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Bolton’s fiery style reduces risk of war and promotes the Iranian people’s desire for change

BY IVAN SASCHA SHEEHAN, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 03/28/18 President Trump’s appointment of former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton as his new national security advisor faces resistance in some quarters. Many of those who oppose the selection do so under the false assumption that Bolton will put the United States on war footing with…

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Echoes of Women Patriots

Maryam Hejazi OIAC Board Member The recent report by Reuters on February 4th of this year, entitled, “Iranian Women’s Anti-hijab Protest Gains Momentum Despite Dozens of Arrests,” elicits comparisons of patriot women in another time. While the movement is commendable and should continue to rise in popularity, this is not the first or the most…

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State-Sponsored Cyber Theft

Nine Iranians Charged in Massive Hacking Campaign on Behalf of Iran Government FBI NEWS    |    March 23, 2018 Nine Iranian citizens – working at the behest of the government of Iran—have been charged in a massive computer hacking campaign that compromised U.S. and foreign universities, private companies, and U.S. government entities, including the Department of…

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Bi-Partisan Members of Congress support a free Iran at Capitol Hill event marking Nowruz, the Iranian New Year

Bi-Partisan Members of Congress support a free, democratic, secular, and non-nuclear republic Iran at Capitol Hill event marking Nowruz, the Iranian New Year WASHINGTON, DC, USA, March 8, 2018. Yesterday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and 11 other bipartisan members of Congress joined Iranian American Community members and Congressional staffers at an event titled,…

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Revolution anniversary – 39 years of news control and censorship in Iran

Reporters Without Borders   –   February 13, 2018 On the 39th anniversary of the Iranian revolution, Reporters Without Borders (RSF reiterates its condemnation of the regime’s harassment of journalists and citizen-journalists. Thirty-nine years after the revolution, as young men and women protest in the streets, the Islamic Republic is trying to reinforce its news control both…

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