This article is the first part of the Iranian supreme leader “Ali Khamenei’s Economic Empire,” a series of posts that explore the real scope of national resources seized by Khamenei-affiliated company when the country is in severe need to counter natural and manmade crises like the novel coronavirus.
A group of former Iranian political prisoners and human rights activists sent a letter on Wednesday to the president of the prestigious Oberlin College in Ohio, demanding that the college’s management terminate religion professor Mohammad Jafar Mahallati after accusations came out saying he allegedly played a role in crimes against humanity.
The U.S. Justice Department seized 92 websites it said were used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to spread disinformation.
A group known as the Iranian regime’s most effective lobby in the United States has quietly gained a foothold at Stanford University, and one of its senior officials has just gained a seat on the prestigious academic institution’s governing board.
Since 1979, Iran has set up many terrorist cells in foreign nations and trained and armed militants abroad in order to pursue its hegemonic ambitions, export its revolutionary ideals, carry out assassinations, and undermine other countries’ national interests and scuttle their foreign policy objectives.
Like any other regime, the Iranian regime is trying to show a fake hold on power, which is not mainly to scare the outside world, but is more used to scare and create suffocation inside the country for the people.
Iranian religious scholar Mohammad-Bagher Heydari Kashani said last week that Iranian children should aspire to be martyrs, and that each and every one of Iran’s offspring can become like former Quds Force commander Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
On Sunday Aug 30, 2020, Scotia bank employee, Mr. HamidReza Afkari, got involved into a harsh conversation with some concern citizens in Toronto streets. He publicly and openly threatened canadain citizens on Canada soil about being arrested and tortured and killed by a well-known terrorist organization named IRGC
Are we repeating a mid-20th century moment? We may indeed be in a state of war, though one that is undeclared and lasting considerably longer than World War II. Like any such sprawling conflict, it has left nations damaged and forced millions of people to face violent death or life as a refugee
Systematic repression of dissent is a known feature of the Iranian regime It goes hand-in-hand with that regime being recognized as the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. The history of Iran-backed terror acts is full of examples in which the targets were supporters or affiliates of domestic opposition groups
Reactions from Iran have ranged from defiant to gleeful as Britain, France and Germany, the three European partners to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, refused to support the United States move to reactivate all previous United Nations sanctions against Iran.