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Pulling the internet plug in Iran

If you think Iran had crossed the line with extreme measures of controlling their people, you may want to think again. Perhaps the death of North Korea’s Kim Jong Il made you think the Iranian people are much better off in the grand scheme of things. Well, the latest news on the media war between the people and the state will make you think Kim Jong Il died, moved to Iran and is now heading the country. Read More »

Chavez, Ahmadinejad and Iran’s nuclear program

The relationship between the United States and Iran seems to be always simmering in a pool of historical malcontent. However, since the West started suspecting that Iran’s nuclear program had more to do with acquiring a bomb than producing energy, the temperature of this “diplomatic kitchen” has reached its boiling point. The recent discovery of an Iranian plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington, the assassination of several Iranian scientist involved in their country’s nuclear program, and the crash of a US drone in Iran tells us that desperation is taking over both sides. This week, the media is buzzing about how the US should deal with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s regime if an escalation of conflict came to happen. Read More »

Free the innocent, Free Nasrin Sotoudeh

You are an outspoken female lawyer who courageously defends human rights and women’s rights in Iran.  You actively challenge the Iranian political system in a fight for freedom, reform and change.  Sadly, you are most likely in prison or on your way to prison. The above account specifically describes the case of Nasrin Sotoudeh:  an Iranian mother, wife, lawyer, human rights defender and justice activist who is currently serving a reduced six year sentence in Iran’s infamous prison, Evin. In addition to her six year prison term, Sotoudeh has been banned from practicing law for 10 years. Read More »

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