• Why the Iranian Uprising Won’t Die

    Modern Iran has faced many uprisings, insurgencies and revolutions, from the 1905 Constitutional Revolution to the 1979 revolution to the 2009 Green Uprising. So the mass protests against the Islamic Republic that have taken place over the last few days are not unprecedented. But Iran has not witnessed such a storm since 2009, and possibly 1979.

  • ANALYSIS: Understanding Washington’s fast-evolving Iran policy

    By: Heshmat Alavi

    On the doorstep of US President Donald Trump’s first National Security Strategy speech, the administration launched an unprecedented campaign of pinpointing the crosshairs on the epicenter of all extremism causing havoc across the Middle East: Iran.

    This comes following a Wall Street Journal article explaining how in the post-ISIS world Washington will begin pinpointing its focus and resources on the larger and more dangerous threat posed by Tehran.

  • Can Fake News Save Iran's Mullahs?

    By Keyvan Salami

    Keyvan Salami  an Iranian politic analyst, has written an op-ed the recent efforts of the regime's lobby in the United States to broadcast fake news against the recent uprising in Iran and through publicity, to show that the Iranian people are not demanding a regime change, but calling for the punishment of the "rebellions”.

  • Conspiracy Against Iran's Main Opposition Under the Guise of Commemorating the Life of an Albanian Poet


    A memorial ceremony in Tehran to commemorate the renowned Albanian poet Naim Frashëri (1846-1900), has been reported in the Iranian state media, raising questions how a regime, which frequently jails poets and writers or forces them to flee into exile, has suddenly re-discovered its cultural soul.However, on closer examination it can be seen that many of the participants in the ceremony

  • Corruption in Iran Can Only Be Defeated With Regime Change

    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.

  • Demonstrations and conflicts on the ninth day of the uprising



    On Friday, January 5, on the ninth day of the uprising in Iran, in spite of a massive security presence and massive presence of repressive forces, people in many cities rallied.In Tehran, the repressive forces from the anti-riot to the Basijis, the Revolutionary Guards and plainclothes were present in the central parts of the city on foot and mounted.

  • Dervishes Clash With Iran Regime's Repressive Forces in Tehran

    According to various reports, during clashes between the security forces and Gonabadi Dervishes on Monday night (February 19) in Pasdaran Avenues in Tehran, there security forces and two basijis were killed. The spokesman of Iranian regime’s repressive security forces confirmed that two members of Basij forces were killed during the clashes in Tehran.

  • Fears for '90 university students' held in Iran crackdown

     By Euronews

    As Iran's state TV continues to show pro-regime rallies, fears are growing for those arrested in a crackdown on anti-government protests.More than a week of unrest that started last month saw some 22 people die, with over 1,000 detained, according to Iranian officials.Unrest spread to more than 80 cities and rural towns as thousands of young and working-class Iranians voiced anger at corruption,

  • Germany considers charges against hospitalized Iranian cleric Shahrudi


    The office of Germany's federal prosecutor says it is continuing to investigate whether to bring charges against a top Iranian cleric who is receiving medical treatment in the country as a report emerged he may return to Tehran on January 11.A spokesman for the prosecutor's office said authorities "will continue to examine on a legal basis whether [Ayatollah Mahmud Hashemi] Shahrudi was guilty of crimes against humanity"

  • Hezbollah Denies Allegiance to Iran Regime's Supreme Leader

    The Iranian regime-backed Lebanese terrorist cell Hezbollah denied on Tuesday a report from Iran’s Farda News Agency that their Secretary General, Hassan Nasrallah, had said that the guardianship of the Islamic jurist (Vilayat-e Faqih) was above the Lebanese constitution, and that Lebanon should implement its orders.Vilayat-e Faqih is a theory in Shiite Islam that forms the basis of Iran's constitution.

  • How Iran’s regime enters its 40th year as an Islamic Republic

    By Heshmat Alavi

    The Iranian regime celebrates its 39th anniversary whilst the domestic and international situations have not been as threatening for its survival as it is now. It is comprehended from whatever Khamenei said , and also the important topics that he even did not point to, during his speech over his remarks on the eve of the beginning of the 40th year of the establishment of so-called Islamic Republic.

  • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen: The United States must continue to support the protests of the Iranian people against Khamenei

    on Thursday, March 8, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a member of the US House of Representatives and a senior member of the Foreign Relations Committee in a message announced that, simultaneously with the demonstrations of the Iranian people against Khamenei and their demands for freedom the United States should continue to support them, We must support the Iranian people as they protest against the clerical regime ruling Iran.

  • Iran is permanently on the verge of a revolution

    By Dr. Majid Rafizadeh 

    The Iranian regime has resorted to various crackdowns to suppress the recent protests.The regime deployed brute force through the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and volunteer militia organization Basij. Its forces fired at protestors, killing young people, and arrested many innocents, including more than 1,000 university students.

  • Iran Regime Former President: Senior Judiciary Officials Are Number One Corrupts


    In a reaction to implementation of 15 years imprisonment for his deputy, The Iranian regime’s former president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, wrote a letter calling senior judiciary officials “number one accused of corruptions”.One day after Hamid Baqaei, Ahmadinejad’s deputy, was introduced to prison, the letter dated Wednesday March 14, 2018, was published in Dowlat Bahar website in which Ahmadinejad targeted

  • Iran Regime Increases Military Budget in Spite of Widespread Protests Against It

    In the wake of anti-regime protests, which started over the Iranian Regime’s decision to slash subsidies for the poor and increase spending on the military, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has taken $2.5 billion from its reserve fund to boost military spending again.Asghar Yousefnejad, a parliamentary budget-commission member, said on January 24, that this was part of a $4 billion redirection

  • Iran Regime Is the Cause of Nationwide Environmental Catastrophe

    A large number of people of Isfahan, central Iran, staged a demonstration in the city center on Saturday morning, March 10, 2018, in protest to the regime’s crackdown on the deprived farmers of east Isfahan, and in solidarity with them.The people of Varzaneh, Ejiyeh, and Ziyar (east of Isfahan) staged extensive protests and demonstrations on Friday, March 9, which continued into the night.

  • Iran Regime Will Not See Its 40th Anniversary


    The Iranian Regime has just passed its 39th anniversary, but it should not see its 40th.In 1979, Ruhollah Khomeini returned from exile to hijack the popular movement to overthrow the dictatorial monarchy. He took power from the people who had done all the hard work and instituted his own theocratic dictatorship.Now, there is again a popular people’s protest in Iran- the biggest since 1979- and

  • Iran Regime's Judiciary to Intimidate Protesting Workers: "Our Patience Is Limited"

    The Iranian regime’s head of judiciary in Khuzestan province claimed that the gathering and guild protests of the workers of National Steel Industrial Group of Iran “do not comply with the law” and added: “Our patience is limited and if the gatherings persist, we have to deal with them”.Farhad Afsharnia, in an interview with the state-run ISNA news agency, said that if the workers wanted the officials to hear their voice

  • Iran Regime's Leader Accuses "Enemies" Of "Provoking Workers"

    As labor protests in Iran continue, the website belonging to regime leader ‘Ali Khamenei’ has released his speech made on February 5 this year, in which he states “the anti-revolutionary had its eyes on the country’s workers from the very beginning.”Khamenei has added that Islamic Republic opponents --or the anti-revolutionary, as he put it -- have been seeking to somehow provoke Iranian workers

  • Iran Regime's Official: Tehran Holds 25000 Cardboard Sleepers, Homeless and Beggars

     A Tehran municipality official says the number of homeless people, cardboard sleepers and beggars in the city has reached 25,000, and 21,000 have also been imprisoned in this metropolis.The deputy of the cultural and social affairs of the Municipality of Tehran expressed these remarks at a meeting of “Social Justice” in the Ministry of Co-operation, Labor and Social Welfare.