Friday, October 20, 2017 01:40


Iranian judiciary to stop oppositon leaders statements

The Iranian judiciary today announced it will prevent opposition leaders from issuing statements, forbidding them from taking advantage of the “regime’s tolerance.” » read more

Moderate cleric, Hashemi, attacked by Iranian hardliners

Two days after the Bahman 25 (February 14) protests, supporters of Ayatollah Khamenei, Iran’s Supreme Leader, were shown on national TV chanting slogans in Qom calling for the death of Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani. The moderate cleric is the chairman of Iran’s two major governing bodies, the Assembly of Experts and the Expediency Council. » read more

Opposition leaders laud Iranian protests

Iran’s two main opposition leaders have each managed to issue brief messages about the protests they had called for on February 14, when hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of major cities in support of recent Arab uprisings. » read more

Iranian judiciary says opposition leaders must stand trial

The Iranian judiciary says the opposition leaders will definitely have to face trial for recent actions that cannot be overlooked. » read more

Reformist MPs urge Iranian establishment to execise tolerance

The reformist lawmakers of the Iranian parliament are urging the establishment to exercise tolerance and open mindedness in dealing with the “peaceful critics” of the government. » read more

Iranian MPs call for execution of opposition leaders

Iranian lawmakers called for the execution of opposition leaders MirHosein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi after tens of thousands of people responded to their rally call with widespread demonstrations in major Iranian cities yesterday. » read more

Iranian police put Mousavi and Rahnavard under house arrest

Police have blocked all access to the home of Iranian opposition leader MirHosein Mousavi and his wife Zahra Rahnavard to prevent them from joining the proposed opposition rally today. » read more

Iranian judiciary says confrontation would turn opposition leaders into "saints"

The head of Iran’s judiciary, Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani, says the Iranian opposition leaders have not been arrested, despite their alleged seditous aims, in order to avoid turning them into “saints.” » read more

Opposition warns against return to "monarchical relations" in Iran

Iran's opposition leaders today warned of dangerous political trends, saying the Islamic Republic shows signs of "a return to Monarchical relations, this time in the name of religion." » read more

Mousavi urges Iranian priosners to end hunger strike

Iranian opposition leader, MirHosein Mousavi lauded the resistance put up by post-election political prisoners in Islamic Republic jails and urged the several prisoners who are currently on hunger strike to end their strike. » read more