A thinktank run by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has targeted Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps for demonization.
The Danish and Dutch governments have summoned the Saudi ambassadors to Copenhagen and Stockholm, respectively, in order to express their official protest after arresting and charging four terrorists for spying on behalf of the kingdom in the two European states.
A court in Kosovo has ordered a Muslim woman to be remanded in custody pending trial over a social media post criticizing the US assassination of Iran’s prominent anti-terror commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani.
British Protesters have demonstrated outside the US Embassy in London, showing their rejection of US President Donald Trump’s so called Deal of the Century which they say robs Palestinians of their basic human rights protected under international law.
Amnesty International says lawsuits and protests are planned in several European countries to oppose the voyage of a Saudi Arabian ship believed to be carrying a consignment of arms destined to be used in Saudi-led war against Yemen.
Hundreds of demonstrators from the Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) movement gathered outside HMS Belmarsh Prison on Saturday to support Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange.
Supporters of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange have braved the bone-chilling weather since the early hours of morning to assemble outside the high-security Belmarsh prison in southeast London. They have all gathered here calling for the freedom of a man they say speaks for all of them and is being punished for telling the truth.
Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has told the Sunday Times newspaper that he would like to make an official visit to Iran.
Five United Nations special rapporteurs have unveiled a letter to the German government censuring a German law that targets a pro-Palestinian boycott movement while insisting that criticism of the Israeli regime “is not anti-Semitic.”