Iranian Resistance leader discusses Iran sanctions and November election on “The Ray Hanania Show” on live Radio Wednesday
Member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile will assess the impact of the November 3 Presidential election on the campaign to replace Iran’s religious dictatorship with Democratic institutions on The Ray Hanania Show on Live Detroit Radio Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. The US is pursuing sanctions to force Iran to abandon its support of terrorism and violence. Ali Safavi will discuss progress to bring Democracy to the people of Iran
Ali Safavi, a member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile will be the guest Wednesday Oct. 14, 2020 on “The Ray Hanania Show” on WNZL AM 690 Detroit Radio to discuss how America must confront Iran’s tyrannical government.
The weekly radio show focuses each week on American election and political issues and is sponsored by the Arab News Newspaper, the Middle East’s leading English-language newspaper.
Safavi and Hanania will discuss how the upcoming American General Elections on Nov. 3, 2020 will impact the campaign to bring regime change to Iran’s Ayatollah-run dictatorship and replace it with a Democratic government. What are the challenges? Have the current sanctions worked? Should there be more sanctions?
Safavi is a member of Iran’s Parliament in Exile, National Council of Resistance of Iran. A sociologist by career, Safavi studied and taught at UCLA, California State University Los Angeles and University of Michigan from 1972 until 1981. He was an activist during the anti-Shah student movement in the 1970s in the United States.
“The Ray Hanania show” is broadcast live on Detroit radio WNZK AM 690 on the US Arab Radio Network every Wednesday through November and on the 2nd Friday of every month. It is hosted by Ray Hanania, an award-winning former Chicago City Hall reporter and columnist who currently writes on Middle East issues as the U.S. Special Correspondent for the Arab News Newspaper.
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