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On Monday, the Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, expressed concerns over the regime “becoming polarized” and “people divided by rifts.” He said that this outcome was dangerous, and must not be repeated. “Our national interest must match our national identity, not for our national identity being dependent on issues described as national interests… our national interests must not be imposed by foreigners,” he said.

Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), spoke before the Senate on Wednesday, in a bill he authored, the Countering Iran’s Destabilizing Activities Act of 2017. The legislation, has 60 bipartisan cosponsors, and is expected to pass the Senate this week. It will expand sanctions against Iranian for ballistic missile development, support for terrorism, transfer of conventional weapons to or from Iran, and human rights violations.

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian regime is using the recent attacks in the country as an opportunity to further its own agenda.

It has been dealing with blow after blow for months now and the regime is in a critical state. The people of Iran are dissenting more loudly than ever and the foundations of the regime are crumbling as internal disruption continues.

By INU Staff

INU - Very recently, the attack on the Iranian parliament building resulted in the death of 17 people and the injury of many more. Such an attack would normally warrant sympathy for those who were injured and the families of the dead. The attack would normally be condemned. However, this is not the case with the Iran lobby who used it as an opportunity to speak out against Saudi Arabia and the United States.

The Iranian Regime is actively working against an independent nation for the Kurds because it will harm their dream of a Shia Crescent from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea.

 By INU Staff 

INU - A the Daily Mail reports, the administration of US President Donald Trump moved on Wednesday to extend the waivers of certain sanctions against Iran, in line with the nuclear agreement that was negotiated under the previous administration. The extension comes at the end of the six-month period that had been initiated under by the Obama White House, and it casts some doubt upon the new administration’s commitment to undermining or strengthening an agreement that Trump himself had previously called “the worst deal ever made.”


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