Iranian lawmakers have adopted a number of motions to further support and protect the rights of women and children in the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani has censured western powers for adopting double-standard policies on human rights, lamenting that the self-proclaimed advocates of human rights keep mum about grave crimes committed by their allies against nations in the region but shed crocodile tears for Iranian protestors.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week urged the world to “help” the children and teenagers of Iran who, he said, are being oppressed by the Iranian government, but the world still remembers the bitter stories of numerous Palestinian kids oppressed by the Israeli regime during the past decades.
A top Zoroastrian cleric in Iran’s Isfahan province has dismissed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s claims that religious minorities in Iran do not have freedom, saying that such statements are futile and groundless.
The Israeli military, in a “humanitarian gesture”, recently evacuated the White Helmets, a creative wing of terrorists fighting in Syria who are known for their fake reports about chemical attacks in the war-torn country.
While a huge number of media outlets across the world put all their focus on the recent rescue of 12 little boys from a cave in Thailand, the Saudi-led coalition’s slaughter of Yemeni children on a daily basis sparks no significant reaction from the world.
The German Interior Ministry says one of 69 Afghan refugees it deported last week has committed suicide on the way back home.
A senior human rights activist says the US’ support for the anti-Iran MKO terrorist group comes despite the fact that the cult has assassinated thousands of innocent people, including American citizens, and never apologized for that.
Iran has reiterated its call on the UN, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and other human rights bodies to find the four Iranian diplomats abducted by the Israeli regime 36 years ago.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has commemorated the 30th anniversary of the downing of an Iranian civilian plane by the US Navy over Persian Gulf waters, saying the nation would never forget the “terrible” crime committed by Americans.