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Friday, January 29, 2021

This is how Iran treats journalists, protesters, gay people, human rights activists and anyone who opposes the regime - Iran's regime is a Shiite version of ISIS

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The Biden administration is reversing Trump's tough policy against the Iranian terrorist regime while completely ignoring the war crimes and crimes against humanity that are carried out by the Iranian terrorist regime and its affiliates in the Middle East (Shiite militias and terrorist organizations).
Please everyone watch and share all the videos and posts embedded below all over social networks to call on US Congress to thwart any attempt of the Biden administration to empower and reward the Iranian terrorist regime.
Over the past year Iran's terrorist regime has executed Rouhollah Zam, a dissident journalist a year after he was kidnapped by the Revolutionary Guards from Iraq and forcibly repatriated to face trial.
Iran also hanged champion wrestler Navid Afkari in September after he was accused of taking part in anti-regime protests.
In Iran's prisons there are more than 7000 protesters on a death row after they were arrested during mass protests in November 2019, when 1500 protesters were shot to death in the streets, including hundreds of women and dozens of children.
Iran’s regime holds the infamous record of the world’s top executioner per capita. It also ranks first for most number of juvenile executions in the world. Women are also victims of the death penalty in Iran, with dozens of women hanged in public squares every year.
The regime in Iran uses the death penalty as a tool to suppress and silence a disgruntled society the majority of whom live under the poverty line, are unemployed and deprived of freedom of speech.

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