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The Impact of Iran’s Telegram Ban

The impact of Iran’s Telegram ban

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime blocked popular messaging app Telegram on May 1, citing its role in allowing the Iranian people to communicate with each other and the outside world during the Iran uprising, which began in December 2017, but this incredible act of censorship by the mullahs has not exactly warmed people towards them. In fact, given the disruption that the Telegram ban has caused, especially to those who used it for business, unrest among the Iranian people has only grown.

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Remnants of the Monarchy in Defense of Religious Fascism

Shahin Gobadi

Bloomberg News on June 19, published an interview with Reza Pahlavi, the son of a former Iranian dictator who was overthrown by the Iranian people.

By rehashing a number of false accusations against Iran’s democratic opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), he once again demonstrated his hostility towards democracy and popular sovereignty.

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Thursday's Iran Mini Report - June 21, 2018

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - June 21, 2018

• Merkel: Iran's 'Aggression' In Middle East Must Be Countered

AMMAN, June 21 (Reuters): Measures are needed to counter Iran's "aggressive tendencies" in the Middle East, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday after talks in Jordan with King Abdullah.

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Iran: Khamenei’s Rejection of FATF Meaning and Implications

Khamenei’s Rejection of FATF Meaning and Implications

By Amir Taghati

On Wednesday, it was widely reported that Iran regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei had spoken out publicly against the notion of Iranian compliance with the standards put in place by the Financial Action Task Force. This had been a topic of some debate in the Iran regime’s parliament until last week, when it suspended discussion in the wake of US withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which the six other signatories are reportedly seeking to preserve through their own negotiations.

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Notion of Direct Talks With U.S. Sparks Conflict Between Iran Regime’s Rival Bands

Direct talks with U.S. and Iran

By Mahmoud Hakamian

It’s been a while since some of Iranian regime’s state media have started raising the issue of holding direct negotiations with the United States, with some of the prominent figures of regime’s so-called reformist group writing an open letter to regime leader Ali Khamenei, pointing to Barack Obama’s era as a lost opportunity and calling on regime’s decision makers to take a nationalistic step by holding unconditional talks with the United States regardless of the White House’s psychological wars, thus to take the first step towards resolving problems and differences.

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