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Monthly Archives: May 2022

Qatar’s Emir to visit Iran, Iranian foreign ministry confirms

Al-Arabia – Qatar’s Emir will visit Iran soon, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh confirmed on Monday during a news conference. “The visit of the Emir of Qatar to Tehran is on the agenda and includes bilateral, regional, and international issues. After this trip, Iran’s President will travel to a Gulf country,” Khatibzadeh said. Citing a source, Reuters reported on …

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Mossad’s Antics are Mortifying for the Islamic Republic

Iranwire – From the outside, it’s come to look of late as if Israel’s intelligence agency has been tasked with an additional mission: humiliating officials of the Islamic Republic. On Saturday, April 30, Israeli media outlets reported that Mossad had apprehended and interrogated -an Iranian national – inside Iran, no less – who was leading a plot to kill three individuals. The …

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Iranian Media: Syrian President Meets Iranian Leader in Tehran

VOA — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad visited his closest regional ally Iran on Sunday for talks with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, during which both leaders called for stronger ties between Tehran and Damascus, Iranian state media reported. Assad, who was making his second trip to Tehran since the start of Syria’s war in 2011, also met Iranian President Ebrahim …

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Scheduled Execution of Ahmadreza Djalali: Europe Must Make Consequences of Killing a Hostage Clear to the Islamic Republic

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – The international community, European countries with diplomatic relations with Iran in particular, must make the serious consequences of executing Ahmadreza Djalali clear to Islamic Republic officials. In recent days, Iranian state media have reported that Iranian-Swedish death row prisoner, Dr Ahmadreza Djalali will be executed by May 21, in just over 10 days.  Reports say that …

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Yousef Naderi and Abolfazl Hassan Moradi Executed in Qom Central Prison

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Two death row prisoners, Yousef Naderi and Abolfazl Hassan Moradi were executed in Qom Central Prison yesterday. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, two men were executed in Qom Central Prison on the morning of May 7. Their identities have been established as 40-year-old Yousef Naderi and Abolfazl Hassan Moradi, around 50 years …

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Political Prisoner could become paralyzed from lack of proper medical care

Iran-HRM – Iranian political prisoner Leila Chegini could become paralyzed if Iranian authorities continue to refuse to deprive her of access to essential medicines prescribed by doctors. She has been detained in Nowshahr Prison in uncertain status. She has been on hunger strike since April 27, 2022, to protest her lengthy uncertain status and the inhumane pressures and restrictions imposed …

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Iran Mullahs Escalate Threats Against Jews, Biden Administration Appeases Mullahs Even More

gatestoneinstitute.org – These US rewards to Iran for terrorism, destabilizing the region, treating its own people with brutality and cheating on 2015 nuclear deal would significantly increase Iran’s revenues; these, in turn, will doubtless be funneled into the pockets of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the Quds Force and their militia and terror groups including Hamas, the Houthis and …

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EU Iran nuclear talks coordinator to visit Tehran amid stalled talks

Al-Arabia – The European Union’s Iran nuclear talks coordinator Enrique Mora is to visit Tehran on Tuesday, the semi-official agency Nour News reported on Saturday, as talks to revive Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers have stalled. “This trip could be seen as a new step in constructive consultations on the few but important issues that have remained in …

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As Bread Costs Skyrocket In Iran, So Does The Risk Of Social Unrest

RFL/RE – A dramatic rise in the price of flour in Iran is leading to concerns that the authorities’ recent decision to end subsidies for imported wheat could come at the cost of social unrest.Since the Iranian government ended subsidies for imported wheat on May 1, the cost of flour has soared by around 500 percent and is expected to …

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After Shopping Trip Scandal, Leaked Recording Details Speaker’s Other Dodgy Visits to Turkey

Iranwire – Iran’s current Speaker of Parliament and ex-Mayor of Tehran travelled to Turkey in the past to support Ghasem Soleimani and the IRGC’s Quds Force, a hardline senior cleric has revealed. Mehdi Taeb, head of the pro-IRGC propaganda outfit the Ammar Headquarters and brother of Hossein Taeb, who oversees the IRGC’s Intelligence Organization, made the remarks in a leaked audio file published by …

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