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Free Iran Gathering: Support NCRI and MEK

Support NCRI and MEK

By Staff Writer

The fourth panel at today’s FreeIran Gathering in Paris, hosted by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), shone a light on the ongoing Iranian uprising and the Iran Opposition.

Iran Opposition – NCRI, MEK

Freeiran Gathering: Sanction IRGC and Support Iran Opposition

Sanction IRGC and Support Iran Opposition

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) was the major subject of today’s third panel at the FreeIran Gathering in Paris, hosted by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), with the panellists discussing how best to put pressure on the IRGC.

Free Iran Gathering: How to Deal With IRGC, Support Iran Opposition

Panel Discussion on Iran: IRGC and Meddling in the Region

By Staff Writer

It should be no secret that the Iranian Regime is responsible for most of the woes of the Middle East, which is why the second panel of the FreeIran Gathering in Paris, organised by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), was dedicated to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and their meddling in the region.

The panel, which began at 2.30 pm local time on Friday, agreed that the Iranian Regime seeks to export its malign revolution across the Middle East and the world at large. This is something inherent within the Regime, having been written into their constitution, and will not be altered until the mullahs are overthrown.

Free Iran Gathering: We Should Support Iran People’s Desire for Regime Change

Free Iran Gathering: We Should Support Iran People’s Desire for Regime Change

By Staff Writer

The Free Iran Gathering, organised by the main Iranian opposition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), kicked off today in Paris, with a panel entitled “Iran: Prospect for Change”, where six distinguished politicians and media personalities came to the decision that supporting the Iranian people should be the policy of the international community.

The Place of Art and Iranian Artist in Today’s Iran

The Place of Art and Iranian Artist in Today’s Iran

By Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

With the mullahs’ regime coming to power in 1979, Iran’s art breathed its last as most Iranian artists either had to leave the country or were isolated by the regime and died in obscurity.

By the order of Khomeini, music, dance and any related job or business were banned as being religiously forbidden. Visual arts, drawing, poetry and literature were confined to the mullahs’ backward ideology, with the country’s real artists either being held in prison or living a lonely sorrowful life at home.

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