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Analysis: Iran’s Hassan Rouhani and his relations with the Arab world
Al Arabiya English, By Heshmat AlaviMonday, 22 May 2017 As Iran’s incumbent President Hassan Rouhani reached a second term on May 19th, one major issue of concern must be how to bring an end to Tehran’s destructive meddling across the Middle East. If we take into consideration how The Telegraph said, “The…
Rouhani’s Future In Iran
Daily Caller, By Mohammad AminMonday, 22 May 2017 On May 19, 2017, Incumbent President Hassan Rouhani won Iran’s election over his rival Ebrahim Raisi.While Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, who is the chief decision maker in Iran, seems to have decided upon a policy of isolationism and exerting military power, directly…
Iran’s Ballot Boxes Do Not Represent The Voice Of Its People
Daily Caller, By Shahriar KiaMonday, 22 May 2017 Today Hassan Rouhani was announced as the winner of Iran’s presidential election. Of course, these ballot boxes do not represent the voice of the Iranian people but portray the result of a failed engineering campaign and a final decision made by Iranian…
How Trump could deal a blow to Iran — and help save Syria
Washington Post, By Josh RoginSunday, 21 May 2017 Despite President Trump’s reluctance to get deeply involved in the Syrian civil war, the United States now finds itself in the middle of an escalating battle in the country’s south that last week led to a clash between the U.S. military and Iranian-backed…
Empty polling stations, numerous reports coming out of Iranian cites all across the country like: Esfahan, Saveh, Mahabad, Semnan, Sabzevar, Karaj, Roudsar,Kerman, Ghorveh, Shahre babak, Zarand, and many others are indicative of  the emptiness of polling stations, and a weak presence of voters all through the morning.
Fox News, By Alireza JafarzadehFriday, 19 May 2017 As the Supreme Leader urges the Iranian people to vote in the presidential elections on Friday, May 19th, the loudest voice may well be that of the non-voters. Their volume will likely be heightened by the civilians venting their anger against the…
A glimpse of Tehran, in video, days ahead of the election
American Thinker, By Hassan MahmoudiThursday, 18 May 2017 These days in Iran, if you walk Tehran's streets or go on social media, you will see many posters that read: No to the executioner Raisi; no to the demagogue Rouhani; my vote is for the regime's overthrow. That is how the…
Zolghadr an IRGC Commander in charge of engineering the elections and Haddad Adel,father in law of Khamenei's son, participating an elections gathering in Tehran to boost Raisi
By Iran Probe Staff Thursday, 18 May 2017 The 12th round of what is described as Iran’s presidential election will be held on Friday to have the president of the Islamic republic regime selected. However, the main question is in this election do people truly have the chance to determine…
We can be arrested, tortured and executed. This is no secret to us. But we know what we are doing. The Iranian people have already paid a heavy price for demanding freedom, Said Hamid (one of NCRI activists in Iran) to Fox News
Fox News, By Ben EvanskyWednesday, 17 May 2017 This week’s presidential election in Iran has activists from outlawed opposition groups risking their lives, they say, in what they have branded as an unfair and undemocratic election. Activists claim that no matter who wins the presidential contest, Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali…
As election looms, democracy in Iran is but a mirage under theocracy
The Hill, By Soona SamsamiTuesday, 19 May 2017 Iran’s presidential election next week presents a false choice to their restive people. There are two main candidates in the race, both of whom are rubber-stamped by the mullahs in Tehran. They are fighting over a very narrow sliver of turf. No matter who…
Iran's Election Will Change Nothing
Time, By Dennis B. Ross and Jason M. BrodskyTuesday, 16 May 2017 Iran's upcoming presidential election on May 19th has all the hallmarks of a Western-style democracy: a series of television debates, endorsements by elder statesmen and catchy campaign banners adorning cityscapes. But it is all window dressing. In Iran,…
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External Links

Two Misguided Reports

  • HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH Report
    HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH Report
    On 18 May 2005, the US based Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) issued a 28-page report (“the HRW Report”) concerning the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (“PMOI / MEK”).  Entitled ‘No Exit: Human Rights Abuses Inside the MKO Camps’, the HRW Report was essentially based on 12 hours of telephone interviews with 12…
  • Courting Disaster, A response to Rand report on People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran
    Courting Disaster, A response to Rand report on People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran
    The RAND National Defense Research Institute published in July 2009 the report The Mujahedin-e Khalq: A Policy Conundrum for the Multi-National Force-Iraq, Task Force 134 (Detainee Operations). The report focuses on the circumstances surrounding the detention of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MeK) at Camp Ashraf and “whether MeK members were taken into custody…