Newly Re-Imposed Sanctions Target ‘Core Areas of Iran’s Economy’

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

When the United States ended its participation in the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, the sanctions that were reimposed by the Trump administration to target the “core areas of Iran’s economy” are being called by officials as the strongest ever. In fact, Rich Edson reports from the State Department that the Trump administration’s new sanctions targeting Iran's economy are the toughest that the regime has ever faced.

Truck Drivers’s Strike

Iran Uprising - No. 219

From the morning of Thursday, November 1, the fourth round of strike of heavy truck drivers started, and covered vast sections of the country. Drivers from different provinces including Tehran, Isfahan, Khuzestan, West Azarbaijan, East Azarbaijan, Khorasan Razavi, South Khorasan, North Khorasan, Sistan and Baluchestan, Fars, Kermanshah, Kerman, Hamedan, Golestan, Zanjan, Semnan, Hormozgan and others stopped working.

Ridiculous Claims by Iran Regime’s VP, Over the Impacts of Sanctions

By Amir Taghati

The new round of Trump’s sanctions against Iran, is to take effect on November 4th. Which will imply two main points:

1) ending Iran’s oil and gas exports

2) ceasing Iran’s connection with international financial networks.

Given these implications, there is now an ongoing mental war between the two countries.

Iran Braces for US Sanctions Amid Protest

By Staff Writer

As the Iranian Regime prepares for massive sanctions on its oil industry next week, it is also seeing a sharp rise in the number of protests sparked by the country’s economic crisis.

By Shahriar Kia

Former MEP Struan Stevenson has disputed claims that the collapse of the Iranian regime will cause more problems that what it would solve.

For almost forty years, the Iranian regime has been suppressing, oppressing and depriving the people of Iran of their human rights, freedom and democracy. The regime is based on these practices and nothing will change that.

Tweets Reveal Mullahs Setting the Stage for Acts of Terrorism Against the Iranian Resistance

Twitter’s release of a portion of tweets by the clerical regime’s cyber machine reaffirmed the Iranian Resistance’s long held position that Iran’s religious fascism is the primary source of hostility and vilification vis-a-vis the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK). The regime views the destruction of the Iranian Resistance as the only way to save itself from the prospect of inevitable overthrow.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Suppressive forces cordon off streets, arrest numerous young people and impound vehicles

Despite suppressive measures by the mullahs' regime, throngs of people from Iranian cities and provinces flocked to Pasargad on October 29 to commemorate Cyrus the Great. On Sunday evening and Monday morning, there was heavy traffic, in particular on the roads leading to Pasargad, in Fars Province.

Re-Imposed Sanctions on Iran Amplify Effects of Measures Targeting Terrorist Proxies

By shahriar kia

On Tuesday, Express News reported that the British destroyer HMS Dragon had recently been obstructed by fast attack vessels belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps while it was transiting the Persian Gulf. Tehran and the IRGC have frequently pointed to these sorts of boats as the main tools in “swarm tactics” that would supposedly be employed by the Islamic Republic to defeat larger and better equipped Western navies.

Trucker’s Strike in Iran

By Staff Writer

Continuing the trucker’s strike, legal authorities and government media announced that more than 70 people were arrested in this regard, truck drivers and also those who encouraged the continuation of this strike through social media.

Iran Regime Sentences Three to Death for Economic Crimes

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime sentenced three people to death for corruption on Sunday, hoping to send a strong message to officials and merchants about not exploiting the country’s financial crisis as US sanctions hang overhead.

The businessmen have not been named and the specific details of their charges have not been revealed. The punishment still needs to be ratified by Iran’s highest ranking court, according to judicial spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei.