Tag: Irans

Home » Irans
Iran’s Khamenei vows revenge after deadly attack on Shi’ite pilgrims
Post

Iran’s Khamenei vows revenge after deadly attack on Shi’ite pilgrims

DUBAI, Oct 27 (Reuters) – Iran’s supreme Leader vowed on Thursday to retaliate against those threatening the country’s security after the massacre of Shi’ite pilgrims, an assault claimed by Islamic State which threatens to inflame tensions amid widespread anti-government protests. In a statement read on state TV, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the assailants “will surely...

Iran’s New Protest Generation | The New Yorker
Post

Iran’s New Protest Generation | The New Yorker

Last month, Iran’s Gen Z was ignited when twenty-two-year-old Mahsa Amini died after being picked up by the morality police for “inappropriate dress.” (She had exposed too much of her hair in public.) The first five weeks of protests have differed from other bursts of unrest. In 2009, millions of adults took to the street...

Several people killed as gunmen open fire at shrine in Iran’s Shiraz
Post

Several people killed as gunmen open fire at shrine in Iran’s Shiraz

Issued on: 26/10/2022 – 18:38 At least 13 people were killed and several others were injured when gunmen on Wednesday opened fire at a Shiite Muslim shrine in the southern Iranian city of Shiraz, state media reported. State TV, which put the death toll at 13, blamed the attack on “takfiris,” a term that refers...

She grew up during Iran’s Islamic revolution in 1979. Today, artist Marjane Satrapi feels conflicted her memoir is “more accurate than ever”
Post

She grew up during Iran’s Islamic revolution in 1979. Today, artist Marjane Satrapi feels conflicted her memoir is “more accurate than ever”

Written by Leah Dolan, CNN Iranian-French artist Marjane Satrapi was 10 when wearing the veil became compulsory at the non-religious, French-speaking school she attended in Tehran. Previously, boys and girls were taught together, but she was soon also separated from her male friends in the name of a cultural revolution instigated by revolutionary leader Ayatollah...

Iran’s assistance to Russia could make country an enemy combatant, missing family found and more top headlines
Post

Iran’s assistance to Russia could make country an enemy combatant, missing family found and more top headlines

Good morning and welcome to Fox News’ morning newsletter, Fox News First. Subscribe now to get Fox News First in your email. And here’s what you need to know to start your day … ALLEGED WAR CRIMES – Iran’s assistance to Russian war effort in Ukraine could make the country an enemy combatant, experts say. Continue reading …...

Iran’s atomic energy organization says e-mail was hacked
Post

Iran’s atomic energy organization says e-mail was hacked

DUBAI, Oct 23 (Reuters) – Iran’s atomic energy organization said that an e-mail server belonging to one of its subsidiaries had been hacked from a foreign country and information published online, state media reported on Sunday. An Iranian hacking group, Black Reward, said in a statement published on Twitter that it had released hacked information...

The digital news site breaking stories on Iran’s protests
Post

The digital news site breaking stories on Iran’s protests

Comment on this story Comment Last month, Aida Ghajar saw a tweet saying a girl had been beaten by Iranian police and was hospitalized. The woman had no name, and there was no confirmation it actually happened. Ghajar, a reporter for the scrappy digital news outlet IranWire, reached out along with her editor to the...