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Basij students protest Charlie Hebdo cover

A group of Basij students gathered in front of the French embassy in Tehran on Monday January 19 to protest the latest Charlie Hebdo magazine cover depicting the Muslim Prophet. Protesters called for the closure of the French Embassy. » read more

Iran denounces Charlie Hebdo’s latest depiction of Prophet

Iran’s Foreign Ministry has spoken out against the cartoon of the Prophet Mohammad on the latest cover of Charlie Hebdo, declaring that in the West there is abuse of freedom of speech. » read more

Rohani slams deadly attack on Paris magazine

Iranian President Hassan Rohani has condemned the killings at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, saying: “We condemn extremism, violence and terrorism, be they in Palestine, Lebanon and Syria or in France or the U.S.” » read more

Tehran Imam condemns Paris attack, partly blames West

The Tehran Friday Mass Imam condemned the deadly attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris this week, saying: "we firmly condemn the terrorist attack in France and Confirm that Islam does not permit the killing of innocent people whether they are in Paris, in Syria, in Iraq, in Yemen, in Afghanistan or in Pakistan." » read more

Iran links “abuse” of free speech to Paris attacks

Iran condemned the attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris stressing as well that "abuse of freedom of speech is not acceptable". » read more