Despite an outcry from the international community and several human rights organizations against the use of capital punishment in Iran, the world still sees an increasing amount of images of hangings being carried out, ones that are justified by the Iranian regime as being a righteous duty for them.
By Jubin Katiraie
A new German intelligence report from the state of Hesse on Wednesday outlined Iran’s illicit espionage activities in the central European country, including efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction during 2018.
By Pooya Stone
For the past two days, and after the abrupt announcement of increasing gas prices hikes by the government, the Iranian people poured into the streets in more than 100 cities. However, while the protests began against the government’s approval for rising fuel prices, they immediately targeted the ruling system in its entirety. Notably, after the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei defended the rising of fuel prices, protests intensified.
Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz died on 23rd of January, weeks after he was admitted to a hospital. Abdullah, who had ruled since 2005 and was said to be aged about 90, had been suffering from a lung infection. His 79-year-old brother, Salman, has taken over the role of king, where any drastic changes in policies by him, especially regarding oil prices, are being anxiously anticipated by the rest of the world, ones that gravely affect every country.
Professor Raymond Tanter of the University of Michigan warns today in an article publish by The Hill that, “A bad nuclear deal with Iran would jeopardize world peace.”
While Tanter agrees that people would rather that President Obama can manage to talk sense into Iranian regime’s ears to halt their nuclear program, he expresses no hope as the Iranian regime has shown no intention to “forgo its nuclear weapons program.”