No News on Golrokh Iraee 3 Weeks Past Her Forcible Transfer to Evin Prison

International Liberty Association: According to Mrs Golrokh Iraee, it is more than 20 days since her transfer by force to Ward 2A of Evin Prison; her family have no news on Golrokh Iraee and her conditions.It should be mentioned that, Golrokh Iraee’s family are extremely worried about her health and the possibility of forming a new... Read More

Well-Known Civil Activist, Golrokh Iraee summoned to Evin Prison

International Liberty Association:According to the reports from Iran, the civil activist prisoner Golrokh Iraee summoned to Evin Ward 2A, which is belong to the IRGC Intelligence department. She was summoned to IRGC Ward in Evin Prison on 7 December this year, two days ago. The reason of this summon is not clear yet.Golrokh Iraee is... Read More

Iran: Seven Political Activists Sentenced to Prison

International Liberty Association: A revolutionary court in Tehran has sentenced seven political activists to prison. The verdict was issued by the Branch 29 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by Judge Seyyed Ali Mazloum.Farangis Masloumi was sentenced to 6 years, after being charged with “assembly and collusion to commit a crime... Read More

Human Rights Prisoner, Golrokh Iraee Denied Visit Her Husband

Golrokh-Iraee-ILA International Liberty Association- Prison authorities have blocked Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee from contact with her civil activist jailed husband, Arash Sadeghi. Political prisoner Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee, currently detained in Qarchak Prison in Varamin, is denied to visit and call her husband, Arash Sadeghi, a prisoner in... Read More

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee Arrested by Security Forces

ILA: Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee International Liberty Association: Civil rights activist Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee was re-arrested by Iran security forces in her Tehran home, on Saturday 9 November. Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee, former prisoner, is the wife of Arash Sadegh, political prisoner who has got cancer inside the prison. According to ILA... Read More

Iran Continues to Prevent Prisoner’s Transfer to Hospital

Prison authorities continue to refuse to allow political prisoner Arash Sadeghi to receive proper medical treatment in a hospital outside the prison. Arash Sadeghi has lost the ability to move his right hand due to an infection on his shoulder that has been left untreated in Rajai Shahr Prison. He needs to receive treatment from a... Read More

Amnesty International Urges World to Protest Treatment of Arash Sadeghi

Amnesty International is urging people all over the world to protest the torture of a critically ill cancer patient and political prisoner being held in Rajai Shahr prison, in Karaj. Arash Sadeghi, a human right defender, is being tortured by the Iranian authorities because they are purposefully denying him access to cancer treatment and... Read More

Iranian Human Rights Defender was Denied Urgent Medical Attention

Human rights defender and prisoner of conscience Arash Sadeghi is critically ill in an Iranian prison. The 38-year-old shopkeeper has a rare form of bone cancer and was operated on just over a month ago. His doctor has advised a very strict protocol so that Mr. Sadeghi could receive adequate care and treatment. The doctor said that the... Read More

Human Rights Defender, Arsh Sadeghi, Was Return To Prison After Surgery

Arash Sadeghi, seriously ill prisoner of conscience and human rights defender Arash Sadeghi, who has been diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, was returned back to prison after a surgery, while he needs further special medical care. He was admitted in Khomeini Hospital, in Tehran, and supposed to get medical care for 25 days, but... Read More

Arash Sadeghi is still deprived of Medical Care

Arash Sadeghi is still deprived of medical care, after being transferred to Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj. It is said that IRGC interrogators are preventing him to have medical treatment. He is suffering from several diseases such as digestive complications due to his 71-day hunger strike, but the authorities do not allow him to be sent to... Read More