Arash Sadeghi is still deprived of Medical Care

Arash Sadeghi is still deprived of medical care, after being transferred to Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj. It is said that IRGC interrogators are preventing him to have medical treatment. He is suffering from several diseases such as digestive complications due to his 71-day hunger strike, but the authorities do not allow him to be sent to... Read More

Ali Moezzi was released from prison

Ali Moezzi, a political prisoner detained in Tehran's Grand Prison, was released at the end of his sentence, on Tuesday 24 July. Ali Moezzi was supposed to be released in June last year, at the end of his imprisonment sentence, but he was faced with a new case during his detention on charges of “propaganda against the regime” from... Read More

People of Borazjan protest against power and drinking water outage

The brave people of Borazjan (southern Iran) protested against lack of drinking water and clashed with the repressive forces that were trying to disperse them. They expressed their protest by lighting fire on the Borazjan-Bushehr road, on Sunday, 22 July, 2018. In the extreme heat of the region, the people of Borazjan are deprived of... Read More

Teacher’s Union Leader on trial for peacefully advocating teachers’ rights in Iran

Mohammad Habibi, a member of the board of directors of the Teacher’s Trade Union and Teachers’ rights activist went trial at the Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court in Tehran, for the charges of “assembly and collusion against national security,” “propaganda against the state” and “disturbing public order,” the charges which... Read More

Zeynab Jalalian: “Together against the execution”

Zeynab Jalalian, Kurdish political prisoner in Iran, in an open letter, has called for spreading protests with the aim of abolishing the death sentence in Iran. Zeynab Jalalian had been sentenced to death but her sentence was reduced to life time imprisonment after 4 years. She has expressed her concern about the death sentence of political... Read More

A man was flogged 80 times in Iran, for drinking alcohol 11 years ago, in 2006

According to Amnesty International, a young man convicted of consuming alcohol when he was about 14 or 15 years old, more than a decade ago, shows the inhumanity of Iran justice system that legalizes brutality. He was sentenced to 80 times lashes in public. According to this news, Philip Luther, Research and Advocacy Director for the... Read More