Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to the United Nations General Assembly has raised major concerns and increased divisions among the mullahs.

Iran Regime Divided Over UN Visit

Navid Felker 02 October 2019

by Navid Felker

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to the United Nations General Assembly has raised major concerns and increased divisions among the mullahs’, not just over whether or not to restart negotiations over its nuclear programme with the US, but also because of the success of the anti-regime protests by supporters of the Iranian Resistance in New York. (The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, or PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK, held major “No to Rouhani” rallies outside the UN to protest Rouhani’s presence in New York and demand that the Regime be expelled from the UN.)

The Iranian foreign minister, Javad Zarif, complained about the restrictions the United States has put in place

US Ambassador to Germany Describes Iran Foreign Minister’s Hypocrisy as Knowing No Bounds

Armin Baldwin 01 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Last week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was in New York with his delegation for the United Nations General Assembly. His visit there came with much controversy, and Iranian Americans and supporters of the main opposition to the Iranian regime, People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK), demonstrated outside the building. Many asked why the representative of a murderous, criminal, brutal and terrorist regime should be given a seat at the assembly.

Trump’s policy

Trump’s Policy Towards Iran Is Showing Success

Azita Carlson 20 September 2018

by Azita Carlson

When U.S. President Donald Trump took office, he vowed to crack down on Iran to curb its belligerence and to thwart the threat that it poses across the Middle East and beyond. He has also stuck to his guns and refused to bow to international pressure to appease Iran, mostly from the European Union.

In the months and weeks leading up to the announcement that the United States would be exiting the nuclear deal, European leaders put immense pressure on Trump to remain within the deal’s framework citing that the world is a safer place with a nuclear deal in place and other such scare tactics. Trump refused to bow to the pressure and explained that the U.S. is not remaining part of a deal that basically achieves the opposite of what it is supposed to. He said that the deal all but guarantees that there will be a nuclear race and he slammed the Iranian regime for terrorising the region and its own people.

mike pompeo and john bolton and Trump

Iran Regime Will Fall Following US Sanctions

Staff Writer 23 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

US secretary of state Mike Pompeo recently appointed Brian Hook, a former aide to national security adviser John Bolton, as the new State Department's special representative for Iran and tasked him with creating Iran Action Group.

This group will monitor Iran's compliance, or lack thereof, with Pompeo's 12-point plan that was designed to change the behaviour of the Iranian regime.

Recently, Pompeo said: "The regime in Tehran has been responsible for a torrent of violent and destabilizing behaviour against the United States, our allies, our partners and indeed the Iranian people themselves."

Brian Hook as the Special Representative of Iran

New Iran Action Group to Stop Mullahs’ Belligerence

Staff Writer 21 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

On 16th August, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the Trump administration has created the Iran Action Group. He explained that it will report directly to himself and that it will be “responsible for directing, reviewing, and coordinating all aspects of the State Department’s Iran-related activity”.

Pompeo spoke about Iran's violence and destabilisation of the Middle East that has continued for almost four decades. He also specifically mentioned that the people of Iran are on the receiving end of the regime's belligerence too. He said that President Trump has “instituted a campaign of pressure, deterrence, and solidarity with the long-suffering Iranian people”.


Will Iran Regime Negotiate With the U.S.?

Staff Writer 18 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

U.S. President Donald Trump has offered the Iranian President an opportunity to meet. Iran, however, has given signals that it is prepared to do anything but meet. Trump, and many others, say that the Iranian regime will soon be under so much pressure that it is left with no choice. Trump is insistent that a stronger nuclear deal than the current one is possible.

Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Mohammad Ali Jafari, said: “The Iranian people will never allow their officials to meet and negotiate with the Great Satan, we are not North Korea.” Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei went further and said that he is banning talks with the United States.

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