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On Thursday, Newsweek reported that Syria was slated to host a decades-old international trade fair, in what was being regarded as a declaration of victory in the more than six year long civil war. The last instance of the Damascus International Fair was five years ago, and if the current plans reach fruitionit may be a major sign of growing stability in the aftermath of fighting that killed upwards of half a million people

 By Hassan Mahmoudi

After calling for a regime change in Iran by the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson and reviewing the policy regard Iran by President Trump, the meeting of a delegation of the U.S. senators with the Leader of the National council of Resistance of Iran, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, is considered a great step, and shocks the mullah’s regime in Iran. Hassan Mahmodi, a specialist in Iran politic, wrote a piece in American thinker about the significance of the meeting.

While the verbal confrontation that erupted between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is alarming, it is very similar to the dispute between Washington and Tehran over Iran’s illicit nuclear program and the testing of nuclear capable missiles.

During confirmation hearing for Mahmoud Alavi, Minister of Intelligence of Rouhani’s cabinet, the regime officials acknowledged the role of the Intelligence in export of terrorism and warmongering meddling in Syria and Iraq.Alaeddin Boroujerdi, chairman of the Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy of the clerical parliament acknowledged the criminal meddling of the clerical regime in the region

By Mahdavi nasim

Last week, a panel of US senators headed by Roy Blunt arrived in Tirana and met with Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, leader of the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI) and members of the People's Mojahedin Organization(PMOI/MEK).

BALTIMORE,  August 16, 2017– U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Ranking Member, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, issued the following statement regarding the State Department’s release of the International Religious Freedom Report for 2016:“In too many places around the world, governments are implementing legal restrictions on religious communities, or failing to protect religious minorities.

 By Tony Duheaume

Al Arabiya, 17 August 2017 - In recent weeks, a potentially dangerous verbal confrontation erupted between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, which if not resolved through diplomatic means, could lead to a nuclear showdown.The context of this acrimonious exchange makes the situation even more alarming, as the war of words was triggered by North Korea’s testing of nuclear weapons

 by :Dr. Majid Rafizadeh

The Iranian opposition is gaining momentum due to a growing consensus in the US Congress over the necessity for regime change in Iran. A senior delegation of US senators went to Albania’s capital Tirana this week to meet Maryam Rajavi, who heads the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a political coalition calling for regime change in Iran and considered the main threat to the ruling mullahs. 

By: Majid Rafizadeh

 The National, August 17, 2017 - The latest developments in the region, specifically the formation of a new Qatari-Turkish-Iranian axis, could have a significant impact on the geopolitical, strategic and socio-economic landscape.In the past, the region was mainly thought of through the predominant narrative of Shia groups led by the Iranian government versus the Sunni-led coalition. On the one hand, Iran, Hizbollah, the Houthis,

by Zaid al-Ali

Mosul is back in the Iraqi government’s hands and the war against Isis seems to finally be approaching its end. This is the good news. But one of the by-products of the campaign is that Iran’s reach now extends even deeper throughout Iraq and seems unlikely to go away any time soon.A crucial fighting force in the battle for Mosul and other areas liberated from Isis was provided by paramilitary groups that receive supplies and support from Iran,