CIA admits its informants were executed by Iran after communications system was breached

The CIA has admitted that too many informants are being killed, captured or turned in a top secret memo to their spies across the world.

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Living in the Shadows of Oppression – The Situation of Christian Converts in Iran

IHRDC’s latest report, “Living in the Shadows of Oppression,” details the situation of Christian converts currently living in Iran. Facing the government’s narrow definition of protected Christianity, converts are systematically denied their rights to practice their religion without fear of persecution and are often harassed and arrested for their religious beliefs.

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Alan Shatter – A new Iran nuclear deal is needed not a revival of the old one

Upon becoming a member of the UN Security Council in January Ireland was appointed as “Facilitator of Resolution 2231”, the Security Council resolution endorsing the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)

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Former Iranian MP questions Assadollah Assadi’s conviction

On February 23, in an interview with Khabar Fouri website, former Deputy Speaker of the Iranian regime’s Parliament (Majlis) Ali Motahari raised questions about the case of Assadollah Assadi, an Iranian diplomat sentenced to 20 years in prison by a Belgian court for his role in a bombing attempt against a rally of the Iranian opposition in 2018.

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European approach encourages rogue behavior by Iran

After escaping Iran because of its horrendous human rights situation, I have chosen Ireland to be my second homeland. But I’ve always been perplexed why Europe, which takes oppressed Iranians as refugees, simultaneously accommodates the very regime that is the source of chaos and instability in the region and beyond.

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