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Iran: “Revolution of the Hungry” on the Horizon

By INU Staff

INU - Over the past few days, the rial, Iran’s national currency, has fallen by almost 20 per cent. The economy is crashing and it is an effect of the United States’ withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it is known. In May, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that after months of speculation the United States would not remain in the deal that is ineffective and basically a guarantee of a future race for arms in the region. He said that the economic sanctions that were lifted as a result of the deal would be reapplied and that further actions would be taken.

The Regime planned to bomb the Free Iran rally, attended by over 100,000 people,

By INU Staff

INU - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the Iranian mullahs “wolves in sheep’s clothing” during an address to the Iranian-American community in Regan’s Library on July 22.

The security forces arrested five people, including two members of the Writers Association,

By INU Staff

INU The Iranian Regime has banned the Iranian people from commemorating the life of the late poet and human rights advocate Ahmad Shamlou, which shows just how desperate the mullahs have become to quell the ongoing protest movement.

This is why the people of Iran instigated a major uprising at the end of last year

by Poorang Novak

The Iranian regime has been given chance after chance to reform but it has failed to do so on each occasion. Different world leaders have used different strategies – taking a harsh approach, rapprochement, appeasement policies, and so on – but none have been effective.

Regime stop repressing dissidents and funding terrorist groups.

by Jazeh Miller

Both Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued blunt warnings this weekend to the Iranian Regime against any further illicit actions against the US.

Wednesday’s article reported that a Tehran court has been conducting an investigation into alleged corruption by Abolfazl Mir-Ali.

By INU Staff

INU - The Shargh Daily, an Iranian reformist newspaper, revealed in an article posted on Wednesday, that the head of a once massive credit institution who has been on trial for embezzlement in Tehran, has once again highlighted the problem of corruption for many Iranians.

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