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Why Khamenei Changed The Guards’ Commander And What It Means

Radiofarda – Who is the new chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) and why did Iran’s Supreme Leader decide to appoint a new leader now? Why did he choose Hossein Salami instead of another senior officer? These are questions that three prominent Iranian analysts have answered on Radio Farda’s Persian website. Hossein Salami, they say is a …

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Brian Hook: Countries can either work with US or Iran, but not both

Al-Arabia – The United States has denied the Iranian regime over $10 billion in revenue and expect that number to increase dramatically, US Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook told Al Arabiya English after Washington declared it would start ending waivers to Tehran’s oil customers. Hook also said that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates share a lot of …

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Saudi Arabia welcomes US move to end all Iran sanction waivers

Al-Arabia – Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Dr. Ibrahim al-Assaf on Tuesday welcomed a US decision to end all Iran sanction waivers by May, saying it was a necessary step to halt Tehran’s “destabilizing” policy in the region. “Saudi Arabia fully supports this step taken by the United States as it is necessary to force the Iranian regime to end its …

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Sufi Woman Beaten by Inmate in Gharchak Prison

CHRI – Sufi political prisoner Sima Entesari was beaten by an inmate who claims she was promised a case review if she carried out the attack, a source with detailed knowledge of the event informed the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI). “One of the prisoners convicted of drug-related offenses initially got into an argument with Ms. Entesari,” said …

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Court Of Appeal Upholds Deportation Of Human Rights Attorney Mohammad Najafi

Iran-HRM – An appeals court upheld a 13-year prison sentence of human rights attorney Mohammad Najafi who was jailed in 2018 after voicing support for people detained during anti-government protests, the state-run IRNA news agency reported on Sunday, Aril 14, 2019. Mohammad Najafi was sentenced in December to 10 years for “conveying information to a hostile country” through interviews with …

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