iran parliament

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Masoud Karbasian, is the second Cabinet Minister of Rouhani’s government, who the parliament is going to sack by next month.

Around 3 weeks ago, the Minister of Work named Ali Rabi-ee was also dismissed.

By September 11th, the Ministers of Industry and Education are also going to be Impeached.

Following months of conflict between different parties (over their fights for power in government), President Hassan Rouhani himself was also asked to address some questions regarding the country’s economy (August 28th). To which he responded: “Economic issues are of determinative nature. However, what’s more important now is that many people have lost their faith in the future of our Islamic Republic and are doubting its power”.

Iran: Three-Fold Increase of Drug Addiction Amongst Women &Girls, Affecting as Young as 11-Year-Olds

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The prevalence of addiction has turned so disastrous in Iran that despite some attempts of censorship, many state media and officials can’t help but acknowledge this truth.

A parliamentarian named Hasan Lotfi comments in this regard: “the average age of drug addiction has dropped to as low as just 11 years” (August 17, 2018)

IRAN: Sugar Cane Continue Strike

Iran Uprising - No. 206

On Monday, August 20, 500 workers from different parts of the Haft Tapeh sugar cane factory continued their strike for the third day in a row. They are protesting non-payment of at least three months of their salaries and benefits, and failure to materialize deceptive promises of company directors, including the hiring of daily paid workers, as well as the employer's refusal to pay their premium to the social security account and the separation and sale of agricultural land and industrial estates. Workers demand the formation of independent labor councils.

Iran’s Economy Abused by Import and Monopoly

By Amir Taghati

The Iranian Regime’s Leader, Ali Khamenei, had a speech on Monday 13th August; in which he acknowledged a letter recently sent to Rouhani, by 40 Iranian economists; this letter reportedly contained suggestions of improvement for Iran’s current economy, which Khamenei describes as “good and empathetic” advices.

People of Iran Target Mullahs’ Seminaries in Protests

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

In May, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would be exiting the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. He also announced that the economic sanctions that had been lifted would be reimposed. He gave businesses three months to get their affairs with Iran in order before the sanctions took effect.

Khamenei's Remarks Showed That He Has No Way out of His Current Deadly Deadlock 

The remarks today, August 13, 2018, by the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, after weeks of silence in the face of the growing tide of popular uprising and the free fall in the value of the Iranian currency, Rial, demonstrated that he has no solution to, or an exit strategy out of, the deadly impasse engulfing the entire regime.

Iran Regime Threatens Execution for 67 Arrested on Financial Crimes Charges

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has arrested 67 people and threatened them with the death penalty as part of a supposed campaign against financial crime, as the Iranian economy plummets towards bankruptcy, but many have advised that this will not solve the crisis as the corruption in the Regime goes right to the top.


By Amir Taghati

As the explosive increase in foreign currency-value is continuing to grow, so is the conflict within Iran’s government. The regime’s own experts share their opinions in this regard.


By Amir Taghati

When anything goes wrong the Iranian regime passes the blame to others. Very often we will hear the regime say that the problems in Iran are caused by a foreign conspiracy or by foreign leaders.