Free Iran Rally in Warsaw

Free Iran Rally in Warsaw

Staff Writer 13 February 2019

By Staff writer, SF

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the MEK / PMOI, is holding a Free Iran rally outside the Warsaw Summit in Poland. The supporters have gathered to ensure that the voice of the people of Iran is not forgotten and to strengthen their calls for freedom, democracy and human rights through regime change.

The EU’s Pitiable Efforts to Change the Iranian Regime's Behavior

The EU’s Pitiable Efforts to Change the Iranian Regime's Behavior

Staff Writer 20 January 2019

By Staff writer, SF

The European Union believes that it is important to maintain the Iran Nuclear Deal, especially after the Trump administration made its decision to exit the accord and reimpose sanctions on the country. A Special Purpose Vehicle has been promised to Iran that is meant to circumvent U.S. sanctions and allow the Iranian regime to continue selling its oil without repercussions. However, the deadline for setting up the mechanism has passed, and no European initiative has been implemented.

Huawei Has Deeper Ties to Iran Than Previously Thought

Huawei Has Deeper Ties to Iran Than Previously Thought

Staff Writer 10 January 2019

By Staff writer, SF

Chinese tech giant Huawei has reportedly been conducting sanctions-breaking business with Iran and three Chinese individuals had signing rights to Iranian bank accounts for both Huawei and Hong Kong-based equipment firm Skycom – a company that US prosecutors claim Huawei controlled.

Israel-Palestine Peace Accord Would Weaken Iran

Israel-Palestine Peace Accord Would Weaken Iran

Staff Writer 04 January 2019

by Staff writer, SF

All of the time that Israel fails to secure a just peace with Palestine, end its occupation of the Palestinian territories, and stop the oppression of Palestinian rights, they are empowering extremist regimes like Iran to take on the Palestinian cause.

Quercus Halts Construction of Iran Solar Power Plant as US Sanctions go into Effect

Quercus Halts Construction of Iran Solar Power Plant as US Sanctions Go Into Effect

Staff Writer 16 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

Quercus, the British renewable energy investor, has stated that it will halt the construction of a 500 million euro (445.9 million pounds) solar power plant in Iran because of the recently imposed U.S. sanctions.

Planned as the world’s sixth largest solar plant, it would also have been the first renewable energy investment outside Europe by Quercus.

Partly because of the air pollution problems in Iran, the country has been trying to increase the share of renewable-produced electricity in its energy mix. It was also hoping to have about 5 gigawatts in renewables installed by 2020 to meet international commitments.

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Is Trump Meeting Iranian President a Good Idea?

Staff Writer 02 August 2018

by Staff writer, SF

Earlier this week, U.S. President Donald Trump said to the press after meeting with Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte: “I’ll meet with anybody. I believe in meeting. The Prime Minister said it better than anybody can say it: Speaking to other people, especially when you’re talking about potentials of war and death and famine and lots of other things—you meet. There’s nothing wrong with meeting. We met, as you know, with Chairman Kim. And it—you haven’t had a missile fired off in nine months. We got our prisoners back. So many things have happened. So positive.”

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