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Protests in Iran Continue to Grow

Iran could be toppled by the ongoing protests in the country

By Staff Writer

The ongoing Iranian uprising was sparked after the Middle Eastern country’s economy began to spiral last year. Activists began their anti-regime protests in December 2017, as the Iranian people were pushed to the breaking point by rising prices, a falling rial, and a draft budget that cut subsidiaries for the poor and increased spending on the military.

Monday's Iran Mini Report - September 17, 2018

Monday's Iran Mini Report - September 17, 2018

• Afghanistan bans imports of 4 types of Iranian products

Afghanistan Customs Department has banned the imports of four types of Iranian products, Eghtesadonline reported on Sunday.

U.S. Sanctions on Iran Regime Start Having Effects

U.S. Sanctions-Iran

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

U.S. President Donald Trump announced earlier this year that the United States is exiting the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. At the same time, he announced that sanctions would be re-imposed. The U.S. State Department then announced that it expects all countries to cut their imports of Iranian oil to zero by November.

UK MP: Iran Regime’s Paris Terrorist Plot Would Have Caused War

Iran Regime’s Paris Terrorist Plot Would Have Caused War

By Staff Writer

Conservative MP Bob Blackman said that there would have been a war if the Iranian Regime’s plot to bomb the Free Iran gathering in Paris on June 30, attended by 100,000 people, had succeeded.

Blackman, who was among the 600 politicians and dignitaries from around the world to attend the Iranian Resistance conference, said that “such a horrendous attack” would have led those at the top of the US administration to press for military action.

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