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Fatemah Zahra wanted by FBI

FBI, Wasnington D.C. Field Office:



Fatemah Zahra, Narges Witt


Witt is known to speak Farsi and reside in Iran.


Monica Elfriede Witt is wanted for her alleged involvement in criminal activities to include espionage and conspiracy to commit espionage.  On February 8, 2019, a grand jury in the United States District Court, District of Columbia, indicted Witt and a federal arrest warrant was issued for her after she was charged with Conspiracy to Deliver National Defense Information to Representatives of a Foreign Government and Delivering National Defense Information to Representatives of a Foreign Government, specifically the Government of Iran.


Trump on Iranians

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Islamists' celebrities

Celebrities of the Islamist fascists' "Fajr movie festival"

Another one

Afsaneh Emami, an Iranian Baha’i was arrested at her home in Tehran on Saturday.

Baha’i believers, the indigenous humanistic Iranian religion, are perpetually and systematically persecuted by the Islamist fascists.


Islamist Bracelet

Handcuffed Iranian labor activist Parvin Mohammadi



Be their voice

Parvin Mohammadi & Jafar Azim-zadeh, two imprisoned Iranian labor activists.


The signs in Tehran say: Labor activists should not be in prison.

Iran's Dog ban

Iranian authorities have banned walking dogs in public places in the capital Tehran, according to the Tehran police chief on Tuesday. 

Speaking to the Iran's Young Journalists Club (YJC) news agency, Hossein Rahimi said those violating the ban will be penalized.

Transporting dogs in private vehicles are also banned.

Easy money

Islamic Republic promised to defend downtrodden, but instead subsidizes privilege & indolence of own elite’s children. Persian educational video covers corruption which lets these “Aghazadeh”, create economic cartels & make easy money.

Deprived females

Two female political prisoners in Iran in a joint letter have announced a three-day hunger strike in protest to being deprived of medical care.

Human rights activist Narges Mohammadi and British-Iranian dual citizen Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliff have complained that, despite international and Iranian laws and their repeated pleas, their right to receive medical care has been denied.