Iran selecting high-profile terrorist to be its interior minister

The Iranian regime has shocked the world by choosing to appoint an internationally wanted person as Iran’s new interior minister.

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New sanctions or military strike – Fate of Iran’s future after Mercer Street attack

With the arrival of new Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to power following his inauguration ceremony on August 3, a severe dispute has occurred between Tehran and London, in addition to the heightened intensity of statements and reciprocal accusations between the two parties, until the matter reached the UN Security Council

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Senior Sunni Cleric in Iran says water is not the only reason for unrest

A senior Sunni cleric in Iran has criticized the government’s management of the country and implicitly defending protests in oil-rich Khuzestan province, has said the reason is not just lack of water.

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Positions on Iran and Hezbollah welcomed

IN contrast to the statement about recognising a non-existent Palestinian state, Labor’s policy on Iran “displays the kind of nuance and realism people expect from the party of Australia’s alternative government”, ECAJ co-CEO Peter Wertheim said this week.

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Many of Iraq’s entry points are controlled by groups close to Tehran

Along Iraq’s borders, a corrupt customs-evasion cartel is diverting billions of dollars away from state coffers to line the pockets of armed groups, political parties and crooked officials.

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Iran obsessively carrying out executions rights groups say

Iran is “obsessively” executing death row inmates despite a decline in public support for capital punishment, rights activists said Tuesday as they released a report on the death penalty in the country.

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Israel warns citizens they could be targeted by Iran

The National Security Council issued a travel advisory Monday, warning that Iran may still try to attack Israelis overseas, amid increased international travel following Israel’s rapid vaccination drive.

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