Looted Iranians Spark Social Change

Looted Iranians Spark Social Change

Armin Baldwin 28 February 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Hundreds of thousands of Iranians have had their money “looted” by financial and credit institutions that are affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards and other Regime institutions.

Show Solidarity with repressed 'Iranian Sisters’

Show Solidarity With Repressed 'Iranian Sisters'

Navid Felker 27 February 2019

By Navid  Felker

The ongoing nationwide protests that have become an almost daily feature of Iranian life in most cities and towns for the past 14 months are often led by women. Female teachers, medical staff, students, factory workers, and pensioners are demanding an end to corruption, discrimination, and repression, as well as the regime's military adventurism across the Middle East.

US National security adviser John Bolton

Bolton Defends United Against a Nuclear Iran

Editor 25 February 2019

By Staff writer, SF

US National security adviser John Bolton defended an American organisation that stands opposed to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal on Saturday and called Russian criticism of it “unacceptable”.

Bolton tweeted: “If President Putin is serious about stabilizing the Middle East, confronting terrorism & preventing a nuclear arms race in the region, he should stand with [United Against A Nuclear Iran or] UANI & against Iran.”

The People's Mojahedin of Iran

MEK, the Main Opposition to Iran Regime

Armin Baldwin 23 February 2019

By Armin Baldwin

L. Todd Wood, former special operations helicopter pilot and contributor to many publications, writes that "Tehran used both Mr. Bush and Mr. Obama, albeit in different ways, to promote its own interests in the Middle East and put its troops on Israel’s doorstep, all to fulfill a long-held dream of eradicating the Jewish state from the map. Although it can seem like ancient history, we’re living with the consequences to this day. Mr. Bush was told that Iran was the major threat in the region, not Iraq’s Saddam Hussein. He was told that if he invaded Iran, the mullahs would make life hell for American troops. He was told that Iran wanted to take control of Iraq. I know, I’ve talked to the people who told him.”

Crackdown on Christian Converts Escalates in Iran

Crackdown on Christian Converts Escalates in Iran

Editor 22 February 2019

By Staff writer, SF

Islam forbids its followers from converting to another religion, so in countries where religious law applies, converts can be prosecuted. The numbers of converts to Christianity has been rising in Iran in recent years, reaching tens of thousands or more according to some estimates.

1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners in Iran

Amnesty International Reports on Iran's Year of Shame and the 1988 Massacre of Political Prisoners

Editor 21 February 2019

By Atousa Pilger

Year of Shame and Iran: Blood Soaked Secrets are the titles of Amnesty International’s latest reports.

Indeed, 2018 was a year of upheaval and shame in Iran, beginning with the uprising that started in Mashhad and quickly spread across the country, and ending with the continued protests and demonstrations that have reached across the social strata of Iranian citizens.

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