Truck drivers protesting in various cities in Iran

Truck drivers across various cities throughout Iran are on strike, protesting low wages and increase in the prices of spare of parts. This is another round of such protests in Iran and has always led to crushing blows to the mullahs’ apparatus. In various cities of Iran protest rallies were held by the truckers who parked their vehicles... Read More

Iran’s National Currency Crisis

The devaluation of Iran’s national currency continues to accelerate in what could be a sign of the early effectiveness of the return of American sanctions that had previously been suspended under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. After President Donald Trump withdrew from that agreement, it was announced that the sanctions would come back into... Read More

Kurdish Political Prisoner, Ramin Hossein Panahi, Sewed His Lips Demanding Basic Rights

Ramin Hossein Panahi a Kurdish prisoner, who has been sentenced to death in Iran, has gone on hunger strike. He has sewed his lips, demanding his basic rights. Hia brother, Amjad Hossein Panahi, said his inmates told our family that Ramin had been wounded during his transfer to solitary confinement and apparently he has been taken to a... Read More

Poor Iranians Sell Their Organs such as: “Eye And Kidney For Sale”

According to ISNA news agency in Iran, two men, aged 20 and 23, and two of their friends have put up ads on city walls to sell some of their body parts. Mohammad-Reza, Javad, Mohammad and Ali have put up ads to sell their kidneys and eyes. The mother of one of these young men has to undergo an open heart surgery. Mohammad-Reza said that he... Read More

The Intelligence Agents Attacked Nasrin Sotoudeh’s Home

The house of prominent lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was stormed by the Ministry of Intelligence on Saturday 18 August, 2018, according to Reza Khandan, Nasrin Sotoudeh’s husband. Reza Khandan announced that on his Face book page and gave the details of the attack on their home, on Saturday, 18 August. On his online audio interview, he says:... Read More

Remembering the 1988 massacre martyrs

Marking the 30th year after the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political and Human Rights prisoners across Iran, human rights activists in various cities launched a campaign of putting posters and laying flowers on the victims’ graves. The 1988 executions of Iranian political and human rights activists prisoners was a series of... Read More