that all of the people arrested in connection with the nationwide protests had been released.

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