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Iran’s New ‘Smart’ Project Proposes Vaccine QR Codes for Offices and Supermarkets

Iranwire – In Iran a project entitled “Smart Covid Management” project is under way, purporting to lay the foundations for a post-pandemic return to normal life. Since February 2020, when the coronavirus outbreak in Iran was confirmed, many such initiatives have been launched in a bid to control the pandemic (quite often prefaced with the word “smart”), including night-time curfews and the …

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Clerical regime executes woman in northern Iran prison

Iran-HRM – The authorities carried out the hanging execution at dawn on Tuesday, December 14, 2021. The woman, identified as Masoumeh Zarei had been imprisoned for seven years on the charge of murder. It is reported that one of the prison guards were willing to put the noose around her neck. Therefore, she had to wait for hours by the …

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Fatemeh Aslani Executed for Murder in Isfahan

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Fatemeh Aslani who was sentenced to qisas(retribution-in-kind) for murder, has been executed in Isfahan Central Prison. According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, a woman was executed in Isfahan Central Prison on the morning of December 19. Her identity has been established as Fatemeh Aslani from Sehr Forouzan city and she was sentenced to qisas for murder. …

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Iran Human Rights Strongly Condemns Political Prisoner Heydar Ghorbani’s Execution

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO) – Kurdish political prisoner, Heydar Ghorbani who was sentenced to death on charges of baghy (armed rebellion), has been executed in Sanandaj Central Prison while according to his lawyer, Heydar “never confessed to being armed or using a weapon and there is no evidence to suggest otherwise.” Heydar was executed without notice to his family and lawyer, and …

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The West and Its Old Illusion – Are economic relations and trade effective tools with which Western democracies could persuade totalitarian states to introduce reforms that could lead to democratization? [T]he question is back… to encourage the Biden administration to give Iranian mullahs what they want in the hope that they might mend their ways. These days one reads op-eds and pseudo-research papers presenting Iran …

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