Oct 11, 2015

Iranian Resistance calls on EU's Ashton to cancel Tehran visit, cites surge in executions

The misogynist mullahs' regime ruling in Iran, hanged Farzaneh Moradi, a 25-year-old woman, on Tuesday, March 4, in a prison in the city of Isfahan after she had spent six years in prison. The criminal sentence was carried out despite extensive o...

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