Sunday, 15 October 2017 13:21
Iran’s propaganda during its negotiations on the nuclear agreement around three years ago was based on claims that the deal will lead to peace in the region and end the long row. Unlike what’s commonly known about it, Tehran expanded its propaganda to include Iranian communities outside Iran, most of whom have not been in harmony with the regime ever since the revolution erupted.
Some figures who defended the nuclear deal in favor of the Iranian regime actually oppose the latter. This unfamiliar reconciliation between the two opposing parties was intriguing so I inquired about it. Some commended the influence of the Iranian lobby while others said the reconciliation was a result of the former American administration’s pressure on opposing parties. Of course some believe the opposition supported the deal although it was against the regime.