Soleimani killing ‘act of defense’ against Iran: Former Italian foreign minister

Former Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi speaks at the State Department in Washington. (File photo: AP) Al Arabiya EnglishFriday, 17 January 2020 The killing of Iran’s top military commander Qassem Soleimani has Italy divided. Major political figures are voicing support for the US decision to carry out the drone strike that killed Soleimani, while other left wing media journalists are questioning the legality of the strike and consequences the action may have in the Middle East. ...
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On-going Anti-Regime Protests in Iran by University Students

The World Community Must Recognize their National Demand PRESS RELEASE for Immediate Release 14th January 2020 On-going Anti-Regime Protests in Iran by University Students The World Community Must Recognize their National Demand Anti-regime protests by angry university students started in Iran with sharp slogans against the Supreme leader Ali Khamenei after the IRGC admitted it shot down a plane carrying civilian passengers. Iran regime did not stop civilian flights after it hi...
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Was Soleimani’s killing justified? Yes. A million times yes

Giulio Terzi
Euronews4 Jan 2020 By Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata As we take stock of General Qassem Soleimani’s death, contemplating both its significance in the coming weeks and what it signifies for the future, there are two points to be considered. Firstly, why did it happen and was it justified? Secondly, what does it mean for geopolitical relations in the Middle East and around the globe? The first question, to my mind, is the simpler of the two. President Trump’s decision to take out Soleima...
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The death of Soleimani is a fatal blow to Iran regime

The Herald, 4 Jan 2020 By Struan Stevenson THE elimination in Baghdad of senior Iranian General Qasem Soleimani and his deputy and Chief of Staff of Operations Abu Mehdi Mohandes by the Americans, is a fatal blow to the Iranian regime. Soleimani was listed as an international terrorist by the American State Department. He controlled the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Qods Force, their vicious unit responsible for extraterritorial operations. Soleimani was answerable only...
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Why is world ignoring this murderous crackdown on protesters? – Struan Stevenson

STRUAN STEVENSON Published: Monday 30 December 2019 In Iran, the security services have opened fire on unarmed people demonstrating against the country’s brutal and corrupt regime, writes Struan Stevenson. We who uphold human rights and revere the rights of women; we who honour freedom and justice and cherish democracy, what can we make of the carnage unfolding in Iran? Over the course of the past month, the fascist theocratic regime and its revolutionary guards (IRGC) have gunned d...
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L’Italia non taccia sul massacro in Iran. L’appello dell’ambasciatore Terzi

Giulio Terzi
22/12/2019 22  Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata  Il regime iraniano è autore o mandante di molti crimini, rivolti non solo contro il proprio popolo. L'appello al governo italiano di Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata, diplomatico di lungo corso, già ministro degli Esteri L’ultima volta che l’Iran è stato menzionato dal ministro degli Esteri Luigi Di Maio era il 6 dicembre scorso al “MED Dialogues” di Roma. Diffuse e forti erano, già da tempo, le proteste indignate dell...
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The Islamic Republic of Iran dies – and knows it

Article from ABC Spain It has never been as weakened as in recent weeks On November 15, the Iranians woke up to the news that the price of gasoline had tripled. In a country that is one of the largest oil producers in the world. Violence broke out throughout the Islamic Republic. In 24 hours the Government was overwhelmed and made a radical decision: On November 17, the Internet was cut across the country. They stopped circulating all the images of the revolt. For a week citizens were cut...
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ISJ Letter to Cardinal Pietro Parolin

H.Em. Cardinal Pietro Parolin Secretary of State Vatican City State Rome 29th December 2019 Your Eminence, We follow closely the communications from the Holy See and were interested to hear the Christmas Message and Urbi et Orbe Blessing delivered this year by Pope Francis. We note that he mentioned a long list of countries that have suffered war, instability and the violation of human rights, including Venezuela, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Mali, Nigeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, C...
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Iran: Experts alarmed at alleged mistreatment of detained protesters

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GENEVA (20 December 2019) – UN human rights experts* today called on the Iranian authorities to release all individuals arbitrarily detained and mistreated during recent protests, and expressed concerns over the hundreds of people who have been killed. “We are shocked at reports of the ill-treatment of those detained during the protests that took place in November 2019, and deeply disturbed that the reported use of excessive force by the Iranian security forces led to an untold number of cas...
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Joint letter of 22 Noble Laureates to UN Secretary General

Joint Letter of Nobel laureates to the United Nations Secretary-General 13 December 2019 His Excellency Antonio Guterres United Nations Secretary-General Dear Secretary-General, We, the Nobel laureates signing this letter, seek to express our grave concerns over the recent deadly crackdown on anti-regime demonstrators in Iran and condemn the security forces’ use of lethal force against innocent people demanding their rights to be respected. The protests began on November 15th ove...
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