U.N may investigate new Iranian president’s deadly past- Alexander Grinberg

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UN #humanrights investigator on Iran, Javaid Rehman making major headlines Monday. Rehman saying that in his many years in the position, he’s gathered tons of evidence and testimony against the #Ayatollah regime, including on continued suppression and alleged abuses by Tehran today. In fact, Rehman even suggests he has proof of “deliberate manipulations” ahead of the recent Iranian presidential election. Speaking of the election itself, Rehman calling on the #UN to finally officially open independent investigations into #EbrahimRaisi. Raisi, who is Iran’s current president elect, is also known as the hangman of Tehran – suspected of major involvement in hundreds of extrajudicial killings back in 1988. Alexander Grinberg | Geopolitical Advisor, Reut Group Get the latest news from Israel - SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/2IMxJdB Follow ILTV Israel News on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/iltvisraelnews/ Follow ILTV Israel News on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/iltv_israel/ Follow ILTV Israel News on Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/ILTVNews ILTV Israel News Website - https://www.iltv.tv ILTV is an independent English-language media company based in Tel Aviv that provides daily news and entertainment to its viewers. Launched in 2015, ILTV is committed to producing high quality content in a broad array of subjects, from reporting news and current events to programming which highlights technology, art and entertainment, sports and culture. In today’s media, biased reporting and anti-Israel agendas are prevalent, as the State of Israel is under relentless attack. From the “spinning” of unfolding political events in order to display Israel in a negative light, to the misrepresenting facts, media outlets are providing the fuel which shapes negative public opinion and contributes to the Delegitimization of the State of Israel. #Israelnews #israel #Iltvisraelnews #newsfromisrael #israeltoday #iltvdailynews #tv7
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