Tuesday, February 7, 2017

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The Price to Be Paid for Opening EU Office in Tehran
The quality of relations with European countries, including opening an EU office in Tehran, has turned into a controversy and subject of a new conflict between Iranian regime’s two rival bands.
This is while the US president explicitly states that he does not approve the nuclear deal (JCPOA) unless it goes under revision, and if the US Congress and the EU fail to do that, he willpull the United States out of the agreement.
The Iranian regime on the other hand maintains that the nuclear deal couldn’t be subject to any change and that it won’t accede to any kind of re-negotiation over the deal.
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Hassan Rouhani
EU Sanctions on Iran Would Complement US Confrontational Strategy Towards Iran Regime
 President Donald Trump has upped his rhetoric on Iran regime and its belligerence in the region. He has vowed to be more confrontational with Iran regime and wants its ballistic missile program to be curbed. Furthermore, he has criticised Iran’s interference in both Syria and Yemen and has said that the regime must be punished.
Last month President Trump decided that he was not going to recertify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal. This has left Congress with the decision about whether to reimpose the crippling economic sanctions that were in place before the deal was signed. The decision will have to be announced by mid-December.
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Former US House Speaker and Presidential Candidate
Huffington Post, OCT. 21, 2017-- Former House Speaker and Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich described the clerical establishment of Iran as “a dictatorship with a façade of democracy,” adding, “If you’re not part of the dictatorship, and you’re not acceptable to the dictator, you can’t run, and therefore to pretend that the elections actually offer any serious choice to the Iranian people is simply a fantasy. Mr. Gingrich was speaking at a luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, Friday, held by the Organization of Iranian American Communities, OIAC. The event was moderated by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield Jr., the Assistant Secretary of State for Political Military Affairs under the George W. Bush administration.

Business Cannot Justify, Europeans' Policy of Closing the Eyes to Human Rights Violations in Iran
On Tuesday 17 October 2017, the Belgian Committee of Parliamentarians and Mayors for a Democratic Iran, held a meeting in the Belgian Federal Parliament on the situation of human rights in Iran.
Several members of parliament and senators from different political parties spoke in this meeting which was chaired by Ms Els Van Hoof, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Belgian Parliament from the Christian Democratic Party.
Business Cannot Justify, Europeans' Policy of Closing the Eyes to Human Rights Violations in Iran
Iranian People Wish Europe, to Black List IRGC, and Condition Relations With Regime, to Halt of Executions
On Tuesday 17 October 2017, the Belgian Committee of Parliamentarians and Mayors for a Democratic Iran, held a meeting in the Belgian Federal Parliament on the situation of human rights in Iran.
Several members of parliament and senators from different political parties spoke in this meeting which was chaired by Ms. Els Van Hoof, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Belgian Parliament from the Christian Democratic Party.
In this meeting also Mr Firouz Mahvi from the foreign affairs committee of the NCRI, delivered the speech
Iranian People Wish Europe, to Black List IRGC, and Condition Relations With Regime, to Halt of Executions
President Trump should support Iranians opposing their brutal government
Fox News, Oct. 18, 2017 - Now that President Trump has decertified the Iranian nuclear deal and asked Congress to decide if the U.S. should snap back economic sanctions on the Islamic Republic, he is faced with a critical decision on what future U.S. policy toward Iran should be.
Following an administration review of U.S. policy toward Iran now underway, the president should make a commitment to show greater support for the Iranian people in their struggle for freedom against the brutal and oppressive extremist regime that governs their nation.
The outlines of what future U.S. policy to Iran might look like point to positive and long overdue changes. The president’s speech before the United Nations General Assembly last month was one of several preliminary signs that the U.S. will be more assertive with the Iran, even to the point of promoting domestically driven regime change.
President Trump should support Iranians opposing their brutal government
Trump sets the stage for new policy toward Iran
U.S. to remain in Iran nuclear deal 'right now' 
'We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more chaos, the very real threat of Iran's nuclear breakout,' President Trump said during his much-anticipated Friday speech, in which he made good on his promise to decertify the nuclear pact forged between Iran and world powers in 2015. While this does not mean the end of U.S. commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA as the accord is formally known, it will entrust Congress with the responsibility to decide the next step.

Ending America's Paralyzed Iran Policy
Decertifying the nuclear deal without walking away gives the Trump administration an opening to confront the Islamic Republic’s foreign meddling.
President Donald Trump is taking considerable heat for his expected announcement this week that he will “decertify” the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Critics say he is heedlessly discarding a deal that has been working, and needlessly putting America on a collision course with Iran.
As it turns out, Trump is actually not poised to “rip up the deal.” By decertifying it, the president and his advisors are, in fact, signaling their intent to strengthen it, with the help of Congress, so that the deal advances U.S. national security interests. Those interests are key criteria for the certification process, which takes place every 90 days, as laid out in the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act (INARA) of 2015. Right now, with the Iranians hindering inspection of military sites, working feverishly on their ballistic missile program, and banking on the nuclear deal’s sunset clauses, which all but guarantee Tehran an advanced nuclear program in roughly a decade, it’s hard to argue the deal is working for the United States.

Iran’s people are the world’s greatest allies against Tehran’s evil ambitions
By: Shahriar Kia 
In his recent speech at the UN General Assembly, U.S. President Donald Trump reiterated his resolve to counter the Iranian regime’s destabilizing activities, nuclear ambitions and its many affronts to international agreements and norms. But the remark that perhaps made the most impact, and was ostensibly ignored by Iranian officials and media, was one regarding the distinction between the ruling regime and the people, which he called, “The longest-suffering victims of Iran's leaders.”
“The entire world understands that the good people of Iran want to change, and, other than the vast military power of the United States, that Iran's people are what their leaders fear most,” Trump said during his speech. He also added, “This is what causes the regime to restrict Internet access, tear down satellite dishes, shoot unarmed student protestors, and imprison political reformers.”
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), welcomed Trump’s statements, describing them as “the first testimony by a US President over the past 38 years to underscore the need for regime change in Iran by the Iranian people, a cause that has been the declared policy of the Iranian Resistance for the past 36 years.”
The White House recently issued an executive order signed by Trump appointing various departments in charge of implementing the new sanctions imposed on Iran, North Korea and Russia. This sanctions bill that also blacklists Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC).
Iran’s people are the world’s greatest allies against Tehran’s evil ambitions
What are the policy options for dealing with Iranian regime?
F. Mahmoudi, Special to Al Arabiya EnglishMonday, 9 October 2017 
On browsing social media accounts of Iranian activists — on Feacebook, Twitter, Telegram and Instagram — one can feel the pulse of the Iranian society, where a sense of social unease and protest is evidently brewing.
Even regime officials are writing in the social media about the “huge challenges” they are facing from protesting social classes, such as laborers who have not recieved their salaries and farmers who await payment for their produce. There are also investors and depositors whose money has been blocked by state institutions.
University students are facing a hard time finding jobs and there is also a dramatic increase in the number of unemployed and homeless. On the other hand, many families who lost their children in the 1988 massacre in prisons still do not know the burial sites of their loved ones.
These calamities are the handiwork of a corrupt and criminal regime, as was rightly pointed out by US President Donald Trump in his speech at the UN.

Trump should Formally Recognize the Iranian Resistance

Trump should Formally Recognize the Iranian Resistance
By Peter Paton
Now is the decisive time for President Trump to formally recognise the Iranian Resistance, the National Council of Resistance of Iran  (NCRI), and officially invite their leader Maryam Rajavi and her delegation to the White House.By lending Legitimacy and Creedence to the Iranian Resistance, Trump will be metaphorically speaking plunging a dagger into the lawless Mullah’s hearts on the International scene.
The US Administration’s new strategy should be focused on Regime Change in Tehran and Official Recognition of the Iranian Opposition ( NCRI-U.S. Rep Office‏ ) as symbolic of Regime Change force, and the legitimate voice of the oppressed Persian people.The former US President Barack Hussein Obama abandoned and shunned the Iranian people when they last rose up in rebellion against the criminal Mullahs in 2009, to the eternal shame and dismay of the democratic  world, now is the vital time for President Trump to make official amends for this heartless and embarrassing faux pas by Obama and his discredited foreign advisers.

Why We Need Regime Change in Iran?
Tom Ridge In recent weeks, we have noticed a spike in news about Iran and explicitly what is called Iran Deal, both from mainstream outlets and right-wing advocacy groups. Why is all of this happening now? Because October 15 is approaching, a law that requires the president to inform Congress every 90 days that Iran is complying with the deal AND several other subjective criteria that, while related to the nuclear deal, are actually broader than what Iranian regime committed to under the deal.
This is the deadline experts are worried about. Facts are indicative of Trump refusing to issue a certification of compliance and the start of a new phase in relation with Iranian regime.
Tom Ridge the first Homeland Security Secretary and a Governor of Pennsylvania in his article, published in the ‘Newsweek’ on October 7, 2017 professionally looks beyond the immediate trend of events and points to some serious and real essentials which are vitally important to be taken into consideration while setting the Iran policy. 

No war needed for Iran regime changeBy: Shahriar Kia2017-08-25 14:17:43

No war needed for Iran regime changeThe objective of Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the religious dictatorship under the pretext of the Islamic Republic of Iran, in establishing the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) on May 5th, 1979, was to form a military force completely loyal to the mullahs’ Velayat-e faqih system.This entity, set to be equipped with modern and heavy weaponry, would be tasked to protect the ruling institution.This is exactly why the IRGC is this regime’s Achilles Heel and weak point. If comprehensive and immediate sanctions truly disarm the regime of this lever and expel the IRGC from the Middle East, the pillar protecting Iran’s religious dictatorship in the face of popular uprisings and international crises will crumble.             Read more

AFTER THE JCPOA, THE AMOUNT OF IRAN'S FOREIGN DEBTS?
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh
Arabnews, 20 August 2017 - There is a need for a more firm approach toward the Iranian government and its increasingly aggressive foreign policy.Tehran is ratcheting up its interference and interventions in Arab countries. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its affiliates are increasing domestic repression as well, according to the latest reports by human rights organizations.
Support for a firm approach against the Iranian political establishment is increasing in the United States. About 30 prominent American luminaries and former officials issued a joint statement expressing bipartisan support for underscoring the need for countering Tehran regime. Among the signatories were former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
It is crucial to point out that the Iranian government has been causing regional instability, engaging in egregious human rights violations and exporting terrorism and extremism abroad. The letter scolds the Iranian regime for committing these acts.

MICHAEL REAGAN: THE FOLLIES OF APPEASEMENT
By Michael Reagan
   
Record Courier, Aug. 14, 2017 - Haven’t we learned yet that appeasement doesn’t work? I’m not talking about when the weak-kneed leaders of Britain and France went to Munich in 1938 and essentially gave Czechoslovakia to Hitler to buy a brief period of peace before Europe and the rest of the world went to war. 
I’m talking about our more recent dealings with Russian, Iran and North Korea.

Is Regime Change Truly The Correct Iran Policy?
A picture dated September 21, 2012, shows a Raad air defense system carrying Taer missiles being displayed by Iran's Revolutionary Guard,
(FILES) A picture dated September 21, 2012, shows a Raad air defense system carrying Taer missiles being displayed by Iran's Revolutionary Guard, during an annual military parade which marks Iran's eight-year war with Iraq, in the capital Tehran. Iranian forces have carried out what they called cyber warfare tactics for the first time as the Islamic republic's naval units staged manoeuvres in the key Strait of Hormuz, media reports said on December 31, 2012. AFP PHOTO/ATTA KENARE (Photo credit should read ATTA KENARE/AFP/Getty Images)
Following the re certification of Iran’s compliance with a nuclear deal aimed at curbing its controversial nuclear program, there is quite a stir over the Trump administration possibly adopting a regime change policy in the face of Tehran’s belligerence.
There are those who favor such a trajectory, while Iran lobbyists and apologists have promptly argued otherwise, saying war should not be an option and citing ongoing campaigns in countries across the region to back their opinions.

Two years into JCPOA, Iran needs regime change
By Shahriar Kia
American Thinker, July 28, 2017 - July 14th marked the second anniversary of the nuclear deal signed between Iran and the P5+1 in Vienna back in 2015.
This pact was reached fundamentally by sanctions against Tehran due to continuous revelations made by the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), being the first to blow the whistle on Tehran’s nuclear weapons ambitions.

Huffingtonpost, July 25, 2017 -
NCRI Foreign Affairs Committee Member: Today's Sanctions Has to Be Complimented by Blacklisting IRGC.
Shahin Gobadi, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran comments on the designation of 18 entities and individuals affiliated with the Iranian regime for their role in exporting terrorism and in the drive to proliferate ballistic missiles and underscores that todays’ measure has to be complimented by designating the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist entity.   

MESSAGE OF MARYAM RAJAVI TO A CONFERENCE ON THE 1988 MASSACRE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN IRAN- UK HOUSE OF COMMONS -18 JULY 2017

Last year, around this time, we launched a nationwide and international movement calling for justice regarding the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.
This was a terrible crime whose perpetrators are still holding key positions in the regime, including Rouhani’s justice minister who was a member of the Death Commission in charge of the massacre.
Please allow me to use this opportunity to thank members of the both houses of parliament as well as prominent jurists and human rights activists for their efforts in this regard.

MEK's Role in Iran and How It Can Help the Global Peace?

Iran Focus-London, 2 Jul - Experts and scholars, prior to participating in #FreeIran gathering, joined a panel discussion, held in Paris to discuss the current social-political situation in Iran and the role of the Iranian opposition (MEK) in this regards. The meeting was organized by the “Foundation for Middle East Studies (FEMO)”, and the “Alliance for Public Awareness, Iranian Communities in Europe(APA)”. The panel was moderated by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield, former Assistant Secretary of State for Military Affairs, who was joined by Kenneth Blackwell, former US Ambassador to the UN Human Rights Commission in Geneva, Linda Chavez, Founder and Chairwoman of the Center for Equal Opportunity and former White House Public Relations Liaison, Ramesh Sepehrrad, scholar practitioner from George Mason University in the US, Robert Torricelli, Member of the US Senate from 1997 to 2003 who also served 14 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, and Mohammed Alsulami, head of AGCIS and expert on Iran.
Ramesh Sepehrrad, the first speaker in the panel, who had focused her research on Iranian affairs, political governance, human rights, gender equality and U.S. policy, said that she once led a study of opposition groups to see where the core argument is. She found that the role of the Supreme Leader, the role of women and gender equality and democratic views were core issues when looking at opposition groups. For these specific reasons, the MEK and NCRI stand out.



Panel discusses “Where is #Iran heading? Tehran’s Domestic and Regional Policies”
A New Iran Policy

The Town Hall, June 30, 2017 - Five-plus months into the Trump administration, the outlines of a new foreign policy remain unclear. One of Donald Trump's frequent applause lines when he was a candidate was his promise to 'rip up' the Iranian nuclear agreement, which Trump and other critics claimed was one-sided because it lifted crippling economic sanctions yet allowed too much room for Iran to pursue development of nuclear weapons. In April, the Trump administration certified that Iran was narrowly living up to the agreement to halt the development of nuclear weapons, but the administration nonetheless slapped new sanctions on Iran for its ballistic missile program and state-sponsored support for terrorism. This new approach might not be so aggressive as hard-line opponents of the Iranian nuclear deal hoped for, but it does deliver a needed shot across the bow to an Iranian regime that continues to threaten regional peace and suppress its people.

international Community must support MEK/PMOI in the heart of the Iranian resistance

By INU Staff
INU - There are many around the world who are pondering what the correct diplomatic response to the Iranian Regime should be and even those at those in charge of foreign policy aren’t entirely sure, given Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson’s recent comment that the US’s Iran policy is “under development.”
Tillerson said: “It’s not yet been delivered to the president, but I would tell you that we certainly recognize Iran’s continued destabilizing presence in the region, their payment of foreign fighters, their export of militia forces in Syria, in Iraq, in Yemen, their support for Hezbollah. And we are taking action to respond to Iran’s hegemony. Additional sanctions actions have been put in place against individuals and others.”
He continued: “We continually review the merits both from the standpoint of diplomatic but also international consequences of designating the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in its entirety as a terrorist organisation. As you know, we have designated the Quds [Force]. Our policy towards Iran is to push back on this hegemony, contain their ability to develop obviously nuclear weapons, and to work toward support of those elements inside of Iran that would lead to a peaceful transition of that government. Those elements are there, certainly as we know.”
Despite Donald Trump’s consistent statements that he does not trust the Regime, that they sponsor terrorism, and that they are a destructive influence on the Middle East, his administration still can’t agree on a firm policy towards them.
Luckily, Jubin Katiraie, an expert in Iranian affairs, wrote an op-ed for Iran Focus in which he assessed that the right policy for Western lawmakers to adopt over Iran was to support the main opposition to the Regime.


Former Italian Foreign Minister: It's time for Europe to align itself with the US in standing up to Iran

Since the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany concluded their nuclear negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, several Iranian ballistic missile tests have been carried out. It is one of several facts that leaves no doubt about the persistence of defiant attitudes and threats to the international community coming out of the Iranian regime.
By Jubin Katiraie

It is sometimes now that many US officials have been talking about Iran and the actions that US must take towards Iran. In a hearing in the congress, the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, in response to a question about the US policy towards Iran said: “Well our Iranian policy is under development. It’s not yet been delivered to the president, but I would tell you that we certainly recognize Iran’s continued destabilizing presence in the region, their payment of foreign fighters, their export of militia forces in Syria, in Iraq, in Yemen, their support for Hezbollah. And we are taking action to respond to Iran’s hegemony. Additional sanctions actions have been put in place against individuals and others.”“We continually review the merits both from the standpoint of diplomatic but also international consequences of designating the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in its entirety as a terrorist organization,” he added. “As you know, we have designated the Quds [Force]. Our policy towards Iran is to push back on this hegemony, contain their ability to develop obviously nuclear weapons, and to work toward support of those elements inside of Iran that would lead to a peaceful transition of that government. Those elements are there, certainly as we know.”

Understanding The New Iran Sanctions

The Iran Opportunity Before the Arab World

A new US president has symbolized a new foreign policy, particularly when it comes to dealing with Iran. The US is resetting the table, both militarily and diplomatically.During the election campaign, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pledged to focus his second term on lifting non-nuclear sanctions. Whether he will be successful is something yet to be seen, considering it was the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei who green-lighted the nuclear talks back in 2012, before Rouhani’s term, and his blessing was needed in the entire process.Having non-nuclear sanctions lifted is conditioned on Khamenei willing to endure major setbacks, as he did in the nuclear deal. However, the international community will be raising major demands from Iran to bring an end to its support for terrorism and exporting warmongering, put a lid on its ballistic missile program and begin respecting human rights by ending executions and torture. London, 13 Jun – The US House of Representatives has passed a bill condemning the 1988 Iranian massacre of 30,000 political prisoners.

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Sioux City Journal, 15 Jun 2017-Sen. Joni Ernst hails ‘wonderfully bipartisan’ vote on Iran sanctions

Senators voted 98-2 Thursday to add financial sanctions on Russia and Iran to send a message that the United States will not tolerate their sponsorship of terrorism and meddling in other nations’ internal affairs, Sen. Joni Ernst the Iowa Republican told reporters Thursday during her weekly conference call.
The legislation called for sanctions on Iran, which Ernst said continues “to be the No. 1 state sponsor of terrorism around the globe.”

Chattanoogan،  June 14, 2017-Sen. Bob Corker Urges Senate Passage Of Legislation To Hold Iran Accountable
Senator Bob Corker made the following remarks on the Senate floor on Wednesday in support of the Countering Iran’s Destabilizing Activities Act of 2017, a bill Corker authored to hold Iran accountable. The bipartisan bill , which has 60 cosponsors and is expected to pass the Senate this week, would expand sanctions for Iranian ballistic missile development, support for terrorism, transfer of conventional weapons to or from Iran, and human rights violations.

ThinkProgress, 15 Jun 2017-Tillerson calls for regime change in Iran

Washington Examiner’ May 2, 2017- by  Amir Basiri -Why Trump should focus on Iran's human rights abuses

What is the solution for Iran?AmericanThinker-May 3, 2017-By Shahriar Kia

April 26, 2017 - Florida Congressional Reps Call for Getting Tougher With Iran

On Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., the chairwoman of the House Middle East and North Africa Subcommittee, teamed up with U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla., the ranking Democrat on the subcommittee, to bring a resolution “condemning Iran’s human rights violations, particularly its persecution of its Baha’i minority, and  Read more
Strategic Planning Towards Iran Regime and Terrorist Designation of the IRGC

article titled ‘European nations need to co-operate with US on #Iran policy’ written by Lord Maginnis of Drumglass was published on ‘eureporter’. Among other issues, the article has a clear and profound answer, to a common narrative of opponents of the new U.S. policy towards Iran regime, which is formulated in this phrase: “upsetting Iran with terror-related sanctions could lead to the failure of the nuclear agreement”.


European Lawmakers Call on the EU for a Change of Policy Towards Iran

On the occasion of the 38th anniversary of the 1979 Iranian revolution, Friends of a Free Iran (FOFI) group at the European Parliament held a conference in Strasbourg on Wednesday 15 February 2017, chaired by MEP Gérard Deprez. The meeting was well attended by many members of the European Parliament.

Europe's Deadly Inaction and Misguided Policy on Iran
By Farzin Hashemi

On Tuesday, 14 February 2017, the US representative office of the National Council of Resistance revealed in a press conference in Washington D.C. new information about the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) hosting terrorist training camps for foreign fighters. The information was obtained by the network of the Peoples Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

MEK Responds to Deceptive Associated Press Story

London, 8 Feb - The Iranian Resistance group, MEK has released a rebuttal to the misleading article by the Associated Press (AP) which use old allegations and misleading information to paint the MEK as terrorists.
The AP published their story, “Trump Cabinet pick paid by ‘cult-like’ Iranian exile group”, on February 5.
The Iranian opposition responded almost immediately asking for factual corrections to the story but as of February 7, the AP had not corrected of removed their article.
As such, the MEK (short for Mojahedin-e-Khalq/People's Mujahedin of Iran) responded by publishing their rebuttal, which includes facts and insight that were lacking from the original piece.
Shahin Gobadi, press spokesman of The People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), referred to the allegations made in the AP story as “old and long-debunked”, accusing the AP of trying to smear the Iranian Opposition forces and their global network of bipartisan supporters.

Letter to AP by Senator Torricelli, on Distorted Story About MEK

In response to a bias and distorted story ran by Associated Press about Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on February 5, 2017, Senator Robert Torricelli wrote the following brief response to the AP.

After the Organization of Iranian-American Communities-US (OIACUS) held a Congressional briefing in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, January 24.
 And over the past week, once again policy on Iran was widely discussed in the media. Simultaneously, in recent weeks there has been more growing call for a new approach toward Iranian opposition, the MEK. The announcement by the US National Security Advisor that “Iran is officially on notice” drew much attention. This position was followed by more Tweets from President Trump and a new round of sanctions, raising the prospect of a change of policy in the US approach towards Iran.

 COL. WES MARTIN


Following is two  good article by COL. WES MARTIN
Iran Mastered Fake News Long Ago - I’ve Seen First Hand How They Influenced Washington
Americans must be wary of Iranian influence over US media

Following is a good article by Farzin Hashemi-Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the NCRI:

No more free passes for Iran

Policy on Iran and Desperate Attempts to Discredit the MEK 

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