Thursday, June 20, 2019 05:16

Iranian security forces

Leader’s office says government must force people toward heaven

The head of the Iranian Supreme Leader’s office introduced the new commander of security forces in Iran by declaring the government is responsible for forcing people to choose the path toward heaven. » read more

Police patrols target drugs, boys near girls' schools

Iranian security forces have announced an increase in police patrols around schools to prevent “drug distribution” and “the gathering of boys near girls' schools.” » read more

Rasht citizens appeal to Rohani over police

A group of citizens from the northern city of Rasht has sent a protest letter to Iran’s president-elect about “violent” police behaviour during a street celebration on the night of Tuesday June 18, after Iran’s national football team won the qualifying match to participate in World Cup 2014. » read more

Iranian police announce election security headquarters

Iranian police announced today, April 16, that they have established a new base for “the provision of election security” in the presidential election of 2013. » read more

Arrests announced ahead of NAM summit

Islamic Republic Security Forces have announced the arrest of a number of individuals who “planned to disturb the order of the NAM summit.” » read more

Police to enforce strict Ramadan rules

Iranian police forces have announced strict measures against people eating and smoking in public during the fasting month of Ramadan. » read more

Widespread arrests in Sanandaj and Mashhad

In the past two days, the Iranian ciities of Sanandaj and Mashhad have seen widespread arrests involving 220 people. » read more

Iranian authorities restrict work with satellite networks

The head of Iran’s security forces says Persian-language satellite networks are the “control room of disturbances” in Iran. » read more

U.S. blacklists two Iranian security commanders

U.S. authorities have imposed sanctions on two Iranian security commanders for collaborating with the Syrian government in cracking down on protesters in Syria. » read more