Iranian authorities have shut down, sealed and reprimanded thousands of stores and restaurants during Ramadan despite the growing economic and unemployment crisis aggravated by the Coronavirus outbreak.
An Iranian parkour athlete has been arrested for committing ‘vulgar’ acts after he posted photos online of himself kissing a woman on Tehran’s rooftops, police said today.
A court of appeals in Tehran has upheld the verdict against ten citizens of the Islamic Republic of Iran sentenced to more than 100 years in prison for reportedly supporting monarchy.
Japalaghy reportedly said in a video posted before his arrest that he had been summoned by security officials just days after he posted photos and a video where he was seen kissing an unidentified woman who was wearing a sports bra and shorts on a rooftop in the Iranian capital.
Iran’s police have sealed shut and reprimanded more than 77,000 stores and restaurants during Ramadan for “failing to observe Ramadan customs” despite the growing unemployment crisis in the country.
Previously, there has been a lot of talk about the risk of rock, caravan, mud, clay brick, and tent classes in Ilam, North Khorasan, Isfahan, Sistan and Baluchestan provinces. Now, Iranian officials speak about the elimination of stone classes in Khuzestan province, southeastern Iran.
Iranian authorities have confiscated the residential home of two political prisoners where their children lived with their 89-year-old grandmother, the Iranian Human Rights News Agency (HRANA) reported on Sunday.
The Iranian authorities have sealed shut 147 shops and arrested three people in several provinces across the country for “not following Sharia law” during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
In January Iran shot down a Ukrainian Airlines civilian airliner. Since then, Iran has put up roadblocks to the investigation its mass killing of the 176 people on board, and has prevented quick handover of black boxes and joint investigations
Judiciary spokesman: Amid the Coronavirus this was a conspiracy by the enemies; they wanted to wreak havoc in the country, which was fortunately thwarted by the vigilance and timely action by our intelligence agents.”
The Iranian regime started a new wave of executions in April 2020, while the novel coronavirus has engulfed the country and spread to Iran’s prisons.