Islamic Iran Participation Front or Jebheye Mosharekate Iran-e Eslaami, جبهه مشارکت ایران اسلامی is an Iranian reformist political party led by Mohammad-Reza Khatami. The party was established in 1998 with the slogan "Iran for all Iranians."

In 2004, Mohammad-Reza Khatami, along with other party leaders such as Elaheh Koulaei, Mohsen Mirdamadi, and Ali Shakouri-Rad were barred from standing in the 2004 Iranian Majlis election by the Council of Guardians. In 2005 the party supported Mostafa Moin in the presidential election.

Islamic Iran Participation Front's Central Council Members elected in July 2004:

Mohammad-Reza Khatami
Karim Arghandepour
Zohreh Aghajari
Majid Farahani
Hadi Ghabel
Saeed Hajjarian
Mahmoud Hojjati
Safdar Hosseini
Hamid Reza Jalaeipour
Jalal Jalalizadeh
Hossein Kashefi
Nasser Khaleghi
Hadi Khaniki
Ali Asghar Khodayari
Elaheh Koulaei
Mohsen Mirdamadi
Akram Mosavvarimanesh
Rajab Ali Mazrouei
Mohammad Naeimipour
Fatemeh Rake'i
Abdollah Ramezanzadeh
Ali Shakouri-Rad
Ahmad Shirzad
Mohammad Ali Sa'daei
Davoud Soleymani
Mohammad Hossein Sharifzadegan
Saeed Shariati
Saeed Shirkavand
Mostafa Tajzadeh

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