Iran Continues its Many Human Rights Abuses

Navid Felker 17 March 2018

 by Navid  Felker

The late Asma Jahangir, in her last report in August 2017, as Special Rapporteur to the UN, was very concern about the human rights situation in the Islamic Republic of Iran.

When compared to to the year before the alarming and deteriorating situation in Iran was revealed. Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, have documented
a similar trend in human rights violations in Iran.

Iranian protesters are determined for regime change

Navid Felker 16 March 2018

by Navid  Felker
As the new year approaches in Iran, the people are renewing their calls to the government for more freedom.
At the end of last year and the beginning of this year, the West heard news about the protests that were spreading across the whole country.

Terrorist Training Camps in Iran

Editor 16 March 2018


The book details how Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps trains foreign fighters in 15 various camps in Iran to export terrorism. The IRGC has created a large directorate within its extraterritorial arm, the Quds Force, in order to expand its training of foreign mercenaries as part of the strategy to step up its meddling abroad in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Bahrain, Afghanistan and elsewhere…

Human Rights Watch criticises Iran over abuse of protesters

Editor 15 March 2018

by Staff writer, SF
Human Rights Watch has decried IRan for its treatment of a religious minority that has been peacefully protesting for the release of its imprisoned members and defending the house of their leader.

The human rights organisation reports that over 300 members of the Dervish Muslim community were arrested in late February after the Iranian authorities violently tried to break up a peaceful protest, which had been organised after a crackdown on the religious order.

News of Secretary of State Tillerson’s departure rocks the Arab world

Azita Carlson 15 March 2018

by Azita Carlson
When US President Donald Trump announced that his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was being fired and replaced by the Central Intelligence Agency chief Mike Pompeo, rumours started flying about in all directions.
Iran, in particular, has come to a conclusion about what this will mean for the future of the 2015 nuclear agreement. They believe that the departure of an official that supported the United States staying in the deal with someone who has openly criticised it will spell trouble for the Islamic Republic.

Iranian official says US will leave the nuclear deal following sacking of US Secretary of State

Atousa Pilger 15 March 2018

by Atousa Pilger
The deputy foreign minister of Iran declared earlier this week that the sacking of the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is a clear indication that the United States is set on pulling out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

President Donald Trump announced in a message on Twitter on Tuesday this week that Rex Tillerson would be replaced by Mike Pompeo – the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

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