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Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

Iranian restrained plane in Argentina exposes regime’s nefarious Latin American agenda

Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

Paraguayan authorities announced the pilot was a member of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Quds Force, just days after Argentina grounded an Iranian plane and seized the passports of its crew members.

 

While Tehran likes to portray itself as an anti-American pillar in the new unipolar world order, gaining influence and strengthening its foothold in the Americas is about more than flexing political muscle. Gholamreza Ghasemi, a member of the extraterritorial Quds Force, is believed to be a relative of the regime’s current interior minister, Ahmad Vahidi, who is wanted by Interpol for his role in the 1994 AMIA bombing.

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The retirees and Social Security Organization pensioners have previously held weekly rallies, but this is the first time they have gathered for several days in a row. Despite the regime's heavy security measures, the protests continue.

Iran: Retirees and shop owners continue to hold anti-regime protests

The retirees and Social Security Organization pensioners have previously held weekly rallies, but this is the first time they have gathered for several days in a row. Despite the regime's heavy security measures, the protests continue.

The retirees and Social Security Organization pensioners have previously held weekly rallies, but this is the first time they have gathered for several days in a row. Despite the regime’s heavy security measures, the protests continue.

 

On Wednesday, June 15, Social Security retirees and pensioners took to the streets for the ninth day in a row to protest the government’s destructive policies and lack of response to their unmet demands regarding low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Tehran, Ahvaz, Dorud, Kermanshah, Shush, and other cities have reported protests. Retirees and pensioners have been staging regular protests as their living conditions worsen due to the deteriorating economy, rising inflation, and skyrocketing prices of food staples such as bread, milk, dairy products, eggs, poultry, and cooking oil.

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"The arrest and conviction of Mr. Sadeghi and Ms. Mosanna, as well as the seizure of Mr. Sadeghi's property, appear to be justified for their family affiliation with an alleged member of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK)," the four UN Rapporteurs said.

4 UN Rapporteurs issue a letter calling Iran’s regime to protect the rights of political prisoners

"The arrest and conviction of Mr. Sadeghi and Ms. Mosanna, as well as the seizure of Mr. Sadeghi's property, appear to be justified for their family affiliation with an alleged member of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK)," the four UN Rapporteurs said.

“The arrest and conviction of Mr. Sadeghi and Ms. Mosanna, as well as the seizure of Mr. Sadeghi’s property, appear to be justified for their family affiliation with an alleged member of People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK),” the four UN Rapporteurs said.

 

Four UN Rapporteurs wrote to Iran’s clerical regime, alleging that two political prisoners, Fatemeh Mosanna and her husband, Hassan Sadeghi, had their rights violated. The four UN Rapporteurs addressed Ebrahim Raisi’s government, giving them a 60-day deadline to respond to violations of the two political prisoners’ right to property and housing. According to UN rules, this letter, dated April 7, 2022, was made public and published on the UN website after a two-month delay.

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26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

Iran: 26 members of the Bahai minority sentenced to 85 years in prison

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29.

 

26 Bahai citizens, including 14 Bahai women, were sentenced to 85 years in prison, exile, and deportation by the First Branch of the Shiraz Revolutionary Court on May 29. In addition, for the next two years, these individuals must report to the provincial Intelligence Department on a daily basis. Each of the defendants, Yekta Fahandej Saadi, Lala Salehi, Bahareh Nowrouzi, Rezvan Yazdani, and Mojgan Gholampour, received a five-year sentence. Their passports have been revoked for two years, and they are unable to leave the country.

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During negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil fieldDuring negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil field

Regime’s crescent contract: another corruption case at the expense of the Iranian people

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime's seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime's judiciary.

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime’s seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime’s judiciary.

 

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Crescent Petroleum are involved in a gas contract dispute. Negotiations began in 1997 and ended in 2001 with an ambiguous joint agreement. They agreed that for the next 25 years, the regime will transport Iranian gas from the Salman oil and gas field, which it shares with the UAE. Many of the regime’s media outlets have reported on a large amount of bribery in this case over the last few years, claiming that the Iranian people are suffering losses due to the extremely low price of the sold gas.

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the Greek foreign ministry as "piracy," and there have been calls for Tehran to be held accountable for its maritime terrorism.

Iranian regime seizes two Greek oil tankers in a new act of maritime terrorism

the Greek foreign ministry as "piracy," and there have been calls for Tehran to be held accountable for its maritime terrorism.

The Greek foreign ministry is “piracy,” and there have been calls for Tehran to be held accountable for its maritime terrorism.

 

In apparent retaliation, the Iranian regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) seized two Greek oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. However, all evidence on the ground supports this brazen piracy, which is consistent with Tehran’s extortion campaign. The seizure of the tankers was described by The Prudent Warrior, a Greek-owned vessel that was boarded by IRGC forces on Friday. Delta Poseidon is the name of the second ship.

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According to state media, 29 people have died, 37 have been injured, and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble. Locals, on the other hand, claim that the actual number of casualties is much higher.

Regime’s crackdown on Abadan protesters prompt others Iranian cities to demonstrate

According to state media, 29 people have died, 37 have been injured, and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble. Locals, on the other hand, claim that the actual number of casualties is much higher.

According to state media, 29 people have died, 37 have been injured, and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble. Locals, on the other hand, claim that the actual number of casualties is much higher.

 

Citizens took to the streets in Abadan for the fourth night in a row on Saturday, May 28, to show solidarity with the grieving families of the victims of the collapsed Metropol twin towers and to express their outrage at the regime’s 43 years of misery, crimes, mismanagement, and massacres. According to state media, 29 people have died, 37 have been injured, and dozens more are still trapped beneath the rubble. Locals, on the other hand, claim that the actual number of casualties is much higher.

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To prevent reports of anti-regime protests from reaching the outside world, regime authorities are disrupting and/or completely shutting down the internet in a number of provinces.

Iran: Growing Concerns Among Officials as Major Protests Loom Over Sharp Increase of Prices

To prevent reports of anti-regime protests from reaching the outside world, regime authorities are disrupting and/or completely shutting down the internet in a number of provinces.

To prevent reports of anti-regime protests from reaching the outside world, regime authorities are disrupting and/or completely shutting down the internet in a number of provinces.

 

Tense atmospheres have been reported by activists in cities all over Iran. To prevent reports of anti-regime protests from reaching the outside world, regime authorities are disrupting and/or completely shutting down the internet in a number of provinces. Despite these measures, citizens are finding ways to send reports and footage of widespread protests and clashes between angry locals and regime forces in many cities, particularly in Khuzestan’s southwest province.

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Every UN Special Rapporteur who attempted to investigate Iran's human rights situation after the revolution in 1979 has followed a common fate.

Iran will be Visited by UN Special Rapporteur to Assess the Country’s Human Rights Situation

Every UN Special Rapporteur who attempted to investigate Iran's human rights situation after the revolution in 1979 has followed a common fate.

Every UN Special Rapporteur who attempted to investigate Iran’s human rights situation after the revolution in 1979 has followed a common fate.

 

On May 8, UN Special Rapporteur on Iran, Prof. Alena Douhan, will visit the country to assess “the negative impact of unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights.”While no foreign national, ordinary citizen, researcher, or official has ever visited without strict state surveillance and orchestration, a UN rapporteur’s tour, especially with the human rights label, is ironic in the extreme.


 

Every UN Special Rapporteur who attempted to investigate Iran’s human rights situation after the revolution in 1979 has followed a common fate. Andrés Aguilar (1984–1986) resigned as Tehran continued to sabotage his job.

 

(1986–1995), who “learned the lesson” and followed the mullahs’ rules, managed to visit Iran three times between 1990 and 1992. Despite the fact that the massacre in 1988 occurred while he was in charge, he preferred loyalty to duty, and after his third visit, he was barred from returning to Iran, and some of those who had spoken with him were killed by the authorities.

 

Reynaldo Galindo Pohl ,Despite the fact that the massacre in 1988 occurred while he was in charge, he preferred loyalty to duty, and after his third visit, he was barred from returning to Iran, and some of those who had spoken with him were killed by the authorities.Despite the fact that the massacre in 1988 occurred while he was in charge, he preferred loyalty to duty, and after his third visit, he was barred from returning to Iran, and some of those who had spoken with him were killed by the authorities.

Reynaldo Galindo Pohl, Despite the fact that the massacre in 1988 occurred while he was in charge, he preferred loyalty to duty, and after his third visit, he was barred from returning to Iran, and some of those who had spoken with him were killed by the authorities.

 

The UNCHR appointed Canadian lawyer Maurice Copithorne as Special Rapporteur after Galindo Pohl resigned. On April 22, 2002, the UNCHR decided that Mr. Copithorne’s reports on Iran’s human rights were unnecessary and voted to terminate his mandate, while Mohammad Khatami continued to promise reforms and the Western appeasement policy toward Iran flourished. Mr. Ahmed Shaheed (2011-2016), Mrs. Asma Jahangir (2016–2018), and Mr. Javaid Rehman (2018-) have never visited Iran, much less assessed the impact of anything on the country’s human rights.

 

Tehran continued to sabotage his job. Reynaldo Galindo Pohl (1986–1995), who "learned the lesson" and followed the mullahs' rules, managed to visit Iran three times between 1990 and 1992.

Tehran continued to sabotage his job. Reynaldo Galindo Pohl (1986–1995), who “learned the lesson” and followed the mullahs’ rules, managed to visit Iran three times between 1990 and 1992.

 

If Tehran really wanted to help people, it could easily do so by opening bank accounts for officials and investing the multibillion-dollar fortunes of its vast cartels into the country’s economy.

If Ms. Douhan intends to make a real change, she ought to insist on visiting the Mostazafan Foundation, Setad Ejraiye Farman Emam, Astan Quds Razavi, Foundation of Martyrs and Veterans Affairs, and its affiliate Kowsar Economic Organization, Barakat Foundation, Alavi Foundation, Fifteen Khordad Foundation, Housing Foundation of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation, Khatam-al-Anbiya Headquarters, etc.

 

Ms. Douhan's eleven-day managed tour inside Iran is unlikely to produce any eye-opening reports for the world, unless she joins her colleagues who have been declared persona non grata by Tehran, as history has demonstrated.Ms. Douhan's eleven-day managed tour inside Iran is unlikely to produce any eye-opening reports for the world, unless she joins her colleagues who have been declared persona non grata by Tehran, as history has demonstrated.

Ms. Douhan’s eleven-day managed tour inside Iran is unlikely to produce any eye-opening reports for the world, unless she joins her colleagues who have been declared persona non grata by Tehran, as history has demonstrated.

 

While Iranian officials live in opulent villas and palaces and send their children to Western countries, some Iranians are forced to sell their body parts and babies in order to survive. According to Forbes, the number of high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) in Iran increased by 21.6 percent in 2020, far outpacing the global average of 6.3 percent. The wealth of these dollar millionaires grew at a 24.3 percent annual rate.”

On April 23, the Secretariat of Iran’s National Council of Resistance (NCRI) issued a statement in which it “strongly condemned the clerical regime’s manipulation of UN bodies” and demanded an investigation into the regime’s recent massacres and crimes.

 

As the country faces unprecedented inflation and soaring prices for basic commodities, which state officials are now openly warning about, Tehran will try to use Ms. Douhan's visit to blame the misery on international sanctions.

As the country faces unprecedented inflation and soaring prices for basic commodities, which state officials are now openly warning about, Tehran will try to use Ms. Douhan’s visit to blame the misery on international sanctions.

 

While Iran reaped the benefits of the 2015 nuclear deal’s sanctions relief, millions of Iranians took to the streets to protest rising prices in January 2018. After rejecting all ruling factions, Iranians demanded regime change.

Since 2018, major uprisings have rocked the regime’s foundations. The Iranian people continue to chant, “Our enemy is right here; saying it’s America is a lie.”

Tehran will try to blame Ms. Douhan’s visit on international sanctions as the country faces unprecedented inflation and soaring prices for basic commodities, which state officials are now openly warning about.

 

 

 


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The appeasement policy and refusal to hold Tehran accountable for its crimes at home and abroad had effectively created

Iran: Int’l Community must put an end to Tehran’s Impunity

The appeasement policy and refusal to hold Tehran accountable for its crimes at home and abroad had effectively created

The appeasement policy and refusal to hold Tehran accountable for its crimes at home and abroad were effectively created.

 

For years, the world has known about Iran’s human rights violations, but international condemnation and even sanctions against the regime have failed to change Iranians’ lives. The appeasement policy and refusal to hold Tehran accountable for its crimes at home and abroad had effectively created systemic impunity for Iranian government officials, and even those caught up in terrorist attacks knew how to safely return home.


 

However, things began to shift in 2018. Assadollah Assadi, the Iranian regime’s second-in-command in Austria, was arrested in Germany for planning a bomb plot against the Free Iran Rally in Paris. He was tried by the Belgian judiciary and sentenced to 20 years in prison. Due to his active role in the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran, Hamid Noury, a former prison guard, was apprehended in Sweden in 2019 and charged with murder and war crimes. The majority of those imprisoned were members and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK), Iran’s main opposition group.

The Swedish prosecutors highlighted Noury’s role as a henchman in the 1988 genocide during the closing days of the trial, citing the shocking testimonies of MEK supporters and members who had survived the massacre, as well as the prisoners of Marxist groups. The prosecutors have requested that Noury be sentenced to life in prison.

The trial of Noury and his inevitable conviction could be considered a watershed moment in the Iranian Resistance and people’s “Justice Seeking Movement.”

The trial of Noury and his inevitable conviction could be considered a watershed moment in the Iranian Resistance and people's "Justice Seeking Movement."

The trial of Noury and his inevitable conviction could be considered a watershed moment in the Iranian Resistance and people’s “Justice Seeking Movement.”

 

This movement, founded in 1988 by Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi and revived in 2016 by opposition president Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, calls for the arrest of all criminals involved in the crime, including the regime’s current president Ebrahim Raisi.The Iranian regime is now attempting to overturn the court’s decision through extortion, sensing the serious consequences of Noury’s trial. As the Stockholm court prepared to announce Hamid Noury’s verdict by mid-July, the Iranian regime played its final card: the execution of Ahmadreza Jalali, a Swedish Iranian national who had been held captive in Iran since 2016.

Jalali will be hanged on May 21 on charges of “espionage for Israel,” according to the semi-official ISNA news agency. While on an academic visit to Iran in April 2016, Jalali, a disaster medicine doctor, and researcher, was arrested. His detention, like that of the other dual nationals, is part of Tehran’s extortion strategy.

On Twitter, Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde said, “Sweden and the EU condemn the death penalty and demand that Jalali be released.” “This is something we have repeatedly told Iranian officials. Iran has been contacted.”

 

the execution of Ahmadreza Jalali, a Swedish Iranian national who had been held captive in Iran since 2016.

The execution of Ahmadreza Jalali, a Swedish Iranian national who had been held captive in Iran since 2016. His detention, like that of the other dual nationals, is part of Tehran’s extortion strategy.

 

This isn’t the first time that Iran’s ruling theocracy has used blackmail as a diplomatic tactic. The regime did the same when Tehran’s diplomat-terrorist, Assadollah Assadi, was about to be sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2020. The famous Iran hostage crisis ushered in the mullahs’ rule in 1979, and hostage-taking quickly became their modus operandi.

Dual nationals have long been used as a scapegoat by Iran’s ruling theocracy to achieve its nefarious goals. To put it another way, Tehran intends to save Noury and stymie the Justice Seeking Movement by any means necessary.

“Another point to consider is that the United States cannot conduct military operations against Iran… If the United States attacks Iran, expect us to capture 1,000 Americans in the first week, for which they will have to pay a billion dollars each. On July 13, 2015, former IRGC Chief Mohsen Rezaei told Iran’s state-run television that “this plan may solve many of our economic problems, but I suggest they don’t think about it.”

To stop the mullahs’ blackmailing, European and international awareness is required, followed by firm action. When Tehran is punished for its terrorism and human rights violations, the world should see how firmness works out. The trial and conviction of Noury are significant, but they are only the first step. Europe must demand greater accountability and hold criminals like Raisi accountable.

 

 

 

 


 

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