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Iran News in Brief – July 4, 2022



Iranian Regime’s Islamic Culture and Communications Organization Targeted in Massive Cyber Offensive


On Sunday, July 3, “Ghiam Sarnegouni” (Uprising till Overthrow), a group of cyber activists, led a massive offensive campaign against the Iranian regime’s Islamic Culture and Communication Organization (ICCO).

According to reports and videos, at least six sites were taken over, and 15 others were defaced to display the photos of Iranian Resistance Leader Massoud Rajaivi and NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi. Furthermore, 44 servers, hundreds of computers, and 35 databases belonging to ICCO were wiped in the operation.

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Update on Two Political Prisoners; Ronak Rezaei and Nasrin Javadi


Ronak Rezaei was transferred to the notorious Sepidar Prison of Ahvaz on Saturday, July 2, 2022. She had been detained for one month in the IRGC Intelligence detention center.

Ronak Rezaei lives in Abadan and is a master’s student of Cultural Studies at Tehran’s Allameh Tabatabaii University.

Ronak Rezaei called her family and informed them that she had been transferred to the Sepidar Prison of Ahvaz. She is presently held in the quarantine ward.

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The Tragedy of Child Laborers in Iran


June 12 was World Day Against Child Labor. The 2022 theme of the world day called for increased investment in social protection systems and schemes to establish solid social protection floors and protect children from child labor. According to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, government social protection systems are essential to fight poverty and vulnerability and eradicate and prevent child labor. Social protection is both a human right and a potent policy tool to prevent families from resorting to child labor in times of crisis. All members of the United Nations General Assembly, including Iran, are committed to combating the economic abuse of children.

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