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INU - At the end of last year, the people of Iran took to the streets to call for regime change. Fed up of watching the leadership of the country plunder the nation’s wealth, they protested against the corruption that affects all levels of the country’s leadership. It became very clear that the people were more than just unhappy with the situation – they are furious. There were calls for regime change and the people, in over a hundred cities and towns across the country, were chanting “Down with Rouhani” and “Down with the Supreme Leader”.

By INU Staff

INU - Despite the recent military strike against the Syrian dictator by Western allies, the Tehran-Mediterranean corridor is still open to Iran. The Arab states and Israel have each failed to challenge Tehran’s control over the corridor while Iran’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) targets both Riyadh and Tel Aviv.

By INU Staff

INU - Struan Stevenson, former member of the European Parliament representing Scotland from 1999 to 2014 and chairman of Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup from 2004 to 2014, gave a speech in London’s Hammersmith Town Hall on the occasion of Nowruz - the Iranian New Year.

By INU Staff

INU - France is taking steps to increase its profile on the international front. President Emmanuel Macron is keen to get involved in the efforts to resolve the issues in the Middle East. Germany, on the other hand, is doing the opposite and is trying to stay out of international issues, evident in its refusal to participate in the US-led strikes on Syrian regime targets following the chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians.

By INU Staff

INU -Forty years ago in Iran, the uprising against the Shah was growing by the day. The people of Iran wanted a change in governance that would be fairer and more democratic. They wanted an end to the use of secret police forces who used violence against the Iranian people. So they chanted “Down with the Shah”.

By INU Staff

INU - Nobel Prize-winning Iranian lawyer and human rights activist Shirin Ebadi openly called for regime change in Iran, which would include the removal of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and the introduction of a democratic Iranian constitution, and criticised the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) for helping to keep the mullahs in power, in an interview with Bloomberg earlier this month.

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