Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi,once at the forefront of the Iranian regime lobby, attended the anti-NIAC rally. His presence generated a considerable degree of controversy. Many attendees were puzzled by Dr. Amirahmadi’s presence at the rally, and some were outraged. The Apadana Chronicle requested an interview with Dr. Amirahmadi in order to clarify and address questions that Iranian dissidents may have about him and the reason he was at the rally.
Masquerading as a “dissident” and prisoner of conscience, the scrupulous Akbar Ganji moves through various strata of the Iranian diaspora selling the mullahs’ snake oil.
No one wants an all-out war with Iran. Americans have no interest in invading and occupying another Muslim country — least of all Iran. Its rich culture and sophisticated populace provide grounds for hope that we can have cordial relations with Iran in the future. But the current impediment to cordial relations, and the reason nuclear weapons would be intolerable, is the regime. It is one of the world’s most despicable governments, and it is incorrigibly anti-American.
By the Apadana Chronicle Editorial Team In the aftermath of last Friday’s Washington DC rally in protest of the National Iranian American Council, two of the organization’s representatives appeared on Persian-language media, making false claims about the organizers and the attendees. In an interview with Iran International network, NIAC’s Communications Director, Mana Mostatabi claimed that the … Continue reading NIAC’s Fraudulent Claims in the Aftermath of the Rally Further Justify the Protest
By the Apadana Chronicle Editorial Board A suspicious news website has published a fraudulent report claiming activists "allegedly linked to a US State Department-funded propaganda program" helped organize an "anti-Iran" demonstration in Washington. On July 19, Iranians from around North America gathered in front of the offices of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) condemning the … Continue reading Jamal Abdi Says Protest against NIAC Were Organized by the State Department
The Obama administration's fearmongering was particularly artful, for the president probably wouldn't have struck the Islamic Republic of Iran's nuclear facilities regardless of how many centrifuges were enriching uranium or whether a heavy-water, plutonium-producing reactor came online.
The Twitter troll who acts as the Iranian regime's foreign minister has arrived in New York, but his movements will be limited and closely monitored.
Regime apologists who have taken “exile” in the West claim that President Trump is an impediment to diplomacy between the US and the Islamic Republic. Khamenei claims negotiations with the US is forbidden by the Quran. How to be Iranian is this bewilderment?
When we say "regime change," we're talking about giving moral support to the Iranian people against a regime of greedy, fascistic religious fanatics that is oppressing them. This can be done in a whole variety of ways, starting with making them know we care about them and have no interest in talking to or negotiating with their oppressors who just want to play for time.
Sina Toossi's attack on Ahmad Batebi was especially abhorrent since it occurred near the 20th anniversary of student protests in Tehran.