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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:49 am on 26 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    2018 Iran Freedom Convention For Human Rights & Democracy 

    OIAC

    Some 1,000 delegates representing Iranian-American communities in 40 states will attend the 2018 Iran Freedom Convention for Democracy and Human Rights.

    The Convention is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018, at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC.

    The participants will voice support for the Iranian people who rose up in protest in December 2017.

    By January, the uprising had spread at lightning speed to 142 cities. Protests continue, with tens of thousands of people venting their anger at the regime in chants of “death to the dictator.”

    Steel workers in Ahvaz, workers at the Haft-Tapeh Sugar Cane Factory in Shush (southwest Iran), farmers in Isfahan, defrauded investors in Tehran, Rasht (northern Iran) and Mashhad (northeast Iran), and ordinary Iranians in cities nationwide are voicing their grievances against the regime.

    Alarmed at the spread and threat posed by the protests, Iranian authorities have cracked down with brute force, but to no avail.

    The Convention will feature renowned Iranian scholars, academics, and business owners as well as Iranians representing the younger generation who support a free and democratic Iran.

    Keynote speakers

    RSVP: http://www.oiac-us.com/Events/DC-Conv…

     

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  • Masoud Dalvand 7:58 pm on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran Desperate for US to Keep Nuclear Deal 

    Iran Nuclear Deal

     Radio America Online News Bureau April 24th, 2018 – President Trump’s instinct is to scrap the Iran nuclear deal while French President Emmanuel Macron is willing to amend it but not rescind it without another plan in place, but a leading figure in the Iranian resistance says the deal doesn’t stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons but does help the radical mullahs stay in power.

    President Trump has until May 12 to declare whether Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA and whether the U.S. will remain a party to the seven-nation agreement.

     

    Alireza JafarzadehA_Jafarzadeh

    deputy director of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, says despite Tehran’s bluster about exiting the deal if the U.S. does, the Iranian leaders badly need the agreement to continue.

    “There’s no way the Iranian regime wants to lose this agreement.  They want to do everything possible to keep it because the regime knows that absent this agreement, there’s really not too many other options left for them,” said Jafarzadeh, who says threats to the contrary are nothing but “hot air.”.

    He says that’s because internal unrest is reaching a boiling point.

    “The regime is facing tremendous problems domestically, particularly on the economic side of it.  We’ve seen the uprising going on since December that was built around the economic corruption in Iran and the high rise in prices for very basic food.  Inflation is so high.  Inflation is skyrocketing,” said Jafarzadeh.

    Iran is clamping down on media outlets and social media, so reports of the ongoing protests are hard to find, but Jafarzadeh says they are still going strong and are appearing in many different parts of the country.

    “The protests are continuing ever since they started.  It expanded to 142 cities starting back in December,” said Jafarzadeh, listing off a number of cities seeing major protests in the past several days.

    “Every week there is a new hot spot in Iran.  People are chanting with the same intensity against the regime, making significant demands, none of which the regime can really meet,” said Jafarzadeh.

    He says some chants even explicitly scold the government for blaming its problems on America and stating that only the Iranian regime is to blame.

    Keeping the deal in place is critical for the Iranian leaders because the money that flowed back into Iran from the agreement has been trumpeted as the solution to Iran’s economic problems.

    However, even that good fortune could soon backfire on Iran’s leadership.

    “Once the people realize that all the money that was given to the Iranian regime ended up in the pocket of the mullahs, the ayatollahs, and the Revolutionary Guard.  It was basically the military structure and the clerical structure that benefited from that.

    “Imagine if there’s more pressure built against the regime what kind of political problems it’s going to create for the Iranian regime,” said Jafarzadeh.

    The more pertinent issue for Trump, Macron, and other world leaders is whether the JCPOA is actually preventing the advancement of Iran’s nuclear program.  Jafarzadeh is convinced it doesn’t.

    “The agreement has kept almost all of the nuclear infrastructure of the Iranian regime intact.  It has allowed the research and development of more advanced centrifuges that could actually enrich uranium much faster and more efficiently further down the road.

    “It hasn’t put any meaningful restrictions on the missile program of the Iranian regime, which is really marching forward with more missile tests on nuclear-capable ballistic missiles.  And it has this ridiculous sunset clause.  In a few years, all those restrictions on the nuclear program are removed,” said Jafarzadeh.

    And he says the hurdles to inspections make enforcement of the existing deal virtually impossible.

    “Most importantly, there’s no serious access and inspection of a number of nuclear sites where the core of the nuclear program of Iran is.  It’s not just the enrichment but the weaponization part of the program.  We exposed at least six nuclear sites we believe need to be inspected,” said Jafarzadeh.

    He says the bottom line is the JCPOA doesn’t stop Iran from getting nukes.

    “As of now, the current restrictions are not sufficient enough to prevent the Iranian regime from developing nuclear weapons further down the road,” said Jafarzadeh.

     

     

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 9:59 pm on 24 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    “The little garbage scavengers” innocent victims the Waste Business Mafia in corrupt Mullahs regime of Iran. 

    Garbage Children

    On the eve of May 1st, the International Labor Day, I will present this article to children labor, the most vulnerable people in my homeland. Innocent children, who in the anti-humanitarian regime of Velayat-e faqih, are forced to search among the city’s wastes from morning to night in highly inhumane conditions, instead of the classroom and the family’s warm arms, because corrupt and criminal Mullahs, IRGC and their accomplices want add to their wealth. But it’s not far off the day that by Iranian Uprising, this corrupt and criminal regime, will be thrown to the dustbin of history forever.

    Aziz is a 12-year-old boy, who has no part of his life like ordinary children, he gathers up to 19 hours a day and earns just 300 to 400 thousand Tomans a month.

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    The existence of child labor in Iran’s capital and metropolitan areas has long been a phenomenon and undeniable crisis, ILNA correspondent reports. The work of a child is a complex, multifaceted complex that has economic, social, cultural and racial dimensions, no matter how unpleasant the child’s work is. The profiteers of this cheap labor force try to hide this phenomenon from the face of the city, and take this out of the watchful eye of observers.

    Various types of child labor have been identified in Iran, from vending to work in aviculture and brick-making furnaces. Each of the types of child labor has its own particular difficulties and is considered to be forced labor, but one of the most difficult forms of child labor is searching and separation of garbage.

    Just take a short trip on the streets of the capital to see the lives of these children, how they are tucked in the trash bin, this is just part of the lives of these children, they are separating wastes in the garages at night to morning then they are collecting garbage in the morning until night.

    Garbage children collect 60 kg of garbage daily

    Investigations from the Imam Ali Association show that average daily garbage children collect 60 kg of garbage and often live in workshops of separating garbage.

    In the meantime, there is no precise information on the financial relationships that exists between garbage children, contractors and intermediaries. Elham Fakhari, a member of the Tehran City Council, in an interview with ILNA‘s correspondent in describing the living conditions of these children, said: “Some of the waste disposal workshops gave dormitory to the children, and it should be clear that these dormitories have been provided by contractors to these children.” »

    The workshops that this city council member talks about, are lack of any health facilities and children are exposed to all types of infectious diseases, including hepatitis, AIDS, and so on. According to Fakhari, most children are also exposed to sexual abuse and experience the worst kind of life.

    These garages are without a sanitary services and these children have to live with adult males and garbage in a space full of mice and lizards.

    Aziz, who only has 12-year-old, is one of those kids. I saw him at Beheshti Street at 22 o’clock, he collected and disassembled garbage for a month and live at Qasim Abad garage in a place without any health facilities at night.

    Aziz spoke to us and said of his working conditions: “At 10am, we wake up and look for waste from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. At 12 midnights, the car returns us to the garage and we have to stay awake and clean the garbage until 6am. We can only sleep from 6 to 10 in the morning, then we’ll eat lunch and look for waste again.”

    This 12-year-old boy, who has no part of his life like ordinary children, works nearly 19 hours a day, earning a salary of 300 to 400 thousand Tomans a month, like other children cannot study or play. His life is summed up with garbage.

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    Can I be your kid? So send me a school!

    Reza, a boy, is another garbage child, who I saw him at midnight beside one of Vali Asr‘s luxury stores, with a carriage bag that was as high as its height., and was combed his hair carefully. He, who is eight years old, needs to collect waste every day from 3 pm to 12 pm and send his salary to his parents. Reza abandons his bag and gets us off. In a moment he looks at us and says: “I come with you, can I be your kid? So send me a school! “The story of Reza and Aziz, and almost all of the garbage children are similar.

    The Tehranians produce 9,000 tons of garbage daily, the municipality spends about 800 billion Tomans a day to collect the garbage from the city. Of these, only 3% of the waste is segregated from the source, and the remainder is separated by children, among whom are children aged 6 to 18 years old. In this profitable business, nothing more valuable than the cheap worker who works in the toughest conditions and cannot to sue. A child whose family is dependent on him and afraid of being unemployed, which is why contractors prefer to keep children of garbage as a worker at any costs.

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    Garbage Mafia and billions of profits

    The economics of waste, the economy is several billion Tomans. According to Hashemi, the chairman of the city council; the municipality can earn 400 trillion Tomans a year from these wastes. The numbers spoken in this area are several billion, and the garbage Mafia, which is repeatedly replicated by members of the city council, continues to remain in the silent media and news space of this profitable and billion-Toman industry.

    The main victims of this mafia, after the Tehran’s environment, which no longer has life, are children who are being used by contractors or their intermediaries to collect and dispose of dry wastes. In this case, the municipality of Tehran, which is always fingering to it, alleges that he will deal with any violations in this regard.

    The waste management organization is in charge of super-monitoring in the waste sector, and Abdoli, the managing director of the organization, in justifying the use of child labor by contractors and intermediaries in response to ILNA, says: “The use of these children is not with the municipality and the private sector is in violation. »

    “The mayors of the region are directly contracting with the contractors for garbage collection,” he says about the waste Mafia. The supervisor is the mayor of the district; we are just high supervisor. The employer is the district itself and if they do not control, you should ask themselves.”

    Despite the words of Abdoli, has been published on the site of the Waste Management Agency, the names of contractors and how to conclude a contract. Following these remarks, the director of public relations of this organization contacted ILNA’s correspondent and says: “The use of children based on contracts that the municipality concludes with contractors, it’s completely unlawful, but unfortunately this happens. ”

    Nobody is willing to accept responsibility

    It is illegal for children to collect and dispose of garbage, and nobody can deny the phenomenon of garbage children, however, there is no official data on the number of children who are forced to work in waste trash factories only in the province of Tehran to pay for their families. Nobody is willing to accept responsibility so they return all the sins to a monster that called “waste Mafia”.

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    This report is only a small part of the huge tragedy that is happening in our homeland. Street girls, young people who sell their organs just for livelihoods and hundreds of other ugly and disgusting phenomena that have been the product of 40 years of shameful Mullahs rule in Iran, have made our country ruinous. While billions of dollars are spent annually from the wealth of the Iranian people to export terrorism and fundamentalism to the countries of the region, and billions of dollars are stolen by the Mullahs and IRGC commanders.

    In the wake of the big uprising last January, and with the nationwide protests throughout the cities of country that are taking place every day in Iran, under lead by rebellion centers with overthrow this rotten dictatorial regime, will end to all suffering of these children and workers, farmers, women, youth and other social classes of Iran.

    At the end of this article, I offer a poem titled ” Give me your pain ” and a video describing the pain of child labor in my homeland to all these children with this definite hope that freedom and justice are coming to Iran soon.

    “Give me your pain”

    You don’t need to have it,

    For you don’t deserve it.

    May the stars carry away your sadness,

    May hope forever wipe your tears away,

    Wipe the tears,

    That cover your innocent face May your future be built with your strength

    May all your pains forever go away.

    Video: The story of my homeland children

     

     
    • bluemoone 7:28 am on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Beautiful writing on such a difficult and sad topic. They should be in school, not collecting garbage to survive. You cover the people that others don’t and made sure they’re not forgotten. Children are always caught in the middle.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 7:44 am on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      This is situation in my country, but you know Iranian people no longer can’t continue with such terrible condition, so protests spread all over the country. Thanks Danielle for comment and great support.

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    • bluemoone 7:50 am on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      It’s a very important story to tell and one that must be shared. There’s too much ignorance in the world about how things truly are. You put so much in your articles that anyone reading them can’t help but know what’s happening and be moved by your words.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 8:04 am on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Thanks again Danielle, Good people like you can help spread the bitter facts that are going on in Iran.

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    • bluemoone 8:30 am on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Anytime🌺

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    • Freedom Sunrise of Iran 7:45 pm on 25 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Reblogged this on Freedom Sunrise of Iran.

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    • oldpoet56 10:03 pm on 15 May 2018 Permalink

      Ma’am this is a very good article, I enjoyed the read so I am going to reblog it for you.

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    • oldpoet56 10:03 pm on 15 May 2018 Permalink

      Reblogged this on Truth Troubles.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 3:32 pm on 16 May 2018 Permalink

      Thanks dear friend for sharing.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 3:32 pm on 16 May 2018 Permalink

      Thank you.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 9:31 pm on 22 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How Syria Attack Affects Iran Nuclear Deal Crisis 

     

    As President Trump’s 120-day deadline for fixing Iran nuclear deal gets closer, European countries are focusing on Iranian regime’s missile program and its regional intervention, calling on the regime to stop both.

    Meanwhile, the missile attack by US, France and UK on Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons facilities in Syria has extremely scared Iranian regime officials.

    “Considering its behavior towards the nuclear deal and Syria, how does the United States expect Iran to negotiate over its missile program?” says head of regime’s Judiciary ‘Sadegh Larijani’, adding “they’re putting forward missile negotiations in such an environment. They should be asked: how do you expect Muslim countries to trust you? Considering your approach towards the nuclear deal and your recent criminal attack on Syria, do you really expect to have negotiations with Iran?’ ” (State-run Fars news agency, April 16, 2018)

    In an article titled “tomorrow’s world is the world of missiles, not dialogues”, state-run Kayhan newspaper points to possible negotiations with the West and acknowledges that the recent missile attack on Syria has been aimed at giving a warning to Iran, writing “maybe the most important point hidden in recent missile-throws has been the message the attackers intended to send to Iran. If we agree that the main purpose of the United States and its flunkies’ clear aggression on Syria was to threaten Iran and its allies and also accept the very obvious fact that we’re living in ‘the law of the jungle’ era in which the world’s bullying countries don’t even respect their own-legislated rules, then is it wise to encourage a second JCPOA-like deal and negotiate over our military and missile capabilities with countries that happen to be the same three that were involved in attacking Syria?” (State-run Kayhan newspaper April 16, 2018)

    Regime’s former diplomat Soleiman Afshar meanwhile believes that the recent missile attack on Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons sites by three western countries was aimed at ‘continuing pressure on Iran and Hezbollah through bargaining with Russia and causing a rift among Iran, Turkey and Russia.”

    Pointing to United States’ 120-day deadline being over on May 12, Afshar predicts that Trump “will either leave the nuclear deal or win concessions from Iran through Europe and stay.”

    Afshar refers to both alternatives as pieces of a ‘US pressure puzzle’, saying “more regional and international pieces of the puzzle will be revealed in the future.” (State-run Iranian Diplomacy, April 16, 2018)

    Also in this regard, state-run Aftab-e-Yazd newspaper on April 16, 2018, writes “the coming month of May will be a decisive one as the US president makes a decision on the fate of Iran nuclear deal and will also have a possible meeting with North Korean leader. It’s quite possible that Trump’s strategic decisions next month will effectively change the situation. Under such circumstances, it seems that adopting a tougher stance against Iran and the nuclear deal is going to bring him some success.”

    Such comments by regime officials and media, however, point to a bigger reality. The reality of regime’s growing weakness and inability, and that it has no defensive tool to deal with the extremely dangerous situation it’s caught in.

    Being defenseless against outside pressures is while the regime is also faced with people’s increasing protests at home, protests that can’t be shielded from, either, since the regime has learned from experience that its ‘oppression blade’ could no longer stop the protests from rising.

    Fearing the situation, Revolutionary Guards’ Commander ‘Mohammad-Ali Jafari’ said on April 16, 2018, “we’re going through an extremely crucial stage of the revolution, with all enemies joining hands to create an environment of disappointment.”

    “In addition to problems coming from outside, there are also domestic issues that should be resolved” added Jafari, somehow pointing to the escalation of regime’s international and domestic crises and the effects they have on one another.

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 4:44 pm on 20 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Iran: New protests in Kazerun with chants of “Beware of the day when we arm ourselves.” 

    Kazerun

    On Friday, April 20, 2018, thousands of residents of Kazerun, southern Iran, staged anti-regime protests for the fifth consecutive day.

    People also gathered in the city’s grand mosque and denounced the regime’s plan to divide the city.

    The demonstration was held while the city’s so-called city council, Friday prayers’ leader and state media had announced that all gatherings were banned until the Kazerun city separation plan is determined.

    The angry protesters chanted:

    “Honorable Iranians, support us,”

    “Honorable Kazerun, hail to your dignity,”

    “Our state TV is a disgrace,”

    “Beware of the day when we arm ourselves. If we are betrayed, hell will be raised against the regime”

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    “We are ready to defend Kazerun.”

     

     

     

     

     

    Following the courageous demonstration of the people of Kazerun, some local authorities announced on Wednesday that the plan for the separation of Kazerun was being paused. However, people did not pay any attention to the regime’s promises and demanded the governor respond.

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 4:06 pm on 19 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Solidarity of protests, promising of storm 

    Solidarity of protests, promising of storm

    On November 20, 2017, Iran’s Interior Minister said that in some days, have seen 150 protests in the country. Those protests that Khamenei’s interior minister said, just 37 days later, became a tsunami called the great uprising of the Iranian people. The uprising of December 28, 2017!

    These days, the rise of protest movements across Iran is a witness to the live and active volcano of January uprising. An uprising, which has experienced a few months ago, and more powerful than before, has opened a darker horizon in front of eyes of the regime with thousands of inflammatory societies centers, around the country.

    A look at a small portion of the protest movements, demonstrations and strikes in recent days, reflects the social status of Iran on the verge of another revolution.

    The main protest movements have been recorded in various forms of protest and strike in the cities of Isfahan, Ahvaz, Rasht, Kerman, Tehran, Khark Island, Kazerun, Javanrood, Damghan, Kohkiluyeh&BoyerAhmad province, Baluchistan and Baneh in the Kurdistan province.

    These moves have been formed by farmers, workers, employees, young people, Bazar merchants, students, depositors, porters and marketers in border towns, political prisoners and detainees’ families.

    The most prolonged and flaming protest movements have been organized by Isfahan farmers since the winter of 2018, With slogans that are getting hotter and more political day by day:

     “It’s a lie that our enemy is America, our enemy is here.”

    Courageous women played a significant role in the demonstrations of farmers in Isfahan and played a leading role in some demonstrations.

    In the Iranian new year of 1397 (spring 2018), we witnessed an intensifying fire of anger and disgust at the brave compatriots of Kurd from the Mullahs regime, and in recent days in various cities of Kurdistan, shopkeepers and Bazar merchants have been struggling to make widespread striking.

    In Ahvaz, Shush and HaftTapeh and other cities of Khuzestan, people, especially Arab nationals, rose up and protested against the fascist regime.

    Workers who are aware and tired of tyranny and inhuman exploitation Mullahs regime, provoked the flames of protest against the regime in different cities of the country.

    The plundered people by plunderer institutes of regime, in various cities of the country, students and other social classes also contributed to the recent protest movements. This is a small part of the people’s protest movement in just the last few weeks.

    The maturity of the slogans in this period has grown from the specific and guild demands to the slogans of the government’s negation, against the regime:

    Death to the Rouhani

    What have the hands behind the curtain done, with our money?

    Lies say our enemy is America, our enemy is here,

    We are men and women fighting for the right to water

    We fight We dye, to take Iran back

    Hossein Hussein is their slogan, but their honor is stealing,

    Student! get stand up! shout it out the cry has strangled in the throat

    Reflection of the anti-government slogans of the people can be seen in the statements of the leaders and government agents who warn against the social blast and the sinking of the regime’s ship.

    “It’s likely that there will be a series of incidents and threats this year,” said an IRGC head GholamReza Jalali, director of the regime’s passive defense organization April 17. “In a general look, the focus of the threats on the people’s axis is one of the main threats and the enemy seeks to create a problem in the Islamic Revolution in different areas, including social, political, economic and cultural spheres, and can be passed through the social network to the people and engage people”.

    “In late December 2017 and January 2018, we saw a pattern of this issue, the issue of people-centered, economic and social networks in the field of threats is being seriously influenced by the enemy’s efforts to pursue these issues in the security field.”

    What scares this IRGC member, is the multiplication of social movements in rebellion centers. The centers that represent the 1000 Ashraf (as guide of rebellion centers) and have raised the flag of overthrow of the regime with the slogan “Death to the principle of Velayat-e Faqih and the burning of Khamenei’s images in the cities of the country.”

     

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 11:03 am on 17 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime 

    Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime 2

    The bombs and missiles, which were launched on April 14th to Bashar al-Assad’s chemical production and distribution centers, seem to have been hit politically to the Mullahs regime. Because some of the Iranian regime’s agents and analysts acknowledge that all the forces that support Bashar al-Assad today in Syria invited by Mullahs regime there, (Russia, Hezbollah Lebanon and other terrorist troops in Syria)

    Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime

    On the other hand, although Russia is currently the first force in Syria, the preservation of Bashar al-Assad, unlike the clerical regime of Iran, is not strategic for Russia.

    This is why the Mullahs regime’s response to this attack is so hysterical and horrific, as Khamenei himself immediately came to the scene and reacted against it.

    Afterwards, we witnessed a massive propaganda campaign and a huge amount of comments from the authorities and the regime’s media.

    In reaction to the attacks on Bashar al-Assad and the Mullahs regime’s interests in these attacks, Khamenei deceptively said that “Their purpose of these attacks is not to hit Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan. but they want blow to the Islamic nation and Islam”. (Iran state TV, April 14, 2018) It is clear that the Islamic nation and Islam and such words in the culture of Mullahs rule are the pseudonym of the corrupt regime of Velayat-e faqih.

    One of the agents of Khamenei’s gang, Saadallah Zarei, says, “Syria is a shadow, the main goal is the Iranian regime” says National Security Advisor John Bolton.

    While pointing to the role of the national security adviser in the attack, Khamenei’s gang member acknowledged that since the Iran regime plays a key role in keeping President Bashar al-Assad governed in rule and even “everyone in Syria today is in defense of the people! and their government” They are invited to by Iran “(Fars News Agency, April 14). So, the target of the attack has been Iran regime.

    Hermidas Bavand, a former diplomat, also asked the regime to “go beyond” with the question “What was the message of the American invasion to Syria?”

    While expressing dismay at Russia’s lack of action and the fact that Russia “will not do anything other than verbal sentencing”. It does not take any other action from the verb condemnation and does not react “to the extent that it condemns or rightly states that it will make Syria’s future more difficult and prolonged.”

    Another former ambassador to the regime, Qadiri Abyaneh, also said that “the ultimate goal of the United States, Britain and France of attack on Syria was to confront the Iran,” as they intended to “block the Hezbollah as a prelude to confronting Iran. In fact, the ultimate goal of the West was to confront Iran has been »

    Mehdi Motahrania, a member of the Rouhani gang, warns in fear of the consequences of attacking the chemical facilities of Bashar al-Assad in Syria: “We have to keep our hat tight, so that it does not hurl us out of our heads, and we strengthen our foundations so hard and so close to us.” If the tornado comes cannot take us out of the ground. We have to make the most of our efforts to get out of this conflict. ”

    As the comments from the members of both gangs come up, the fact is that after Bashar al-Assad, this Mullahs regime is a major loser to attacking the chemical facilities of Bashar al-Assad.

    For many times, the international community has emphasized that Iranian regime is the source of many conflicts in the countries of the region and should stop interfering in Syria and interfering in the internal affairs of other countries in the region.

    The United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, at the Security Council meeting, explicitly called the actions of the Iranian regime in countries like Syria and Yemen as the source of human tragedies from military conflicts in the Middle East, adding that the Mullahs regime is the source of destabilizing measures that are almost entirely in the Middle East has spread.

     

    It now seems that it’s time that this regime, which has been “The wind was planting” for years with its evil presence in the region, is now “Now the storm will reap”, as Mehdi Motahrania, a gangs’ member of Mullahs regime, acknowledged “a storm has raged in the region, and the possibility The incidence of whirlwind has increased “and is in the horror of the storm, which recommends the regime to” change in different dimensions “and is ready to drink the next poison cups.

     

     
    • wizzymedpower 2:20 pm on 18 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Thanks for your update… God’s intervention

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    • bluemoone 11:20 pm on 19 Apr 2018 Permalink

      While I see the reason for some to be excited over the US’s actions, chemical weapons are horrid and disgusting, one has to consider some things. The US has been using white phosphorus in Syria, fairly indiscriminately. So why are they taking such a hard stance on chemical weapons now? I sincerely hope that bombing those places helped the Syrian people but Donald Trump is at the helm and not noted for his humanitarianism. I wager those bombs helped him most of all and any aid to the people was nothing short of serendipitous. I ave seen the news of what happens when short-sighted people have decided that burning a crop of marijuana was the best way to dispose of it and ended up getting the town(s) downwind stoned. So I must ask, what happens when the chemicals in those plants gets incinerated?

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    • Masoud Dalvand 8:10 am on 20 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Thanks for comment dear Danielle. Your comments are always interesting to me because they are accompanied by a sense of human responsibility. I have a few points about your opinion. There are some obvious facts beyond of reasons for US and Tramp bombardment of Assad’s military and chemical centers. First, all the relief groups in Syria and the locals who were attacked by Assad chemically welcomed the military invasion of Assad’s chemical centers. Because global powers have been basically talking about the crimes of the bloodthirsty dictator of Syria and its criminal supporters, namely, Khamenei and Putin, over the past seven years. So when Syrian people see countries such as the United States, France and the United Kingdom just show a few practical responses to Assad, they are happy. Finally, one has found the answer to this dictator. Why are these people, especially the children and women of Syria, who should be bombarded by Assad? Once again, let the military centers of the dictator be targeted. I do not make any comment on the intentions of the Trump or the leaders of France and England. They certainly have their own interests and not humanitarian goals, but the result of their work in this world of oppression and crime that we see is the massacre in Syria, and for seven years nobody helps them important for us. Yes, the important thing is that even for the contradiction of the interests of the superpowers, the United States and its allies engage in a reaction to the crimes of the bloodthirsty dictator of Syria. Also this applies about our people in Iran and oppression and religious tyranny that has been imposed on our people for 40 years, is right. And finally, Obama much appeased with Mullahs and gave them a lot of money just to achieve a very weak nuclear deal. So dear Danielle, in a world full of injustice to rid the oppressed people of the massacres and the repression and crimes that dictators do against them, we welcome any action that the Western powers are taking against these dictators. Be sure, we know the intentions of the powerful countries. But let them do it if they can target the dictators, and we also thank them. Our intentions are just the freedom and establishment of democracy and human rights in the countries of this region of the world, where Khamenei’s and ISIS’s savagery crimes continue against our people. Thank you so much again because you are a great woman and a great poet with great human emotions.

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    • bluemoone 8:23 am on 20 Apr 2018 Permalink

      You’re welcome Masoud. I think that’s the most you have ever said to me at once. 😊 I am happy if the U.S. actions helped. The people of the U.S. want to see things get better for the people of Syria and Iran. I still remain suspicious of Trump’s motives and don’t see him being effective for the people for long. He has tried 3 times to ban Iranian people from the U.S., even the legal citizens. I know Trump and Putin have interest in Syria’s oil. I’d say that is why he took action. It’s Iraq all over again. I know the people of Syria and Iran are in an impossible situation and it’s an enemy-of-my-enemy situation for them. My heart is with them and we are working hard here to change things for the better so that we have good people with good intentions in office. I would just caution people to remember who Trump truly is and not to sing his praises too much or too loud. The devil may be your friend today, but he’s still the devil.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 8:48 am on 20 Apr 2018 Permalink

      I’m happy too Danielle to read your comments, we have same opinion about people’s interests in every where. Thanks again.

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    • bluemoone 2:58 am on 21 Apr 2018 Permalink

      Yes, we do Masoud. That was a great article. Very strong writing.

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    • bluemoone 4:55 am on 21 Apr 2018 Permalink

      My pleasure

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    • Masoud Dalvand 11:16 am on 22 Apr 2018 Permalink

      This is your positive opinion about me, because I know my English is not strong!

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    • oldpoet56 9:53 pm on 15 May 2018 Permalink

      Excellent article, I enjoyed the read so I am going to reblog this article for you.

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    • oldpoet56 9:53 pm on 15 May 2018 Permalink

      Reblogged this on Truth Troubles.

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    • Masoud Dalvand 3:33 pm on 16 May 2018 Permalink

      Appreciate!

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    • Masoud Dalvand 3:34 pm on 16 May 2018 Permalink

      Thanks so much dear friend for sharing.

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  • Masoud Dalvand 8:06 pm on 16 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    The latest publication from @NCRIUS, “Iran’s Ballistic Buildup: The March Toward Nuclear-Capable Missiles,” is now available. 

    Iran's Ballistic Buildup

    The latest publication from , “Iran’s Ballistic Buildup: The March Toward Nuclear-Capable Missiles,” is now available for pre-order on and Barnes & Noble ()!

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    Iran’s Ballistic Buildup: The March Toward Nuclear-Capable Missiles Paperback – May 8, 2018

    This unique manuscript surveys the regime’s missile capabilities, including the underlying organization, structure, production, and development infrastructure, as well as launch facilities and the command centers operating inside Iran.

    This report has been complied based on intelligence and information obtained by Iran’s main organized opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), from inside the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and other regime military institutions in charge of missile development.

    The book exposes the nexus between the regime’s missile activities and its nuclear weapons program, including Tehran’s ties with Pyongyang.

    Contrary to the spirit of the July 2015 nuclear deal, the clerical regime increased the number of tests of ballistic missiles capable of carrying a nuclear load. This, coupled with illicit exports to other rogue actors in the Middle East, is prompted by the regime’s domestic weaknesses and vulnerabilities.

     

     
  • Masoud Dalvand 7:16 pm on 16 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply  

    ANALYSIS: Are Syria strikes a wake-up call for Iran? 

    Iran Commentary

    Despite many speculations, the anticipated US-led airstrike inflicted severe blows to Syria’s Bashar Assad regime. While many chemical facilities became targets to provide some cover for civilians from horrendous attacks in the future, the main message was sent to Iran.

    A rain of missiles and warplanes attacking Assad’s military and chemical sites made the Syrian dictator understand the golden years of Obama’s presidency has ended completely for him, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei & Russian President Vladimir Putin.

    Iran, considering Syria its own backyard, is now facing major decisions about its future in the Middle East and back home. After the West has raised demands for Tehran to significantly curb its ballistic missile program & regional meddling, this attack, only a month prior to US President Donald Trump’s May 12th deadline, will certainly demand a heavy price from Tehran.

    Specifics

    US warships and B1 stealth bombers, French Navy vessels…

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  • Masoud Dalvand 4:57 pm on 15 Apr 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    How Can The International Community Curb The Iran Threat? 

    The US policies of appeasement towards Iran have ended. When former President Barack Obama was in office, Iran was able to benefit from a complete lack of accountability. Obama, fearing that speaking out against the regime or condemning it for its belligerence would derail the 2015 nuclear deal, turned a blind eye much too frequently.

    Obama’s appeasement of Iran didn’t just fail to bring Iran back into line with international standards, it actually made the situation worse. Iran became more brazen and bold in its malign acts – both at home and across the Middle East.

    Current US President Donald Trump recognised that appeasement was not working and when he took office he declared that the so-called “golden years” for Iran were over.

    Trump has openly criticised the nuclear deal, and after several threats to pull out, he has given the signatories of the deal the deadline of 12th May to make the deal stronger. Trump said that the major flaws in the deal need to be fixed and Iran’s ballistic missile program should be addressed otherwise the United States will exit the deal.

    However, some experts are saying that taking a tough approach to Iran will not make much of a difference either.

    Firstly, not all leaders are willing to take the same stance as Trump. The government of the United Kingdom staunchly refuses to list the notorious Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organisation. The IRGC is not just vaguely linked to terrorism – it is an organiser and an instigator of terrorism. Dozens of MPs in Britain called on the Home Secretary to designate the group, but the government still refused.

    Secondly, Iran has had many different policies applied to it over the years. All possible options and policies have been tested. And they all failed.

    This leaves regime change. For years, the main opposition to the regime – the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) – has been saying that the only viable option is regime change. This is because of all the tried and failed policies and the incapability of the regime to reform. The regime has been claiming moderation and international leaders have been saying that it is in the process of reform at various times. Yet reform is impossible.

    Regime change in Iran will be driven by the people. At the end of last year, millions of Iranians took to the streets to protest against the economic problems that are being aggravated by the regime’s mismanagement and corruption. But the protests quickly turned into anti-government demonstrations.

    The leader of the NCRI, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, who has been behind the people of Iran for years, believes that to achieve freedom, democracy and human rights via regime change, it is essential for the Iranian regime’s income to be cut at the source with sanctions. One such example would be to stop it from selling oil.

    The IRGC also must be designated as a terrorist organisation.

    But most importantly, the people of Iran need the backing of the international community in their continued resistance.

     
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