Under US regulations pertaining to Iran sanctions, §560.201,
Except as otherwise authorized pursuant to this part, and
notwithstanding any contract entered into or any license or permit
granted prior to May 7, 1995, the importation into the United States
of any goods or services of Iranian origin or owned or controlled by
the Government of Iran, other than ...
There is a treaty between Cyprus and Iran which avoids double taxation. By your description, you are exclusively a resident of Iran, meaning that you are subject to Iranian tax law (article 4), also see article 14. You do not gain Cypriot tax liability because of you have a contract with a Cypriot firm.
If you are ordinarily an Iranian resident (have not fled the country) then 31 CFR 560.419 still applies, even if you e.g. happen to be working in Europe. The US "virtual embassy" to Iran says this about visas to the US. They mention that an immigrant visa is technically possible, if authorized by the appropriate consular staff (a waiver of the ...
Definitional Issues And Applicable Law
There are some definitional issues here.
There are three classes of offenses for which corporal punishment are authorized in Iran under Shia Islamic law. See also here.
You are referring to Qisas (the law of retaliation/retribution) which is a private individual right to demand retribution punishment including corporate ...