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Fazel Hawramy for Al-Monitor, 3 November 2013 SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq — Mohammad Karimi was driving his car between two towns in [...]

Fazel Hawramy for Al-Monitor, 21 August 2013 In early August 1988, Amir Atiabi, a 31-year-old leftist dissident, heard strange thumping sounds at [...]

Fazel Hawramy, 24 March 2013, Article 19 It was a hot day in June 1986 in the Kurdish region of western Iran. [...]

The day on the 13th of July 1989 was the ‘the day of sacrifice’ in Islamic calendar. One of the [...]

The 1980s was a particularly grim decade even by the Islamic Republic’s standards, during which time over five thousand political [...]

The Guardian,11 June 2012 by Fazel Hawramy Many imprisoned Iranian journalists, stripped of their basic rights by the government, are [...]

By Fazel Hawramy, Tuesday 3 April 2012 As the Iranian New Year holiday comes to an end, it is estimated [...]

This week, Iran ‘s parliament approved a new amendment to a controversial law in the civil code that allows men to [...]

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, recently tweeted that it was “the Islamic Republic and the Islamic Revolution, which gave rise to [...]

On Saturday an anti-war protest organised by Stop the War Coalition took place in front of the US Embassy in [...]