Iran Regime Can't Survive Without Shedding Blood

By: A. Mahabadi, political writer and analyst

A look at the new wave of executions in Iran


On Wednesday morning, April 18, 2018, Bahman Varmarzyar was hanged in Hamadan’s Central Prison. Also on the same day, seven more prisoners were hanged in Karaj Gohardasht prison.


Maryam Rajavi

Iran Uprising – No. 141

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), lauded the strikes by the bazaaris and merchants in Baneh, Marivan, Saqqez, Javanrud, Sardasht, and other cities along the western Iranian border,


Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political writer and analyst

As President Trump’s May-12 deadline for fixing Iran nuclear deal gets closer, speculations about the fate of the deal are on the rise, with some predicting that the United States will walk away from the deal and some saying otherwise.


Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

It must be complemented by total expulsion of Iran’s IRGC and its mercenaries from all over the region

The targeting of the production and maintenance centers and facilities of the deadly chemical weapons of the brutal dictator of Syria and the dismantling of the war machine of this regime is an indispensable step to end the historical catastrophe of Syria that for seven years has killed more than 500,000 innocent and defenseless children and women and men, has displaced half of the country's population, and its scope has been stretched far beyond the borders of this country.


protest in iran

By: Abdolrahman Mahanadi, political writer and analyst

With its 40th anniversary on the horizon, the Iranian regime is faced with bitter political developments, both domestically and at an international level:


NCRI Staff

NCRI - Albania’s media reported on March 22, 2018 that two Iranians were arrested on the charge of terrorism in Tirana. On Thursday morning, two Iranian nationals suspected of terrorist activity were arrested outside the Bektashi World Center just before the celebration of the Iranian Year (Nowruz) began.

Rudy Giuliani 

Giuliani’s remarks in a way jibe with the President Trump’s Nowruz message:

“The history of Nowruz is rooted in Iran, where for millennia a proud nation has overcome great challenges by the strength of its culture and the resilience of its people. Today, the Iranian people face another challenge: rulers who serve themselves instead of serving the people. Heshmat Alavi wrote in an article in the Forbes on March 21, and the article continues as follows: