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Iranian Regime Greatest ‘Obstacle’ To Its Own Sanctions Relief

Things were looking up for US-Iranian relations this month. First, The Wall Street Journal reported that Washington had agreed to buy 32 tons of heavy water – a “key component in atomic-weapons development” – in order to encourage Iran to

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Nuclear Crisis, Iranian Politics, Media Coverage, Mohammad Javad Zarif

Iran Marks Human Rights Day with More Human Rights Violations – What Else?

World Human Rights Day, marked annually on December 10, came and went last week without much incident, not least in Iran – at least if the mainstream English-language press is anything to go by – although Iran’s ongoing, flagrant rights

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Posted in Human Rights, Media Coverage

Time To Demand A ‘Human Rights Deal’ With Iran

Now that the nuclear deal with the P5+1 is a reality, Iran is already ushering in a new era of cooperation with the West – at least in some areas. Aviation, tourism, business, regular and increased flights to and from

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

Breaking The Fast in Iran- Eid Mobarak

“According to the Iranian regime’s Penal Code, the punishment for eating during Ramadan is from ten days to two months in prison or 74 lashes.” (National Council of Resistance of Iran)

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Posted in Human Rights, Iranian Politics
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