Within Iran, the internet is not a place of freedom, but one that is heavily policed for ideas that do not meet the criteria of what is acceptable to the mullahs’ regime. Despite all the risks and the restrictions in place, Iranian youth are getting around them to access social media networks, where they are questioning the integrity of the elections. The regime response to these curious youth is to give notices and warnings about these networks, along with large-scale arrests of social network managers.
PMOI supporters have been active online, especially in campaigns that have attempted... Read More
Iran has long been designated a state-sponsored terrorist government, as the international community acknowledges their role in exporting terrorism throughout the Middle East and onto the larger global stage. How is Iran able to do this, with so many sanctions placed on them to limit their nuclear activities?
In large part, Iran relies on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to both fight in strategic areas throughout the region and assist in spreading terrorism throughout the world. This security force not only is active in the oppression of any potential uprising on the domestic... Read More
While Rafsanjani served as the fourth president of Iran from 1989 until 1997, head of the Assembly of Experts from 2007 until 2011, and Chairman of the Expediency Discernment Council from 1989 until his death, he was shaping the reactionary and sectarian tone of contemporary Iranian politics
Rafsanjani was elected chairman of the Iranian parliament in 1980 and served until 1989. He became president of Iranian regime in 1987 as a nominally reformist candidate. His presidency occurred during a particularly trying moment for Iran as its economy reeled from the disastrous Iran-Iraq... Read More
This week, Afghan prisoners were blindfolded and put in a cage displayed amongst other contraband items in Shiraz, a city in southern Iran. Images of the nearly two dozen prisoners in a steel cage then went viral on social media.
The deputy police chief of Shiraz said the Afghan prisoners were among some 200 foreign nationals who had been arrested for illegally entering Iran. They were displayed in a huge metal cage alongside confiscated soft drinks, firearms, explosives, drugs and alcohol.
The images generated attention on social media, prompting an outcry from the Afghan government... Read More
When an individual decides to take up tutoring as a profession, one has to know the mount of responsibilities which come along with it. Teaching different kinds of student’s one subject and making sure their concepts are cleared is quite a challenge. Along with students, comes a series of doubts which have to be cleared at the earliest, in order to prevent the child from repeating the mistake again. There are various concepts which exist in a particular subject and clear understanding of those concepts for the students is the primary duty of the tutor.
Here we present top 10 tips... Read More
The 2016 “Iran Freedom” Grand Assembly, held in Le Bourget, France, was attended by multiple delegations of former U.S. officials who landed their words and support to the event.
Colonel Wes Martin lead the delegation of former U.S. military officials.
General George Casey, a retired U.S. Army general who also served as Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, was the first speaker.
“In my first days in Iraq, it didn’t take me long to figure out that the United States and Iran had diametrically opposed objectives,” he said. “We were seeking to empower a democratically elected Iraqi... Read More
By: Amir Basiri
Leading international experts deliver speeches to a grand gathering calling for democracy and freedom in Iran
Senior former international officials from the United States, Europe, Arab and Islamic countries, and many more rallied in Paris on Saturday, July 9th, to join their voice with Iranian dissidents including expatriates, supporters and community leaders gathering from across the globe. The event attracted well over 100,000 participants and marked yet another major annual rally staged by the Iranian opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran and its... Read More
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