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NUFDI to State: Pressure Belgium on Iran Terrorist Treaty

Washington, DC – NUFDI once again expresses our sincere concerns about threats to Iranian activists living in the United States and the broader Iranian American community posed by the dictatorship in Iran. After recent news of the Belgian government’s proposed adoption of a prisoner exchange treaty, including with the Islamic Republic, our constituents, members of

Jahan-Parvar Joins Advisory Council

NUFDI is proud to announce that esteemed economist Mohammad R. Jahan-Parvar, Ph.D. is joining the organization’s Advisory Council. He joins other leaders across the Iranian-American community in advising on NUFDI’s ongoing and expanding activities. NUFDI President Dr. Saeed Ganji commented: “Dr. Jahan-Parvar’s excellence in the world of economics is a true asset to our community

Islamic Republic Moves Ahead with Executions Amid Nationwide Protests

NUFDI Policy Director Cameron Khansarinia was quoted in The Foreign Desk by  Lisa Daftari: According to Cameron Khansarinia, policy director at the National Union for Democracy in Iran (NUFDI), “one of the central stories of the Iranian national epic, the Shahnameh, is that of Zahhak a non—Iranian dictator who takes power in the country and

Iran Renews Threats To Assassinate Mike Pompeo

NUFDI’s Cameron Khansarinia quoted in the Washington Free Beacon: Cameron Khansarinia, policy director at the National Union for Democracy in Iran, an Iranian-American organization that supports democracy, told the Free Beacon that Iran’s warnings are not rhetorical. “The Islamic Republic has made its decades-long chants of ‘Death to America’ more specific by calling for the murder

A potentially fatal missed opportunity on Iran

NUFDI Policy Director Cameron Khansarinia quoted in the Jewish News Syndicate. As Cameron Khansarinia, the policy director of the National Union for Democracy in Iran (NUFDI), wrote to me recently, “One of the most important ongoing international developments the world is ignoring is the Iranian people’s brave movement for democracy. They are fighting, empty-handed, for

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