Three Iranian university students have been lashed in public in the city of Shahrekord after bogus accusations of selling and drinking alcoholic beverages, according to a report received.
The three, all studying Management at Shahrekord Azad University, were convicted of charges trumped up by regime officials, classmates said. Continue reading Three students lashed in public in Iran
For the clerical regime ruling Iran and the Iranian people and their resistance, 2013 proved to be one of the most eventful years since the overthrow of Shah’s dictatorship, and witnessed the severest confrontation yet between the two on all fronts. The past 12 months have now set the stage for a year of decisive and momentous developments in 2014.
The year 2013 began with a great and worsening economic crisis for the clerical regime. The country’s official currency went on an unchecked free fall and sanctions imposed on a corrupt and degenerated political and economic infrastructure brought the country to the verge of bankruptcy. Unemployment was over 20% with soaring inflation hitting an unprecedented 50%. Continue reading Iran: A look back at 2013
For the clerical regime ruling Iran and the Iranian people and their resistance, 2013 proved to be one of the most eventful years since the overthrow of Shah’s dictatorship, and witnessed the severest confrontation yet between the two on all fronts. The past 12 months have now set the stage for a year of decisive and momentous developments in 2014. Continue reading Iran: A look back at 2013
While the Iranian regime faces crises within its own ranks and on the international front, in order to prevent uprisings from erupting in Iran, it has resorted to public executions and propagation of fear and terror in the streets.
The clerical regime ruling Iran executed at least 9 people in cities across Iran on Monday and Tuesday.
According to other sources, 6 prisoners condemned to death in Gohardasht prison have been transferred the solitary to carry out their sentences. Continue reading Mullahs intensify executions in Iran
The wave of barbaric executions has continued in the New Year in Iran. From January 6 to 12, the Iranian regime hanged 19 prisoners.
It hanged seven prisoners in cities of Urumiyah, Salmas and Mashhad. Ahmad Shafiegh Khani. One of the four prisoners collectively hanged in Urumiyah was only 19-years-old at the time of his arrest. Continue reading Iran: 19 executed in one week, including minors
By Christopher Booker, Source:The Telegraph
Jack Straw told Radio 4’s Today programme on Friday how he and four other MPs had been visiting Tehran to see for themselves what grounds for hope were now being opened up by the new Iranian regime under President Hassan Rouhani. Mr Straw admitted that of course he hadn’t spoken to any “dissidents”, who might have told him about the 600 Iranians hanged this year, two-thirds of them since the “moderate reformer” Mr Rouhani took office. Continue reading Christopher Booker: Why is Jack Straw so wrong on Iran?
The Iraqi forces under the command of Iraqi Prime Ministry climbed to the top of the walls of the camp housing Iranian opposition members in Iraq, covertly filming and taking pictures of various sections of the camp for reconnaissance purposes in the evening, on Saturday, 10 January 2014.
The Iraqi forces who climbed the walls in various flanks of the Camp Liberty, are commanded by Major Ahmed Khozair, a criminal member of Iraqi Intelligence who in the past four and a half years has played the highest role in suppression of Iranians in Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty. Continue reading Iraq: Maliki forces spy on Iranian dissidents, intensify seige