Every time the principal Iranian resistance movement, the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), makes headway in the campaign to unseat the murderous theocracy ruling Iran, AEI’s self-proclaimed “scholar” Michael Rubin parrots the same scurrilous allegations, cheaply copied from Iranian intelligence service (MOIS), and already debunked in 2006 and 2011.
As Lebanon gravitates more toward a quagmire after the failure of Saad Al Harriri to form a government, the chances for its recovery are slim. Iran stands to benefit the most from this paralysis. Hezbollah is exploiting the current government stalemate to throw Lebanon into further turmoil. There is an Iranian occupation of Lebanon now. This must end.
The crisis regarding the 2015 nuclear agreement is increasing day by day due to Tehran practicing new violations, and Paris has warned that Tehran is putting the chance of reaching an agreement at risk.
A senior Sunni cleric in Iran has criticized the government’s management of the country and implicitly defending protests in oil-rich Khuzestan province, has said the reason is not just lack of water.
Tuesday night protesters took to the street in Baharestan township near Esfahan where they ripped and burned a banner of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in the town square. In Kordkuy in Golestan province, and Eyvan-e Gharb in Ilam province they blocked roads into the towns. All were responding to power cuts.
Weekslong Iranian protests over water scarcity present an early test for incoming president Ebrahim Raisi, who takes office next week amid mounting challenges including a grinding economic crisis and stalled nuclear negotiations with the West.
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France’s foreign ministry said on Monday that Iran was endangering the chance of concluding an accord with world powers over reviving its 2015 nuclear deal if it did not return to the negotiating table soon.
In an Editorial Board opinion article, the Wall Street Journal has said that Iran’s demand to make a future withdrawal of the United States from a revived nuclear deal contingent on UN approval is unconstitutional.
Protests have been raging on since July 15 on a daily basis in Iran’s Khuzestan Province.
With tacit Iranian orders, the Houthi militia has begun to implement the practices of what it calls the security apparatus, which Iran calls the “Guidance Patrol,” which interferes with the privacy and behavior of citizens, including the dress code.