December 17, 2017

Marzieh, Iranian Singer and Voice of Dissent, Dies at 86

Published: October 16, 2010
Marzieh, the great diva of Persian traditional song, who was silenced after the Islamic Revolution in 1979 but who re-emerged years later outside Iran as a singer and a highly public supporter of the resistance, died on Wednesday in Paris. She was 86 and had defected to France in 1994.
Marzieh, […]

Catastrophe on Horizon for Camp Ashraf Refugees

By HON. David Kilgour, J.D.
TIME RUNNING OUT — There are terrible examples of what can happen when the international community fails to protect vulnerable groups. Ashraf must not be added to this “list of shame.” (Photo by Newscom shows a woman in the museum at Camp Ashraf pointing to photos of supporters of Iran’s opposition […]

Iran: The Rise of the Revolutionary Guard and State-Sponsorship of Terror

Nasser Rashidi
A few years ago, the world was awakened to the dangers of the mullahs’ nuclear program by an opposition group. Since then,
faced with more recent regional events, international consciousness has come to better appreciate the extent of Iran’s
involvement in terrorist activities abroad, its nuclear ambitions, and its interference in Iraq, Lebanon and Israel-Palestine. It
was […]