Zeinab Jalalian, who is denied medical treatment in Iran jail, exposes the lies

Zeinab Jalalian, the Kurdish woman political prisoner with a life sentence who has already been in jail for 11 years under inhuman conditions and torture, has been systematically denied medical treatment in spite of the fact that he illness is deteriorating. In a letter that she was able to send to outside prison earlier this month she... Read More

Imprisoned Gonabadi women in deplorable condition

In a statement issued on 25 May Amnesty International draw attention to the situation of women from Gonabadi Dervish community who have been unjustly detained in deplorable condition in Gharchak Prison in Shahre-Rey. “Women prisoners of conscience from Iran’s Gonabadi Dervish religious community are being subjected to verbal abuse,... Read More

Unlawful detention of Iranian ethnic Arabs continues

Following last month’s protests in Ahvaz and other cities across Iran’s Khuzestan province, hundreds of Ahvaz residents are still being kept in detention without trial and others are being arrested at their homes or work places. Many protesters were arrested during the protests. Although no official figures on the number of arrests... Read More

Reverse Justice – Witness to mistreatment of the young woman is interrogated

The woman who was witness to the beating of a young woman in a park in Tehran by regime patrol, has been repeatedly interrogated and beaten up. On Wednesday, 18 April 2018, a video clip went viral on the internet which showed the so called ‘Guidance’ Patrols in Tehran viciously attacking a few young women in a park, beating and shoving... Read More

Mother of political prisoner on death row calls for a fair and open trial of her son

Dayeh Sharifeh, the mother of the Kurdish political prisoner on death row, Ramin Hossein Panahi, has called for an open trial of her son and challenged the Revolutionary Guards’ charges against him. Ramin Hossein Panahi was scheduled to be executed on Thursday, May 3 but his execution was postponed after a social media campaign draw... Read More

Mass murder cover up – Iranian regime destroying mass graves

During the summer of 1988, the Iranian regime executed More than 30,000 political prisoners were executed extra-judicially in the summer of 1988 and buried horridly in mass graves across the country. Since then, the families of the victims have been searching for their relatives’ resting place. The campaign calling for justice for the... Read More