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Trump Again Criticizes Iran Nuclear Deal, Asks Israel To ‘Hold Back’ On Settlements

RFL/RE — U.S. President Donald Trump has again vowed to keep Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and has criticized the landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers. Speaking at a February 15 news conference alongside visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump also criticized statements at the United Nations and other international bodies that he said were treating …

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Iran: 15 Prisoners Executed

Iran Human Rights –  Iran Human Rights has received reports of 15 executions in Iran, three of the prisoners were hanged on Monday, while twelve of them were hanged yesterday. Twelve prisoners hanged at Karaj’s Rajai Shahr Prison (northern Iran): According to close sources, the twelve prisoners were executed on the morning of Wednesday February 15. Six of the prisoners …

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Revolutionary Guards Try to Silence US-Based Iranian Dissident by Arresting Her Sister

Iranhumanrights.org – Leila Haghighatjou, the sister of Fatemeh Haghighatjou, an outspoken critic of the Islamic Republic, was arrested by the Revolutionary Guards to intimidate the former member of Parliament, an informed source told the Campaign for Human Rights in Iran. “The reality is that they want to put Fatemeh’s sister, Leila, under pressure to force Fatemeh to stop her activities …

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Opposition Leader’s Son: Khamenei and Rouhani Are Responsible for Extrajudicial House Arrests

Iranhumanrights.org – The son of Iranian opposition leader Mehdi Karroubi, who has been detained under house arrest without trial since 2011, told the Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that ultimate responsibility for the situation lies with Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, whose “personal decision” resulted in the extrajudicial act. Mohammad Taghi Karroubi, who spoke to the Campaign from London on …

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Intelligence Ministry Violently Arrests Teenage Ethnic Arab Activist in Khuzestan

Iranhumanrights.org – Ali Kab-Aomair, a 17-year-old ethnic Arab activist, has been held incommunicado since he was violently arrested on February 8, 2017 by agents of the Intelligence Ministry in Ahwaz, Khuzestan Province (southwestern Iran). The agents, who broke Kab-Aomair’s arm while arresting him, were watching Kab-Aomair for at least a month before they detained him, his cousin told the Campaign for Human …

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