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Iran’s brain drain crisis: Regime’s destructive policies fuels exodus of Iranians professionals

Ebrahim Raisi, the regime's president, directed the Center for Presidential Strategic Studies to carry out the plan of
Ebrahim Raisi, the regime's president, directed the Center for Presidential Strategic Studies to carry out the plan of "elite retention and reverse migration."
Ebrahim Raisi, the regime’s president, directed the Center for Presidential Strategic Studies to carry out the plan of “elite retention and reverse migration.”

The Iranian regime’s state-run daily Etemad published an article titled ‘They are gone forever on August 29, highlighting the critical situation of ‘brain drain’ in Iran.

SNDU state study warns the Iranian regime of impending nationwide protests

 In a recent study on national security, the Supreme National Defense University (SNDU) of the regime, forewarned regime officials that "three out four Iranians participate in protests
In a recent study on national security, the Supreme National Defense University (SNDU) of the regime, forewarned regime officials that “three out four Iranians participate in protests.

 

Protests are still happening all over Iran almost three years after the historic uprising in November 2019 that involved people from all walks of life. Iranian society is becoming more widely acknowledged as an explosive by the regime’s own institutions and state media.

Iranian regime is fraught with corruption

Ahamad Reza Bigi, a regime lawmaker, recently spoke with the state-run newspaper Asr Iran about a much larger corruption scheme in the regime's banking system than the recently exposed corruption in the Mobarakeh Steel company.
Ahamad Reza Bigi, a regime lawmaker, recently spoke with the state-run newspaper Asr Iran about a much larger corruption scheme in the regime's banking system than the recently exposed corruption in the Mobarakeh Steel company.
Ahamad Reza Bigi, a regime lawmaker, recently spoke with the state-run newspaper Asr Iran about a much larger corruption scheme in the regime’s banking system than the recently exposed corruption in the Mobarakeh Steel company.

 

Ali Khamenei, the supreme leader of the Iranian regime, said in a public meeting four years ago, “Systematic corruption? No, that one who sees corruption systematically, he himself is corrupted. They are speaking in such a way as if all are corrupted.”

Iranian regime is gradually raising energy prices in order to quell public outrage

The regime's known modus operandi, used time and again by the mullahs.In such circumstances, the regime is preparing to announce a new gasoline price increase. Regime officials, on the other hand, are keeping a close eye on escalating protests and discontent across Iran.
The regime's known modus operandi, used time and again by the mullahs.In such circumstances, the regime is preparing to announce a new gasoline price increase. Regime officials, on the other hand, are keeping a close eye on escalating protests and discontent across Iran.
The regime’s known modus operandi, was used time and again by the mullahs. In such circumstances, the regime is preparing to announce a new gasoline price increase. Regime officials, on the other hand, are keeping a close eye on escalating protests and discontent across Iran.

 

There are indications that the mullahs’ regime in Iran is preparing to raise gasoline and other energy prices. Shortages of gasoline at pump stations, a 100-liter reduction in gasoline rations, and an expanding state media echo chamber over a large volume of gasoline being smuggled to neighboring countries due to Iran’s low gasoline prices and uncontrolled consumption by the general public.

Iran nuclear deal: No resolution in sight, as the Iranian regime continues to enrich uranium

Less talked about is the fact that, for the past 18 months, the Iranian regime has been putting off dealing with its nuclear commitments.
Less talked about is the fact that, for the past 18 months, the Iranian regime has been putting off dealing with its nuclear commitments.
Less talked about is the fact that, for the past 18 months, the Iranian regime has been putting off dealing with its nuclear commitments.
Less talked about is the fact that, for the past 18 months, the Iranian regime has been putting off dealing with its nuclear commitments.

Recently, there has been an increase in optimism among some western governments and circles that the 2015 Iran nuclear deal is about to be finalized. Josep Borrell, the head of foreign policy for the European Union and the person in charge of coordinating the ongoing negotiations between major powers and the mullahs’ government, said he thought we were in the final millimeters and praised the rationality and reasoned responses from both Washington and Tehran.

Iran’s continued cat-and-mouse game leaves uncertainty in final nuclear draft text

The fact remains that despite the Western parties' claims to the contrary, Tehran's persistent insistence on additional changes undermines the deal.
The fact remains that despite the Western parties’ claims to the contrary, Tehran’s persistent insistence on additional changes undermines the deal.

 

On Friday, the Iranian regime officially responded to a US proposal regarding the “final text” of the agreement to reinstate the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or 2015 nuclear deal. However, regime officials and state media outlets have been evasive on the subject, avoiding deadlines and firm commitments while explicitly stating that the negotiating process could last until September.

In memory of the prominent women who died in the Ashraf massacre in 2013

The Iranian opposition movement is led by selfless women who have given up everything in their lives to bring freedom and democracy to their country's people.
The Iranian opposition movement is led by selfless women who have given up everything in their lives to bring freedom and democracy to their country’s people.

 

These leading women have become indispensable to the Iranian opposition in its fight for regime change and democracy over the years. As a result, at each critical juncture, Iran’s leading women are seen playing an important role in the movement. On September 1, 2013, Ashraf experienced a watershed moment.

Iran UNGA77: The United States cannot ignore Raisi’s record of crimes against humanity

The current president of the Iranian regime, Ebrahim Raisi, was appointed to the
The current president of the Iranian regime, Ebrahim Raisi, was appointed to the "death commission" in Tehran in 1988 while serving as the deputy prosecutor for the capital city.
The current president of the Iranian regime, Ebrahim Raisi, was appointed to the “death commission” in Tehran in 1988 while serving as the deputy prosecutor for the capital city.

This allowed him to carry out the supreme leader’s fatwa, which called for the execution of anyone who supported the leading democratic opposition, People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), or opposed the clerical regime. Raisi aided in the interrogation of political prisoners at the Evin and Gohardasht Prisons for about three months that year, after which the death commission commanded the immediate hanging of anyone found responsible for “enmity against God.”

Iran: President Raisi continues to act as if everything is “under control”

Ebrahim Raisi, the president of the Iranian regime, held a press conference on Tuesday, August 30, boasting about his administration's blatantly non-existent
Ebrahim Raisi, the president of the Iranian regime, held a press conference on Tuesday, August 30, boasting about his administration's blatantly non-existent "achievements" one year into office.
Ebrahim Raisi, the president of the Iranian regime, held a press conference on Tuesday, August 30, boasting about his administration’s blatantly non-existent “achievements” one year into office.

 

Ebrahim Raisi, the president of the Iranian regime, held a press conference on Tuesday, August 30, boasting about his administration’s blatantly non-existent “achievements” one year into office. His long list of lies includes absurd claims like lowering the rate of inflation, raising the employment rate, covering the budget deficit without printing money, and environmental improvements. The harsh reality in Iran is in sharp contrast to Raisi’s assertions.

Iran: The underlying cause of Hamedan’s water scarcity

Hamedan and Shahr-e Kord were once considered water-rich provinces, but in recent years, residents of these provinces have faced the most severe national water crisis.
Hamedan and Shahr-e Kord were once considered water-rich provinces, but in recent years, residents of these provinces have faced the most severe national water crisis.

 

Locals protested the water shortage in Hamedan, western Iran, last week. Protests erupted a few days after regime security forces suppressed protesters in Shahr-e Kord, the capital city of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, following days of water-related protests.