International Liberty Association is a registered Charity (1160607) set up with the aim of promoting a respect for human rights in Iran and the Middle East, at the same time as assisting the victims of such abuses.
It aims to campaign on behalf of, as well as provide support and assistance to those imprisoned or otherwise detained due to their gender, political, religious or otherwise consciously held belief. In particular, it will work to support and promote the rights of children, women and religious minorities who face systematic discrimination and brutal oppression.
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During the November Protests in Iran, 1500 were killed, 4000 wounded, and 12000 arrested.
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International Liberty Association: Amir Hossein Moradi, Saeed Tamjidi, and Mohammad Rajabi who were arrested during the last November’s protests were tried on 25-26 January 2020 at Tehran’s Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Abolghasem Salavati. Their sentences are as the following:
International Liberty Association: The UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, Javaid Rehman, in his latest report released on 19 February 2020, wrote that he was “shocked” at the number of deaths, acute injuries, and ill-treatment of persons detained during the November 2019 protests. “According to reports, detainees are being tortured or are suffering other forms of ill-treatment, sometimes to extract forced confessions.”
International Liberty Association: The judiciary official said Morad Tahbaz and Niloufar Bayani were each sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment on the charge of collaboration and complicity with the hostile US government! Houman Jokar and Taher Ghadirian were each sentenced to 8 years in prison on the charge of complicity with a hostile government. Sam Rajabi and Hamideh (Sepideh) Kashani were sentenced on the same charge to six years in prison.
International Liberty Association: Environmental activists Niloufar Bayani and Sepideh Kashani were subjected to intense psychological and psychological torture and threats of physical torture and sexual abuse during 1200 hours of interrogation. In a letter written in February 2020, Niloufar Bayani described the interrogations and wrote, the agents forced her to “mimic sounds of wild animals” and threatened to inject her with “crippling ampules and air ampules”. They threatened her to write forced confessions.
International Liberty Association: Maryam Akbari Monfared, the political prisoner in Evin Prison, has been denied family visitations for three weeks. Also, Gita Horr, one of the protesters arrested in November 2019 uprising, who is currently being kept in Qarchak Prison in Varamin, has been sentenced to six years in prison.