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Iran Regime’s In-Fighting Continues, as Supreme Leader Blames President Rouhani

By INU Staff

INU - More and more accusations are becoming public as the Iranian regime continues its infighting, while it struggles to maintain a façade of unity.

Although he gave his blessing to it at the beginning of President Hassan Rouhani’s new administration, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei recently supported the decision against negotiating the nuclear agreement with the U.S. and other world countries.

Khamenei Breaks Silence over Iran Uprising

By Poorang Novak

Supreme leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, broke his silence on the ongoing Iranian uprising on Monday, but rather than acknowledge that the decisions of his politicians caused the current crisis, he attempted to shift the blame to Iran’s “enemies” and called the people saying that Iran was at a deadlock “traitors”.

Khamenei’s Comments on Iran Protest Show Great Weakness

By INU Staff

INU - Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has finally spoken out about growing protests in his country, which grew considerably after the US withdrew from the nuclear deal in May sparked a drastic economic collapse, but his comments reveal that there is no way out for the mullahs.

New Rows Show Weaknesses in Iran Regime

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian Regime is once again beset by internal feuds as President Hassan Rouhani and the leaders of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) are engaged in a war of words.

In recent weeks, Rouhani’s foreign policy stance has moved closer to that of the IRGC (i.e. threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz to cut off global oil trade) and this has earned him praise from high-ranking commanders.

 by Jazeh Miller

In three separate and very different cases the Larijani brothers face accusations of illegal activity and corruption. These cases were often highlighted in public and in the media, in a move believed to be led in part by former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The brothers have political leverage, but the attacks have affected the family’s public image.

By INU Staff

INU - Issuing an ultimatum, former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has demanded that the head of the Islamic Republic’s judiciary, Sadeq Amoli Larijani publish documents related to his conviction within 48 hours. “Otherwise, I would publicly present my findings on the judiciary’s head and his performance during past eight years,” he warned.


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