Deputy Judiciary Chief and head of Iran's Human Rights Headquarters Kazzem Qaribabadi strongly blasted EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell for his meddlesome comment regarding the death sentence given to a terrorist ringleader who was convicted of planning a series of terror attacks on Iran's soil, including the 2008 deadly attack on a mosque in Shiraz.
"A terrorist Iranian national was supported in Europe and in the United States," Qaribabadi wrote on his Twitter account on Saturday, adding
May 1 of each year marks the celebration of workers all over the world, which is held to commemorate this industrious class. In Iran, just like other countries, this day is an opportunity to honor the workers of our country. Workers have been the focus of attention due to the importance of their presence in various economic fields as well as their significant and influential population. Since before the Islamic Revolution, violent left-wing groups and movements have claimed to support the
Elias Nasiri was born in Isfahan in 1940. He was very precise and disciplined and alsoو the security of the country was important to him. That’s why he was hired by the gendarmerie and served the country in this uniform. Finally, on January 8, 1983, he was martyred in an armed conflict with elements of terrorist groups.
Mazher Ghorbani was born in 1965 in Zanjan. He was a high school student when the terrorists caused insecurity in western Iran. Like all the youth of the country, he was sent to the western front to confront the enemy, and finally on January 12, 1981, he was martyred in a conflict with elements of terrorist groups in Sardasht.
Bahman Ansarian was born in 1959 in West Azerbaijan. After the victory of the Islamic revolution, he became a member of the Kurdish Muslim Peshmerga organization to fight against terrorists and counter-revolutionary forces. Finally, on January 13, 1983, he was martyred in Naqdeh due to explosion of a bomb planted by terrorists.
Mohammad Taghi Hamadanian was born in Isfahan in 1958. He was an auto body technician. When the imposed Iran-Iraq war began, he became a member of the Basij and went to western Iran, and finally, on January 12, 1983, he was hit with a bullet and martyred during a conflict with terrorist groups in Sanandaj.
Iranian President Ayatollah Ebrahim Raisi has underlined Iran’s readiness to press ahead with supporting the Yemenis and called on Europe to stop supporting terrorists.
Ayatollah Raisi made the remarks in separate phone calls with Alexander De Croo, the Prime Minister of Belgium, and Mahdi al-Mashat, Chairman of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen.
In response to the telephone call of al-Mashat on Friday evening, Ayatollah Raisi congratulated the members of the council and the great
Bijan Rajabi Khaljiri was born in Gilan in 1963. When the imposed Iran-Iraq war began, he joined the army to defend the country. Finally, on January 14, 1983, he was martyred with a bullet during a conflict with elements of terrorist groups.
Samad Zafari was born in Hamedan in 1966. He was a student when the terrorists caused insecurity in western Iran. Like all the youth of the country, he was sent to the west to confront the enemy, and finally, on January 19, 1983, he was martyred with a bullet in a conflict with elements of terrorist groups.
Iranian security forces have dismantled an operative cell affiliated with the terrorist Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) in northern Iran.
Following an elaborate intelligence operation, security forces identified the members of a cell that had acted against the security of Amol, Mazandaran, an Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) regional commander told reporters on Sunday.
Colonel Abedin Daghmechi said members of the dismantled group were detained before they could act on a plot to