Acid attack on women in Isfahan

October 19, 2014
Acid attack on women in Isfahan

Acid attack onto face of several women in Isfahan by regime's agents caused fear among residents. These attacks are the result of intensifying campaign by regime to force young women to use the so called proper Hijab.

Footprint of Appeasement Policy in German Government

June 3, 2014
Footprint of Appeasement Policy in German Government

   *- Dr. Kazem Moussavi Markus Potzel, the head of the Middle East Division in German Foreign Office is one of the most passionate advocates of the appeasement policy toward Iran. His last attempt in this direction failed due to strong protests by Iranian community in Germany. This Office had planned to sponsor an event on June 4, 2014…

A political prisoner in Iran faces imminent execution

June 1, 2014
A political prisoner in Iran faces imminent execution

Iranian regime is about to execute Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani, an Iranian dissident and a political prisoner for “Enmity Against God.” The justification for such an enmity has been reportedly claimed for a donation that Mr. Khosravi had given to a TV station during a fundraising. Iranian authorities have informed Mr. Khosravi’s family that the execution…

Mullahs’ Friends in Germany Try to Loosen Sanctions

May 16, 2014
Mullahs’ Friends in Germany Try to Loosen Sanctions

Nader Maleki, a pro-Iranian regime banker (Maleki Group – Financial Communications & Consulting) in Frankfurt, Germany has organized an event called Business Forum IRAN. The event scheduled for May 23, is part of a greater campaign to loosen and end international sanctions that have crippled Iranian regime’s economy. Nader Maleki, the head of Maleki Group…

Aboutalebi and the fate of American hostages in Iran

April 20, 2014
Aboutalebi and the fate of American hostages in Iran

Although resolving Iran’s nuclear threat is the US and world’s primary concern, but these negotiations with Iran must not eclipse other US interests.

When appeasement policy dictates flexibility

December 22, 2013
When appeasement policy dictates flexibility

Italy’s Foreign Minister visits Tehran to appease Mullahs for possible trade expansion amid uncertainty in nuclear deal. She wrestles with scarf to keep the Hejaab, Islamic rule for covering women, in an appropriate way. Europeans can’t wait to see the result of Geneva negotiation. Shortly after the female European MEPs, the Italian Foreign Secretary, Emma Bonino, is…

Stop fabricating and publicizing these pro-regime opinion polls

November 7, 2013
Stop fabricating and publicizing these pro-regime opinion polls

Once again, on the eve of negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, a new Gallup’s poll has been published in the US that claims the majority of Iranians support the regime’s nuclear program and prefer sanctions and hardship rather that suspending the program.

Khamenei’s calculated plan

November 6, 2013
Khamenei’s calculated plan

Kayvan Kabolli, Nov 3, 2013 Khamenei’s new speech at the gathering of Iranian students in Tehran on Sunday raises more questions about his real intentions on nuclear negotiation with p5+1. On the surface, he is supporting the negotiation team led by Zarif and tries to curb the hard-liners’ campaign against governments

Anti-US campaign intensifies in Iran

October 31, 2013
Anti-US campaign intensifies in Iran

Oct 31st, 2013 Kayvan Kaboli To commemorate the anniversary of the attack on the US Embassy in Iran, by students claiming to be followers of Ayatollah Khomeini, that lead to holding the American diplomats hostage for 444 days, a statement was issued in Iran by a newly born organization called “the committee for the safeguard of Iranian…

Head of judiciary defends paper ban

October 31, 2013
Head of judiciary defends paper ban

  Kayvan Kaboli, Oct 30, 2013 The head of the judiciary, Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani has publicly defended Bahar newspaper ban. Bahar was accused of publishing an article insulting Muslim religious beliefs last week, according to hardliners. Bahar was close to reformists and Hassan Rouhani, the new regime’s elected president. Larijani rejected critiques of censorship and blasted those who…