Iran Regime's Growth Predictions Are Fantasy

By Amir Taghati

The Iranian regime’s Parliament Research Centre published a report on Thursday, January 24, which advised that the Iranian economy will have a negative rate of growth of -4.5 to -5.5 per cent, depending on which economic scenario might happen.

2018: A Year of Brutal Oppression in Iran

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The people of Iran took to the streets in December 2017 to protest their situation and to hold anti-government demonstrations. Throughout all of 2018, the people kept up the momentum in pressuring the Iranian regime and calling it out on its belligerence and corruption.

Iran Regime Losing Its Power as Economy Continues Its Decline

By Staff Writer

On January 24th, the Majlis, Iran regime’s Parliament, published a report by its Research Center about the economic forecast for the next Iranian year. According to state run Ilna News Agency, the report shows an anticipated negative growth rate of -4.5 to -5.5 percent.

Iran: Huge Portion of Population Faces Lack of Access to Clean Water

By Amir Taghati

The people of Iran have had to face many hardships in the past few years. They have been suffering the consequences of the Iranian regime’s neglect of domestic issues in favour of conflicts and exploits abroad. The social services in the country are falling to pieces and more and more people are falling into the absolute poverty category.

By Shahriar Kia

The 40th anniversary of the 1979 anti-monarchic Revolution will be next month. The Iranian regime is planning to make a big deal of this milestone and it is taking great pains to make these 40 years look like they have been a success.

Iran Regime Admits Failing to Censor Internet

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian Regime has unsuccessfully tried to censor internet use in Iran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani admitted on Monday, without condemning the practice that is so clearly a violation of the Iranian people’s rights.

Iran Regime Wastes Money on Failed Space Launch While People Starve

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian regime’seconomy is in freefall, which means that many vital construction projects have closed down, and the budget for ministries like education, transportation and healthcare has decreased significantly, yet the mullahs have still been able to find money for their security forces and missile test projects.

protest in iran

By Amir Taghati

A senior Iranian regime’s official said that people protested in 160 cities across the country during the anti-regime uprising of December 2017, something that contradicts the official Regime position that the protests were small, localised, and easily suppressed.

Controversy Over Iran Regime’s Plan to Enrich Uranium to 20%

By By Shahriar Kia

The head of Iran regime’s nuclear programme caused alarm when he announced last weekend that Iranian scientists had designed a modern method for enriching uranium to 20%.

Under the terms of the 2015 nuclear deal, which Iran is a party to, Iran is supposed to keep uranium enrichment to 3.5%, which is the level required for nuclear energy production.