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IRAN: Intelligence agents torture, kill two young men

 Left: Naeem Abbas-Zehi. Right: Mola-Bakhsh Abbas-Zehi

NCRI - Two young Iranian Baluchi workers who were detained last Thursday (July 2) by agents of the Iranian regime’s Intelligence Ministry in Chabahar were found dead with evidence of torture on their bodies only hours later.

The regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) announced that both had died of heart attacks.

The two men were identified as Mola-Bakhsh Abbas-Zehi, 25, and Naeem Abbas-Zehi, 23, and were relatives of one another. They were from the villages in the Dashtiari district of Iran’s south-eastern Sistan-va-Balouchestan Province.

Maryam Rajavi: We seek an end to religious despotism in Iran

El Watan interview with Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance

NCRI – The Algerian daily El Watan has interviewed Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), on the situation inside Iran and the circumstances of the Iranian regime and its organized Resistance movement.

The Iranian Resistance has for over three decades had a decisive role in combating the ominous phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism, Maryam Rajavi said, adding that the international community should finally side with the Iranian people and their organized Resistance to bring about genuine change.

The interview was published by El Watan in French. Below is an English translation of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi’s interview:

Education International concerned over Iranian teachers union leader arrest

 Esmail Abdi, a leader of the Iranian Teachers' Trade Association

Source: Education International

Esmail Abdi, a leader of the Iranian Teachers' Trade Association, was arrested on 27 June following his attempt to obtain a visa to attend the 7th Education International World Congress in Ottawa, Canada in late July.

After his passport was confiscated at the border, he was ordered to return to Tehran to meet with prosecutors. However, upon reporting to the prosecutors' office he was arrested while more than 70 teachers waited outside in support.

Q&A on Iran nuclear deal with online panel on July 8

NCRI - An online panel will be held on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 to discuss the possible international nuclear agreement with the Iranian regime. It will focus on the “Prospects, verification, consequences & challenges” that will arise if there is an accord.

The pending nuclear agreement between the P 5+1 and the Iranian regime will have major consequences for global peace and security. The panel of experts will discuss the prospects of the deal, the significance of intrusive inspections, the challenges the international community faces for verification, and Tehran’s strategy. There will also be a live Questions and Answers session.

Chairman Royce: Iran regime’s nuclear negotiators emboldened by concession

U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-CA), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said in a statement Monday that the Iranian regime’s negotiators have clearly been emboldened by the Administration’s concessions to the extent that the regime is now pushing for the United Nations’ arms embargo on to be completely lifted as part of a final nuclear agreement.

Chairman Royce made the remarks after reports surfaced that Tehran is now pushing for the United Nations’ arms embargo on the Iranian regime to be completely lifted as part of a final nuclear agreement.

The Iranian regime is under a UN arms embargo that seeks to prevent Tehran regime from aiding and arming its allies and surrogates in Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, and elsewhere in the region.

Iran nuclear talks miss deadline as mullahs make new demands

World powers will on Tuesday miss yet another deadline to nail down an elusive nuclear deal over the Iranian regime's nuclear weapons projects, despite hours of difficult top-level negotiations.

In a sign of how complex the negotiations have become, foreign ministers from the P5+1 states and the Iranian regime met deep into the night Monday grappling with the toughest remaining issues which have so far thwarted a deal to curtail Tehran's nuclear program.

In what has become a high-stakes game of diplomatic poker, the ministers met twice Monday with the Iranian regime's delegation led by its Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for a total of almost three hours.

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