47 European countries condemn human rights violations in Iran

International Liberty Association: The 47 countries present at United Nations Human Rights Council meeting, September 2020, condemned the sudden execution of the young Iranian wrestler, Navid Afkari, also demanding the release of Nasrin Sotoudeh and Narges Mohammadi and an end to the repeated violations of human rights in Iran. In a... Read More

Iran: 34 Prisoners Including 10 Protesters on Death Row

International Liberty Association: According to the reports, at least 34 political prisoners and prisoners of conscience are currently sentenced to death in Iran, 10 of whom are protesters who took part in nationwide protests in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Two protesters in Isfahan and Shiraz have already been hanged. Mostafa Salehi was... Read More

Political prisoners in Qarchak Prison attacked by boiling water

International Liberty Association: Two female civil activist prisoners in Qarchak Prison were attacked by boiling water, Monday night, 14 September 2020.The criminal women, identified as Zeinab Ghanbarnejad (a.k.a. Zeinab Saratani) and Narges Amir Al, hired by Qarchak Prison warden, Mehdi Mohammadi, attempted to pour hot boiled water on... Read More

Iran’s Judiciary Obliges Executed Protester’s Family to Pay Heavy Compensation

Nazanin & Amir-Hossein International Liberty Association: Iran’s judiciary has ordered the wife of Mostafa Salehi, a young protester who was recently executed, to pay 425 million tomans as blood money. If that sum is not paid, the house and all properties of his bereaved wife and two orphaned children will be confiscated. Reports... Read More

Iran: Tortured Protester, Mostafa Salehi, Executed in Isfahan

International Liberty Association: Iran’s official Judiciary news agency announced that Mostafa Salehi, a young man arrested for participating in late 2017 and early 2018 protests was hanged at dawn today in a prison in Isfahan, central Iran. Mostafa Salehi was one of the protesters arrested during the nationwide protests in 2017-18 in... Read More