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Truckers in cities across Iran are launching a new round of strikes, protesting not receiving answers to their demands and seeking the release of their arrested colleagues. Read More

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Oct. 29,2018 Iranians mark the international day of Cyrus the Great, the ancient ruler of the Persian empire whose legacy is credited with forging the Iranian national identity. Read More

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the PMOI/MEK, having an organized structure, has been able to impact the on-the-ground events in Iran Read More

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Merchants and Traders in more than 25 cities in Iran joined the nationwide market strike. Read More
Truck drivers across Iran marked their 11th consecutive day on strike Read More

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Iranian people are very stupid and they will remain stupid until eternity Read More
Voice of Iran 38 years after the anti-monarchy revolution of Iran on**11 February 1979 Iranian Revolution On11February1979 against tyranny and for freedom against Royal. In the case of Human Rights Violations and crimes of the Shah's SAVAK against Iranian people in world public opinion was known as a dictator. And… Read More

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voice of Iran political prisoner Ali Moezzi has been missing for six days; now the world is watching Iran. Moezzi was last seen on January 4 when his family visited him in Gohardasht Prison. Following this visit, he was not taken back to his cells and neither his family nor… Read More
In their past 37 years of rule fundamentalists in Iran have shown no tolerance for anything other than ideas of their own. Personal liberties and freedom of expression are red lines of this regime. Read More
Last December, the United Nations General Assembly slammed Iran’s flagrant human rights violations. The resolution criticized the regime's use of inhuman punishments, including flogging and amputations. The UN’s 61st resolution on human rights abuses in Iran also censured the mullahs’ dictatorship for the rise in executions, public hangings and the… Read More
While sectarian tensions are plaguing the Middle East, a Ramadan feast held in Paris on July 2 displayed a unity of Muslims from across the world. Titled “Democratic and Tolerant Islam vs. Fundamentalist, Religious Dictatorship,” the conference was hosted by the Iranian resistance and attended by hundreds of Muslim dignitaries… Read More
Paris was the scene of a rally gathering for tens of thousands Iranian exiles and dissidents on Saturday, June 13, calling for regime change in Iran. Read More
The speakers at the annual reunion of supporters of Iranian resistance also included members of congress and lawmakers from United States and Members of the European Parliament. Arabic countries that were part of the coalition against Iranian backed Houthis of Yemen had also representatives in the grand gathering. Read More
Two brothers, alone after devastation, in the middle of the Iran-Iraq war. 1980. And they both need to survive. Read More
A dark short (prequel to the novel The Struggle Trilogy, check it out if you enjoy this short) story about an insurgent in Iraq. Read More
The poem is re-telling of a dream, taking place in the alleys of Tehran. Read More

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This is an exact transcription, including actions, of a video detailing the life of patient #32984 in the British Institute of Video Preservation. Read More
The western states where human rights is in place are really expected not to look away from the scenes of human persecution, crackdown, torture, murder, and suffocation in countries such as Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, etc. To act humanitarianly as well as protectively, periodical commemorations seem required; commemorations of great… Read More

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This autobiography describes what I have seen and/or done in various countries (Iran, Israel, USA, Italy, France, Slovakia, Switzerland, Greece, Scotland, etc.) Read More
Told in the first person, this is a short story about a gay American nurse and his Iranian boyfriend, Shapour. A workplace bully picks on Shapour because of his ancestry. Willing to stand up for justice, will he learn how to defend himself when the time comes? Read More
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller. The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age, determined to find his proper place… Read More
peaceful poems gauranteed not to appease lunatics. Read More
This is just a test to judge what people find my work like. Should there be a good response I will continue with it and refine it. Comments always wanted and also, the title is just a construction name (have lots of ongoing projects) not a final choice so I… Read More
Sad romantic short story containing a mild amount of blood and some references to violence. May be interpreted as depressing or hopeless. Read More
Los Angeles is the battle ground for this war. The United States backed by the United Nations has backed its front lines to Bakersfield. While on the other hand Mexico backed by the Eastern Alliance which includes China, North Korea, Pakistan and Iran have their front lines established around the… Read More
What happens after Israel attacks Iranian Nuke sites. Read More
Since 1948, America’s world policy has been a world-domination policy, playing Monopoly with real countries and real people. Tyrants like the Shah of Iran and Saddam Hussein have been put into power by the U.S., the Ayatollah Khomeini was kidnapped by the CIA and held illegally for 30 years! And… Read More
A poem against stoning in Iran including Soraya M. Read More
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