Free Iran rally was an earthquake for mullahs' regime

By Elaheh Azimfar

Elaheh Azimfar is a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and the NCRI’s representative for international organizations

Iran Regime at War with Entire World On All-Out International Support for Iranian Resistance

Maryam Rajavi wins the hearts and minds of Iranians

By Elaheh Azimfar

Elaheh Azimfar is a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran and the NCRI’s representative for international organizations

In two days' time, the world will witness the largest annual gathering of Iranian exiles in Le Bourget, Paris, with Maryam Rajavi as the keynote speaker.

Respect Syrian people’s decision on “Assad’s future”

Elaheh Azimfar is NCRI representative for international organizations

On Friday November 13, Paris was targeted in one of the most horrific terrorist attacks Europe has ever seen. Abhorrently, while the French people were in sorrow, the ISIS (ISIL, IS, Daesh) was happy to be behind this crime against humanity and even threatened that there will be more revengeful attacks.

Another plunge in Iran’s Rial

Dr. Sanabargh Zahedi

By Dr. Sanabargh Zahedi

In Tehran on Monday, the value of Iran’s official currency, the Rial, took yet another dive, standing at 35000 rials for each U.S. dollar. Two years ago, it stood at 29000 rials to the dollar.

No nuclear deal can whitewash Tehran’s appalling human rights record

Dr. Antonio Stango is the President of the Italian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights

The image of bodies hanging from cranes for the “heinous” crimes of civil disobedience or perceived threat has become a common site to many in Iran.

At home the regime’s “moderate” President Hassan Rouhani is executing its citizens at a record rate – approximately 1,800 in total – a number that far exceeds even his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Under Rouhani, a Washington Post journalist has been arrested and left to rot in prison with thousands of others, without any real representation, for crimes they didn’t commit. And all the while, this leader says one thing to the West, while publicly trumpeting their deception, particularly on the nuclear issue, to the Iranian public.

Nuclear talks would not change nature or conduct of Iran regime

Elisabetta Zamparutti is an official of Hands Off Cane, and a former member of the Italian Parliament
 
The sun was just creeping up over the desert sand one early morning in September 2013, a small encampment of Iranian refugees  in Iraq, Camp Ashraf, was fast asleep, but things changed in an instant. Iraqi soldiers, acting at the behest of the Iranian regime during the tenure of former Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki,  gathered the unarmed Iranians who fled persecution in their homeland seeking safe heaven, lined them up and executed them, extinguishing their lives. 
 
This horrific incident,  was the indirect work of an Iran regime flexing its muscle across the region by sewing the seeds of chaos and despair. The  52 victims, members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, the principal Iranian opposition movement, couldn’t fight, or speak up, like their brethren in Iran and those is most of the Middle East. On Sunday of June 13th however, Iranians spoke up and spread their message loudly and clearly: regime change in Iran.

If You Respect the Iranian People, You Should Support Them, not the Regime

Dr. Antonio Stango is the President of the Helsinki Watch in Italy

Recently Linda Mason of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership wrote an editorial for CNN, suggesting that Americans have a mistaken view of the people of Iran. She describes a recent trip that she took to the Islamic Republic and the surprise that she felt at finding the people to be warm, open, and interested in Western culture.

I’ve heard this argument many times before, but I have a hard time believing that the average westerner views everyday Iranians, as Mason says, through the prism of the 1979 hostage-taking at the US embassy. I’m sure that the average American understands that that incident was the work of a group of Islamist revolutionaries, and not the entire population of the country, working in tandem.

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