MOMENTOUS STEPS TOWARDS JUSTICE FOR 1988 PRISON

International Liberty Association, AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT: 1 14 November 2019 MDE 13/1406/2019 IRAN: MOMENTOUS STEPS TOWARDS JUSTICE FOR 1988 PRISON MASSACRES Unprecedented steps towards justice for the victims of the 1988 prison massacres have been taken by the governments of Sweden, Belgium and Liechtenstein in recent... Read More

TIME: Iran Executed 7 Children Last Year, U.N. Human Rights Expert Says

International Liberty Association: The TIME has published a report from UN regarding child execution in Iran which is as follow: (UNITED NATIONS) — Iran executed seven child offenders last year and two so far this year even though human rights law prohibits the death penalty for anyone under age 18, a U.N. independent human rights... Read More

Daily Star: Iran’s ‘Death Commission’ behind slaughter of prisoners dumped in mass graves

ILA, Campaign for "Stop Execution in Iran". International Liberty Association: The Daily Stars has published a report about the 1988 Massacre in Iran. The following is excerpt of this report. “Iran attempted to cover up the brutal massacre which was carried out by Ayatollah Ruollah Khomeini. ILA: Regarding the members of the... Read More

A Prisoner Died in Custody Due Lack of Medical Treatment

International Liberty Association reports, according to human rights news agency; on 10 November, 2019, a prisoner died in Urmia Prison due to lack of medical treatment and negligence of the prison authorities. He was in prison since 2015 on the charge of murder. Maran Khamoui was a prisoner of the public ward 15 of Urmia Prison. The... Read More

Iran: Protests Over Arab Poet’s Death

ILA: Funeral of the Poet Dozens of Arab-Iranians have been arrested during protests in South-Western Iran that started Sunday following news on the suspicious death of a local poet. Hassan Heydari, a dissident ethnic Arab poet died in Shafa hospital in Ahvaz, the capital of Khuzestan province.  Following his death, hundreds of... Read More

Iran: Death toll in Northwest Earthquake Rises to Eight

The number of people who lost their lives following the Friday earthquake that struck Iran’s northwest provinces has risen due to lack of relief. At least five people were initially killed and hundreds more injured after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck East Azerbaijan province on Friday, according to Iran’s Seismological Center.... Read More