As the Trump administration works to unravel Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with word powers, the producers of the country's famed Persian carpets fear they will lose vital markets, it is noteworthy that the rug business is also mainly being controlled by the Iran regime’s revolutionary guards (IRGC).
by Atousa Pilger
The Iranian regime is being put under increasing pressure by the people of Iran. The people have been protesting and holding anti-government demonstrations for almost a year and with every day that goes past, the Iranian regime is realising that the threat is not going to dissipate.
by Navid Felker
Almost exactly one year ago, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) were warned about the prospect of mass protests in Iran, so they dispatched special patrols of the Basij forces in order to create an intimidating atmosphere across Iran with the hopes of preventing any the protests.
by Staff writer, SF
We’ve spoken a lot on here about the Iranian Regime’s propaganda campaign, which combines fake news, disinformation agents, and cherry-picked examples to present a PR-friendly version of the mullahs.
Now, it’s time to talk about the Regime’s efforts to disguise their anti-Semitic rhetoric as legitimate opposition to an evil Zionist enterprise, which has sucked in some major US news organisations.