Opinion

Macron: I think Donald Trump will withdraw from Iran nuclear deal
Emmanuel Macron (French President) has said he believes President Trump will pull out of the Iranian nuclear deal.

‌By Mahdavi Nasim

In the whole world, the main concern of the workers has been to attain the job security.

Employers would rather have the open hand to sack workers in case of necessity to save the costs. But after decades of struggle, the workers in most part of the world eventually relatively succeeded in ensuring their job security by ratifying labor laws.

‌By Mahdavi Nasim 

Shocking video footage of a young woman being wrestled to the floor by Iranian “morality police” because her hijab was loose has sparked outrage after it was posted online.

The two first engage in a verbal dispute. Insults are exchanged. Then the police officer is seen pushing the woman to the ground and striking her while the woman’s friends appear to try to help her.

On Tuesday, during a joint press conference with President Macron, President Trump expressed his points of view regards a likely new deal to curb Iran from achieving nuclear weapons. He emphasized that any new deal should come with “solid foundations” and not “decayed foundations” as it is right now.President Trump slammed Obama’s administration for the current nuclear deal,

By Mahmoud Hakamian

On Friday, the US State Department released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices. The reports detailed human rights abuses around the world and were accompanied by a statement declaring some of those countries to be “morally reprehensible” and either unable or unwilling to use good governance instead of repression in order to maintain internal stability.

‌‌By Mahdavi Nasim

Throughout the 20th century Iranian workers have always been at the forefront of social and political straggles, from the 1905 constitutional Revolution to 1979 and beyond.  But, still the plight of Iranian workers has received no attention.

By: A. Mahabadi, political writer and analyst

A look at the role of social networks in the Iranian people’s nationwide protests

Among the issues that has made the Iranian regime leader Ali Khamenei and all other state officials and organs to struggle like crazy is how to deal with social networks in general and Telegram in particular.

On Friday, the United States Deputy Secretary of State, John J. Sullivan, released the Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2017 on behalf of the Department of State.According to the report, the Department of State included Iranian regime in the list of the states which violate the human rights on a daily basis at home and are forces of instability beyond their borders.

Mohammad Hashemi, Rafsanjani’s brother, and the former head of the regime’s National TV warned of the peril of the uprisings and the internal crisis of the regime. He wrote to the decayed factions of the regime: "The general opinion does not distinguish between the executive branch and the legislature or other parts of the system. People do not attribute the despairs and incapacities only to a particular person or executive branch, but to the whole system. "

When former United States President Barack Obama was in office, he was very reluctant to take decisive action with regards to the conflict in Syria. He was very conscious of doing anything that could adversely affect a potential nuclear deal with Iran. The nuclear deal was Obama’s way of ensuring his legacy, but unfortunately he put too much effort into getting Iran