Iran Regime Soon to Face the Shocking Consequences of Dollar's Sharp Rise

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NCRI - The U.S. dollar’s rise against the Iranian rial has led to serious concerns among different social classes, the middle and low-income ones in particular, says an Iranian regime’s economic expert while pointing to the destructive effects of U.S. dollar appreciation on the country’s economy.

UN Must Act Against Iran Regime for Its Role in 1988 Massacre

Civil Society Hearing Into The 1988 Massacre, February 1, 2018

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NCRI - The UN should be helping to end impunity for human rights abuses in Iran and around the world and they can begin by trying the mullahs who took part in the 1988 Massacre in the International Criminal Court.

Many of those involved in the massacre, which killed 30,000 political prisoners (mainly members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran or PMOI/MEK), are still alive and still hold positions of power within the Iranian Regime.

Aiding Iraq Is a Mistake While Iran Regime Is Still in Power There

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NCRI - Iraq is set to get $30 billion to be used for reconstruction plans, but many are questioning why anyone would invest such a substantial sum in a country with deployed militias and rampant corruption.

Abdulrahman al-Rashed, the former General Manager of Al Arabiya News Channel, wrote: “Who would want to invest money in a country her militias are deployed and corruption is rampant? There is sectarianism there and the government is weak.”

Speech by Struan Stevenson on Iran in the Cambridge University

On Thursday February 8, 2018 Struan Stevenson who was a member of the European Parliament representing Scotland (1999-2014), president of the Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iraq (2009-14) and chairman of Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup (2004-14). made the following speech in the Cambridge University. Middle East and North Africa Forum.

Former Iranian President Slams Regime

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NCRI - The domestic situation in Iran is worsening as the weeks go by. What kicked it all off was the protests that started at the end of December last year. The people took to the streets across the whole country, fed up with the dire economic situation in the country that was making the most basic of essential items unaffordable to much of the population. The discontent spread rapidly and small protests turned into nationwide anti-government demonstrations. They started to call for an end to the regime’s rule, certain – now more than ever – that regime change is long overdue.

Iran Regime Trying to Isolate Country From Western World

TEHRAN, Feb.7, 2018. Allameh university. conference on "Pathology of teaching English language in elementary schools"

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NCRI - The Iranian Regime’s ban on the teaching of English in its public schools is just the latest in a long line of measures designed to restrict the Iranian people’s access to information in order to control the population and show them only the mullahs’ ideology.

Corruption in Iran Can Only Be Defeated With Regime Change

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NCRI - The head of the Central Bank of Iran, Valiollah Seif, recently claimed that illegal stakeholders make it hard to reform Iran's economy, but why is the Iranian Regime not attempting to push back against these corrupt networks?

Iran has been besieged by nationwide anti-regime protests that highlighted systematic corruption, amongst other things, as their problem with the Iranian Regime, and as such corruption became a talking point.

Iran: Execution of at Least 6 Prisoners in Karaj

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NCRI - This morning, Wednesday Feb. 14, 2018, at least six prisoners were executed in Gohardasht Prison in Karaj.

The names of two of them are Farnam Farinam and Morteza Shafaghi. One of the executed was an Afghan citizen.

Iran Regime’s Former President Attacks the Judiciary and Supreme Leader

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NCRI - TEHRAN, Iran, February 14, 2018. Today the former president of the Iranian regime, Ahmadinejad who was banned from participating in a court trial of his colleagues, attacked the regime’s judiciary and supreme leader, while standing in front of the Tehran criminal court, the following are excerpts of his remarks in brief.

Iran-Backed Militia Threatens Us Troops in Iraq

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NCRI - An Iranian-backed militia group that is currently supported fighting in Iraq and Syria just threated the US military in Iraq and warned the Americans to withdraw their troops.

In a televised interview, Nasr al-Shamri, an executive director of the terrorist proxy group Harakat al-Nujaba, said: “We will never forget the atrocities of the United States in our country and we still have not settled a score with America.”

Iran’s Revolution Parade: Regime Flaunts Nuclear-Capable Ballistic Missiles

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NCRI - To mark the 39th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, a ceremony took place in which the Iranian regime showcased a series of new homemade ballistic missiles, one of which is a nuclear-capable medium-range missile.

This comes just after a tense encounter where Israel shot down a drone that Iran had launched from Syria. Forces from Israel also led strikes on numerous Iranian targets across the Middle East.

How the Iranian Regime Is Waging a Proxy War in the Middle East

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NCRI - The Iranian Regime has been merging its proxy groups across the Middle East with existing local defence forces in various countries, which become a part of that country’s army.

This is evidenced in an April 2017 memo from the Syrian armed forces, which stated that the defence forces would replace the Iranian proxies eventually. This may lead you to believe that Iran is removing itself from the Syrian conflict, but this is simply untrue.

Iran Regime Attempts to Subvert Telegram With Regime-Controlled Messaging App

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NCRI - Several members of Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace have suggested promoting an Iranian version of the instant messaging app Telegram, over fears that it helped to facilitate and spread the nationwide protests that engulfed Iran in January.

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