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Iranian Judiciary Tries to Silence Parent of Perished Protester

Shahnaz Akmali’s attempts at finding answers about the death of his son Mostafa Karimbeigi in the political protests of 2010 has earned her one year in jail, ban from political activity, travelling abroad and membership in social media.

Senior Cleric Reaffirms Suspension of Zoroastrian City Councillor

The controversy over the suspension of the Zoroastrian member of Yazd City Council in Iran was further stirred with a senior member of the Guardian Council, Ayatollah Modaresi Yazdi giving express support to the suspension. The senior cleric emphasized that the suspension of Sepanta Niknam must be upheld because “a non-Muslim cannot represent Muslims.”

Moderates Aiming for Gender Inclusivity in City Administration

With the victory of the Iranian moderates in the municipal elections, many are entertaining the prospect of a reversal of the recent anti-women policies in the workplace. President Rohani’s deputy in Citizen’s Rights Affairs, Shahindokht Molaverdi was quoted demanding a “revisiting of women’s rights” in the context of urban development.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Welcomes Restoration of Relations With Qatar

The spokesperson for Iran Foreign Ministry has welcomed Qatar’s decision to send back its ambassador to Tehran.

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Tehran’s Notorious Former Prosecutor Sentenced to Jail

The appeal court has finally sentenced Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran’s former prosecutor to two years in prison in connection with the Kahrizak Detention Center scandal in 2009.

Powerful Earthquake Near Iran-Iraq Border Kills Hundreds

A powerful earthquake centered 30 km to the east of city of Halabja, near the Iran-Iraq border has killed more than 400 people, injuring more than 2000 in Iran alone.

Iranian Judiciary Tries to Silence Parent of Perished Protester

Shahnaz Akmali’s attempts at finding answers about the death of his son Mostafa Karimbeigi in the political protests of 2010 has earned her one year in jail, ban from political activity, travelling abroad and membership in social media.

Senior Cleric Reaffirms Suspension of Zoroastrian City Councillor

The controversy over the suspension of the Zoroastrian member of Yazd City Council in Iran was further stirred with a senior member of the Guardian Council, Ayatollah Modaresi Yazdi giving express support to the suspension. The senior cleric emphasized that the suspension of Sepanta Niknam must be upheld because “a non-Muslim cannot represent Muslims.”

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