US Defense Secretary James Mattis

By Staff Writer

US Defense Secretary James Mattis said on Tuesday that Iran would be “held accountable” for its reckless behaviour in the Middle East.

His comments at an extended press briefing at the Pentagon came as several senior American officials issued new warnings about the Iranian Regime’s aggressive foreign policy, including their support for the Houthi rebels in Yemen and their threats about closing the Strait of Hormuz, and the destabilizing effect it has on the region.

frace president

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France has told all of its diplomats and foreign ministry officials to indefinitely postpone all non-essential travel to Iran, because of the Iranian Regime’s attempted bombing on a resistance gathering in Paris in June and increased Iranian aggression against France, in a memo seen by Reuters.

Iran Regime’s Huge Cyberwar Apparatus Paves Way for Terrorism

This cyberwar apparatus is run by the IRGC and Ministry of Intelligence, and its aim is to deceive, spread lies, demonize opponents, and prevent the free flow of information. Internet institutions should prevent the regime from infiltrating and misusing their networks

Iran: The Latest Regime Propagating Fake News

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The concept of fake news, brought into the spotlight by U.S. President Donald Trump, is now being applied to Iran. Facebook announced that it has removed more than 600 accounts, groups and pages that are linked to a propaganda operation in Iran.

 French energy company Total

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The French energy company Total has confirmed that it will withdraw from a multibillion-dollar project to develop the South Pars gas fields in Iran, after failing to receive a sanctions waiver from the US.

On Monday, the company said: "Total has notified the Iranian authorities of its withdrawal from the contract following the 60-day deadline for obtaining a potential waiver from the US authorities. Despite the backing of the French and European authorities, such a waiver could not have been obtained."

ictims of 1988 Massacre in Iran

Simultaneous with the anniversary of the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, and while the nationwide uprising continues, the ruling religious fascism in Iran, in fear of the rise in Justice-Seeking Movement, has arrested a number of families of these martyrs.

Brian Hook

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The new US special representative for Iran has said that his team will strive to focus on changing the Regime’s behaviour on issues like nuclear weapons, terrorism, and the detention of Americans.


New Orders by the Supreme Security Council for Spying and Paving the Ground for Terrorism Against the Iranian Resistance

While referring to the widespread protests in various cities in August, Hassan Rouhani, the President of the clerical regime, demonstrated his animosity against the PMOI and said on August 6: "There is nothing wrong with the people’s protests ... but it shouldn’t be like some people respond to a group let (’s requests).”

National Council of Resistance of Iran

On Friday, August 10, 2018, a three-person television crew secretly and without prior notice filmed and photographed inside the residence of members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), refugees in Albania, from adjacent land. Local Albanian security agents who spotted this suspicious and illegal act asked them to stop filming and to hand over the recordings. But the crew, who introduced themselves as Britons working for Britain’s Channel 4 TV, ignored this request and continued their work until Albanian police moved in and took them to the police station.

khamenei -rouhani

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The U.S. sanctions on Iran have been in place for a week. Before this first round even came into effect, the national currency of Iran – the rial, has been in a nosedive. The discontent of the people has been getting louder and the Iranian regime is speaking out more about the threat of the uprising and the role of the opposition.