Pressure can work on the Iranian Regime. There has been, for more than a decade, a curious line of argument that pressure upon Iran is counterproductive
The toxic propaganda he conveniently promulgated via American social and mainstream media undermined democracy in the US and was detrimental to the welfare of the Iranian people. He deceitfully presented to the American media a beaming façade for Islamofascism.
Mullahs' cheat-and-retreat may will no longer work. The Khomeinist system is going through its deepest crisis with widespread corruption, administrative ineptitude and internecine feuds weakening its claim of legitimacy against a background of growing popular dissent. It is time to declare the JCPOA dead and buried.
President Trump’s deft plan of exiting from the JCPOA, which had been touted as a successful foreign policy coup by supporters of the accord, exposed the real face of the terrorist leaders of the Islamic Republic, who, on the basis of this accord, had taken liberties to expand their support for regional terrorism. Trump’s action revealed and destroyed covert plans to escalate tensions in various areas.
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.
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
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.
Sina Toossi's attack on Ahmad Batebi was especially abhorrent since it occurred near the 20th anniversary of student protests in Tehran.
While the Russia probe and conspiracy theories about collusion dominate our news headlines, we are unconsciously ignoring a more insidious and organizing undercurrent that is attempting to meddle in the 2020 presidential elections.
The Iranian regime's foreign minister Javad Zarif has become so irrelevant in the international arena, he now primarily functions as a Twitter troll. Perhaps the US Treasury Department felt he was too unimportant to sanction.