By Staff Writer
Iran is going through regime change. And the historical city of Kazerun, with a small but proud population, is a sign of this change
For the past 39 years, the dictatorial Iranian government has attempted to break the Iranian spirit and depress a nation through oppression, poverty, imprisonment, torture and executions. And with an iron fist, it hopes to expand its operations of terror and its repressive ideology of Islamic Fundamentalism to the surrounding regions, such as Syria and Iraq.
By Staff Writer
President of the United States Donald Trump recently announced that he would be taking his country out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Like the deal itself, opinions on his decision have been divided. There are some fervent supporters of the deal that believe Trump has made a very big mistake and there are some who believe that it was the only possible solution because the Iranian regime became further emboldened and the people have not benefited economically.
Iran Uprising -No. 164
On Thursday, May 24th, the nationwide strike of truck and heavy vehicle’s drivers continued in different cities of the country for the third day. The strike has already spread to 168 cities in 29 provinces of the country, and the queues of trucks that have rejected loading goods are getting longer continuously. This is despite the fact that intelligence agents have been deterring them from engaging in strikes since the very first day in various ways, including sending threatening SMS messages on the drivers’ mobile phones, and summoning some of them to the branches of Intelligence Ministry in their cities.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
While Hassan Rouhani has named the current Persian year ‘the year of development, increased domestic product and higher employment’, the regime is faced with numerous challenges like the United States pulling out of the JCPOA and shortage of financial resources, among others.
But aside from all these, a controversial issue that’s possibly even more important than resolving regime’s super challenges is the government’s economic policy, according to state-run ILNA news agency on May 11, 2018.