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Iran Regime’s Internal Feud and Fear of Overthrown

Iran Regime’s Internal Feud and Fear of Overthrown

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The daughter of the infamous Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the founders of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has recently spoken to the Mostaghel newspaper about the defeat of so-called moderate President Hassan Rouhani and the overall collapse of the Iranian Regime.

Indicating that the end of the Iranian Regime is on the horizon, Faezeh Hashemi said: “The collapse of legitimacy has already happened, and only a physical collapse has not happened, and chances are high that this happens.”

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 3, 2019

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - January 3, 2019

• Iran Judiciary set to filter Instagram

An Iranian judicial official announced that Iran was ready to filter Instagram, Facebook’s photo and video-sharing social networking service.

The head of the Virtual Space Department of Iran’s Attorney General’s Office said that a court order had been issued to filter Instagram and that most members of the Supreme Council of Virtual Space, charged with overseeing Iran’s internet, agreed with the filter.

Iran: Diversion of Isfahan Water Results in Disease

Iran: Diversion of Isfahan Water Results in Disease

By Amir Taghati

The Gavkhouni wetlands have dried out due to a water diversion in the central province of Isfahan. The head of the Varzaneh Islamic Council, Hossein Azhari, has revealed that because of this, leishmaniasis, a severe disease, has infected hundreds of people in the town of Varzaneh.

Iran’s Draft Budget Is Not All It Seems

Iran’s Draft Budget Is Not All It Seems

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The Iranian Regime’s recently released draft budget for the next Persian year (March 2019-Mar 2020) will resolve all of the problems for the poor by increasing the minimum wage, reducing the costs of goods, and giving jobs to the unemployed, according to a report by a state-run broadcaster on December 28.

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - January 2, 2019

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - January 2, 2019

• Iran's Revolutionary Guards Plan To Upgrade Speed Boats With Stealth Technology

Reuters :Iran's Revolutionary Guards said on Monday they plan to upgrade their speed boats in the Gulf with radar-evading stealth technology and new missile launchers as tensions rise between Tehran and Washington in the vital oil shipping route. Ending a long absence of U.S. aircraft carriers in the region, the USS John C. Stennis entered the Gulf last week, and was shadowed by the Revolutionary Guards' speed boats.

Iran Will See More Protests and Isolation in 2019

Iran Will See More Protests and Isolation in 2019

By Staff Writer

At the start of 2018, Iran was besieged by nationwide anti-regime protests and the world was watching. These protests continued over the course of the year and into 2019, albeit with far less news coverage.

This sustained protest movement is the largest seen in Iran since the 2009 uprising or possibly the 1979 Revolution. It has shaken the Regime to its core and signals a country on the brink of monumental societal change. It has also shown the US, and the West as a whole, that the Iranian Regime is incredibly vulnerable on the domestic front.

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