Family of Victims Demand Justice for 1988 Massacre in Iran

International Liberty Association: A group of relatives of prisoners executed in the 1988 massacre and 1990s in Iran, protested, demanding Justice for their loved ones.In the summer of 1988, the Iran authorities summarily and extra-judicially executed more than 30,000 of political prisoners and prisoners of conscience held in jails... Read More

DC Photo Exhibition: Iran’s Ongoing Human Rights Violations

DC Exhibition International Liberty Association: The Organization of Iranian-American Communities (OIAC) held a large photo exhibition on Friday, September 4 in Washington, DC on the Iran four decades of systematic human rights violations, particularly the 1988 massacre of 30,000 Iranian political prisoners, the November 2019 killing of... Read More

Iran chief’s link to 1988 massacre raises obstacles in crash probe: Cotler

International Liberty Association: according to the Canadian press, a former Canadian justice minister says Canada's quest for compensation from Iran for shooting down a Ukrainian airliner is fraught with obstacles because Tehran's lead investigator is a mass executioner who belongs in prison. That frank assessment comes from Irwin... Read More

Geneva: UN Criticized for Abandoning Iran 1988 Massacre Case

In a conference held at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva on Friday, 20 September, international human rights experts called for Iran officials to take account regarding the atrocious human rights conditions in Iran, most specifically those involved in the 1988 massacre. Over 30,000 political prisoners, mostly members and... Read More

Iran: Senior official defends 1988 Massacre of Prisoners in Iran

Mostafa Pourmohammadi, former judiciary minister in the cabinet of Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran, blatantly defended the mass execution of political prisoners in 1988. When asked by the state-run Mosalas Magazine about the 1988 mass executions and the “slander” directed at the regime for the massacre, Mostafa Pourmohammadi, who... Read More

Member of the “1988 Massacre Death Commission” Appointed As Head of Iran Judiciary

Ebrahim Raisi who was involved in extra-judicial killings of political prisoners in the late 1988 in Iran will be Iran’s next Judiciary Chief, replacing Sadeq Amoli Larijani. The spokesperson for Iran’s Judiciary, Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei, has confirmed that Raisi who is considered a person who is trusted by Khamenei... Read More

Remembering the 1988 massacre martyrs

Marking the 30th year after the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political and Human Rights prisoners across Iran, human rights activists in various cities launched a campaign of putting posters and laying flowers on the victims’ graves. The 1988 executions of Iranian political and human rights activists prisoners was a series of... Read More