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Iranian Regime Becomes More and More Isolated

Iranian Regime Becomes More and More Isolated

By Shahriar Kia

Iran regime’s President Hassan Rouhani said only a few days ago that the regime has been able to overcome the crippling economic sanctions that the United States put back into place last year. He called the action taken by the U.S. administration “unjust” and said that the regime is working on its relations with Iraq to move forward.

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U.S. Continues to Pressure Iran Regime

U.S. Continues to Pressure Iran Regime

By Shahriar Kia

The Trump administration is intent on pressuring Iran. President Trump announced last year that the United States would be exiting the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and he gave a long list of reasons why. This included Iran’s meddling in the region, its continued ballistic missile testing, its support of terrorist groups and activities and its compete disregard for human rights.

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The Religious Fascism Ruling Iran, on the Verge of Downfall

Iran Regime, on the verge of downfall

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The Iranian regime is in one of its most crucial junctures now; on one hand, its resources and income has dramatically dropped; on the other, its needs and expenses have increased.

Thereby, many businesses, industries, and pensioners have been severely impacted; so much so that even an increase in oil’s value will not make any difference anymore.

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Iranian Regime Hanging by a Thread

Iranian Regime Hanging by a Thread

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

For the past four decades, the Iranian regime has been progressing in its aim to turn the Middle East into a region that is unrecognisable. During its forty years of existence, the Iranian regime has sparked numerous conflicts in the Middle East and fuelled those that started to simmer. A large part of the Arab world, as well as Israel and the United States, have been opposed to the Iranian regime’s meddling in other nations, but the clerical rule has ignored it all and carried on regardless.

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Iranians Continue Their Struggle for Democracy

Iranians Continue Their Struggle for Democracy

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The absolute rule by clerics in Iran, known as Velayat-el-Faqih, came about before anyone could put a stop to it. It was never one of the goals of the Iranian Revolution in 1979 when the Shah’s dictatorship was overthrown by popular uprising.

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Khomeini's Legacy Is a Broken Iran Only Regime Change Can Fix

Khomeini's Legacy Is a Broken Iran Only Regime Change Can Fix

By Mahmoud Hakamian

In February 1979 Ruhollah Khomeini returned to Iran, shortly after the Shah’s dictatorship had been overthrown by Iranians who had fought bitterly for a new democratic Iran.

However, Khomeini did nothing of the sort during his ten years in power; instead focusing on murdering his opponents on mass, continuing the Iran-Iraq war far past its natural end, and setting up the Iranian Regime’s links with terrorist groups that last to this day. In short, he betrayed everything that the Iranian people had fought for during the revolution.

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Iran: 40 Years After Theocrats Usurped Power

By Dowlat Nowrouzi, NCRI Representative in the UK

Over the past four decades, countless articles, books, analysis and reports, have been written about the nature of the clerical regime ruling Iran since it usurped the power after the anti-Shahs’ dictatorship revolution in 1979. For many, the question of why a corrupt, religious fascist regime still holds power is a myth. Let us have a glimpse of the realities of Iran today.

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