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Iran at the Center of the Warsaw Summit

Iran at the Center of the Warsaw Summit

By Staff writer

The ministerial conference on the Middle East, hosted jointly by the US State Department and Polish Foreign Ministry, will be held on 13 and 14 February. The conference will focus on Iran as the main source of instability in the region. High profile delegations from several dozen countries are expected to attend.

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Regime Terrified of MEK, Admits Friday Prayer Leader

Regime Terrified of MEK, Admits Friday Prayer Leader

By Hamideh Taati

The Iranian Regime has long tried to paint the Iranian opposition movement, the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), as some sort of fringe political group with little domestic support, so why are the mullahs suddenly being so upfront about their fears that the MEK will lead the people to overthrow the Regime?

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IRAN: Mullahs Step up Demonization Campaign Against MEK to Fend off Its Growing Role

IRAN: Mullahs Step up Demonization Campaign Against MEK to Fend off Its Growing Role

Remarks by Ali Safavi, a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) in an interview with NCR-Iran.org:

“The Iranian regime's desperate attempt to demonize the Iranian resistance, including the PMOI MEK or Mujahedin-e Khalq as well as the National Council of Resistance, has to be seen in the context of the regime's, increasing paranoia about the role and the impact and the effectiveness of the MEK in organizing and directing the anti-government protests that have erupted in Iran over the past year.

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Regime Reveals Committing Crimes They Blamed on Resistance

Regime Reveals Committing Crimes They Blamed on Resistance

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Crimes committed by the Iranian Regime have been exposed during a debate between former Iranian officials from rival factions broadcast on state-run media, where they were supposed to discuss matters of state and the Iranian Regime’s history.

Mostafa Tajzadeh, a former deputy of the interior minister during the presidency of Mohammad Khatami, who is linked to the so-called “reformist” camp, challenged former MP Alierza Zakani, who is known for his ties to the “principalist” faction, which is close to Iranian regime supreme leader Ali Khamenei, on two issues that have haunted the regime for years.

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Iran Regime Media: Poland Conference Similar to PMOI/MEK-Style Gatherings

Iran Regime Media: Poland Conference Similar to PMOI/MEK-Style Gatherings

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Regarding the upcoming global meeting in Poland that will focus on the Iranian regime’s policies in the Middle East, the Iranian state-run news agency Vatan-e Emrooz published an article that stated, “The first important point of this meeting is its similarities with the PMOI/MEK annual gathering [Free Iran Grand Gathering held by the Iranian resistance in France every year] in European capitals like Paris.”

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Iran Regime’s Fake News Against PMOI (MEK)

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The term “fake news” is thrown around a lot lately, sometimes by people who wish to deny accurate facts in a news story that do not fit in with their accepted narrative of the world, but it is a troubling phenomenon that must be rooted out in order to trust the media to act as a watchdog.

One case of fake news has hit the very core of European journalism. Claas Relotius, an editor of Germany’s Der Spiegel Magazine, has been printing fabricated news articles in the Spiegel over the past seven years, often not bothering to visit the places or interview the people he wrote about.

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Is Spiegelgate the Western Press’ Worst Scandal?

Is Spiegelgate the Western Press’ Worst Scandal?

Press release- 7 January 2019

What about Iran’s misinformation campaign?

Revelations of the deceit of journalist Claas Relotius, an editor of Germany’s prestigious Der Spiegel magazine, shocked advocates of the free press. It has now become apparent that most of the Relotius’s 60 reports for which he had won several journalism awards were based on lies. The German Journalists’ Union DJU called the case “the biggest fraud scandal in journalism since the Hitler diaries” in 1983 and CNN retracted its awards to him.

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