السيده موگيريني

By Amir Taghati

Last Wednesday, Iranian media reported that France and Germany are working to circumvent US sanctions on Iran through use of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which will allow trade between Europe and Iran without money changing hands.

Sanctions on Iran

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The Iranian regime is more than used to sanctions against it being in place. It has been under sanctions for far longer than not, although the severity has differed over time. It is perhaps for this reason that it is able to find ways around almost all sanctions.

iranian  Ballistic Missiles

By Shahriar Kia

Following Iran’s most recent testing of a ballistic missile that can reach anywhere in the Middle East and even Europe, many countries have spoken out against Iran. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the news on Saturday, saying on Twitter: “The Iranian regime has just test-fired a medium range ballistic missile that’s capable of carrying multiple warheads. This test violates UNSCR 2231. Iran’s missile testing & missile proliferation is growing. We condemn this act and call upon Iran to cease these activities.”

EU Joins U.S. in Condemning Iran Regime for Ballistic Missile Activity

By Amir Taghati

At the weekend, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Twitter that the Iran had been test-firing ballistic missiles. His message read: “The Iranian regime has just test-fired a medium range ballistic missile that’s capable of carrying multiple warheads. This test violates UNSCR 2231. Iran’s missile testing & missile proliferation is growing. We condemn this act and call upon Iran to cease these activities.”

the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran

Dec. 4, 2018. Today Amnesty International published a shocking report about the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran titled:

Iran committing crimes against humanity by concealing fate of thousands of slaughtered political dissidents

The following are excerpts from this report:

By concealing the fate and whereabouts of thousands of political dissidents who were forcibly disappeared and secretly executed in prison 30 years ago, Iranian authorities are continuing to commit crimes against humanity, said Amnesty International in a damning report published today.

Iran Regime in Limbo

By Staff Writer

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told a cabinet meeting Iranians “felt relaxed” on November 28, while he also expressed concern about the political and economic earthquakes that would soon hit Iran.

Rouhani claimed that the government had prioritized controlling inflation, increasing unemployment, and protecting people on low-incomes in next year’s budget, which shows how Iran is truly suffering economically and that the people could not possibly feel relaxed.

Iran’s Hit Squads Alarm British Security Officials

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has been dispatching hit squads across Iraq to silence those critical of the mullahs’ interference in the Iraqi political system, according to British security officials.

Qassem Suleimani, the head of the Revolutionary Guards’ (IRGC) Quds Force, is said to be the person responsible for ordering the hit squads, which were first dispatched in May, following Iran’s failed attempts to get their candidates elected to the Iraqi government.

Can Iranian Regime Really Bypass U.S. Sanctions?

By Shahriar Kia

On 6th November this year, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced that his country is going to “proudly bypass” the U.S. sanctions that are being implemented. This is typical rhetoric of the Iranian regime and it is almost certainly a way for it to hide the stark reality – the fact that U.S. sanctions are already having an impact and that the situation will only grow more and more difficult for the regime. In a time where domestic discontent is high, it is important for the regime to try and portray an image of strength. Not that the people of Iran can be fooled.

Iran Using Hit Squads to Silence Critics in Iraq

By Staff Writer

Iran is using hit squads to silence their critics in Iraq, according to British security officials, after the mullahs were found to be meddling in Iraq’s new government.

khamanei- assad

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Earlier this year, U.S. President’s national security adviser John Bolton spoke about the Iranian regime and its role in the Middle East at the UN General Assembly. He said that U.S. troops are going to remain in Syria because of Iran regime’s interference there. “We’re not going to leave as long as Iranian troops are outside Iranian borders, and that includes Iranian proxies and militias.”