While the Iranian government has been surrounded by enormous crises and dilemmas inside the country and abroad, officials inevitably make damning confessions. In recent days, officials from both factions of the establishment have admitted to massive distrust toward the ruing system among citizens. Their remarks, however, reveal the officials’ illegitimacy and instability.
State terrorism and using traitors or those expelled from the Resistance’s ranks are methods of the Iranian regime to pursue its terrorism and silence the voice of any opposition abroad.
The secret of Iran’s intelligence “success” is its use of criminal organizations to kidnap exiled political activists and journalists around the world and transfer them to Iran for execution.
Following the signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015, the Iranian regime launched a new wave of terrorist actions against Iranian dissidents.
The trial of Iranian diplomat Assadollah Assadi and his three co-conspirators for the attempted bombing of the 2018 Free Iran rally in Paris began on Friday. Many people believe this trial should shine a light on terrorism as a whole, especially the role played by Iran’s embassies and diplomats.
On the morning of June 30, 2018, my family and I took an early flight to Charles de Gaulle Airport to attend the annual Free Iran Grand Gathering in Villepinte, Paris.
Friday marked the beginning of hearings in the case against an Iranian diplomat-terrorist and three co-conspirators who were attempting to set off explosives at a gathering of the Iranian Resistance in June 2018. The trial promises to shine a light on the entire phenomenon of the Iranian regime’s terrorism, and particularly on the issue of the regime using its embassies and diplomat personnel as tools for either carrying out that terrorism directly or providing support to the militant proxies that have proliferated in recent years.
Iran’s state-run media and the ruling theocracy officials have warned about the deteriorating economic situation and people’s possible reaction.
On the eve of the major Iran protests, state-run media acknowledge all the regime’s brutal strategy to control the restive society by using covid-19.
In November 2019, Iran was rocked by a popular uprising that spanned at least 191 cities and reiterated previous, powerful demands for regime change. On the anniversary of that uprising, the Iranian Resistance held a virtual conference for the purpose of highlighting its impact, commemorating those who died in the unrest, and discussing the ways in which the international community might best respond to the still-unfolding situation.
On the night of Friday, November 15, 2019, a massive uprising broke out in various Iranian cities after regime authorities announced plans to triple the price of gasoline. The protests lasted for about a week and spread to over 190 cities in all 31 provinces of Iran