Why footballer Amir Nasr sentenced to death in Iran?

Why footballer Amir Nasr sentenced to death supporting women's rights in Iran?

Twenty-six-year-old Amir Nasr-Azadani, a defender of the Iranjavan football club, was sentenced to death for “enmity towards God”, a very serious crime in the empire of nonsense. Thousands of individuals will have been raised against capital punishment, but FIFA, for example, has kept a shameful silence until now that it does not seem willing to break. … Read more

Has Iran’s morality police abolished? Not really

Has Iran’s morality police abolished? Not really

Iran’s semi-official news agency ISNA reported that Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, Iran’s attorney general, had said on Saturday that the morality police “had been shut down.” However, no details have been provided and the alleged decision has not been corroborated by official state media. Iranian state media was quick to clarify that Montazeri was only acknowledging … Read more

Fact Check: Iran did not sentence 15,000 protesters to death

Fact Check: Iran did not sentence 15,000 protesters to death

Amid protests in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini, various reports, including posts by various celebrities, have claimed that Iran has “sentenced” 15,000 protesters to death. Some said the death penalty was ‘imposed’ on 15,000. Claims began floating on social media platforms after human rights groups estimated that 15,000 protesters were detained in Iran … Read more

Story of Iranian Woman Photojournalist Aitai Shakibafar

Ground Report | New Delhi: Photojournalist Aitai Shakibafar; Aitai Shakibafar is a documentary photographer and photojournalist based in Tehran, Iran. She has experience of more than 14 years in this field and holds a bachelor of arts in photography from the University of Arts and Architecture (UAA) and a master’s in graphics art University of … Read more