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Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has condemned the insulting, again, of the holy Quran in Sweden.
Iran’s foreign minister says the Islamic countries will follow up on the decision to boycott the Danish and Swedish goods following the continued desecration of Islamic sanctities in the two European countries.
The Swedish and Danish chargés d'affaires in Tehran were called to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in protest at the repeated desecration of the Holy Quran.
Representatives of student mourning groups hold a rally outside the Swedish embassy in Tehran to condemn the desecration of the Holy Quran in the European country.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stated that mere condemnation of sacrilege of the Holy Quran by the Swedish government is not enough, and that Stockholm should bring the perpetrators of the heinous act to justice.
People have held a protest rally in Tehran to condemn the desecration of the holy Quran in Sweden. The rally happened after the Friday prayers in the Iranian capital.
Iranians have held a protest rally outside the Swedish embassy in the capital Tehran to condemn the burning of the Quran in the European country.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has harshly reacted to the burning of the Holy Quran in Sweden describing it as a desecration of all religions.
The chargé d’affaires of the Swedish Embassy in Tehran was summoned to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in protest at the recent desecration of the Holy Quran in the European country.
Hamid Nouri, a former Iranian judiciary official serving a life sentence in a Swedish jail, has broken the all-time record of solitary confinement in the history of the Nordic country, according to a report.
Iran’s top human rights official slams Sweden for "turning into a safe haven for anti-Iran terrorists, saying all terror grouplets possess a base in the Scandinavian country."
Swedish lawyers for Iranian national Hamid Nouri who is on trial in the European country have put up a defense of their client which is important from a historical and legal perspective.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani vehemently condemned the desecration of the Holy Quran in Sweden as a brazen example of hatemongering and violence against Muslims.
Hamid Nouri, a former Iranian judiciary official who has been illegally detained in Sweden, blasts a new trial procedure opened against him in the European country, saying he will not join the “unfair” process as long as his problems remain unresolved.
The son of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison in Sweden, says the Stockholm government’s mistreatment of his father and lack of cooperation with family visits are a “concrete example” of torture.
The son of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison in Sweden for alleged rights violations in Iran, says Stockholm has cut all contact between his father and his family.
An appeals court in Sweden is due to announce a verdict in the case of Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison for alleged rights violations in the 1980s.
Iran’s Prosecutor-General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri writes to his Swedish counterpart to complain over violations of the rights of former Iranian official Hamid Nouri, who had been illegally jailed in the Scandinavian country since 2018.
The Iranian foreign minister says the verdict issued by a Swedish court against former Iranian official Hamid Nouri lacked any credibility and legal qualifications.
The Iranian foreign ministry has summoned the Swedish charge d’affaires in Tehran following the attack on the embassy of the Islamic Republic in Stockholm on Friday.
Sweden has reportedly intensified restrictions on an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison for alleged rights violations in the 1980s.
The Iranian Judiciary spokesman says the Swedish national arrested in the country on suspicion of espionage may face additional charges in the course of his trial process.
Hamid Nouri, an Iranian citizen who has received a life sentence by a Swedish court over the alleged prisoner abuse accusations in the 1980s, says he has not been given the chance to read the verdict issued 18 days ago.
The ringleader of a terrorist cell calling itself Movement of Nadhal has confessed that the Swedish government and security officials of the European country, support him.