NCRI - Khoram Abadi, the Iranian regime’s Deputy Attorney General has said: “If we are notified that some organizations use Telegram social network in their administrative affairs, then they will definitely be indicted and dealt with.”
According to ISNA news agency on September 21, on the sidelines of signing a memorandum of understanding between Attorneys General of Iran and Malaysia, Khoram Abadi told reporters that some organizations had been using this network which were warned over that.
Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement on the successful relocation of the last 280 members of exiled Iranian opposition group Mujahedin e-Khalq out of Camp Liberty in Iraq:
“The successful relocation of the last families from Camp Liberty marks the beginning of a new and hopeful chapter for families who have suffered terrible persecution and violence.
NCRI - Candice Malcolm, a columnist for the Toronto Sun, has strongly criticized the United Nations for allowing the Iranian regime's President Hassan Rouhani to address the General Assembly.
In an article for the Toronto Sun on Saturday, September 24, Ms. Malcolm wrote:
Senior Republican U.S. House of Representatives lawmakers made clear on Friday they will keep campaigning against Boeing and Airbus jetliner sales to the Iranian regime, despite the U.S. Treasury Department's announcement that it had begun issuing licenses for the exports, Reuters reported.
NCRI - New York, United Nations, on Tuesday September 20, Geoffrey Robertson renowned human rights barrister, academic, author and broadcaster attended a demonstration, organized by the Organization of Iranian American Communities in the U.S., in which thousands of Iranian-Americans strongly criticized the visit to the United Nations by the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani and also urged the UN Security Council to scrutinize the shocking massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988, seen as one of the biggest human carnages since World War II.
NCRI - New York, United Nations, on Tuesday September 20, Joe Lieberman attended a demonstration, organized by the Organization of Iranian American Communities in the U.S., in which thousands of Iranian-Americans strongly criticized the visit to the United Nations by the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani and also urged the UN Security Council to scrutinize the shocking massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran in 1988, seen as one of the biggest human carnages since World War II.
Members of the Rouhani government selected which political prisoners were killed.
Could any serious argument be made for holding back the shocking truths about the Rouhani administration’s human rights record both before and after Rouhani took office in 2013? If not, why it is buried underneath the supposed successes of the nuclear agreement and the January prisoner exchange? Gulio Terzi former Italian minister of foreign affairs answeres these questions and much more in his article published in NewsWeek on September 23, Following is the full text:
U.S. military leaders say Iranian naval forces have stepped up their harassment of U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf, and this is since the signing of the accord, this issue is discussed in the following article by Kristina Wong which was published on September 22, in thehill.com:
NCRI - According to reports from Sarbaz in Sistan and Baluchestan province (Southeastern Iran) , law enforcement agents have raided a rice trader’s home in a village near Sarbaz, attempting to steal his properties.
NCRI - By declaring an area in “Mehdi Shahr” as a military area, the Revolutionary Guard in Semnan has destroyed the biggest apple garden in the province thereby displacing 80 families settled in the area. The displaced families have been engaged in plantation and exploiting the gardens and farmlands in the area for 150 years.