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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.

The drought currently affects over 95% of Iran according to the Iranian Meteorological Agency,

by Poorang Novak

Farmers in central Iran are increasingly turning to protests in order to push the authorities into finding a solution to the severe drought that is plaguing the county and causing once fertile fields to turn to dust.

Pompeo recently tweeted, “5,000 Iranian’s arrested…30 women jailed for protesting the hijab.

by Jazeh Miller

U.S. President Trump, as well as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, have used social media to condemn Iran. They have used Twitter to condemn the regime’s nuclear weapons program, its support of global terror groups, the armed destabilization of the Middle East, and Iran’s human rights abuses.

Last December and January saw the outbreak of popular protests which began spontaneously

by Poorang Novak

Recent events seem to point to change in Iran. We may be viewing the final act for the Iranian regime, rocked, as it is, with mass protests that continue to sweep across the country.

Their uprising, which began over a draft budget that slashed subsidies for the poor in order to increase military

By INU Staff

INU -The suppressive Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) are used to disbanding small, localised protests from the Iranian people, usually with the help of batons or bullets, but these latest protests are different.

These days, Qadiani leads the Islamic leftist political organization IRMO

By INU Staff

INU  “(Iran’s Supreme Leader) Khamenei should step down as a final solution to the Islamic republic’s problems,” said former supporter, and now opposition figure, Abolfazl Qadiani. On July 7th, Qadiani, previously a reformist who lives in Iran, called the Islamic Republic “a religious dictatorship.”


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