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Rajavi Commends Striking Merchants in Iran

By INU Staff

INU - President of the Iranian Resistance Maryam Rajavi has commended the brave shopkeepers and merchants across Iran that have gone on strike to protest the cruel and corrupt regime.

She said that their strike, which comes on the heels of the truckers strike, demonstrates the public demand for regime change, noting that none of the Iranian people’s problems will be solved so long as the mullahs remain in power.

Iranian regime losing its grip on power

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian regime has been dealing with continuous setbacks in the past few months. With each setback, it loses grasp of one more bit of power.


By INU Staff

INU - US President Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and the renewed economic sanctions that follow, will help the US and the international community as a whole.

This Islamic Republic of Iran is mired in crises, and pressuring it while it is vulnerable is a viable strategy.

Hardline Authorities and Pro-Democracy Activists both Reject Iran’s “Reformists”

By Mahmoud Hakamian

On Thursday, Al Monitor published an article that put forward the claim that the so-called reformist movement in mainstream Iranian politics is “on its deathbed” in the midst of increased pressure from the US following President Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal. Although the article did not attribute the collapse of the Iranian political faction to such outside factors, it did suggest that the recent and forthcoming re-impositions of US sanctions were exacerbating national crisis for which the Reform movement has failed to provide meaningful solutions.

Western Countries Should Support Iranian Protesters and Not Make Deal with Regime

By INU Staff

INU - The Iranian people have nothing to lose, so nothing can stop them protesting the Regime that has robbed them of their money, their families, and their freedom.

The Iranian people have been taking to the streets in a mass protest since December and despite the mullahs’ crackdown, which left at least 50 dead and 8,000 arrested and facing the death penalty in the first few weeks, the protesters are still coming out en masse to call for regime change.

Iran Regime Attempts to Calm Public Protests

By Jazeh Miller

Iranian cities, such as Tehran, Qom, and Gohardasht, continue to see protests, that begin over the country’s economic free fall, but quickly turn against the Iranian regime. “Death to dictator” and “Death to Khamenei” are heard at almost every protest.

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