Iran:Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to stay out of prison until Iran decides on fate

International Liberty Association: According to the Guardian, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been told that she can remain out of prison until a decision is made on whether to grant her clemency.The following is the report, by the Guardian, you can read about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliff.The British-Iranian dual national Nazanin... Read More

Shocking News: 10,000 Medical Staff in Iran Infected with Coronavirus

ISNA Photo- International Liberty Association: Iran Shocking statistics released by an official of the Ministry of Health indicate that more than 10,000 medical staff in Iran are infected with the Coronavirus. Qassem Janabaei revealed these shocking statistics on 21 May 2020, during a ceremony honouring Iranian doctors and... Read More

Iran Pressured the Families of Protesters Killed in November to Keep Silent

International Liberty Association: Six months after more than 15 hundreds of protesters and civilians were killed by unlawful force during the November 2019 protests, authorities have yet to provide the families of protesters with answers about their loved ones’ deaths. Instead, the families have had to settle for proposals of money... Read More

AFP:Amnesty urges probe into ‘ruthless’ Iran protest killings

International Liberty Association: According to AFP, Amnesty International urged the United Nations on Wednesday to launch an inquiry into the killing of protesters by Iranian security forces, six months after they erupted over petrol prices.The following is a report by AFP, regarding Amnesty International urges the United Nations to... Read More

Iran: Women Civil Activists Jailed Despite COVID-19 Outbreak in Prisons

International Liberty Association: Civil activists Mojgan Kavousi and Shora Fekri were summoned and transferred to prison to serve their sentences. Also, a year-long prison sentence was upheld for Kurdish civil activist Farzaneh Jalali. The moves to imprison civil activists come at a time when the number of coronavirus victims is on a... Read More

Iran: Three Baha’i Women Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

International Liberty Association: Three Baha’i women were sentenced to a total of 20 years imprisonment by a court in Shiraz on 10 May 2020. These Baha’i women are at risk of contracting the Coronavirus in Iran jails. Bahareh Ghaderi, Nora Pourmoradian, and Niloufar Hakimi have been sentenced to prison for their beliefs, by the... Read More