US Vice President Mike Pence

By Staff writer

US Vice President Mike Pence said that Iran is the “greatest threat to peace and security in the Middle East” during a speech at the Warsaw Conference on international policy regarding the region on Thursday.

javad zarif

By Staff Writer

The United States and Poland plan to co-host a summit in Warsaw entitled “Ministerial to Promote Peace and Security in the Middle East”. The summit was announced by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, during his recent 8 day, 8 nation, Middle East tour.


By Shahriar Kia

When U.S. President Donald Trump warned the Iranian regime that he would pull out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), or 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Iran made threats that it too would pull out. Trump eventually decided that he would pull the United States out of the agreement, but Iran’s threat of exiting never materialised.

Khamenei Too Weak to Intervene Over Anti-Terror Financing Bill

By Shahriar Kia

Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is refusing to get involved in the dispute threatening to tear the Regime apart over the passage of anti-money laundering and anti-terror financing laws that are essential to improving Iran’s financial relationship with the rest of the world, despite pleas from the Cabinet.

 Fatemiyoun Division

The U.S. Treasury Department added two Iran regime-backed militias fighting on behalf of the brutal Bashar al-Assad dictatorship in Syria to its terrorism watch list on Thursday.


By Mahmoud Hakamian

Since taking office, U.S. President Donald Trump has been employing tough rhetoric and firm policies against Iran. He exited the flawed 2015 nuclear agreement, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), and has reimposed the crippling economic sanctions that were lifted when the deal was signed.

 Marzieh Hashemi

By Shahriar Kia

The FBI arrested an American-born anchor for Iran’s state-run English-language broadcasting channel Press TV last week after she landed at St. Louis Lambert International Airport in Missouri, but who is Marzieh Hashemi, why was she arrested, and why is the Iranian Regime so desperate to get her back?

protest in iran

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The people of Iran have been taking to the streets in defiance of the corrupt regime that rules their country for more than a year now. Corruption is visible at all levels of the country’s leadership and while the people slip further into poverty, officials do not appear to have any such personal financial woes.

Iran Regime Tries to Excuse Terrorism in Europe

By Amir Taghati

Ever since the US withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal last May, the Iranian Regime has been desperate to expand its relationship with the European Union and encourage the EU to continue its appeasement policy with the mullahs.

Following the EU’s decision to impose sanctions on Iran's Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) and two senior officials, as well as place them on the EU terror blacklist, the Regime’s reaction has been very interesting.

Iran Regime Losing Hope for the European SPV

By Amir Taghati

In an interview with state run official news agency on January 5th, the Iranian regime’s foreign ministry’s spokesperson, Bahram Qassemi discussed the European Special Purpose Vehicle. “At the beginning, the European Union had good intentions and a positive political will about creating the financial mechanism, but gradually and during the negotiations over the past few months, this feeling became more serious that the European countries face some serious disabilities in implementing the SPV,” he said.