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Wednesday’s Iran Mini Report – April. 25, 2018

• Residents of Marivan clashed with the Suppressive IRGC mercenaries

Iran, April 25, 2018 – Residents of Marivan, in Kurdistan province clashed with the suppressive state security forces last night after the IRGC shot a Kurdish man dead.

The clashes continued well into the night and stretched all the way to Bu-Ali Hospital, which is on the other side of the town.

Residents of Marivan were angry, because an IRGC commander, Col. Kaveh Kohneh-Pooshi had shot Haj Latif Nami, a resident of Marivan and had set his home on fire. The people demanded that this commander would be turned over to the authorities for his criminal act or be handed over to the people.

• Iran: Golrokh Iraee ended her hunger strike after 81 days

Apr. 24, 2018. NCRI women committee reportedPolitical prisoner Golrokh Iraee ended her hunger strike after 81 days on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.

The news came from an informed source who announced that Ms. Iraee had “ended her hunger strike and taken food” while hospitalized at IRGC’s Baghyatollah Hospital.

• Senior military official says Revolutionary Guards will not stay within Iran’s borders

In an interview with the Persian-speaking Jamaran website, Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi, the commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Navy, said the Revolutionary Guards’ activities “are not limited to Iran,” noting that the guards’ forces are currently fighting thousands of kilometres away from Iranian borders.
• Iranian regime threatens to withdraw from nuclear weapons treaty

Iranian regime has threatened to withdraw from the treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons in the clearest indication of how it will react should Donald Trump pull the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal.

Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of Iran’s supreme national Security Council, said Tehran could leave the NPT nearly half a century after it signed if it decided the treaty no longer served its interests.

Speaking on Tuesday, the senior official said Iran was mulling “surprising actions” if the nuclear deal were scrapped, and made it clear that leaving the NPT, which is designed to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, was an option. “The NPT acknowledges the right for all its member states to leave the treaty if their interests are endangered,” he said in comments carried by the semi-official Tasnim news agency.