Friday, August 22, 2014

Category Archives: Human Rights

Two journalists to be flogged for insulting regime official

Two Iranian photojournalists have been sentenced to 75 lashes for making ‘insulting remarks’ about a book by a local official in the regime’s province of Qazvin. The Voice of Qazvin reported on August 13: “Based on a ruling by the … Continue reading

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IRGC’s Massive Microbiological and Chemical Weapons Research Complex and an Underground Prison in a City near Tehran

Reza Makeian AKA Reza Malek is a former deputy of Research and Investigation in Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS).  He spent years in prison and in solitary confinement for disclosing the ministry’s 30 year involvement in the chain … Continue reading

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Iran is still rife with suppression of human rights

Iran is still rife with suppression of human rights, abuses of individual freedom and summary executions a year after the election of so-called ‘moderate’ President Hassan Rouhani a year ago, Britain’s Lord Carlile has said in a article published in … Continue reading

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Iran Pastor Facing Death for ‘Crimes against God’

A pastor in Iran has been arrested and imprisoned after security forces raided his home and confiscated Christian paraphernalia, and now he’s Facing Death for ‘Crimes against God’ According to Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Pastor Matthias Haghnejad was arrested on July … Continue reading

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IRGC commander: Continued war better option for Palestinians

  IRGC Lieutenant Commander Brigadier General Hossein Salami said given the biased ceasefire plan proposed by Egypt, continued resistance and war against Israel is now the best possible option for the Palestinians, adding that Hamas enjoys hidden war equipment and … Continue reading

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HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN DURING FIRST YEAR OF HASSAN ROUHANI’S PRESIDENCY

In August 2013, twenty-four years after serving as the representative of the Supreme Leader in the mullahs’ highest security organization, the Supreme Security Council, Hassan Rouhani took office as the President of the Iranian regime. His foremost motto as the … Continue reading

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Iran Policeman Faces Jail, Lashes for Killing Blogger

An Iranian policeman has been sentenced to three years in jail, 74 lashes and two years’ internal exile for the unpremeditated killing of a blogger in 2012. Sattar Beheshti, 35, arrested on October 12 that year for criticizing Iran’s regime … Continue reading

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IRAN: 10 PRISONERS EXECUTED IN BIRJAND INCLUDING 4 WOMEN PRISONER SENTENCED TO STONING IN GHAEMSHAHR

IRAN NEWS UPDATE – The mullahs’ regime executed 10 prisoners including 4 women on July 20 and 21 in the central prison of Birjand. Eight of these prisoners were executed in collective hanging on Sunday, July 20. Meanwhile, the head … Continue reading

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A Volleyball Player Arrested In Boukan By IRGC Forces

HRANA News Agency – Fateh Khosravi, the famous photographer and athlete and citizen of Boukan, was arrested by IRGC forces and hand over to intelligence ministry. According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), IRGC forces arrested … Continue reading

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Mohammad Amin Agoshi is on hunger strike in solitary confinement

HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Amin Agoshi went on hunger strike from Thursday and he has been taken to solitary confinement in Central Prison of Zahedan. According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Mohammad Amin Agoshi … Continue reading

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