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Iran

Badia Fahs
In cases of imprisonment and execution, when the international pressure on Iran intensifies, the Revolutionary Court usually resorts to the option of “fake escalation”, when in truth, it is actually seeking the physical liquidation of dissidents…
Diana Moukalled- Lebanese writer and journalist
The press is being humiliated every day while simply performing its duties. So, confrontation is required, and the values ​​that the profession is supposed to emanate from, are today within the reach of media mercenaries…
Mizer Kamal
“Everyone here is terrorized, including the security forces… I am a member of several WhatsApp groups with the loyalists, i.e. pro- Iran political parties and armed militias. I have personally witnessed the extent of incitement against activists engaged in local protest movements … ”
Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
Hisham knew very well what awaited him. Threats had already been directly targeting him, and the party that betrayed him at night with a silencer was not anonymous.
Hazem El Amin- Lebanese writer and journalist
The collapse began to reach us through small stories. A young man committed suicide in Hamra street in the middle of the day, and another was found hanging in the Al-Zeina valley region, north of Saida.
Safia Mahdi
In conjunction with the widespread uprisings around the world condemning racial discrimination against minorities, more division and discrimination practices deepen within the Yemeni society.
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
Many questions remain unanswered by the “Caesar Act”, the one supposedly directed against the Syrian regime. Among the most significant ones is: “Does the Caesar Act have the ability to disturb the Syrian Regime’s military machinery and its security grip, since it has been labelled the Civilians Protection Law?”
Myriam Sweidan
Days after returning home, Romina was murdered horribly, with her own father beheading her while she was sleeping, with the use of a farming sickle.
Mizer Kamal
Iraqi leader Muqtada al-Sadr uses the term “pulling the ear” as a threat to his opponents, and indeed his loyalists have begun practicing direct and public violence against his critics.
Nadine Abdallah
Indeed, it is in part a consequence of this cultural struggle that one can witness the emergence of one of Iranian cinema’s most important themes: despair.
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