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Iran Focus

London, 31 May - Earlier this month, the Iranian Regime held its sham elections and Hassan Rouhani was announced as the winner. However, the real winner was the Iranian Regime, who as always were able to manipulate their elections to suit their own agenda.

Iranian dissident and political analyst, Shahriar KIA, wrote an op-ed for the Daily Caller in which he dismissed the Regime’s claim that Rouhani’s election was the will of the people and foretold that this was the spark that would burn down the mullah’s regime.

Iran Focus

London, 31 May - Following Donald Trump’s visit to the middle east earlier this month and his speech to the Arab American Summit in Saudi Arabia, in which he labelled Iran as the most destructive country in the region, there has been a great deal of debate about how long the international community will continue to tolerate the Iranian Regime.

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London, 27 May - When Iranian President Hassan Rouhani was re-elected for his second term, Western media was quick to portray him as a moderate. Again. This is how he was described during his first term.

However, the reality is much different. He was not a moderate during his first term because he was in office when there was an unprecedented amount of executions being carried out. And Iran’s involvement in conflicts in the Middle East was what earned the country the title of the main exporter of terrorism in the world.

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London, 30 May - On Monday, May 29, looted depositors of Caspian, Development and Ideals financial institutions gathered and held a protest in front of the central bank in Tehran, and clashed with police. The protesters at this massive rally blocked Mir-Damad Street in Tehran. Angry protesters also smashed the North gate glass doors of Iran’s central bank, and they aimed to enter the bank.

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London, 26 May - The President of an NGO representing freedom for those in the middle east has criticised the Iranian Regime for their sham elections, noted that the cracks in their ‘democracy’ are showing and indicated that the fall of the Regime could not be far off.

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London, 30 May - In a recent hearing to discuss Iran’s destabilising influence on the Middle East, the US Foreign Affairs Committee were told that the US must be assertive towards Iran.

The witnesses explained that Iranian policy had sowed the seeds of discord throughout the Middle East for the past 40 years, which has led to the global terror threat we all now face.

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London, 26 May - There has been plenty of interaction between the ruling parties in Iran which indicate that the tides may be about to turn on the Iranian Regime.

According to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), there are three main components that imply that the end is near for the Regime: fights between the rival factions in the Regime, confrontation from the Iranian people, and international pressure.

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London, 30 May - Memorial Day weekend is always punctuated with celebrations and ceremonies designed to honour those who gave their lives in defence of the American values of freedom and democracy. However, wouldn’t it also be good to remember and commemorate all those who fought for these most sacred of ideals? No matter if the person wore a uniform or not.

Iran Focus

London, 25 May - While Donald Trump has been on his inaugural tour of the Middle East, he has been very clear on his attitudes towards the Iranian Regime; attitudes that have been applauded and welcomed by the heads of state that he has met there.

It’s no surprise that Trump was critical of the Iranian Regime at the Arab Summit in Saudi Arabia, to which Iran was not invited.

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London, 25 May - Over the past couple of weeks, the Iranian Regime have suffered several humiliations from their failure to secure the President they chose in the recent ‘elections’, to the speeches made at the Arab Summits in Saudi Arabia, to a near defeat by the Syrian rebels, but could this be the end of the Regime and its dictator?

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London, 30 May - In yet another example of the deep divides within the Iranian Regime, the Iranian Judiciary Chief has criticised President Hassan Rouhani for his campaign pledges to free political activists.

On the campaign trail, Rouhani promised that during his second term in office he would free opposition leaders, Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, who were put under house arrest in 2011, following the 2009 Green Movement protests that sprung up in response to the Regime’s election fraud.

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London, 24 May - Following last Friday’s sham elections in Iran, incumbent Hassan Rouhani emerged the winner and once again the Iranian people lost.

The Regime has claimed that almost 40 million turned out to vote, an impressive, if ridiculous, lie considering how low voter turnout is in actual décor and that Rouhani won by a margin of 8 million votes.

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London, 24 May - On Friday, the Iranian Regime announced that Hassan Rouhani had won a second term in the elections but, according to a political analyst, these elections do not represent the will of the people, rather the failures of Iran’s supreme leader to achieve the result he wanted.

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London, 29 May - Christopher Booker wrote an op-ed for The Telegraph, entitled: “If you think a 'moderate' has won in Iran, think again”, in which he made clear that the Iranian Regime is, and will always be, comprised of the hardest of hardliners, no matter who is President, because they are under the control of their Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei.

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London, 23 May - The leader of the Iranian Resistance has publically welcomed the positions adopted by the Arab Islamic American Summit regarding the conduct of the Iranian Regime.

Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) noted that the Iranian Regime has done nothing but undermine peace in the Middle East and further afield, since its formation in 1979.

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London, 29 May - The Italian Parliament held a press conference, last week, in which they agreed that they need to find a decisive policy to counter the Iranian Regime.

The conference, which was chaired by the former Italian Foreign Minister, Giulio Terzi, and attended by both Italian senators and MPs, reviewed the consequences of the sham elections in Iran and the Regime’s link to terrorism.

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London, 23 May - Last Friday, the Iranian Regime held its ‘elections’ and Hassan Rouhani emerged the victor but despite the claims of the ruling mullahs, this is not a victory for either the Iranian people or democracy.

Shahriar Kia, an Iranian dissident and political analyst, wrote an op-ed for the Daily Caller where he revealed that the so-called elections do not represent the views of the Iranian people but the decision of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

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