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Tehran’s Imam wears IRGC uniform during prayer, threatens US, Israel

Al-Arabia – The Imam of Tehran Friday prayers, Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Movahedi-Kermani condemned on Friday the United States’ move of labelling the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization. During his Friday prayer the cleric wore the military uniform of the IRGC in support of the Iranian force, condemning the US decision saying: “All the Iranian people …

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Iranians Rally Protesting US Move Against Guard Force

VOA — Burning American and Israeli flags, Iranians rallied after Friday prayers against the U.S.’s decision to designate the country’s powerful Revolutionary Guards as a foreign terrorist organization. Protesters burn a mock U.S. flag during a rally against the U.S. decision to designate Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards as a foreign terrorist organization, in Tehran, Iran, April 12, 2019. Thousands of …

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EU’s Collusion with Iran

gatestoneinstitute – The main purpose of the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) is to ensure that Europe — and potentially third countries — can continue doing business with the mullahs in Iran without risking US penalties for contravening US sanctions. EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini seems strongly committed to ensuring that Iran — and Europe — continue …

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Juvenile Offender Executed in Iran

Iran Human Rights (IHR) – According to confirmed information received by IHR, a juvenile death row prisoners identified as Abolfazl Naderi was executed in September 2018 at Arak’s Central Prison. Abolfazl is the seventh juvenile offender being executed by the Iranian authorities in 2018. IHR can confirm information about the execution of Abolfazl Naderi, a juvenile offender who was arrested …

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Prominent Human Rights Defender: Iran is Intensifying Crackdown on Activism to Stifle Dissent

CHRI – The Iranian government and judiciary are intensifying a nationwide crackdown on civil society and beyond, as well as most forms of activism, to stifle any form of dissent, Abdolkarim Lahiji, a prominent Iranian human rights attorney now based in France, told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI). In a wide-ranging interview conducted by phone on April …

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