NIAC & Trita Parsi Factbook
    • NIAC lost defamation lawsuit and was punished for legal abuses

      In 2008 NIAC filed a defamation lawsuit against one of its critics to silence him. In 2012 a court dismissed the case and punished the NIAC and its president, Trita Parsi, for lying to the court, withholding and concealing documents and other abuses. In February 2015, the court of appeals upheld...

      Read More

    • NIAC defrauded the Congressional funds

      Examination of NIAC’s internal documents released during a defamation lawsuit suggests that this organization has violated the rules governing Congressional funds. NIAC’s actions deserve a full congressional investigation.

      Read More

    • Trita Parsi and NIAC's relation with Iranian ambassador Zarif

      In 2006 the Iranian nuclear file was referred to the UN Security Council and international pressure notably from the US administration mounted against Iran. The Iranian regime launched a campaign to establish contacts with anti-Bush politicians and exploit Political Divisions in Washington over...

      Read More

    • NIAC Defrauded IRS, did not report lobbying

      Court documents show that Trita Parsi and NIAC violated lobbying laws and filed fraudulent tax returns. While Parsi had been engaged in lobbying since 1997 and NIAC had extensively lobbied since 2006, they continued to report zero percent lobbying in their tax returns until November 2009, when...

      Read More

    • NIAC Collaborated With Agents of Iranian Intelligence Ministry

      A December 2012 report prepared by the Pentagon names two individuals as Iranian Intelligence Agents. NIAC worked with them and enlisted their help in organizing a Congressional briefing. NIAC also worked with the editor of Iran Interlink, identified to be run by Iranian intelligence service

      Read More

    • Enduring alliance: NIAC joint lobby with US Corporations

      NIAC's main lobby partner in the U.S. has been the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC), representing large US corporations and its lobbying arm USA*Engage. NIAC's internal emails and documents show their joint lobby in Congress to oppose US sanctions against Iran

      Read More

    • Pro-Tehran lobby and anti-Israeli crusade

      Parsi’s book and statements depict Israel as the main hurdle preventing rapprochement between Iran and the US. Parsi presents himself as the champion of anti-AIPAC crusade, a David versus Goliath. His campaign to blame Israel is a key part of his lobby for a friendlier US policy toward Tehran and...

      Read More

    • NIAC's partners in Iran: Iran's economic mafia and regime associates

      Since 1999 when Parsi and Namazi from "Atieh group" proposed creation of Iranian-American lobby in US, NIAC and Atieh have been working together to lobby in Washington against sanctions. Atieh is a Tehran based business conglomerate that has multiple ties to the regime and helps foreign...

      Read More

    • Bob Ney, Trita Parsi and pro-Tehran activities in Washington

      Corrupted and convicted Congressman Bob Ney was bribed by two Iran related businessmen and helped them to buy a VIP airplane for Iranian leaders. Ney was Trita Parsi's boss and his close ally for 10 years. Together, they lobbied in Congress for friendlier policy with Iran and removal of sanctions

      Read More

    • Iran’s 2003 Grand Bargain Offer, Bob Ney and Trita Parsi's role

      Public and court documents show that Parsi and his boss Bob Ney played a key role in this affair that was designed to manipulate US administration, lift the pressure off the Iranian regime and push the US government to dismantle the Iranian opposition group

      Read More

    • Trita Parsi's role in Iran-US secret meetings

      NIAC and its president Trita Parsi arranged several meetings between Iranian and US officials including Iranian Vice Presidents and Ahmadinejad's chief of staff. Parsi participated in these meetings that took place in Europe and the US

      Read More

There are no articles in this category. If subcategories display on this page, they may contain articles.

Additional information