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Monthly Archives: September 2022

Iran Says Ready to Cooperate With IAEA, But ‘Has Rights’

VOA – Iran Monday expressed a readiness to cooperate with the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog, saying that while the country does have obligations, “it also has rights.” Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani told reporters that Iran “expects constructive actions” from the International Atomic Energy Agency and its governing board. The board begins meetings Monday on a range of worldwide nuclear …

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IRGC intelligence tortures Baluch juvenile detainee threatens him with death

Iran-HRM – The Intelligence Department of the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Intelligence Ministry have tortured Maziar Shah Bakhsh, a Baluch juvenile detainee, and threatened to execute him. Maziar Shah Bakhsh was transferred from the Correctional and Rehabilitation Center of Zahedan to the detention center of the IRGC Intelligence on August 30, 2022. He was tortured under interrogation to …

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Iran Human Rights Condemns Violent Crackdown of Anti-Death Penalty Protests/Calls for Domestic and International Support

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – For the sixth day in a row, families of death row prisoners and civil rights activists gathered outside the Judiciary building in protest against the hike in executions. Protesters were beaten and arrested in violent crackdowns at two locations today. Calling for an immediate halt to the executions and the unconditional release of protesters, Iran …

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Ramezan Jafarzadeh and Mohammad Mohammadi-Ghaed Executed in Shiraz

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Ramezan Jafarzadeh and Mohammad Mohammadi-Ghaed were executed for drug and murder charges in Shiraz Central Prison. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, two men were executed in Shiraz Central Prison on September 7. Their identities have been established as Ramezan Jafarzadeh and Mohammad Mohammadi-Ghaed who were both arrested around two years ago. Ramezan …

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Hassan Agha Mohammadi Executed for Murder in Isfahan

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Hassan Agha Mohammadi, a 27-year-old man, was executed in Isfahan Central Prison today. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, a man was executed in Isfahan Central Prison on September 11. His identity has been established as 27-year-old Hassan Agha Mohammadi from Minadasht who was sentenced to qisas (retribution-in-kind) for murder. According to informed sources, he …

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Albania Suffers 2nd Cyberattack, Blames Iran

VOA -Albania has suffered a renewed cyberattack, the country’s interior ministry said Saturday, blaming Iran which Tirana also accused of an earlier assault on its digital systems. “The national police’s computer systems were hit Friday by a cyberattack which, according to initial information, was committed by the same actors who in July attacked the country’s public and government service systems,” …

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Europeans Doubt Iran’s Intentions in Nuclear Talks, Sparking Tehran’s Ire

VOA — France, Britain and Germany on Saturday said they had “serious doubts” about Iran’s intentions to revive a nuclear deal, comments that were rejected by Tehran and called “very untimely” by Moscow. Earlier this month, Iran sent its latest response to the European Union’s proposed text to restore the 2015 agreement under which Tehran had restrained its nuclear program in …

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Iran Deal – Reportedly “Off the Table” – Would Not Have Prevented a War

gatestoneinstitute.org – In spite of the opposition from US allies in the Middle East as well as many US Congressman — both Democrats and Republicans — the Biden administration appeared determined to reward the ruling mullahs of Iran whose policies and ideology are anchored in “Death to America” and “Death to Israel”. The Biden administration seemed to hope that if …

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