Coronavirus In Iran: A Holocaust For Political Prisoners – OpEd

Credit: Eurasia Review- Published on March 13, 2020
The coronavirus and its mismanagement by the Iranian regime are victimizing more and more people every day.

According to reports posted by the Iranian opposition, more than 3,300 people have lost their lives to the virus so far, second only to China.  The situation of the prisons and prisoners in Iran is deplorably...
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