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Prosecutor General Announces Continuing Blocking of Social Media in Iran

The head of the Committee for Determining Criminal Web Content - Mohammad Jafar Montazeri

By Staff Writer

The head of the Committee for Determining Criminal Web Content - Mohammad Jafar Montazeri – has said that there are no plans for the blocking of social media platform Twitter to be removed. Montazeri is also the Iranian Prosecutor General.

According to Iranian media outlets, he advised that the blocking is an issue that goes beyond the remit of his committee.

Us Sanctions Will Flatline Iranian Economy

Us Sanctions Will Flatline Iranian Economy

By Staff Writer

Since Donald Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal, his administration has imposed more non-nuclear sanctions against the Iranian Regime in an effort to cut off funding for their covert nuclear weapons programme and their malign military campaign across the Middle East, before nuclear sanctions snap back later this year.

Funeral Ceremony for Three Martyrs of Kazerun Uprising, With Chants Of: Death to the Dictator

Funeral Ceremony for Three Martyrs of Kazerun Uprising

Iran Uprising – No. 162

In the afternoon of Tuesday, May 22, funeral ceremonies for three of the martyrs of the Kazerun uprising, Omid Reza Yousefian, Ali Mohammadian Azad and Hadi (Mehdi) Jahantab, were held with the participation of a large crowd of people in the city. These martyrs were buried in Behesht Zahra cemetery and another cemetery known as Seyyed Mohammad in Kazerun.

Iran a ‘Paradise’ for Corrupt Brokers & Renters

 tax evasion in the Iranian economy

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The assessment of many experts correctly states that one of the destructive means for the economic downturn in the Mullahs’ regime is its mafia-like structure, which is literally referred to as "rent, brokerage, and mediation".

Who’s Behind Iran’s Car Smuggling Business?

Who’s Behind Iran’s Car Smuggling Business?

By Staff Writer

75,000 foreign luxury cars are imported for Iranian regime’s state officials every year. Released with paying the least customs duties, many of the cars are illegally imported and even smuggled into the country.

Meanwhile, the official figures in this regard are contradictory.

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - May 23, 2018

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - May 23, 2018

• Protest gathering of the luted creditors of the Caspian financial institute

On Tuesday May 22, 2018. The luted creditors of the Caspian financial institute affiliated to the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), staged a protest gathering against the plunder of their assets by this institute. They were chanting: "we will die but we will bet back our money. And, give us back our savings you despicable thieves and: this broken government is plundering our money.

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