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Monthly Archives: July 2021

Can Republicans In Congress Stop Biden’s Negotiations With Iran?

iranintl.com – Biden Administration officials have indicated they could be only weeks away from returning to a JCPOA-like deal with Iran. That return would immediately provide the Iranian regime with access to around $90 billion in foreign exchange reserves currently frozen by U.S. sanctions, and would permit Iran to freely export oil and petrochemical products, allowing the regime to generate …

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Iran to return to oil markets as soon as sanctions lifted, says Zanganeh

(Reuters) – Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Friday he told an OPEC+ meeting that Iran would return to the markets swiftly if U.S. sanctions are lifted, regardless of decisions made by the producer group. “At this meeting, we spoke about Iran’s return to the market, and I said that any decision which is made does not affect our …

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Who is Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei?

nufdiran.org – On Thursday, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei officially designated Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei as Iran’s next Chief Justice, a role currently occupied by president-elect Ebrahim Raisi. In a virtual decree, Khamenei recognized Mohseni-Ejei’s “deep knowledge and brilliant record as a judge.” In reality, Mohseni-Ejei has a long and bloody record of egregious human rights violations.  From 1986 to 1988, Mohseni-Ejei served as the Representative …

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IOPHR Statement in Support of the Nationwide Strikes in Iran

Shabtabnews – In a statement IOPHR expressed support for nationwide strikes in Iran by stating: ” the IOPHR would like to point out that considering the fact that the regime of the Islamic Republic has worked to thwart strikes and prevent legal rights of Iranians to strike, the officials of this system can never be relied on as the arbitrator …

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US ‘beyond fed up’ with Iran-backed Houthis: State Department

Al-Arabia – The United States is “beyond fed up” with the Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen, the State Department said Thursday, in the latest sign of Washington’s frustration amid efforts to halt the yearslong war. The Yemeni militia has escalated its offensive on Marib, and this continues to exacerbate the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, State Department Spokesman Ned Price said during a briefing. …

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Iranian MP: Criticizing Digital Rights Bill is “Sabotage”

Iranwire – The chairman of the Iranian parliament’s Cultural Committee has doubled down on a controversial bill that could see more restrictions imposed on Iranians’ internet access. Speaking at Azad University on Thursday night, Morteza Aghatehrani told those present that he viewed the 130,000 social media posts against the new digital law one day as an act of “sabotage”. He added: “We will …

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What Will Post-Revolutionary Iran Look Like?

nationalinterest.org – It would be foolish to believe that the Islamic Republic is permanent. What might Iran become should the Islamic Republic fail?by Michael Rubin Iran’s 42-year-old Islamic Republic is facing an existential test. Transition looms as Iranians discuss what might occur after the death of 82-year-old Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, Iran’s dictator for more than three decades.  The importance of hardline Judiciary …

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