By Hamid Yazdan Panah
On January 28th, the President of the Iranian regime, Hassan Rouhani traveled to the EU to pursue a supposed new era of relations with the West. Rouhani has been dubbed a moderate by the West, and has been accommodated in every way possible by those who seek to profit from a new relationship with the regime. Despite this climate of appeasement, protesters were out in full force to confront Rouhani and condemn those who sought to make deals with a brutal dictatorship. Rouhani’s trip was noteworthy, not because of his diplomatic accomplishments, but as an indication of the true nature of this regime.