Over 30 protesters injured In Iran following death Of Hijab victim

At least 33 people, including several teenage girls, have been injured as security forces attacked people protesting the death of a young woman in the custody of hijab police. According to the Hengaw Human Rights Organization, a Kurdish rights group, on Sunday an 18-year-old man lost one of his eyes after being hit with shot … Continue reading Over 30 protesters injured In Iran following death Of Hijab victim

Iranian women defy the Islamic regime by removing their headscarves in protests over police custody death

Mahsa Amini died on Friday, four days after her arrest for allegedly breaking hijab-wearing rules. At her funeral, videos show women protesting by taking off their headscarves and waving them in the air.Police responded by firing tear gas at protesters and making arrests, per reports. Protests erupted on Saturday at the funeral of a 22-year-old … Continue reading Iranian women defy the Islamic regime by removing their headscarves in protests over police custody death

PUBLIC MORALITY POLICE: Iranian woman suffers heart attack and brain seizure, falls into a coma after arrest

A young Iranian woman is in a coma and fighting for her life after being arrested in Tehran by the Islamic republic's morality police, campaigners said Thursday. The Islamic hijab has been compulsory for women in Iran since shortly after the 1979 Islamic revolution ATTA KENARE AFP The woman, named as Mahsa Amini, 22, was on … Continue reading PUBLIC MORALITY POLICE: Iranian woman suffers heart attack and brain seizure, falls into a coma after arrest

IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL: Will Biden administration repeat history without paying a price?

Iran wants a deal on its nuclear program 'as soon as possible,' but doesn't want to be trapped into a bad deal, according to an advisor to its negotiatiing team. U.S. President Joe Biden's administration has been trying to resurrect the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, named the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which was … Continue reading IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL: Will Biden administration repeat history without paying a price?

SATANIC VERSES: Salman Rushdie’s attacker pleads not guilty

The man accused of stabbing Sir Salman Rushdie pleaded not guilty on Saturday to charges of attempted murder and assault, in what a prosecutor called a “pre-planned” crime, as the renowned author of The Satanic Verses remained in hospital with serious injuries. A lawyer for Hadi Matar entered the plea on his behalf during a formal hearing … Continue reading SATANIC VERSES: Salman Rushdie’s attacker pleads not guilty

Iran denies offering missiles to Russian officials amid Ukraine war

The White House says Russian officials have visited an airfield in central Iran at least twice in recent weeks to view weapons-capable drones it is looking to acquire for use in its ongoing war in Ukraine. The administration released the intelligence as President Joe Biden gets set to meet on Saturday with leaders of six … Continue reading Iran denies offering missiles to Russian officials amid Ukraine war

Will US recognition of Taliban be a game changer?

The stunning disclosure late Tuesday in Brussels that the United states is working on a “road map” for according recognition to the Taliban Government will take a lot of people by surprise but it could have been expected sooner rather than later. The US has a consistent record of rethinking its strategies once it realises … Continue reading Will US recognition of Taliban be a game changer?

Iran: Former Central Bank Governor sentenced to prison

The former governor and several former officials in Iran’s central bank have been sentenced to prison for illegal practices in managing the country’s tumultuous foreign currency market under United States sanctions. Valiollah Seif, who led the troubled central bank for almost five years until his sacking in July 2018, was sentenced to 10 years in … Continue reading Iran: Former Central Bank Governor sentenced to prison

Why China is expanding espionage activities in the Middle East

China has hacked multiple public and private sector groups of Israel in an attempt to gain business interests, a local media report said on Tuesday. The Chinese cyberattacks have been doing the same thing in Iran, Saudi Arabia and a variety of other countries. The massive cyberattack appears to be part of a long-term spying … Continue reading Why China is expanding espionage activities in the Middle East

The implications of America’s decision to rejoin Iran deal

Iran will continue to look for targets "not only in Israel but all over the world" if it gets its hands on hundreds of millions of dollars through a renewed nuclear deal, Danny Danon, the former ambassador from Israel to the United Nations, said on Newsmax Monday. Danny Danon "Maybe the administration wanted to send … Continue reading The implications of America’s decision to rejoin Iran deal

Amnesty: Iran’s Raisi should face trial for crimes against humanity

'That Ebrahim Raisi has risen to the presidency instead of being investigated for the crimes against humanity of murder, enforced disappearance and torture, is a grim reminder that impunity reigns supreme in Iran,' says Amnesty International. Ebrahim Raisi Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said Ebrahim Raisi's election as Iran's new president was a blow for … Continue reading Amnesty: Iran’s Raisi should face trial for crimes against humanity

NO-WAY-IRAN: UK protests new charges against Zaghari-Ratcliffe

New charges of "propaganda against the system" made by Iran against British-Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a week after she finished serving a five-year sentence, are "unacceptable", Britain says. It is unacceptable that Iran was pursuing a second case against British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, British foreign minister Dominic Raab has said. "It is unacceptable that … Continue reading NO-WAY-IRAN: UK protests new charges against Zaghari-Ratcliffe