regime’s diplomat Assadollah Assadi
Attack on the Iranian community in Paris was approved by Khamenei, Rouhani and Zarif

The state Supreme Court in Bamberg, Germany, agreed to extradition of the clerical regime’s diplomat Assadollah Assadi to Belgium. The court's statement reiterated: "All extradition conditions have been met and there are no barriers to extradition." The accused cannot "invoke diplomatic immunity" and "the continuation of the extradition proceedings is the responsibility of the general prosecutor in Bamberg."

Ending the Dictatorship of Mullahs Is up to the People of Iran Now!

By Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

With more than 9 months since the initial protests in Iran, one can see that on one hand, the protests are growing bigger and stronger by the day, indicating the closeness to the ultimate goal, which is the regime’s subversion; and on the other hand, the second round of sanctions are also just around the corner, meaning that Iran’s oil exports will soon drop to nearly none.

 

Striking Truckers in iran

Iran Uprising - No. 210

Maryam Rajavi hails the strikers, calls for supporting them

The nationwide strike of the truckers, which has entered its second week, has intensified the crisis inside the clerical regime whose leaders have been horrified from its continuation and spread. In this regard, Khamenei sent Chief Prosecutor General Montazeri to the scene to threaten the strikers to execution. Montazeri said:

Iranian Resistance protest

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

At the U.N. General Assembly last year, U.S. President had a lot of harsh words towards Iran. This year is panning out to be the same. He has been continually criticising Iran and has been taking decisive action to force it to change its malign foreign policies.

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By Amir Taghati

Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), has called on Europe to cut their financial ties to the Iranian Regime, so that increased pressure on the Iranian Regime can bring about the downfall of the mullahs.

Iran-Resistance protest -at-UNGA-

By Staff Writer

Iran is one of the worst countries in the world for religious freedom, a fact cited annually by human rights groups and US governmental bodies every year, with the persecution of religious minorities deeply ingrained in the Regime’s rule.

Christians in Iran are a particular target of the Regime, with Christians who have converted from Islam being in particular

 the event that was organised by the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC).

By Staff Writer

On Saturday 22nd September, a huge crowd of Iranian-Americans took part in a gathering named “2018 Iran Uprising Summit: The Path to Freedom – the Alternative”. European and American politicians spoke at the event that was organised by the Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC).

Struan Stevenson,

By Staff Writer

There are only six weeks to go until the second round of US sanctions hits Iran, but already the Iranian economy is spiralling and global economic experts believe that the current Regime will likely fall and soon.

Iranian Resistance Continues to Campaign for Regime Change

By Staff Writer

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK) and other associated groups are expanding their activities across Iran. Their calls for regime change are getting louder and louder despite the grave danger that they are putting themselves into. Dissidents and political opponents in Iran face the harshest of punishments. Not only do they risk arrest, torture, imprisonment and even execution, but the lives of their families are also at risk.

 UN Geneva, 30th Anniversary of 1988 Massacre in Iran

By Staff Writer

On Friday, September 14, 2018. 30 years after the massacre of 30000 political prisoners in Iran on 1988, a conference was held in European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, this conference was sponsored by the following Non-Governmental Organizations: