ASHARG AL-AWSAT: British PM: Iran Protests Sign of Real Popular Dissatisfaction

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. (Reuters) International Liberty Association: Ashargh Al-Awsat has published Mr. Boris Johnson, the Prime Ministers opinion on Iran recent protests. This is an excerpt of the news and you can read full article at; ... Read More

Iran: Seven Civil Rights Activists Were Sentenced to 29 Years Imprisonment

International Liberty Association: According to human rights news agency, Moin Hajizadeh, Raha Ahmadi, Leila (Khadijeh) Mirghafari, Armin Sourani, Mohammad Abolhasani, Saman Zandian, and Vahid Ghadirzadeh were sentenced to 29 years imprisonment, combined. On 10 November, 2019, they were tried at the Branch 15 of Tehran’s Revolutionary... Read More

80 year old Iranian woman lashed and detained despite injuries

An 80 year old woman was flogged in the Khoy Judiciary in northwestern Iran and was then immediately taken to prison despite her poor condition, a Kurdish human rights group said. Salbi Marandi was lashed 70 times and was unable to move after the flogging sentence was carried out on November 28. She was taken to Khoy prison to serve her... Read More

Iran: IRGC forces massacre protesters hiding in marsh in Mahshahr

The Iran IRGC forces opened fire on a group of protesters in the marshlands of Mahshahr in the southwest Khuzestan Province. The reports from the city come after Iran lifted an almost complete internet blackout which the authorities implemented to hide the scope of their brutal crackdown on protests.  The internet is still off in... Read More

A Mother Killed by Bullet to Neck While Helping Wounded Protester

International Liberty Association reports from human rights organisation that: “An unarmed civilian and mother of three young children, Ameneh Shahbazi, was killed by a bullet as she was trying to help a person shot in the leg during a protest, her brother, Mohammad Shahbazi, said in an interview. Her death certificate indicated that... Read More

Iran: Interior Minister demands airing forced confessions of protesters

International Liberty Association: Iran Interior Minister ordered the broadcast of forced “confessions” of recently arrested protesters in Iran. Speaking to the state-run Channel One TV on November 26, the Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli insisted that those arrested should confess on TV to what they have done during the... Read More