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Key U.S. Senator announces opposition to Iran nuclear deal - NYT

U.S. Senator Benjamin L. Cardin, the senior Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee and one of the most prominent Jewish members of Congress, said on Friday that he would oppose President Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, The New York Times wrote on Friday.

Sen. Cardin’s closely watched decision did not jeopardize the implementation of the nuclear accord, but it did raise the likelihood that the U.S. president would have to veto a resolution disapproving it this month — a diplomatic embarrassment the White House is hoping to avoid.

Gov. Tom Ridge: In dealing with Iran, hope is not a strategy

Beneath U.S. President Barack Obama’s "outrageous claim" that those who oppose the recent nuclear deal with the regime in Iran are actually voting for war lies a "pattern of self-deception and false hope," writes former Gov. Tom Ridge.

"This month marks the 27th anniversary of what Amnesty International has called the 'prison massacre' in Iran. Tens of thousands of political prisoners were arbitrarily executed in the span of a few months in 1988 in what has become one of the worst post-World War II instances of crimes against humanity. Yet, instead of seeing the real victims of the Iranian regime, Washington finds itself keenly in tune with the ayatollahs’ 'grievances,'” Gov. Ridge wrote on Friday in TheHill.com .

Iran working with North Korea to thwart U.N. nuclear inspections - Washington Times

A prominent Iranian dissident group released a new report Friday claiming Iran has been working with North Korean experts to deceive U.N. nuclear inspectors visiting suspect sites in Iran, The Washington Times reported.

"Iran's clerical regime has been working on ways to conceal the military dimensions of its nuclear projects from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for some time and sought the advice and expertise of North Korean consultants to do so, according to the report from the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)," The Washington Times said.

British, Irish lawmakers denounce rights abuses in Iran

NCRI - In an online conference on Thursday, September 3, members of both Houses of Parliament from the United Kingdom, the Irish Parliament and women's Rights activists and lawyers from the UK highlighted and condemned the ongoing human rights abuses in Iran, urging the international community to speak up against these atrocities and support the 10-point plan of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi for a future democratic Iran as an alternative to the current theocratic regime.

Interview with Ayatollah Jalal Ganjei on PMOI’s 50-year struggle in Iran

NCRI - Interview with Ayatollah Jalal Ganjei, Chairman of the Committee on Freedom of Religions and Denominations of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, PMOI (or Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK):

September 1, 2015

Q - How did you first come to know of the PMOI? Where did you first hear the name of this organization? And what did you hear about it?

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