They say the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez helped broker a deal between Argentina and Iran that secured cash for Argentina (including funds for Fernandez's 2007 presidential run) and nuclear intelligence for Iran on top of derailing the AMIA probe.
"Not only is [the Veja report] credible, but it underscores the allegations prosecutor Nisman put forth about Iran's longstanding desire to have Argentina restart nuclear cooperation with Iran," Toby Dershowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies told Business Insider.
Seven million were already past the government's recommended marrying guideline age of 29.
The trend was producing the "unpleasant and dangerous social side effects" of premarital sex, Mr Asarnia said.
However, the organisation later attempted to dismiss the findings.
Mr Asarnia said Iran had around 15 million single young people and that 1.5 million more were becoming eligible for marriage each year.
The government has also announced plans to to establish marriage bureaux to help people find partners.
On January 1, Saudi Arabia executed the cleric Nimr al-Nimr, a leading figure for the Shiite minority in the country.
At 1am on Sunday morning The Times of Israel reported that despite only following some 90 profiles, Mr Netanyahu now subscribed to the tweets of @Persian Hot Book, which describes itself as “the first library of hot sex books [in the] Persian language”.Three former Venezuelan government officials who defected from Hugo Chavez's regime spoke to the Brazilian magazine Veja about an alleged alliance between Argentina, Venezuela, and Iran, which included a deal in which Argentina would get Interpol to remove from its database the names of Iranians suspected of bombing a Jewish center in Buenos Aires in 1994.Alberto Nisman, an Argentine prosecutor, had been investigating the deadly bombing before he was found dead in his apartment in January with a gunshot wound to the head."The sterilization should be done through a project to convince homeless women to prevent social harm," he added.Last week, when images of homeless men and women sleeping in open graves outside Tehran shocked Iranian society, a cartoonist said on social media that the women must be sterilized because they give birth to children with "weak genes".
The government has already tried to boost the marriage rate, which had an unprecedented 1.2 per cent decline in 2005, the paper said.