Ken Blackwell: Bring The Voice of The Iranian People Into Our Iran Policy

Best-selling author and a visiting professor at the Liberty University School of Law and contributing editor for Ken Blackwell, published a recent article titled “Let’s Bring The Voice of The Iranian People Into Our Iran Policy.”

“Keep your eyes on Paris on June 13,” Blackwell explain, “you will witness to a powerful demonstration of opposition to Tehran’s clerical regime.”  The Middle East has been making headlines lately, and much of the press does not focus enough on the Islamic Republic and it’s hand in a number of regional conflicts, in addition to its long-standing support for Middle Eastern terrorist groups.

On June 13, a rally organized by the Iranian Diaspora in support of the opposition National Council of Resistance of Iran will be held in Paris and is enormously relevant to questions about how Western policymakers should be dealing with the Islamic Republic during this complex time.

“Given the prominence of discussions about Iran and its consequences, I think it will be wise to seek out all the news coverage that one can find of the event. It will be wise to familiarize yourself with Maryam Rajavi’s ten-point plan for the future of Iran, and listen to exiled Iranians’ as well as American politicians’ impassioned pleas for an end to the legitimization of terrorism and human rights abuses that emanate from the Tehran Ayatollahs. And if you agree with the message you find there, please let your representatives know that you expect them to listen to the voices of the Iranian people before making any further policy decisions in dealing with the Iranian regime.”



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