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Why We Must Win Against Religious Fundamentalism

by Mahmoud Hakamian

For Mrs Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, Iran and the rest of the world can never be free, unless religious fundamentalism is tackled to the extent that it is no longer a threat for human lives.

Speaking at a conference at Parliamentary Assembly of Council of Europe (PACE),  three weeks after the Paris attacks, she highlighted the importance of that very same barbarianism to be studied in many respects, including the historical circumstances that triggered its emergence, the societal dynamics that facilitated its development and growth, the international policies that enabled the expansion of such a destructive force, and its fundamental incongruity with Islam.

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Charlie Hebdo: What Went Wrong?

By Elaheh Azimfar

Wednesday morning, 7th of January 2015, terrorists barged into the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, and in the name of God, killed 12 journalists and writers present at the premises. It took only a few hours for the serene city of Paris to become a center of chaos, while the whole world watched in silence as to what had just happened.

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Mishandled Turban

by Dr. Antonio Stango

With a comprehensive nuclear agreement deadline by the end of June, what Tehran and in particular the supreme ayatollah leader will do in this regard is of paramount regional and global significance.

Even though negotiations have been going on, the Iranian regime has not responded to scores of IAEA concerns regarding the military dimensions of its nuclear program, thus confirming once more that it is not reliable.

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Iran: Balancing Lopsided Freedom

By Hossein Abedini

The terror attacks in Paris sparked a wave of popular manifestations around the world in defence of freedom of speech and free press that was targeted by religious fundamentalism.. However, amid this strong grass roots mobilisation rebuking religious fundamentalism, there is an inherent risk of victimising Muslims as whole labelling the entire Muslim population or communities as being violent radicals.

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A Dangerous Alliance

By Hossein Abedini

Hossein Abedini is a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. He was seriously injured during an assassination attempt on March 14, 1990 in Istanbul, Turkey by agents sent by Tehran.Iran has become the center of global crisis in 2015, one that has been reminiscent from its policies from 2014, and its relations with other countries. Looking at Iran from a pedestal, one situated in world politics, its coalition with Syria and Iraq has been one under the greatest scrutiny. This involvement in neighboring conflicts is not new for Iran. For example, its current Defense Minister Hussain Dehghan served in Lebanon during the 1975-89 civil war, where he had a pivotal role in the creation of the terrorist group Hezbollah.

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Is there a solution?

by Elisabetta Zamparutti 

Enough has been written and said about the impending disaster that is Iran’s current regime and its nuclear program. But how will it all end? Can we find a way to come together and resolve the myriad crises the state is facing?  

According to Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the Iranian opposition leader, Tehran is the epicenter of Islamic fundamentalism. This is easily proven by just looking at the situation of Shiite militias in Iraq that are killing Sunnis with impunity. The Ayatollahs hand is in all pies and he’s making a mess of it. The nuclear talks with the west are failing and a nuclear future will only cause Iran to become more aggressive in the region, and more repressive to its own people. The economy is faltering, dissidents are being killed one at a time and Iran is at the mercy of a handful of mullahs now.

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Maryam Rajavi speaks on Iran and sanctions

by Dr. Antonio Stango

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, in a recent interview argued that the Iranian regime must be placed under stronger international pressure and sanctions if it is expected to actually give up its pursuit of a nuclear bomb.

She spoke to Ambassador Ken Blackwell and said that the international community will have to do better to this end.

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