The arrests of dual nationals represent the tip of an iceberg of injustice that underpins—and will eventually undermine—the Islamic Republic.
The stalwarts of the Iranian system have constructed an elaborate ideological and bureaucratic edifice aimed at preserving their own power.
In fact, these arrests are purely political, the inevitable byproduct of a ruling system that is steeped in a culture of paranoia, particularly toward the West.
He was chosen as a "Young Global Leader" by the World Economic Forum in 2007.
Baquer Namazi, a former Iranian provincial governor, served as UNICEF representative in Somalia, Kenya, Egypt and elsewhere, and for a time ran Hamyaran, an umbrella agency for Iranian non-governmental organisations.
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TEHRAN (FNA)- It takes skill to make something half-truth truth again.
And skill is something British Prime Minister Theresa May doesn't have, in particular when it comes to scapegoating Iran.