Cameron Khansarinia quoted in Washington Free Beacon
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Cameron Khansarinia quoted in the Jewish News Syndicate
NUFDI Policy Director Cameron Khansarinia joined Manoto TV’s newsroom to discuss the Congressional investigation into Instagram’s censorship of Iranian pro-democracy activists and the Iran protests.
NUFDI’s Cameron Khansarinia on “Mideast News Hour” The people of Iran have been in a near-continuous revolt against the regime since 2017. Yet, the United States—and particularly the Democratic Party—has ignored them. For the past three weeks, people from all walks of life in Iran have once again taken to the streets to call for
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, said social media is critical to the Iranian protest movement. “Iranian protesters are fighting a multifront war: first and foremost against regime thugs on the street firing live ammunition,
NUFDI Policy Fellow Navid Mohebbi joined Iran International’s news bulletin to discuss the Congressional investigation NUFDI is supporting into Meta’s censorship of Iranian pro-democracy activists and protesters.
NUFDI Policy Director Cameron Khansarinia joined the VOA Persian service in front of the former Iranian Embassy to discuss the ongoing Iran Protests and the role the diaspora can play in supporting the people of Iran.
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‘A Pathetic Slap in the Face’: Dissidents Blast Biden’s Tepid Support for Iranian Protesters
NUFDI’s Cameron Khansarinia quoted in the Washington Free Beacon: Cameron Khansarinia, policy director at the National Union for Democracy in Iran, a pro-human rights Iranian-American organization that supports democracy, said the Biden administration’s hesitance to actively support protesters is helping the hardline regime remain in power. He and other activists say the administration’s tepid response
Washington, DC — Since 1979, the regime in Iran has violently oppressed the LGBTQ+ community, executing more than 6,000 LGBTQ+ persons. While Iranian-Americans live in a world where they can freely be who they are, Iranians in the LGBTQ+ community in Iran continue to flee the dictatorship and its arrests, torture, and execution. As Pride
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NUFDI Virtual Conference on the Limited Coverage of Iran Protests in the American Media
Read the full article in VOA Persian.