Following the appointment of hardline cleric Ahmad Jannati as head of Iran’s Assembly of Experts, media outlets loyal to the two rival factions have both been seen claiming victory. Mouthpieces of Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei are speaking of delivering a severe blow to his main adversary, former Iranian president Akbar Rafsanjani. On the other hand, media outlets associated to Rafsanjani are heard reflecting his utmost consent regarding the Assembly’s new board of directors. Which faction did actually emerge victorious?
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fundamentalist regime has arrested eight people for producing music videos, the regime’s prosecutor general in Tehran, Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi, told the judiciary’s news agency Mizan Online on Saturday.
“Eight people producing obscene music videos, whose clips were broadcast on a famous anti-revolutionary television channel, were arrested in Tehran last week,” he said. Continue reading Iran regime arrests 8 for producing music videos
the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces raided a party following a graduation ceremony in Qazvin and arrested 35 young men and women. On that same day, all of them were condemned in the regime’s sham courts to 99 lashes and the sentences were immediately carried out by criminals dubbed “Moral Security Police”. Continue reading Iran: 35 young men and women receive 99 lashes each for participating in graduation ceremony
Day by day Iran is expanding its involvement in the conflict raging onward in Syria. The Revolutionary Guards has now dispatched a conglomerate of more than 60,000 troops on the ground, consisting of 8,000 notorious Quds Force members, thousands of foot-soldiers and mercenaries from Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon and Pakistan. Tehran is now so utterly embroiled in shoring the ruthless Bashar al-Assad regime that an Iranian army brigade consisting of the mullahs’ “Green Berets”, have been dispatched to Syria. This is the 65th Nohed Brigade and their first mission in 27 years underlines how desperate times call for desperate measures for Iran in preventing Assad’s downfall.
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The Iranian regime’s Minister of Intelligence in Iraq’s capital, Baghdad, has issued an order to Faleh Fayyad, Iraqi National Security Advisor, to obstruct sale of property that belongs to Camp Liberty residents. This has been done despite the US congress having written a resolution in support of Camp Liberty’s security and resettlement.
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fact that for the second time last week Camp Liberty residents were officially informed that the Government of Iraq has approved the sale of their property in Camp Liberty, seven Iraqi merchants who had come to the camp to purchase the property were turned back on May 19, 2016. The merchants who had braved the difficult security condition in Iraq to come to Camp Liberty were insulted by officers of the Governmental Committee tasked to suppress Camp Liberty residents and were forced to return after a long delay.
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George Sabra, member of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces and a leader of the Democratic People’s Party of Syria, met with the Iranian Resistance’s President-elect Maryam Rajavi at the office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), in Auvers-sur-Oise, suburb of Paris, on May 12, 2016.
Maryam Rajavi and Mr. Sabra initially laid flowers and paid tribute at a memorial to the martyrs of the Syrian Revolution and the heroic resistance of the people of Aleppo.
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