The assault on black landlord Anne Kihagi began because she refused to play by the unspoken rules in San Francisco, where tenants get away with almost everything and landlords dare not speak up. They should even be afraid of visiting their own buildings, as Ms. Kihagi learned when Judge Angela Bradstreet penalized her $5,000 for visiting her building’s common area on a Sunday afternoon, somehow sending a brawny couple of men screaming. No, Judge Bradstreet cannot cite any law to support this punishment, but through her power and audacity, she was going to do everything possible to help the... Read More
Subhas Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack, Orissa on January 23, 1897. He was also addressed as 'Netaji' out of love and respect. He died a suspicious death on August 18, 1945, in Taipei, Taiwan, the mystery of which is still not solved. He was an Indian revolutionary in the freedom movement against British rule in India. He additionally drove an Indian national force from abroad against the Western forces in World War II. He worked in his own manner with Mohandas K. Gandhi, serving as a partner as well as an enemy on different occasions. Bose was known specifically for his activist way to achieve... Read More
Democracy is a word which most of us have heard many times in our lives- thrown into conversation so casually that we all think we know what it means, but in reality the true meaning was lost long ago. We take democracy for granted- many of us assume it is our god given right to have democracy, that it is not a privilege we have earned over the years.
In the 21st century people likeMark Dubowitz are huge advocates for democracy and what it truly means for our society. Most of us will understand the concept as a political one- and you would be right. The origins of the concept... Read More
On August 19, National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi gave a speech at an event regarding the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran.
“Every freedom-loving Iranian pays respect to the martyred heroes of the 1988 massacre and honors their memory,” said Rajavi.
She noted that many who were called out the name Massoud Rajavi when facing the torturers and executioners, which as a message to the generation that would follow. “That message was to follow Massoud Rajavi’s path and ideal, the path of paying the price of... Read More
On August 19, the PMOI/MEK commemorated the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran and the first anniversary of the Movement Calling for Justice for the Victims of the 1988 Massacre at the MEK centers in Albania.
Several members of the international community came to the event to show their support for the victims of this crime against humanity. Ms. Kerry Kennedy, daughter of the late Senator Robert Kennedy and President of Robert Kennedy Human Rights Foundation; Mr. Mariano Rabino, member of the Foreign Affairs and Human Rights committees of the Parliament of... Read More
The Iranian Resistance held its annual “Free Iran” gathering in Paris on July 1. During the course of the event, speakers from the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Europe, and the Middle East all spoke out against the actions of the regime and offered support for regime change.
“The people of Iran demand and deserve better than the religious fascism ruling Iran,” said John Baird, the former Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs. “The policies of appeasement let the people of Iran down.”
Another speaker, Ed Rendell former Chairman of theDemocratic National Committee... Read More
In light of the U.S. efforts to unite the Arab and Muslim nations against Iran and its support of terrorist activities throughout the region and globally, the recent attacks by ISIS in Tehran seem to be a godsend to the Iranian regime. It is noteworthy that until this attack, ISIS had never been active in Iran at all.
According to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), this attack by ISIS is against its own godfather’s tomb and his Parliament.
However, the attack didn’t surprise Iranian President Rouhani, who claimed that “the incident was not unexpected” and Khamenei... Read More
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I believe that someday all military operations will be reduced and we will be able to make agreements using international negotiations. War never changes things to better, never!