For the Trump administration, Iran has always been the primary target of its foreign policy. As the state supporter of terrorism, Iran is the focus of international leaders looking to curb its influence, both regionally and globally.
The U.S., in particular, is leading the charge against Iran, although it remains unclear what the U.S. plans to do once it has built an international coalition against the mullahs’ regime. A centerpiece of Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia, the first foreign trip of his presidency, is to push back on the threat that Iran poses to Saudi Arabia and other regional... Read More
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi recently spoke at a gathering entitled “Interfaith Solidarity Against Extremism”. The meeting included a number of prominent personalities from Arab countries and the Muslim community in France and was held on June 3, during the holy month of Ramadan.
She praised the initiatives taken by the various Arab and Muslim nations at their summit in Riyadh, where they declared the clerical regime has deprived the region and world of tranquility and stability, and that its activities in the Middle East and throughout... Read More
Activists of the Iranian opposition in various Iranian cities have launched a daring campaign to show the world the extent to which the people of Iran support the Iranian Resistance's annual Iran Freedom rally in Paris. The Free Iran rally will be held this year on July 1 in Paris. Each year tens of thousands of Iranians and their international supporters gather to show their support for democracy, freedom and human rights in Iran.
Supporters of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI or MEK) have filmed and photographed themselves holding up photographs of Iranian Resistance... Read More
Leaders from the international community are sending messages of support as the gathering draws close, including members of the UK and European leadership.
Lord Carlyle and Lord Clark, two prominent members of the British House of Lords, sent messages of support for the upcoming Iranian opposition gathering.
“This is a very important gathering… and I will join in line and with the aim of establishing a new government in Iran that I hope will be governed by responsible individuals, such as Mrs. Rajavi,” said Lord Carlyle. “For years I have supported your movement and Mrs. Rajavi... Read More
The Iranian people suffer a variety of indignities under the heavy hand of repression from the mullahs’ regime, but today, they were dealt a further blow in two separate attacks from ISIS. According to a statement from Iran’s Interior Ministry, two terrorist teams simultaneously tried to conduct blind terrorist acts in the vicinity of the Mausoleum of the founder of the Islamic Republic, Khomeini, and also at the Parliament.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility and released a video purporting to show gunmen inside the parliament building and one body, apparently dead, on the floor,... Read More
As part of Ramadan, National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) President-elect Maryam Rajavi and a number of prominent personalities from Arab countries and the Muslim community in France took part in a gathering on June 3, entitled “Interfaith Solidarity Against Extremism”. The meeting was held in Auvers-sur-Oise, France. The participants initially visited a photo exhibition, “Carnage and mass killings, from Iran to Syria”. The exhibit included photos of martyrs of the Iranian and Syrian resistance, as well as images from popular demonstrations in Syria against Assad and his regime.... Read More
Maryam Akbari Monfared has been threatened with an additional three-year prison term and exile to a remote prison for her open letters asking about the fate and whereabouts of several thousand political prisoners, including two of her siblings. These individuals were extrajudicially executed in 1988.
Monfared has written several open letters since October 2016, when she filed a formal complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office. She is seeking an official investigation into the 1988 massacre, the location of the mass graves of the executed prisoners, and the identities of the perpetrators.... Read More
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