We begin this edition of A Window to the Fatherland with reading from the memoirs of Dr Farhad Behbahani about the torture of the Derwish spiritual leader Dr NouralikhanTabandeh, in Evin prison.
We wil then watch two video clips in one of which a religious reciter celebrates the Eide Ghadir, and in the other one a mullah unashamedly talks about how “principled” the despotic leaders of the Islamic republic are.
Then we will report on the news of the grandson of ayatollah Mojtahedi and a rap singer now becoming a mayor in Iran, as well as the naming of a park in southern Germany after Abdulfattah Sultani, the human rights lawyer who has been behind bars for the last six years.
Later we will report on the success of Navid Mohammadzadeh as the best actor in the Venice Film Festival.
We will continue the program with reporting on the latest news about the murder of the two Kolbars (human transporters of goods) and the mass protests of local people against the security forces responsible for their deaths.
Later we will reveal the Iranian regime’s behind the scene role in the 9th September terrorist attack against the twin towers in New York and the role of Rouhani’s top official Mrs Massoumeh Ebtakar in torturing the US embassy hostages.
And at the end, as usual, we will update you on the latest news and current affair of the Middle East region.
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