At least four large public uprisings against the regime’s fragile extremist authority have rocked the regime since 2017. Tehran carried out a street bloodbath in November 2019, killing at least 1,500 demonstrators.
On August 5, Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as the next president, following the conclusion of more than 30 years of impunity for him and the system as a whole.
Twenty years have gone since the September 11th terrorist attack. It is, without a doubt, a watershed moment. But no amount of time will ever be able to erase my recollections of that day.
Last month’s appointment of Ebrahim Raisi’s hand-picked government has been more evidence of the regime’s aim to expand its nefarious activities.
If there were any concerns that the Iranian regime is speeding up its nuclear programme despite Western engagement, they should be put to rest after two recent UN nuclear watchdog assessments, According to the Iranian opposition group the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), analyses.
The Iranian opposition the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), see Iran’s clerical leadership as an enemy of freedom and the principal source of global fundamentalism, which has mostly destroyed the Middle East in recent decades. For example, what we’re seeing now in Afghanistan originated in Iran, not in Afghanistan.