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The Imperative of Recognizing the Iranian People’s Right to Resistance and Liberty

The Iranian People’s Right to Resistance and Freedom Needs to Be Recognized

The U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo declared in Cairo that the United States will no longer protect Iran’s ruling mullahs. He added, “We joined the Iranian people in calling for freedom and accountability.” Therefore, “The age of self-inflicted American shame is over, and so are the policies that produced so much needless suffering.”

Iran: Rouhani’s Ridicule in Minimizing the Effects of U.S. Sanctions

Iran: Rouhani’s Ridicule in Minimizing the Effects of U.S. Sanctions

The source of all problems is the regime that plunders the property of the people into terrorism and war

Hassan Rouhani, President of the clerical regime, said on Saturday, November 10, at the end of the joint meeting of the heads of three branches of the government: The Americans "did not have anything new to make, and therefore they had to make a long list, on the one hand, they mention the names of banks, and on the other add branches of the banks, on the one hand they name an airline company and on the other hand, mention the serial numbers of aircrafts to fill the page."

Khamenei's Speech in the Gathering of Basijis

Khamenei's Speech in the Gathering of Basijis

 The Complete Reflection of the Desperation of the Mullahs Regime and the Deadly Impasse in the Face of the Popular Uprising and Foreign Crises

On Thursday, Khamenei, the supreme leader of the clerical regime, in fear of the implementation of the second phase of sanctions, in particular the oil sanctions, in a ridiculous show under the title of "Power manifestation" tried to give morale to his weary troops. Khamenei's speech is a reflection of the weakness and desperation of the regime, and reveals its complete deadlock in the face of the popular uprising and the growing chain of external crises.

Iran: Rouhani’s Remarks Before Parliament, Dead-End and Worsening Crisis

Iran: Rouhani’s Remarks Before Parliament, Dead-End and Worsening Crisis

After two of Rouhani’s ministers were sacked, three quarters of MPs rejected his remarks

Following months of factional feuding and a power struggle within the regime, including the sacking of the ministers of labor and economic affairs by the regime’s Majlis (Parliament) in the past two weeks, this morning Hassan Rouhani appeared before Parliament to answer questions from 82 MPs about the economic situation. Following his remarks, MPs rejected four of his responses to five questions. About three quarters of those present considered Rouhani’s response to “extreme unemployment” and the “steep drop in the value of the national currency” to be inadequate.

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