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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Iran plane crash: Wreckage, bodies found

PayvandNews – Search and rescue teams finally managed to find the wreckage of a plane that crashed into the Dena mountain range, southwestern Iran, on Sunday, recovering bodies of some of the victims, ISNA news agency reported. The ATR aircraft with 66 passengers and crew on board went missing and due to bad weather conditions search for finding the wreckage …

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Security forces try to discredit the Gonabadi Dervishes by blaiming them for the death of 3 police officers

On the night of February 19th, at 18:38 CET, official new sites in Iran with the connection to Sepah release the news that one of the Gonabadi Dervishes has rammed into the riot police killing 3 police officers and injuring plenty more. The driver is identified to be Mohammad Salas, one of the Gonabadi Dervishes participating in previous peaceful protest earlier in the …

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Iran’s Suppression of December 2017 Unrest Marked by Brutal Violations of Law

CHRI – New Briefing Details Beatings and Deaths of Detainees, Intimidation of Families, Denial of Due Process The state crackdown that effectively crushed the protests that erupted across Iran in late December 2017 was marked by an unusually high degree of violence and disregard for the law, according to a new briefing by the Center for Human Rights in Iran …

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What Trump needs to know about Iranians

Al-Monitor – Ever since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the implicit goal of US strategy toward Tehran has with rare exception been to subvert the Iranian political system. Under President Donald Trump, regime change has been adopted as official policy. Trump’s approach has been twofold: to increase sanctions and other pressures to weaken Iran while countering its defensive capabilities and regional …

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Shi’ite Shrine At Persepolis Sparks Row Over Iran’s Heritage

RFL/RE – With more than 10,000 religious shrines dotting Iran to mark where descendants of Shi’ite Islam’s most revered imams are said to have been buried, many of them go unnoticed.   By Golnaz Esfandiari, RFE/RL The ancient ruins of Persepolis is one of Iran’s 22 UNESCO World Heritage sites. (file photo by Islamic Republic News Agency) With more than …

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Gonabadi Sufi Dervishes are continued to be violently attacked in what is already becoming known as the genocide of the Gonabadi Dervishes

The iron grip of the Security forces of Sepah in Iran is increasing as more and more reports are coming from Iran describing what is becoming vastly know as the genocide of the Gonabadi Sufi Dervishes. Today, 20th of February, the Pasdaran area in Tehran and especially around the street of Golestan 7th, the residence of Dr. Noor Ali Tabande, the …

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