Public Page


Joined on October 10, 2012

Never gotten over the fact that Obama was able to send $1.7 Billion Dollars in CASH to Iran and nobody in Congress, the FBI or Justice called for an investigation!—President Trump
Relying on the rights of nations to self-determination, we the undersigned demand a referendum, under the supervision of the United Nations, so that the Iranian nation can choose its form of government, thereby discharging its responsibility for its future and alleviating the current crises through collective and effective effort.—Nasreen Sotoudeh, Shirin Ebadi, Narghes Mohammadi, Payam Akhavan, Jafar Panahi, Mohsen Sazegara, Moh
How glorious and meaningful it would be if these young women held the key to the liberation of this land from tyranny. I can barely contain myself with excitement and joy.—Hossein Vahdani
Imagine the message this sends to democracy activists in Iran and around the world. It says that the tyrants who victimize them at home can simply go to America, shed the militant garb, get a close shave, and recycle themselves as respectable scholars. The case of Hossein Derakhshan also shows how blanket immigration decisions about a place like Iran can be both ineffective and deeply flawed.—Roya Hakakian and Daniel Jafari
Please publicly clarify whether you knew about Hossein Derakhshan links to Iran regime when you offered him [Harvard] fellowship. Now that you know, explain your refusal to withdraw.—Farnaz Fassihi, Senior Writer for The Wall Street Journal
President Obama failed to act as the Iranian people took to the streets in 2009. He turned a blind eye as Iran built and tested dangerous missiles and exported terror. He curried favor with the Iranian regime in order to push through the disastrously flawed Iran nuclear deal....Today, I am waiving the application of certain nuclear sanctions, but only in order to secure our European allies’ agreement to fix the terrible flaws of the Iran nuclear deal. This is a last chance. —President Trump
Iranian regime cyber thugs are attacking Iranian activists. They report them on social media such as Facebook and Twitter to have their accounts suspended so that they can't inform the world of #IranProtests. Beware and let the world know.—Reza Parchizadeh
So-called moderate @HassanRouhani gov’s response to peaceful protests: block apps, cut Internet, jam satellites, kill 20+ & arrest 4000 more. Now news of 3 deaths in prison. Iranians are united seeking accountability & expecting @FedericaMog + #Europe to join them. #IranProtests—Prince Reza Pahlavi
Inspired by the heroism & bravery of the peaceful protesters in #Iran. We must stand by the Iranian people as they seek freedom from tyranny.—Ivanka Trump, assistant to US president
In Qom, the most religious city in Iran, anti government protesters chant: “The King of Iran, come back to Iran”—Rudi Bakhtiar‏