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In a brief commentary, Shahin Gobadi, a member of Foreign Affairs Committee of The National Council of resistance of Iran provided the following perspective on the clerical regime’s sham presidential election from various aspects and its fallout.

Does any form of democratic election fit into the nature of Iranian regime? Or is it a smokescreen draped over a medieval regime that is the ideological mirror image of ISIS? In this article which appeared in Forbes on May 19, 2017.Mohammad Mohaddessin the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran examines this issue, the following is the full text of his article.

NCRI - Dehghan, Hassan Rouhani's defense minister, acknowledged that Rouhani's presidency era "has quantitatively and qualitatively been the most glorious period in the development of missile and defense programs."  He added that since the time Rouhani came to the office till the end of  March 2017, "there has been a 2.5 times  more in the section of providing defense credits than the previous government," and "it will get as high as four times more than the previous government in the new Iranian year of 1396." (state run news agency IRNA- 5 May 2017).

Struan Stevenson: Iran Regime Is Very Weak and Rotten, Teetering on the Edge of a Cliff - National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

While reciting his interesting and valuable memories of a struggle alongside the Iranian Resistance in past years, Struan Stevenson President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association and former chair of Friends of a Free Iran Intergroup in European Parliament, attended several Meetings with the Iranian communities in Germany on the period of April 20 – 24, and through his ample speeches described and analysed the latest political situation in the region and Iran, the following are excerpts of his speeches.

by Dr. Majid Sadeghpour

Recently, Senate Armed Service Committee Chairman Sen. John McCain(R-Ariz.) met with Maryam Rajavi, the president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) and addressed members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in a rally in Tirana, Albania.Senator McCain’s visit represents a turning point in the plight of the Iranian dissidents now in Albania, but more importantly, marks a significant milestone in their struggle to bring about democratic change in Iran.

 In a press conference in Washington, DC on Friday, the National Council of Resistance of Iran revealed that the “nerve center” of the Iranian regime’s nuclear weapons project, responsible for designing a nuclear bomb, has been continuing its work.

By Shahriar Kia

Last  week, Senator John McCain paid a visit to newly established centers of the Iranian opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) in Albania, where he met Maryam Rajavi, President of the Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and Iranian exiles who until recently were living in concentration camp conditions at the former U.S. military base of Camp Liberty, Iraq.

In an article about Iranian regime’s The Iranian regime has gone too far by starting a game much bigger than its role, while not being afraid of insulting Jordan.

“Our next responsibility should focus on shattering the Iranian regime’s influence in Syria and Iraq “, adds the newspaper, “and putting an end to regime’s interventions in the affairs of (Persian) Gulf States.

 The Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC), representing Iranian Americans in 40 states, including Arizona, lauds Senator John McCain (R-AZ), Chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, for his April 14 visit to Tirana, Albania, where he met thousands of members of the Iranian opposition. 

by Daniel Chaitin Sen.

John McCain, R-Ariz., met with a group representing Iranian dissidents in Albania on Friday.Speaking to members of the Mujaheddin-e Khalq, the largest of five organizations in the National Council of Resistance of Iran, at their headquarters in Tirana, McCain spoke about his opposition to the Iranian regime. "Someday, Iran will be free. Someday, we will all gather in that square," McCain said.