Iran Regime's Hypocritical Rhetoric

by Jazeh Miller

Before the 1979 revolution in Iran, Khomeini wanted to form a Shiite utopia under the hypocritical pretext of a state that would be led by believers of Muhammed al-Mahdi’s Twelver Shiite Muslim tradition. Twelver Shiites believe that al-Mahdi, or the Hidden Imam, is their messiah and they await his return to earth (which will come at the height of great suffering).

Protesting the Concert Ban in the Holy City of Mashhad, Iranian Family Goes on 60-Day March

By INU Staff

INU - In certain parts of the country concerts are banned, and families are deprived of enjoying live music. The ban affects not only foreign-style music, but even traditional concerts were canceled in Khorasan Razavi province. An Iranian family from the holy city of Mashhad is protesting the cancellation of concerts there. They’ve taken their protest on the road.

Protesting Nurses Echo Larger Issues for Women in Iran

By INU Staff

INU - Reportedly, in the latest figures to be compiled regarding the number of protests currently taking place in Iran, there are an average of 20 protests staged each day. One sector of the economic and social fabric of Iran staging protests is the nursing sector. The situation of the nursing community in Iran is getting the attention of the international community.

Former President of Iran Criticises Supreme Leader

by Jazeh Miller

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran from 2005 to 2013, has launched a surprising verbal attack on the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Ahmadinejad criticised him, saying that he is very similar to the former Shah of Iran that was overthrown during the 1979 revolution.

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