Farzad Farahani is "the Los Angeles-based half-brother of the U.S. leader of the exile Iranian political party," the Constitutionalist Party of Iran (CPI) in the United States of America, "which is closely tied with" Amir Abbas Fakhravar, Laura Rozen wrote November 13, 2006, in The American Prospect. Farahani is also an "officer of the party", which "favor[s] a constitutional monarchy" in Iran. 
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Ronald Hilton, "Iran: Los Angeles. Is a Den of Iranian Intrigue and Ambition," WAIS/Stanford University, April 16, 2005.
- "Petition to end torture in Iran's prisons," Ghazalomid.com, October 2006.
- Laura Rozen, "Iran Hawks Reorganize. Meet the Iran Enterprise Institute. Its name might sound familiar," The American Prospect, November 13, 2006.