A British-Australian academic imprisoned by Iran on false charges of spying for Israel said Saturday that since her release, she has suffered a campaign of abuse by an academic who was fired by Sydney University in 2019 after he showed students a picture of a swastika superimposed on the Israeli flag.
Tehran has a long history of arbitrarily imposing new sentences upon political prisoners to prevent their release while applying additional psychological pressure. In other cases, prison authorities decline to release detainees on their appointed dates.
Lecturer in Islamic Studies at the University of Melbourne’s Asia Institute Dr. Kylie Moore-Gilbert has recently spoke out her treatment in an Iranian prison and the Australian Government’s attempts at negotiating her safe return home to Australia. After attending a conference in 2018
The Foreign Minister of Iran and China signed a 25-year cooperation agreement on March 7, which was aired live on state-run TV.
A bomb was detonated near Israel’s Embassy in New Delhi, the capital of India, on 29 January. It was widely suspected that Iran was responsible for the bombing, and new details from the investigation appear to confirm this.
Whether the Iranian leadership thinks that new U.S. President Joe Biden is set to go easier on the Islamic Republic or on China is unclear as yet but whichever it is, Tehran is pushing to increase oil output from all available fields in the coming 12 months
British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has said Iran tried to recruit her as a spy “many times” during her imprisonment in the country.
Iran intended to use Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a British-Australian Middle East researcher handed a 10-year jail sentence, to lure her Israeli-Russian husband into the country, the Australian Herald Sun reported on Sunday.
Amid rising regional tensions, Iran continues to seek ways to target Israel and the United States abroad.
A high-level Taliban delegation arrived in Tehran on Tuesday for talks with Iranian officials on the peace process in war-torn Afghanistan.
The Iranian ‘Zombie Angelina Jolie’ Instagram star has been jailed for a decade, her lawyer has said, a year after she was arrested over her social media activities.