November 23, 2017

Howard Dean on US Policy on Iran: “I think we have it backwards”

Former Vermont Governor  & DNC Chairman Howard Dean has branded Iran under mullahs rule as a ‘terrorist state’ whose ideology is not religious but entirely political.

In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Mr. Dean noted that US policy on Iran needed an overhaul and that the US had cut off Iranian dissidents while giving billions of […]

“From Washington Al Mundo” – An Interview with M. Sadeghpour & Rep. Albio Sires (D

March 5, 2012

Congressional Briefing – November 16, 2010

 
  
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Congressional Briefing – November 16, 2010
brief-1431-111610.pdf

110 House members from 37 states call for de-listing MEK/PMO

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Iran Watch – October 30, 2007

[spoiler title=”Iranian Revolutionary Guards are Terrorists as Designated”]
NCPDA Statement
October 27, 2007
A 3 decades long wish of the Iranian people has come to pass, and a step forward towards democracy in Iran has been taken. After decades of unabated oppression, terrorism, and murder, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and its Qods Force are at last recognized […]

NCPDA Statement – July 30, 2007

NCPDA Statement
Contact: Nasser Rashidi
Dir. Tel: 202-487-6989
July 30, 2007
Encouraging Signs: Divestment from and Democracy for Iran
The United House of Representatives has begun debate on legislation requiring divestiture of current investments in Iran. Led by bipartisan group of representatives including Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Tom Lantos, Subcommittee Chair, Brad Sherman, and ranking republican Ms. Ros-Lehtinen, U.S. Congress […]

NCPDA Press Release – April 20, 2005

NCPDA Press Release
Contact: 202-487-6989
National Coalition of Pro-democracy Advocates
April 20, 2005
A plea to dispatch the investigative branch of the United Nations to stop the massacre of our countrymen in Khuzestan.
News accounts from in and around the city of Ahwas describe continued widespread confrontation of Arab-Iranians with the oppressive forces of the regime, especially in the region of […]

NCPDA Press Release – 04/20/05

April 20, 2005
A plea to dispatch the investigative branch of the United Nations to stop the massacre of our countryman in Khuzestan. News accounts from in and around the city of Ahwas describe continued widespread confrontation of Arab-Iranians with the oppressive forces of the regime, especially in the region of Koot Abdolah. Khuzestan’s brave men […]

An Invterview with Dr. Haydar Akbari (NCPDA Chairman) and Mr. Nasser Rashidi

Voice of America Interview
This interview was originally conducted in Persian. It has been translated to English by NCPDA volunteers
Interview was primarily in Farsi, and was later translated to English by NCPDA’s volunteers.
The following interview was performed at 9:30pm Sat Dec. 27th and was broadcast live for one hour. The sound
byte of this interview is available […]

An Invterview with Dr. Haydar Akbari (NCPDA Chairman) and Mr. Nasser Rashidi

This interview was originally conducted in Persian. It has been translated to English by NCPDA volunteers
Interview was primarily in Farsi, and was later translated to English by NCPDA’s volunteers.
The following interview was performed at 9:30pm Sat Dec. 27th and was broadcast live for one hour. The sound byte of this interview is available on VOA’s […]

NCPDA Statement – March 17, 2004

NCPDA Statement
March 17, 2004
Human Rights Activists Sacrificed in Political Deals
While Iran under the religious dictatorship has one of the worst human rights records and is the leading sponsor and supporter of terrorism and fundamentalism, the fate of the political prisoners there are ignored during political deals.
On a daily basis, press reporters are jailed, Iranian youths […]