Cameron Khansarinia, POLICY DIRECTOR Andrew Ghalili, SENIOR POLICY ANALYST A recent letter signed by 32 members of the Israeli Knesset (parliament) supporting ethnic separatism in Iran caused concern among Iranians across the political divide who viewed it as an attempt to violate Iran’s territorial integrity. The letter appeared to many opponents of the Islamic Republic
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The United States is reportedly considering offering the Islamic Republic a new, “interim” agreement that would lift some sanctions on the regime in exchange for Tehran freezing parts of its nuclear program. Though Israeli officials familiar with the matter told Axios that regime officials “have so far rejected the idea,” this development suggests the Biden
NUFDI Policy Fellow Navid Mohebbi spoke to the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) on the ongoing protests in Iran.
NUFDI Policy Fellow Navid Mohebbi joined the Middle East Forum to discuss the Islamic Republic’s threats against protesters at home and exiled dissidents abroad.
NUFDI’s Cameron Khansarinia spoke to the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) on the potential revival of the JCPOA and why so many Iranians and Iranian-Americans oppose both it and the Islamic Republic.
Two years ago the Islamic Republic in Iran massacred more than 1,500 peaceful protesters in massive anti-regime protests known as Aban. To explain the Aban protests, their significance, and how the movement has grown, NUFDI produced the below video. Featuring special interviews with former US government officials including State Department Spokesperson Morgan Ortagus, Deputy National Security