- 20 Nov
The Iranian regime’s state-run media and officials have begun to acknowledge the increased public hatred towards the mullahs, albeit using terms such as “mistrust”, which is a damning and alarming revelation for those at the top of the regime.
United States senators Ted Cruz and John Boozman both showed solidarity last week with the Iranian people's struggle to achieve freedom and democracy.
A Thread from a Twitter account claimed to be that of the French Presidency’s Secretary-General, Alexis Kohler, was reproduced on hundreds of websites belonging to Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security, MOIS. Mr. Kohler had apparently tweeted that France had decided to limit the presence of Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) members in France in a bid to pressure Tehran to stop its measures to back off from the JCPOA. Iran has been taking gradual steps towards quitting the nuclear deal made in 2015 with the 5+1 to curb its nuclear program in return for concessions by the West.
In a matter of hours, Elysees Palace denied the tweet and emphasized that Mr. Kohler had never had a twitter account.
On Wednesday, 30 October 2019, a gathering was held in the US House of Representatives with the presence of both Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
The Iranian Regime is terrified about the growing popularity of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK Iran), especially on the internet and among young people, so they’ve begun a new campaign to take the threat of the MEK more seriously.