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Iran violating U.S. deal with secret nukes research, opposition group says

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By Rowan Scarborough The Washington Times – Friday, April 21, 2017 Iran is cheating on its historical deal with the U.S. by secretly conducting research into nuclear weapons components such as bomb triggers and enriched uranium, the main Iranian opposition group said Friday. The regime is doing engineering and weaponization testing at a walled military complex south […]

Senator John McCain Meets Iranian Opposition Leader Maryam Rajavi, MEK Members in Albania

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  • 11 Days ago
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April 15, 2017 Iran Focus – Senator John McCain, Chair of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, met with the Iranian opposition leader Maryam Rajavi in Tirana, Albania, on Friday, April 14, 2017. Senator McCain and Rajavi discussed latest developments in Iran, the Iranian regime’s interference in the Middle East region, as well as the […]

Iran Regime Selects Death Commission Member to Run for President

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April 10, 2017 The Iranian Regime has selected a key member of the 1988 Death Commissions, which sent 30,000 political opponents to their deaths, to run as a candidate in their sham Presidential elections. Ebrahim Raisi is currently the head of the massive Astan Quds Razavi entity which controls a sacred Shiite Muslim shrine, but […]

OIAC applauds Amb. Haley’s initiative to include human rights in the Security Council agenda

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  • 24 Days ago
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WASHINGTON, April 3, 2017-The United States has underscored the need for a refreshing approach to help change the ambivalent culture permeating the United Nations regarding the violations of human rights around the world. Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) welcomes this development and applauds Ambassador Nikki Haley’s efforts to place human rights at the center […]

OC Register: Growing Support for the Iranian Resistance Nasser Sharif

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  • 2 Months ago
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I have lived in the United States for most of my life, but I have never ceased to feel connected to my homeland. Like many of my countrymen and fellow exiles, I recognize that the tyrannical theocracy ruling Iran today usurped a democratic revolution in 1979. Millions of us fled the country in the aftermath […]

Time to turn up the heat on Iran

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By testing their ballistic missiles in a provocative act last month, Iran’s ayatollahs also tested the resolve of the new U.S. president. National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s promise of swift action should violations continue has turned the Obama administration’s era of appeasement on its head, at least in spirit. Given Tehran’s military saber-rattling, including a […]

Iran’s lobbyists and spies in our midst?

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The recent Executive Order affecting immigration by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries has prompted fierce discussion from all quarters, including arguments on who does or does not actually endanger the national security of the United States. As we wait to see how that debate plays out in the weeks and months ahead, there is a […]

Former US Officials Urge Trump to Work with Iran Opposition

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  • 3 Months ago
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By: Dr. Majid Rafizadeh In an unprecedented move, a 23 member bi-partisan group of senior former US officials signed a critical letter and delivered it to President Donald Trump. The letter suggested new policy options regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran and the need for the US to open up a meaningful channel of communication […]

Rafsanjani and Me

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A victim of state-sponsored terrorism has a different take on the death of the Iranian leader. The minute I heard about the death of Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the number two man in the theocracy ruling Iran for decades, I had a flashback to Istanbul, Turkey, on March 14, 1990. No, Rafsanjani was not in […]

An opponent of political violence was once set to lead Iran. One last quarrel changed it all.

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  • 9 Months ago
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The Washington Post, By Brian Murphy August 12 In 1988, nearly a decade after Iran’s Islamic revolution, the country’s leader-in-waiting faced a decision. He could stay silent as Iran stepped up a campaign of mass executions, torture and gulag-style imprisonment against perceived internal opponents. Or he could follow his conscience and speak out. Ayatollah Hossein Ali […]
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