Posts From IACN-CAL

June 3, 2018 On May 8th, President Trump pulled US out of the nuclear deal (also known as JCPOA) with Tehran and announced the return of sanctions, for Iran to comply whole-heartedly with the spirit of the agreement. General Electric

May 8, 2018 PRESIDENT TRUMP: My fellow Americans, Today, I want to update the world on our efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. The Iranian regime is the leading state sponsor of terror. It exports dangerous missiles,

BY JON GAMBRELL Associated Press    |   April 29, 2018 DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Iran is destroying or redeveloping the sites of mass graves holding those executed in a 1988 wartime purge that killed as many as 5,000 people, a report

Bloomberg    |    By Golnar Motevalli     |   April 18, 2018 “Solving the banking crisis is the priority for us now.” Ahmad, who runs an advertising agency in a busy commercial district of Tehran, has given up trying to get a business

This activist says Iranians want to eliminate the position of supreme leader. The West can help. By Eli Lake April 5, 2018 Shirin Ebadi, Iran’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning human rights lawyer, has had enough. For years she represented her country’s dissidents

Sacramento, CA; March 22, 2018 – This week, bipartisan members of Californian State Senate and Assembly joined Iranian American Community members at the State Capital to celebrate the Iranian New Year (Nowruz).  Iranian American Community of Northern California President, Ahmad

March 7, 2018 You know, on occasions such as this, it is customary when you begin to speak to say it is a pleasure to be here. It’s sort of a standard opening. But to come to the Nowruz celebration

Nowruz 2017

 

Happy Nowruz

HAPPY NOWRUZ INVITATION Join us to celebrate the Persian New Year “Nowruz”   California State Capitol 10th & L Street Room 125 Sacramento CA, 95814 Wednesday, March 21, 2018 | 11:30 am -1:30 pm Lunch & Pastry will Be Served

Reporters Without Borders   –   February 13, 2018 On the 39th anniversary of the Iranian revolution, Reporters Without Borders (RSF reiterates its condemnation of the regime’s harassment of journalists and citizen-journalists. Thirty-nine years after the revolution, as young men and women