Official Statement by Iranian Americans for Liberty in Reaction to a Recent Article Written by a Member of NIAC

Iranian Americans for Liberty October 26, 2020 The Iranian Americans for Liberty issues this statement in reaction to an appalling opinion article published in Al Jazeera with the title, “What the US election means for Iranian Americans.” We found ourselves compelled to react due to a multitude of issues that surround this article including whoContinue reading “Official Statement by Iranian Americans for Liberty in Reaction to a Recent Article Written by a Member of NIAC”

Iranian Dissidents Are Victims of the Islamic Republic’s Campaign of Censorship and Threat; Their Personal Safety Is at Stake

By Ahura Niknafs Last month, an Iranian-American university professor was contacted by his employer’s compliance office informing him of a complaint made by an individual who wished to remain anonymous due to “fear of retaliation.” That person claimed he/she felt “threatened” because the Professor had liked a Tweet that featured a short satiric video clipContinue reading “Iranian Dissidents Are Victims of the Islamic Republic’s Campaign of Censorship and Threat; Their Personal Safety Is at Stake”

Official Statement by Iranian Americans for Liberty on Threatening E-mails Sent by the Iranian Regime to American Voters

October 22, 2020 On Wednesday, October 21, 2020, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that the Islamic Republic regime in Iran was responsible for a series of emails sent to intimidate US voters ahead of the November 3 presidential elections. The ominous emails allegedly instructed registered Democratic voters to “change your affiliation to Republican” andContinue reading “Official Statement by Iranian Americans for Liberty on Threatening E-mails Sent by the Iranian Regime to American Voters”

The Practicalities of US Reconciliation with Iran

The Point Is … EPISODE 1 By Potkin Azarmaher Successive US administrations have assumed by approaching the “moderate” faction in Iran, they can change the theocratic regime’s behavior, or reach a deal with it. Was Obama on the right path to seek closer ties with the Iranian regime, or is the US rapprochement with theContinue reading “The Practicalities of US Reconciliation with Iran”

Are Iranian Regime Agents Masquerading as Journalists in the US?

Concocted hysterics, characteristic of radical left, is seemingly the preferred modus operandi for the Iranian regime to accomplish its mission, at least in the US. Radical talking heads – turned journalists turned “analysts” amplify the regime’s rhetoric to the extreme and furnish podium to higher-ranking mouth pieces like Javad Zarif and spread their stream of disinformation

The Quincy Institute: American Foreign Policy As Conceived By Tehran

By Sophie Baron and Kaveh Taheri Last year, a new American foreign-policy think-tank called the Quincy Institute was established in Washington, DC. The think tank describes its mission as “laying the foundation for a new foreign policy centered on diplomatic engagement and military restraint….to bring together like-minded progressives and conservatives and set US foreign policy on aContinue reading “The Quincy Institute: American Foreign Policy As Conceived By Tehran”

Iranian Americans Must Not Allow the Regime to Use Partisan Politics to Divide Them

Partisanship is part of the American political culture, but the Iranian American community have a unique responsibility to understand that our differences can become a target for exploitation by regime’s predators.