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Presidential Elections in Iran – Time to Focus on Reality

As Iranians prepare for the presidential elections in May, one can be sure that propaganda will be increased to persuade them to focus on the big western enemies, out there “to get them”, and not on the gloomy reality of

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

Sports Illustrated Iran Style

Recently, a few occurrences demonstrated to the public that Iran’s idea of freedom and of international sports is very different to the accepted norm. Starting with the Darya Safai’s tweet, which stated in short form the gloomy reality: “Dorsa Derakhshani ,

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Politics

Creation of a wide un-united front against Iran?

Only recently we devoted a column to the Swedish bowing and curtsying to Iran, which we called betrayal of western values – bowing to Iranian gender discrimination. Turned out that despite all the Swedish kowtowing, they still got the cold

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Betrayal of Western Values – Bowing to Iranian Gender Discrimination

The Swedish delegation’s visit to Iran, obediently adorning headscarves, was reported by different media outlets and received attention from various Human rights organizations.  Rightly so. Although, the full scope of the significance of this affair has not been emphasized enough.

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Financial Sanctions, Media Coverage

Released from the EU Constraints – May Free to Speak about Iran

It is quite amazing to see former EU leaders speak about Iran once they are released from the EU constraints. In a speech in Philadelphia, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, warns of Iran’s “malign influence in

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

The Iranian People Have a Voice

Over the recent period, we have witnessed two public events in Iran, during which the people of Iran have raised their head and their voices in protest. It takes courage to do so under a regime, where if you raise

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage

“Relative Moderation” and “Relative Morality”

The one coined as the “dark prince”, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, died. His death was mourned by many western outlets, terming him a “moderate” and a “reformer”. It seems that when it comes to Iran, everything is relative. Even universal

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage
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