Maryam Rajavi

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

December 7 in Iran is Student Day, an annual commemoration of the three protesting University of Tehran students murdered by the Shah’s agents in 1953. Each year it is marked by demonstrations by current Iranian students and recently, there has been a large uptick in protests by students and educators.

Support for Trustworthy Iranian News Outlets Is More Important Than Ever

By Mahmoud Hakamian

In recent months, a good deal of publicity has been given to Iranian propaganda networks and disinformation campaigns. International attention was first focused on the issue in August when the social media giants Facebook and Twitter began exposing fake accounts with their roots in Iran, following a report from the cybersecurity firm FireEye. Most recently, the resulting closures received new reporting and broader context, in the form of a special report from Reuters which identified 70 websites throughout the world that were tasked with conveying Iranian regime propaganda.

A Telethon for the Uprising in Iran

By Staff Writer

Each year a telethon is organized in the Iranian diaspora in which also people from Iran and all over the world participate in favor of the opposition channel Simaye-Azadi, "The Face of Freedom", this channel has been broadcasted by satellite 24 hours a day for seventeen years over Iran and worldwide. This year, the Telethon, whose theme is "The ongoing uprising in Iran," has started from November 30 and will continue to December 3.



Jason Rezaian, parroting the Iranian state-run media, rehashed a litany of lies, and baseless allegations against the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran in his blog in the Washington Post on March 24.

EU Should Include Iran Regime’s Intelligence Ministry on Terrorist List

European Union Foreign Ministers decided on Monday to consider imposing sanctions against the Iranian regime over its role in terrorist actions in Denmark and France.

Adopting a firm policy toward the religious fascism ruling Iran is an imperative requisite for combatting state terrorism.

p m o i protest

The following statement was published by the Committee of Anglo- Iranian Lawyers amid The Guardian 's recent suspicious campaign of demonization against the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK) to satisfy the terrorist regime ruling Iran:

Iranian Threat Rises in Europe

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The Iranian regime was once known as a state that carried out assassinations of its citizens abroad. However, its reputation had been forgotten for a long time and it seemed like the Iranian regime had abandoned this practice that was a common occurrence during the eighties and nineties.

 Alejo Vidal Quadras
Alejo Vidal Quadras -“If You Know the Truth and Call It a Lie, You Are a Criminal”

By Alejo Vidal Quadras

The Guardian’s November 9th piece, “Terrorists, cultists – or champions of Iranian democracy? The wild wild story of the MEK,” is a disgraceful example of western media serving the interests of the religious, terrorist dictatorship ruling Iran.

Houthi militias

By Staff Writer

The Iran-backed Houthi militias have committed "heinous crimes" against the Yemeni people, according to the militant group’s former propaganda chief who defected on Friday.

Protesters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI)
Protesters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI)

By Firouz Mahvi

The British newspaper The Guardian published a lengthy, 3-page article targeting Iran’s democratic opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI or MEK). Author Arron Merat, an Iranian-British citizen and well-known apologist of the Islamic Republic, has worked extensively to attack the opposition, and penned numerous articles encouraging tourism in Iran as “a must visit destination.”