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Upcoming Iranian elections spark fear of national unrest

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has voiced his concerns that next year’s parliamentary elections could pose a threat to the country’s security and has called for national unity. Speaking to worshippers at prayers marking the end of the Muslim … Continue reading

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Iranians boycott electricity bills

Fed up with the soaring cost of living, the Iranian people are hitting back with a silent, and so far highly under-reported protest by refusing to pay their utility bills. As temperatures soar, the Iranian government is so far keeping the … Continue reading

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Could Ahmadinejad be on the way out?

As far fetched as it might sound, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s position as the Iranian president might be in jeopardy due to a growing and severe rift within the Iranian leadership. A major power struggle is taking place between Ahmadinejad and Iran’s … Continue reading

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Talking to Tehran

Former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has stated his support of talks with the United States. Tehran and Washington have not had diplomatic relations since 1979. Rafsanjani, who is a bitter opponent of current president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said that Ahmadinejad had … Continue reading

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Ahmadinejad's inner circle takes another hit

The tensions between Iran’s president and parliament have intensified as impeachmentproceedings have been launched against the Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi. Iran’s Parliament is seeking to impeach Salehi for appointing a controversial deputy. The deputy, Malekzadeh was a top official … Continue reading

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Working Together to Oppress

Hillary Clinton accused the government of Iran of aiding the Syrian regime in their violent crackdown on pro-democracy protesters. Iran’s leaders have strongly denied any involvement and have accused Israel and America of supporting “terrorist” activities. Well if Assad was … Continue reading

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A Recipe for Peace?

The Iranian Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, said Tuesday that he hopes for ?an imminent rapprochement? between what he called the ?two pillars of the Muslim world,? Iran and Egypt. In an international conference on the ?Islamic awakening? in Tehran, … Continue reading

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Iranian officials and 9/11

According to two defectors from Iran?s intelligence services, Iranian officials had ?foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks.? The defectors testified in a federal lawsuit in NY which seeks damages for 9/11 families from the Iranian government for its ?direct support for, … Continue reading

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The Iran – Al Qaeda Bond

A recently-released Congressional report alleges that Iran?s Al-Quds force, in addition to causing problems for the U.S. in Iraq, offers support to Al Qaeda. The report, which highlights the increasing strength of Iran-Al Qaeda ties, states that these ties were … Continue reading

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Iranium – The Film Tehran REALLY Doesn't Want You to See

The Iranian government has?condemned Iranium as an attempt to thwart the regime’s “peaceful” nuclear activities. Watch the full film NOW, free of charge below. From Press TV: Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast condemns a documentary against Tehran’s nuclear program, … Continue reading

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