Regime's Media: Officials Insulted People, Cyrus the Great and History of Iran

Editor 31 October 2017

by Azita Carlson 

On the aftermath of protest rallies and demonstrations which occurred during the commemoration of the ‘Cyrus the Great Day’ in Iran. The state-run ‘ Alef’ website published an article concerning the reaction of Iranian people to anti-Iranian statements and insults to Cyrus by Iranian regime’s officials titled “Today, Cyrus, tomorrow perhaps Hafez and Sa’adi (two of the greatest poets of Iran)”: “How long do we want to continue this fake policy and satisfy ourselves with the false hope that this year is over, let’s hope for next year,! What has been the result of these policies so far, except for causing more sensitivity and a worse reaction by the people?

Obama Missed Huge Opportunity in Negotiations of the Iran Nuclear Deal

Editor 28 October 2017

by Armin Baldwin 

United States President Donald Trump recently decertified the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and has said that the various big problems with it will be addressed in an attempt to make it a better deal for all of the involved parties as well as the Middle East.

International Day of Cyrus the Great to Be Potentially Cancelled by Iran Regime

Azita Carlson 26 October 2017

by Azita Carlson 

Last year on October28th, thousands of Iranians went to Pasargadae to pay tribute to Cyrus the Great and many ended up protesting against the Iranian regime. Security forces were deployed and several people were arrested. The crowd chanted: “Iran is our homeland; Cyrus is our father”, “Freedom of thought cannot take place with beards” in reference to the current leaders of the country, and “Clerical rule is synonymous with only tyranny, only war”.

Confronting Iran's Meddling in the Middle East Is Necessary

Navid Felker 26 October 2017

by Navid  Felker

The U.S. President has recently proposed a new strategy to confront Iranian regime. Subsequently, the U.S. Secretary of States Rex Tillerson in Riyadh, presented the most significant U.S. plans to confront Iran's meddling in the region.

Swedish-Iranian Academic Handed Death Sentence in Iran

Editor 25 October 2017

by Armin Baldwin

Ahmadreza Jalali, a Swedish-Iranian scholar has been sentenced to death in Iran. Swedish authorities and Amnesty International are protesting the sentence.

Jalali who has Iranian citizenship, but is a permanent resident of Sweden, is a researcher at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.

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