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Monthly Archives: October 2021

USCIRF Releases Factsheet on China’s Measures on the Management of Religious Clergy

Shabtabnews – The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom released the following new report: China Factsheet – This factsheet provides an overview of the new Chinese government Measures on the Management of Religious Clergy and their adverse impact on religious freedom in China. Issued in February 2021 and effective in May 2021, these new measures are part of a …

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Turkmen-Iranian Relations Warm Ahead Of Winter

RFL/RE – Turkmenistan might be getting one of its natural-gas customers back. Turkmen Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov was in Tehran from October 26-28 for a meeting of the foreign ministers from the countries bordering Afghanistan plus Russia. Meredov used the opportunity to meet with Iranian officials to discuss a very important bilateral issue – Iran’s importing natural gas from Turkmenistan. …

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At G-20, US, Europe Urge Iran to Return to JCPOA Compliance

VOA —Leaders of the U.S., Germany, France, and the UK warned Tehran that its continued nuclear advances and obstacles to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s work will jeopardize its return to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, JCPOA, also known as the Iran nuclear agreement. Meeting on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Rome, Italy on Saturday, German …

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Child Bride Soheila Abedi at Imminent Risk of Execution in Sanandaj

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) Child-bride Soheila Abedi is at imminent risk of execution in Sanandaj Central Prison for the murder of her husband. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, 32-year-old Soheila Abedi who is currently held at the women’s ward of Sanandaj Central Prison was sentenced to qisas (retribution-in-kind) by Branch One of the Sanandaj Criminal Court for the murder …

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Political Prisoner Khaled Zamani Serving 30 Years for Giving Directions

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Political prisoner Khaled Zamani is serving his 13th year of a 30 year moharebeh (enmity against god) sentence in Yazd Central Prison for “giving directions to two villages.” There are currently five prisoners on security charges in Yazd Central Prison. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, political prisoner, Khaled Zamani from Khoy, has been behind …

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China: A Dicey Ideological Shift

gatestoneinstitute.org – The Chinese economy has become subject to the classical rules of capitalism. This means cyclical boom and busts that do not coincide with the political needs of an ideology-based regime. It also means the emergence of a large middle class that, sooner or later, is bound to question the monopoly of power by a single party even if …

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The EU’s Dangerous Policy Towards Iran’s Mullahs

gatestoneinstitute.org – The EU also made many concessions to Iran, such as agreeing to include in the nuclear deal sunset clauses enabling the mullahs soon to have as many nuclear weapons as they like. Meanwhile, the EU, which never stops moralizing to other countries about how they should be conducting themselves, has turned a blind eye to credible reports regarding …

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The Role of Iran’s Palestinian Mercenaries

gatestoneinstitute.org – Hamas and PIJ, it seems, want to continue receiving funds and weapons from Iran, but they do not want to be seen by Arabs and Muslims as mercenaries serving Iran’s interests in the Middle East. Hamas and PIJ want the Palestinians and the rest of the Arabs and Muslims to believe that their only goal is to “liberate …

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Iran Hit With Yet Another Cyberattack Likely Conducted By Foreign Country

Iranwire – Analysts say a cyberattack earlier this week that disrupted the sale of subsidized fuel in Iran appears to be the latest in a series of cyberstrikes between Tehran and its rivals.The incident, which led to chaos and criticisms of Iran’s preparedness for cyberthreats, is seen as a warning to the Islamic republic. It came ahead of the second …

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