News and Analysis 3/20/21

“We came here legally and my husband wants to come here legally” — a U.S. green card holder:

Saudi minister Adel Al-Jubeil stated on Friday that the missiles using to attack its Aramco refineries were “Iranian-manufactured or Iranian-supplied”:

Iran intends to begin cold testing its restored Arak nuclear reactor which U.S.-abandoned JCPOA had shut down:

Polls show the Israeli election is headed for a “deadlock” as a desperate Netanyahu seeks to support from those so extreme as to have been outlawed even as he tries to buy Arab votes with promises of government funding:

“The Americans and their followers are acting like pirates as they are targeting the Syrian oil wealth and oil supplies” — Syrian oil minister Bassam Tomaa:

Israeli soldiers shot 42-year old Atef Yussef Hanaysheh in the head with live ammunition as he demonstrated against a wildcat settlement near his village. Israel says the villagers were throwing rocks at the occupation army:

The U.N. charges Iran’s use of prolonged solitary confinement and sleep deprivation against the scientist who went to “Iran to attend workshops on disaster medicine” constitute torture:

  • UN Rights Experts Call on Iran to End Torture of Swedish Scientist Ahmadreza Djalali (Jurist)

Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan tested positive for COVID-19 just two days after receiving his first dose of the Sinopharm vaccine:

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