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A Loan That Was Lost in the Sewage of the Iran Regime’s Corruption

The sad story of Iran’s Khuzestan province has not ended. Drinking water, electricity, and health care are becoming people’s dreams, so speaking about inflation,...

Iran: “The Conquest of the Power Structure by Brokers and Corrupt People”

Iran supreme leader Ali Khamenei's faction seeks to attribute the widespread poverty, inequality, class divide, bankruptcy, and current economic misery to the actions of...

Iran Government Lavishes Money on Itself As the Nation Grips With Poverty

“I say that the Islamic Consultative Assembly (Iran’s parliament) is slowly reaching the Martyrs' Square. My brother, we do not have any schools in...

Iran’s Corruption Crisis

There is no doubt that Iran suffers greatly from institutionalized financial corruption, as evidenced by the fact that Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index ranks...

Iran’s People Looted by the Government’s ETF Funds

The bright future envisioned in Iran for ETFs, or state-owned investment funds, was nothing more than a mirage like other capital market shares, and...

Bribery in Iran; From Fawn Sheep to Gold Coins

“Under the table”, “tea money”, “share of children” and “cookies” are expressions that are used by Iran’s government offices for “bribery.” In the mullahs’ system,...

The Iran Budget Bill Scandal

Iran's government often commits action that are so stupefacient and unique, that no one can believe them. And the truth about the corruption in...

Why Are Iran’s Looted Creditors Protesting Again?

Protests and gatherings of looted creditors have become a common occurrence in the Iranian economy. From time to time, a group of creditors that...

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Raisi’s Government Is a Defeated Government

On August 3, 2021, the new president of Iran Ebrahim Raisi was approved by the supreme leader Ali Khamenei....

Iran’s Society Will Not Tolerate New Crises

The accumulation of problems in Iran’s society has strengthened the protest spirit in the people. They are angry with...

The Story of Iran Regime’s Attacks on Oil Tankers

A Liberian-flagged ship flying 280km from the port of Al-Daqam in the Oman Sea was targeted by a drone...

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In Iran, sanctions aim at shipping lifeline

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Iranian journalist held after giving interviews to foreign radios: paper

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