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Iran: Guilty as Charged

BY IRWIN COTLER NOVEMBER 27, 2006   Published in: National Post  December 22, 2006 Argentinean Special Prosecutors have found that senior Iranian government officials, including former Iranian ... Read more

The terror of Tehran

How can Canada bring Saeed Mortazavi to trial for the Kazemi murder? ... Read more

Experts rebut Romney claims on ex-Iran chief article

Milford Daily News By Associated Press Sunday, September 10, 2006 BOSTON -- Three human rights organizations and other experts are disputing Gov. Mitt Romney's claims ... Read more

Clarification regarding Sept. 9, 2006 Boston Globe article

It is well-documented that numerous, serious human rights violations occurred in Iran during Khatami’s presidency. However, the task of precisely determining responsibility ... Read more

Romney's accusation on Khatami disputed

The Boston Globe By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff | September 9, 2006 WASHINGTON -- Leading human rights groups and academics yesterday disputed aspects of Governor ... Read more

Iran's woeful human rights record

Mora Johnson National Post Wednesday, August 23, 2006 Earlier this month, Islamic Republic of Iran authorities announced that NobelPeace Laureate Shirin Ebadi’s organization, the Centre of ... Read more

Iran set to shut down group publishing Kazemi death report: "Culture of Impunity"

Allison Hanes | National Post | August 17, 2006 The Iranian government is trying to shut down the human rights group of Nobel Peace Prize­  winning ... Read more

U.S Program Is Directed at Altering Iran's Politics

By STEVEN R. WEISMAN New York Times April 15, 2006 WASHINGTON, April 8 — As the Bush administration confronts the Tehran government over its suspected nuclear ... Read more

Hungering for Reform in Iran

Akbar Ganji Puts His Life on the Line ... Read more

U.S Commission on International Religious Freedom Roundtable on Iran

TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2005 2:00 – 3:00 P.M. WASHINGTON , D.C. Transcript by: Federal News Service, Washington, D.C JOSEPH R. CRAPA: Okay, why don’t we begin? ... Read more

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