Protests and Strikes Are Leading Change in Iran

The fundamental changes in a society arose from a wide variety of causes such as dictatorship, corruption, inflation, Incompetence of the authorities, and dissatisfaction of the people

Iran Credit Institution Scandal

After the 1979 revolution in Iran, theocratic regime of Iran initially nationalized all banks. But then the regime created a variety of semiofficial holding companies controlled by the supreme leader

Iran: Protests in several cities

protests spread throughout the country, their scope expanded to include political opposition to the theocratic regime of Iran

?EU: loyal ally or last nails in the coffin of the JCPOA

After a 2 day trip to Italy by Zarif, the Iranian regime’s Foreign Minister, from which he returned on Friday (date?),  his deputy, Araghchi, and Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization, went to Brussels on Saturday.

Iran: Bankrupt Show of “Unity” with the Implicit Theme of division and exporting terrorism

As in previous years, during the ceremonies for the occasion of the Prophet Mohammed’s birthday, the Mullah’s regime held their “International Islamic Unity Conference”, this year from November 24 to 26, attended by a number of its international mercenaries and terrorists

Iran: Protests, strikes Across the Country Continues

With widespread protest and strike, and social unrest in all walks of life voices are heard describing Iran’s society as a powder keg,The efforts of Iranian Authorities mainly the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani and his foreign ministry

European visit to Albania exposes Iran's misinformation campaign Struan Stevenson

In 2013, an airlift began and the first Iranian dissidents arrived in the Albanian capital, plucked to safety from the hell they had endured in Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty inside Iraq

Iran: Nationwide Teacher Strike Amid Deep Growing Economic Crisis

The economic crisis gripping the Iranian Regime is drawing increasingly a growing protest by people from all walks of life Today, following calls for a nationwide strike by the Coordinating Council of Teachers Union (CCTU)

After Sanctions Iranian regime is in trouble

Following the US sanction, Insecurity is hanging over the future of Iran. US sanction on Iran has huge Economic social and political consequences

Iran: Bazaar Merchants Go on Strike amid US Sanction

As Iran’s truck drivers continue the nationwide strike for the fourth round of strike starting on Nov 1. Today Iran's bazaar merchants and shop-owners have joined the nationwide strike in various cities following calls for a strike on Oct 22

As U.S. Ramps Up Pressure on Iran domestic unrest escalates

During the past few months More protests spread across Iran, from its southern cities to the capital, protesting the weak economy, inflation, unemployment, unpaid salaries, water shortages, and their grievances

global and domestic pressure on Iran

Brian Hook, the State Department’s director of policy planning, told a news conference that

Iran: The nationwide market strike

On Monday, October 8, 2018, merchants and Traders in more than 25 cities in Iran joined the nationwide market strike. According to the report by NCRI : "In Tehran, the carpet and gold coin markets, shopping centers of western Tehran, and shops in Kargar Avenue are closed

Pill testing at festivals has hidden benefits that could reduce drug taking

With many music festivals still to come in 2018, including the very popular Splendour in the Grass this weekend, the perennial debate over pill testing in Australia kicks on with health professionals, politicians and commentators frequently weighing in

Two elite divisions led a crackdown that forced 700,000 Muslims to flee Myanmar. Here’s how they did it

A Reuters investigation provides the first comprehensive account of the precise role played by Myanmar’s 33rd and 99th light infantry divisions in the savage offensive, and the close ties between the army’s commander in chief and its elite troops

Who are the People’s Mojahedin of Iran

The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), was founded 53 years ago in 1965during the dictatorship of Shah’s monarchy with the aim of establishing freedom and democracy in Iran

Iran: Two Prominent Female Political Prisoners, Stage Hunger Strike

The two political prisoners threatened to go on dry hunger strike and refrain from drinking water if the authorities did not return them to Evin prison in a week and if they did not return Soheil Arabi, a political prisoner, to his former ward

A report on violation of human rights of Iran protesters

Thousands of Iranians angry over rising food prices, government institutions’ scam and inflation protested in the country’s second-largest city and other areas Thursday, December 28, 2017

A glance at the abysmal human rights situation in Iran

Despite worldwide criticism of Iran’s human rights violations, the situation did not improve in 2017. Political activists, lawyers, journalists, students, women’s rights activists, and ethnic and religious minorities were widely targeted


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