The European authorities arrested Iran’s diplomat-terrorist and his three accomplices, before they could plant a bomb at the opposition’s rally in France in 2018. Everything was designed correctly. Assadollah Assadi’s was the regime’s most experienced intelligence operative, carrying out terrorist and espionage activities in Europe under the guise of a diplomat. This time, however, he had a big plan in mind designed in Tehran and approved by top officials.
With the help of his three accomplices, he had planned to detonate a bomb at the annual meeting of the National Council of Resistance of Iran ( NCRI) in Villepinte, France.
Hundreds of prominent political figures and former senior diplomats from around the world were to speak at the gathering. But the main target of the terrorist plot was Mrs. …
Iran, January 24, 2021- On Thursday, January 21, the state-run Arman Daily wrote, “More than 90 percent of Iran’s labor community are in total poverty, and with the current skyrocketing prices, they can’t even procure their most basic needs.”
This simple sentence perfectly depicts the tragic state of Iran’s society and the hell that the ruling mullahs have broken loose on the country’s population.
According to some regime authorities, the poverty line for a family of four in Iran has reached 100 million rials per month. To put that in perspective, most workers earn no more than 30 million rials per month, a third of the minimum they need for living. …
At least 33 people have been executed in Iran within the last 30 days. The Iranian regime’s authorities continue their killing spree, enjoying what seems to be systematic impunity. This figure does not include prisoners secretly executed and whose identities are not known.
In another development, Hadi Rostami, sentenced to finger amputation, committed suicide in Urumaiah prison on January 18. Last November the regime’s court in Urumaiah issued this medieval verdict.
Despite global condemnations, the regime continues issuing harsh and inhumane sentences and its officials defend these inhumane methods.
“The Global Arrogance [international community] monitors Iran [regime] regarding [hand amputation] and questions the implementation of Islamic codes and has tightened the hands of judges. But the sentence of amputation must be carried out for the thieves so that these criminals will stop their evil deeds,” Entekhab daily wrote on January 05, quoting Mousavi Largani, Member of the Presidium of the regime’s Majlis [parliament]. …
On Saturday 16 January 2021, the three European signatories of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal issued a joint statement in which they raised alarms over the Iranian regime’s latest violations and its persistent threats to move further away from the agreement unless the international community capitulates to the regime’s demands. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian even went so far as to describe the latest measures as advancing Iran’s nuclear weapons capability. …
When the Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by US forces in 2011, a trove of documents was recovered from his compound which revealed, among other things, details of occasional cooperation between the terrorist organization and the Iranian regime in the preceding years. This flew in the face of the common wisdom among Western policymakers, that the two entities would never cooperate on account of being adherents of two different sects of Islam.
Nevertheless, these findings were largely ignored, and while Al-Qaeda worked to recover from Bin Laden’s death it also pursued a closer and more consistent relationship with the Iranian regime. Four years later, that relationship reached a turning point whereby Iran became the primary base of operations for Al-Qaeda’s terrorism. This situation was highlighted on Tuesday by the U.S. …
In a shocking letter from prison, Soheil Arabi, an Iranian political prisoner arrested in 2013, revealed how the regime’s officials extra judicially prolong the prison sentences of those prisoners who expose mistreatment in prison.
“It is astonishing that they [officials] plunder people’s belongings, destroy our country, and are ruthless, but gain more wealth and security daily. Instead, they call those protesting tyranny and corruption ‘security convicts’ and perform all types of tortures on them and kill them in prisons, like they killed Satar [Beheshti], Alireza [Shir Mohammad-Ali], and Vahid. Yet, nothing happens,” Mr. Arabi wrote in his letter.
The Revolutionary Guards ( IRGC) arrested Soheil Arabi in 2013. During the past seven years, the authorities have refused to release him despite his sentence coming to an end. The regime’s Judiciary has arbitrarily increased Arabi’s prison sentence under the bogus charge of “disturbing national security.” …
The Symphony №3 in F major, Op. 90, is written by Johannes Brahms German composer, pianist, and conductor of the Romantic period in the summer of 1883 at Wiesbaden.
Symphony №3 is in four movements, marked as follows:
I. Allegro con brio (F major), in sonata form.
II. Andante (C major), in ternary form (A B A’).
III. Poco allegretto (C minor), in ternary form (A B A’).
IV. Allegro (F minor, ending in F major), in a modified sonata form.
Following criticism from the World Health Organization over Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s decision to ban vaccines made in the US or UK, his medical adviser insisted that the regime had the “right to decide about the vaccine”.
Alireza Marandi, who is the Head of the Iranian Academy of Medical Sciences, wrote to United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on January 11, saying that Iran “independent, and it is our absolute right to reject vaccines that use untrustworthy technology, or have inadequate testing, safety or reliability” before calling on Guterres not to “politicize” Iran’s choices.
In this letter, published by Iran’s state-run media, Marandi defended the ban because of “side effects” associated with “mRNA technology” and accused the WHO of favouring American technology. …