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Iran’s Automobile Industry; Another Victim of the Ayatollahs

Iran's car industry

Auto manufacturing is Iran’s second-biggest industry after the extraction and refinement of petroleum. Iran’s automobile industry, in fact, constitutes around 10% of the country’s gross domestic product. Meanwhile, there are approximately 800,000 workers working in this industry, around 4% of Iran’s workforce.

MEK: Iran Will Not Obey FATF

Iran-FATF

The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK) published an article on its website stating that the  Iranian Regime cannot be trusted to fully pass the bill related money laundering and combating terrorism financing, which the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is currently urging Iran to do.

New Takedowns Demonstrate the Persistence of Iran’s Online Disinformation

Facebook

Facebook has been engaged in an ongoing battle with online disinformation ever since it was revealed that the social media platform had been used by foreign entities to undermine the integrity of the American electoral process during the 2016 presidential campaigns. Since first making a commitment to combat false and misleading accounts, Facebook has conducted a series of sweeps resulting in thousands of accounts and pages being shut down. The same is true of other social media giants including Twitter and the Facebook-owned photo-sharing platform Instagram.

No Greater Security Risk to World Than Iran Regime

Iran regime global risk

The Iranian regime is in a desperate situation. It cannot find a solution to overcome the major international and domestic pressure that it is under and it is facing an impasse. Regime officials have also started to admit that there are no visible solutions to the challenges that the country faces.

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