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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International Liberty Association: The Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport, killing all 176 people onboard including Iranians, Canadians, Ukrainians, Swedes, Afghans, Germans, and British nationals, on 8 January, 2020. After 3 days of denial, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran officially admitted that the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) unintentionally shot down a Ukrainian airliner in Tehran. He blamed human error and US adventurism for this plane crash.
International Liberty Association: Students and other protesters in Tehran and other cities went to streets last night and today to express their outrage to Ali Khamenei after the Iran officials admitted that they shot down a Ukrainian commercial airliner, killing all 176 aboard.
International Liberty Association: Arman Abdola’li was arrested and was accused of murdering his girlfriend, Ghazaleh Shakoor, in 2013 when he was under 18 years old. During the interrogation process, he confessed murdering Ghazaleh Shakour and said that “I was in love with her and proposed to her, but she refused to marry me, so I pushed her, and she was killed”.
International Liberty Association: A man who has been accused as a thief by the Iranian regime was flogged in public on 1 January, 2020, in the city centre of Shahreza, a local state-run website reported. Shahreza News agency quoted the city’s Revolutionary and Public Prosecutor as saying that the man was sentenced to public flogging for robbery.
International Liberty association: According to human rights organisation from Iran, seven civil rights activists were arrested during the commemoration ceremony held 40 days after the killing of Navid Behboudi, on 26 December, 2019. Navid Behboudi is one of the victims of last November’s protests.