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Youhanna Najdi

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About Youhanna
Youhanna Najdi is a journalist.
Languages
German English Persian (Farsi)
Services
Interview (Video / Broadcast) Documentaries News Gathering
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Skills
Fact Checking
Portfolio

Under the Microscope

16 Mar 2024  |  رادیو فردا
The article examines and refutes several claims made by Iranian officials regarding the non-existence of the Guidance Patrol, the dismissal of depression as irrelevant in Iran, the improvement of the country's economic situation, the misrepresentation of inflation and economic hardship, the security of Tehran, and the capacity of Iran's food production. It uses evidence such as expert opinions, social media content, and official statistics to demonstrate that these claims are misleading and do not reflect the actual conditions faced by the Iranian people.

Iran: Another Women's Rights Activist Sentenced

27 Jan 2024  |  www.dw.com
Journalist and human rights activist Ghazaleh Zarea has been sentenced to three years in prison by an Iranian revolutionary court for charges including 'hostile propaganda against the state' and 'collaboration with anti-revolutionary foreigners.' Zarea, who was arrested in July 2023, has been involved in supporting working children and female victims of domestic violence. Her uncle, Farhad Payar, believes her arrest is linked to his journalistic activities. Deutsche Welle's editor-in-chief, Manuela Kasper-Claridge, condemned the sentence, calling it an attempt to silence independent journalism. Zarea plans to appeal the sentence.

What would be Iran's role in Hamas' attacks on Israel?

12 Oct 2023  |  dw.com
Following Hamas' terrorist attacks on Israel from the Gaza Strip, Israeli authorities suspect Iran's involvement, a known supporter of anti-Israel militant groups in the Middle East. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Israeli officials like Ambassador Michael Herzog and UN Ambassador Gilad Erdan have voiced concerns over Iran's role in enabling Hamas. Iran, however, denies involvement, framing its support for Palestinian groups as legitimate defense. The attacks come amidst discussions of diplomatic normalization between Saudi Arabia and Israel, which Iran opposes. Despite denials, there are claims of Iranian Revolutionary Guard involvement in planning the attacks, though evidence is not conclusive. Israel has vowed a severe retaliation, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stating the attacks will 'transform the Middle East'.

Iran sentences niece of DW journalist to jail

22 Jan 2023  |  www.dw.com
Ghazaleh Zarea, a civil activist and niece of former DW journalist Farhad Payar, has been sentenced to three years in prison by Iran's Revolutionary Court for charges including propaganda against the regime and collaborating with opposition groups. Her arrest and sentencing are seen as attempts to intimidate her uncle and silence independent journalism. Deutsche Welle's editor-in-chief, Manuela Kasper-Claridge, condemned the Iranian government's actions, calling for the reversal of Zarea's sentence. Zarea plans to appeal the verdict.

Protests in Iran. Tehran's Brutal Response

25 Oct 2022  |  Onet Wiadomości
The ongoing protests in Iran, sparked by the death of Jina Mahsa Amini, have garnered widespread support and pose a significant challenge to the Iranian leadership and its theocratic regime. The government's response has escalated to intense and open violence, with security forces using lethal weapons and severe measures to suppress the demonstrations. The protests have led to school closures, student uprisings, and cyber-attacks on government organizations. Despite the government's efforts, including the use of ununiformed security forces and internet restrictions, the protests continue to spread, highlighting the regime's struggle to maintain control.

Protests in Iran. Tehran's brutal response. 'A whole palette of lethal weapons'

24 Oct 2022  |  wiadomosci.gazeta.pl
For over a month, Iran has been experiencing widespread protests following the death of Jina Mahsa Amini, who allegedly violated strict dress codes and died after being beaten by police. The largest teachers' union organized a boycott, and students at Sharif University protested by dismantling cafeteria gender segregation barriers. An anonymous hacker group leaked data from Iran's atomic energy organization demanding the release of political prisoners. The protests have escalated to the point where the government is using lethal force and recruiting thugs and youth to suppress them. Human rights organizations report over 240 deaths, including minors. Internet access is increasingly restricted, with social media platforms only accessible via VPN.

Ministry of Guidance's 'Railroad' for Filmmakers Towards 'Headquarters' of Art

13 Oct 2021  |  رادیو فردا
The article discusses the Ministry of Guidance's increasing political-security approach to the arts, particularly cinema, under Mohammad Mehdi Esmaeili. It highlights Ali Khamenei's consistent criticism of the virtual space. The piece also touches on Meysam Nili's connections within the Islamic Republic, the government's control over the education system, the Revolutionary Guard's role in the downing of a Ukrainian plane, and the systematic lies surrounding it. The article examines the Islamic Republic's handling of various issues, including the economy, the military, and the suppression of protests, and reflects on the political landscape following the leak of Mohammad Javad Zarif's files.

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