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Iran Atrocities Tribunal on November 2019 Massacre: A Major Step towards Seeking Justice

CHRI — The Iran Atrocities Tribunal (or “Aban Tribunal”), an independent People’s Tribunal held in London to investigate the killing and wounding of thousands of protesters by state security forces in Iran in November 2019, and which has just completed five days of hearings, is a major step forward in documenting this unprecedented crime by the Iranian state, the Center for …

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IRGC Syria commander removed ‘upon request from Assad’

Al-Monitor – Until a few weeks ago, he was among the strongest men in Syria — if not the strongest — but Javad Ghaffari’s last battle in the war-torn country was this time with no one other than the ruling elite he came to the country to defend. “He became a liability,” an official Syrian source told Al-Monitor on condition …

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IOPHR’s statement regarding the recent threats and psychological warfare by Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Cyber army against Mrs. Beheshti

Shabtabnews – In a statement IOPHR declared that, members of IOPHR, in particular Mrs. Sharman Beheshti, who have made tireless and continuous efforts to combat falsehood and shed light on the deceptions that the Iranian security apparatus use to govern Sufism through the establishment of Gonabadi Sufi sect in Iran, for the second time in recent months, have been the …

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Iran invites UN nuclear watchdog chief to Tehran for talks

Al-Arabia – Iran has invited the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency for talks after the UN official expressed concern over a lack of contact with Iranian authorities, Tehran said Monday. For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or via the app. UN nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi “has been invited” to Tehran and a visit …

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Aban Tribunal: Witnesses Say Regime Agents, Not Protesters, Burned the Banks

Iranwire – From the very beginning of the November 2019 protests, senior Iranian regime members including then-President Hassan Rouhani denounced those who took part as “rioters”. The idea that civilians were acting violently, and also damaging public property, became a key justification for the lethal crackdown that was then enacted by security forces. The claim that protesters were setting fire to banks has …

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