By Mohammad Sadat Khansari
In May, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that the United States would be exiting the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. He also announced that the economic sanctions that had been lifted would be reimposed. He gave businesses three months to get their affairs with Iran in order before the sanctions took effect.
By Staff Writer
The Iranian Regime has arrested 67 people and threatened them with the death penalty as part of a supposed campaign against financial crime, as the Iranian economy plummets towards bankruptcy, but many have advised that this will not solve the crisis as the corruption in the Regime goes right to the top.
By Reza Shafiee
In the summer of 1988 the Iranian regime quietly prepared for an appalling crime against humanity since World War II. In the hustle and bustle of ending the bloody 8-year-old war with Iraq and Khomeini’s desperation for finding a way to save a face, he engineered the execution of political prisoners. It would have worked as the best diversion had it not been for the Mojahedin (People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran-PMOI/MEK). The same organization Khomeini rightfully feared the most. He once said in the early years of his rule that the enemy is not the US, it is right here under our nose in Tehran. His audience knew full well who Khomeini was referring to.
Iran Uprising -No. 205
The shopkeepers in the shoe makers Bazaar in Vahid, Azam and Kamali malls along Tehran's 15th Khordad Avenue continued their strikes for the second day on Sunday.
The strike began on Saturday in protest against the unprecedented cost of raw materials for shoe production. Shopkeepers in Sepahsalar, Mousavi and Manouchehr Khani markets also joined the shoemakers’ strike.