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Scotland’s First Minister & Chief Constable Withdraw From the Iranian Regime’s Propaganda Conference

Scotland’s First Minister & Chief Constable Withdraw From the Iranian Regime’s Propaganda Conference
Struan Stevenson is the coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change

Nationwide protests are raging in Iran, with millions of demonstrators in more than 144 cities demanding the downfall of the theocratic fascist regime. So far it is known that at least 250 people have been killed and over 3,700 injured. There have been more than 7,000 arrests.

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Europe Must Open a New Chapter on Iran - Former EU Lawmaker

Europe Must Open a New Chapter on Iran - Former EU Lawmaker
Former European lawmaker Struan Stevenson

The European Union's incoming foreign affairs chief must persuade the bloc to cast aside Europe's failed policy of appeasement of Iran's religious dictatorship and support the Iranian people in their quest to oust their tyrannical rulers, former European lawmaker Struan Stevenson writes in the United Press International.

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Understanding Iran Opposition MEK “Resistance Units”

MEK Resistance Units hung banners of Massoud Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian opposition on a Passover- File photo
MEK Resistance Units hung banners of Massoud Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian opposition on a Passover- File photo

The Middle East is a region of constant turmoil due to the malign meddling of the extremist theocracy ruling Iran. Through such terrorism, Tehran attempts to mask its domestic turmoil, a fire simmering beneath the ashes threatening the very foundation of the mullahs’ rule.

Despite it's warmongering and support for terrorism that overwhelms many governments, the most formidable foe Tehran faces is the principal democratic opposition movement Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). Many groups have come and gone in the past 40 years while the MEK has paid the demanding price of the struggle, standing firm on its principles while suffering over 100,000 supporters being sent to the gallows.

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What Protests in Iraq and Lebanon Mean for Iran? by Struan Stevenson

What Protests in Iraq and Lebanon Mean for Iran?  by Struan Stevenson
Struan Stevenson the Coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change (CiC). The former member of the European Parliament representing Scotland (1999-2014), and president of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA).

Developments in Iraq and Lebanon, two Arab states where the Iranian regime boasted of controlling their capitals, are becoming very worrying for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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