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A Story Of Power, Oppression And Resistance: How Iranian Women Are Leading A Revolution

A Story Of Power, Oppression And Resistance: How Iranian Women Are Leading A Revolution November 8, 2022 by Janice Gassam…

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Nasim Sedqi,23 years Azerbaijani girl, shot dead in Urmia

Nasim Sedqi, a 23-year-old Azerbaijani girl, got shot dead by IRGC forces during the October 31st’s protest in Urmia. Sedeqi…

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How Iran’s Ethnic Divisions Are Fueling the Revolt

The escalating wave of protests shaking Iran since Sept. 17 isn’t the first time the country’s theocratic regime has faced…

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ADAPP’s press release

ADAPP’s press release October 19, 2022 The Association for the Defence of Azerbaijani Political Prisoners in Iran (ADAPP) strenuously condemns…

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Iran: A really simple guide to the protests

People have been protesting across Iran for nearly a month, defying a deadly crackdown by security forces. The demonstrations are…

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Women are the vanguard of Iran’s revolution – opinion

Impelled by the inalienable right of the people to institute their government and replace it when it fails to serve…

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Iran nuclear program hasn’t crossed Israel’s red line yet – opinion

On Monday night, Mossad chief David Barnea boarded a plane from Israel to the US. His trip is part of Israeli efforts…

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Iran brags about its drone power as US sanctions drone sales

The US has targeted an Iranian company allegedly involved in shipping drones to Russia. It is part of an increasing spotlight on…

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IRGC head reveals multi-point strategy against Israel – analysis

In a long and exhaustive examination of the recent conflict between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the Iranian regime laid out…

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US Says Iran’s Guards To Stay Sanctioned, But Questions Remain

CNN quoted the US official late Friday that Iran’s thorny demand to remove its Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) from the US list…

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Iran claims Mossad agents were caught trying to blow up ‘sensitive site’

The Iranian Noor News agency claimed on Sunday that Mossad agents who the Iranian Intelligence Ministry had claimed on Saturday had been…

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Hardliner Whistle-Blower Sentenced To Jail In Iran Warns His Peers

Vahid Ashtari, a young man who is a member of Edalat Khahan [Justice Seekers], a political group of mainly university…

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Iran increased efforts to obtain illicit nuclear missile technology – German intel

The cumulative efforts of German intelligence gathering led to the release on Tuesday of another damning indictment of the Iranian…

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Iran’s drone war over Iraq is getting dangerous – analysis

Three Iraqi civilians were injured in an explosive drone attack in northern Iraq, at around 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday night.…

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Iran and the problematic partition of Azerbaijan

Historically, there was no division between North and South Azerbaijan. From the Sassanid Empire in the 3rd century through the 18th century,…

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Iran’s Conservatives Slam President For Economic Failure

Speaking in Tehran on Friday, Khatami warned that “the people cannot plan for their future as they do not know what may…

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Iran deal may keep billion-dollar Russia sanctions loophole – Nuke expert

Russia may use the emerging Iran nuclear deal to preserve billions of dollars in nuclear trade as a loophole to…

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Biden Admin Weighs Dropping Iran’s IRGC From Terrorism List

The Biden Administration is considering removing the Revolutionary Guards from its foreign terrorist blacklist in return for unspecified Iranian assurances.…

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Iran’s Vienna Nuclear Talks Over, Political Decisions Loom

Iran’s deputy Foreign Minister Reza Najafi and its Geneva ambassador to the UN left Vienna for Iran Tuesday, Iran International…

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Iranian Officials Deny Ties With ‘Infiltrator’ Jewish Female

Several Iranian officials say they had no contact with a female Jewish journalist who allegedly ‘infiltrated’ state media and befriended…

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