Iranian women participated widely in protests across the country on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, according to news reports. This is not surprising because women have long been the driving force for political change in Iran, as seen during the Revolution to depose the Shah, which was stolen by the mullahs, and the uprising that began in December 2017. In fact, the Iranian Resistance is even led by a woman, Maryam Rajavi, and women enjoy many positions of power within the Resistance, compared with few and far opportunities in the Regime.
By Sedighe Shahrokhi
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that the country was in a “war-like” and begged Iranians to have hope in the regime, during a meeting with officials in the southern province of Hormozgan.
By Shahriar Kia
Iran has been described as the biggest threat to peace and security in the Middle East and it has been identified as the biggest exporter of terrorism in the world.
The Trump administration has vowed to crack down on the Iranian regime and it is in the midst of a maximum pressure campaign.
By Mohammad Sadat Khansari
The people of Iran began to protest at the end of 2017. They have been calling the regime out on its corrupt policies and its meddling and interference in other nations. They have repeatedly called on the Iranian regime to concentrate on domestic issues rather than fuelling and sparking conflicts abroad, in particular in Syria and Gaza.