Taraneh Mousavi, 28, was among hundreds arrested on June 19th, 2009 in Iran's post-election aftermath. Like many of the detained, tortured, beaten and murdered citizens who took part in civil protests against the election results, there has been no news of her whereabouts.
Breaking a long silence, former Iranian president Hashemi Rafsanjani will lead Friday Prayers, and all eyes are on what side in the intensifying post-election political crisis he will take, Kamal Nazer Yasin
The concept is that we are the first group to suffer the lethal effects of the poison spread by by repressive mass movements, but not the last.
That, so the theory goes, makes us a convenient warning sign for others ...assuming that they're watching us being choked by the poison!
Reacting to recent violence against peaceful demonstrators in Iran, many MIT students have expressed their disapproval at the Iranian government — they have taken action in supporting the Iranians’ right to free
Qom assembly calls for release of political prisoners. Deepening splits among Iran's clergy came to the surface today , with a senior clerical group calling Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election "illegitimate".
Institute for the Secularization of Islamic Society 03 July 2009
By Azam Kamguian
What I am going to talk about is Islam; contemporary Islam in Iran. I will describe some episodes of Islamic carnage and pass you briefly through what happened and still is happening in Iran. I will talk about those who have nurtured Islamic movements or have tried to justify Islam. I will conclude by emphasizing the urgency of achieving the victory of humanity over Islam and the practical steps that should be taken to achieve this.