Reza Pahlavi says America should help Iranians who oppose the regime.
It's been an agonizing week for Iranian patriots. On Monday, Washington's ambassador to the U.N., John Bolton, suggested that if Iran's ruling clerics abandon efforts to make nuclear weapons, they can remain in power. Thursday brought another jolt, when U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that the U.S.
In the name of God, the Supreme Goodness
In the names of Love, Iran and Freedom
Iran is my land. Although her name has espoused history since ever, the world has forgotten her since 27 years ago. Nowadays, my country’s name is back on everyone’s lips for a threat, bigger than ever, emanating from the idiocy of those theocrats who govern us, is hanging above us all. A looming menace that, with
Today is the second and final round of the 9th Presidential Elections of the Islamic Republic in Iran. No matter what the result, the people already know two things.
First, their votes are unlikely to be counted correctly in the official results. This is based on the statement of the Minister of State, who is responsible for the elections. He said that fraud in the second round is
Los Angeles -- The son of Iran's last shah, Reza Pahlavi, denounced Tehran's looming presidential polls as "theatrics" as he launched a hunger strike to support political prisoners of the Islamic regime.
In an interview with AFP, Pahlavi called for a boycott of next week's polls organized by the Iranian government that toppled his father in a 1979 revolution that sent the imperial
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