Missing Iranian children are being killed for their organs, according to officials in the Iranian Regime.Fatemeh Daneshvar, a member of Tehran’s City Council, said on July 1, that gangs involved in the kidnapping and sale of children are operating in the city.
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Following is a post written by Sholeh Pakravan under the title of "Who would help me?"Sholeh Pakravan is the mother of Reyhaneh Jabbari who was hanged on October 25, 2014, for defending herself against rape by an official of the Intelligence Ministry.
In an interviewing with state-run media on July 6, head of the executive committee of the so-called Khomeini's command admitted that the poverty situation in Iran is extremely inappropriate, with 12 million people living below the absolute poverty line and 25 to 30 million people below the poverty line.
Speaking at the Free Iran rally in Paris on July 1, Ms. Villiers, a Member of Parliament from the United Kingdom's Conservative Party pointed to the 'shocking human rights record of the Iranian regime,' which she described as a 'tyranny.
The annual gathering of the Iranian opposition for a free Iran convened in Villepinte, Paris, in the afternoon of Saturday, July 1, 2017, lasting for 10 hours.
Two Democratic members of the House of Representatives have introduced a bill that will extend current laws for the White House notifying Congress about missile launches by the Iranian Regime until 2022.
According to a recent report from a German intelligence agency, in a possible violation of a UN agreement, Iran is seeking assistance from German companies to advance its missile program.Officials from Germany’s third largest state, Baden-Württemberg, published a 181 page report last month, and released it on Tuesday, July 4th.
July 6, 2017-- The United Kingdom will make its formal exit from the European Union in March of 2019. No matter how one feels about the forthcoming change, it is a political reality, and it would be short-sighted to deny that there are both benefits and drawbacks for the British nation.The beginning of this disentanglement comes at a fortuitous time.
The people launching credit institutions in Iran have political power and special backing but they don’t care about the law, according to a financial expert within the Iranian Regime. Ahmad Hatami-Yazd, former director of Bank Saderat, revealed this in an interview with the Regime’s TV News Channel.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in his remarks on Thursday once again referred to the wide rifts in the regime’s senior ranks.