How to combat the growing influence of the terrorist regime of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Washington.

Mahdi
3 min readSep 26, 2022

Call to Action: We kindly ask you to participate in our efforts to combat the terrorist regime that has taken Iranian hostage since 1979. Last week “morality police,” I know it sounds pretty f**king bizarre, in Iran killed a 22 years old woman named Mahsa Amini. She was detained and brutally murdered for not complying with the mandatory coverings required for a woman in Iran. Since Mahsa’s murder, mass protests have broken out across Iran, and the government has resorted to killings innocent protestors. The Islamic Republic is a regime run by terrorists; their laws are backward and downright from the stone age. This regime has no place in our modern society. There is no excuse to allow members of this brutal regime to be present on American-made social media platforms or for them or their children to travel to democratic nations and pretend to support democratic values. Please help us get our message across to our state representatives. We were hoping you could call your state representatives and let them know you are dissatisfied with the level of action taken against the monsters of the Islamic Republic and their mules in the United States. They are working around the clock whitewashing the crimes of this heinous regime. We have provided a step-by-step guide for you in this document. Please follow the steps below, call your representative’s office, and use the talking points included. Thank you for being so helpful. We Iranians, love and appreciate you. ❤

Step 1: Please call your desired representative’s office. I have included numbers for North Dakota representatives below. If you are from a different state, you can find the contact information for your representatives and senators using this website.

Once the webpage loads, simply enter your zipcode in the box marked with the red arrow and click the search button.

Kelly Armstrong — House of Representatives — Office Phone: 202–225–2611

Kevin Cramer — U.S. Senator — Office Phone: 202–224–2043

John Hoeven — U.S. Senator — Office Phone: 202–224–2551

Step 2:

Identify yourself by stating your name, occupation, and that you are a constituent. Ask for a legislative Assistant.

Indicate that you are worried about the growing influence of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s regime lobbyist in Washington. Mention the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) and how they use false pretenses of human rights to lobby for a terrorist regime and manipulate our foreign policy to push for deals with a regime that does not respect democracy or the United States values.

Indicate that you would like to see NIAC get banned from being able to lobby in Washington and that you would like to see legislation introduced that restricts the cooperation of U.S. representatives and senators with political organizations backed by terrorist regimes such as the Islamic Republic.

Step 3: Feel proud of yourself because you have just taken a step towards preserving democratic values. 👊🏼

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