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The political TV series of Armageddon to undermine dissidents and international figures-summary of episodes

The second part of an illustrated report on the political TV series of Armageddon that has been produced by the Research Office of Kayhan Institute. The series try to denounce and undermine spiritual dissidents, political and international figures and have been replayed several times by Islamic Republic State Television.

To read more about the summary of episodes, click here.

Underminig dissidents on political TV series of Armageddon- an overview

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_armageddon4.jpg“Paulo Coelho is Satanist and a corrupt”, “Osho is a perverse”, “American presidents, European leaders, most of the western countries’ authorities and even the Pope are all Satanist”. “Elia M. (the leader of Elahioun; Elyasin) claims divinity and claims to be the last redeemer and he is a corrupt”, “Satanism is a Zionistic cult, and CIA and Mossad are looking for the savior of Shia (Imam Mahdi) to assassinate him.” …

The above mentioned sentences are the extract of episodes 25 and 26 of Armageddon TV series (the final battle between Good and Evil). The episodes have been replayed several times on…

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Human Rights: Brief News

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0aahuman.jpgPolitical prisoner sentenced to 15 years in prisonThe Revolutionary Court headed by Justice Moghise sentenced Hassan Astiani to 15 years in prison after he was convicted of involvement in terrorist activities.

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Iran’s ‘domestic Internet’ schedule slips

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_images_23.jpgBy Richard Chirgwin

Iran’s leader Ayatollah Khamenei had best make the most of his time on Twitter and Instagram, since the country’s telecommunications minister is doggedly pressing ahead with his program to cut the country off from the Internet. In the fullness of time, as Sir Humphrey Appleby would have put it.

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International Religious Freedom Report

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_religious.jpgStat.gov - Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

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Iran young, urbanised and educated: census

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_young.jpgTEHRAN — Iran is a very urbanised society with a largely educated, young Muslim population that ranks as the Middle East's second-biggest, its latest census figures, published on Sunday, show.

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The 45th attack on Master Elia by Iranian extremist clergies

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(A summary of Armageddon TV Series, episode 25)

It occurred shortly after the Islamic Advertisement Organization (IDO) targeted Elia’s personality at International Exhibition of Soft War. The new attack is a TV Seri called “Armageddon; the final battle between the Good and Evil in Christian and Jewish viewpoint”.

 

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Releases of prisoners of conscience after pardon not enough

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_freed-iranian-political-prisoners.jpgAnyone held in Iran solely for the peaceful exercise of their human rights should immediately and unconditionally be released, Amnesty International has said, following the pardoning by Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of at least 130 political prisoners, including prisoners of conscience, from Tehran's Evin Prison.

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Criticism in Iran Over Children Attending Public Executions

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ax.jpgIran has the second-highest annual rate of executions in the world, after China.[1]According to the regime, those executed are criminals convicted of felonies such as murder, rape and drug trafficking; human rights activists say that some are regime opponents.

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Release of Green Leaders precondition for elections

c_120_80_16777215_00___images_karoubi.jpgGVF — Any debate over the upcoming presidential elections will have to take place after the release opposition leaders Mehdi Karroubi and Mir Hossein Mousavi, believes former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami.

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An Interview with Family Members of Two Iranian Victims Executed for Their Religious Beliefs

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0bahai-e1341370782710.jpgJuly 04, 2012

“They weren’t engaged in any political activities. They were executed solely for their [religious] beliefs. They were told to either [convert to] Islam or face the gallows. They were executed without the knowledge of their families. The families were unable to retrieve their bodies.”– The family member of an executed victim in Shiraz, Iran on June 18, 1983. Earlier that year, six men related to the women were executed.

Read more: An Interview with Family Members of Two Iranian Victims Executed for Their Religious Beliefs
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