Sahel Kazemi ended a life that was coming undone, as she got in trouble with the law, faced mounting bills and saw a new relationship
Amir Farshad Ebrahimi, a former child fighter and political prisoner, says Iran’s bloody crackdown on protesters prompted him to ‘out’ ex-colleagues in Ansar-e Hezbollah who
Israel was yesterday criticised after it refused to allow a group of doctors on a humanitarian mission organised by the French government to enter Gaza.
The Iranian authorities are using prolonged harsh interrogations, beatings, sleep deprivation, and threats of torture to extract false confessions from detainees arrested since the disputed
A Very interesting outlook on the shortcomings of the Iranian Intelligenstia and why, unlike its European counterparts, it failed in shaping Iran’s political landscape in the course