International Day of Cyrus the Great to Be Potentially Cancelled by Iran Regime

Azita Carlson 26 October 2017

by Azita Carlson 

Last year on October28th, thousands of Iranians went to Pasargadae to pay tribute to Cyrus the Great and many ended up protesting against the Iranian regime. Security forces were deployed and several people were arrested. The crowd chanted: “Iran is our homeland; Cyrus is our father”, “Freedom of thought cannot take place with beards” in reference to the current leaders of the country, and “Clerical rule is synonymous with only tyranny, only war”.

Iranian MP, Ali Motahari, Criticizes Friday Prayers

Azita Carlson 24 October 2017

by Azita Carlson

Asserting that Friday Prayer leaders take orders from a “central command” and merely repeat back the lines dictated by the regime to support their policy messages, Ali Motahari, Iran’s Deputy Speaker of Parliament, spoke out against the ceremonies.

Trump Decertifying Iran Nuclear Deal May Be a Path Forward for the Iranian People

Editor 19 October 2017

 by Armin Baldwin 

Although the international community appears to be divided regarding the United States leaving the 2015 nuclear agreement, now that the Trump administration has decided to not certify Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA, the exit from the deal by the United States is set in motion. Congress has 60 days to decide whether or not if they are going to reinstitute the sanctions on Iran. President Trump has indicated that if Congress does not reinstitute the sanctions, he will remove the United States from the deal.

It Is Unassailably Obvious That the Iran Regime Has Not Complied With the Agreement

Editor 13 October 2017

Staff writer, SF

Trump Decertified The Iran Nuclear Deal. Now What?

After describing it as the “worst deal ever” and threatening to scrap the entire accord, U.S. President Donald Trump has decertified the Iran nuclear deal, describing it as against U.S. national security interests, and outlined significant measures targeting the regime in its entirety. Trump took a major step in ordering the Treasury Department to fully sanction Iran’s notorious Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), describing the entity as Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's "corrupt terror personal terror force and militia."

Trump Faces Pressure Regarding Iran's Certification of Nuclear Deal

Editor 12 October 2017

Staff writer, SF

President Donald Trump has made many comments about the Iran nuclear deal. At the recent United Nations General Assembly he described it as “one-sided” and an “embarrassment” to the United States. He said during the election campaign that it was the “worst” deal ever negotiated.

Trump's Decision on the Future of the Iran Nuclear Deal

Armin Baldwin 11 October 2017

by Armin Baldwin 

By October15th, President of the United States Donald Trump must inform Congress of his decision to recertify or decertify Iran with regards to its compliance with the nuclear deal. Many believe that he will decertify Iran’s compliance with the justification that the nuclear deal does not work with the national security interests of the United States.

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