By Jubin Katiraie
On Wednesday, June 10, the family of Hedayat Abdollah-Pour announced that Iranian authorities have executed him 20 days ago, according to the Hengaw human rights organization.
By Jubin Katiraie
The Iranian Judiciary has finally admitted – 26 days after the fact - to arresting two elite students from the Sharif University of Technology on April 10.
Iranian political prisoner Akbar Bagheri has been hemorrhaging for three weeks now, which has made him seriously weak, but he is also in danger of catching coronavirus (COVID-19) because the authorities at the Greater Tehran Penitentiary are holding him on a ward with suspected patients.
Iranian political prisoner Barzan Mohammadi has been denied temporary leave (furlough) from Evin prison during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, even though he should be eligible because he’s served over half his sentence.
The Iranian authorities have made the children of two political prisoners homeless by confiscating their homes.
Iranian political prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared refused to appear in Evin [Prison] Courthouse last week after she was verbally summoned to be arraigned on new charges levied against her.
Iranian protesters detained in Tehran’s notorious Fashafuyeh Prison are under severe torture by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) intelligence agents, according to human rights sources.
Kurdish political prisoner Zeinab Jalalian contracted coronavirus at Qarchak Prison in Varamin and the Ministry of Intelligence isn’t allow her to be taken to a hospital, her father said.
The Iranian government has executed over 100 prisoners since January, according to Iran Human Rights Monitor, with at least 79 executions carried out in secret.
Multiple female Kurdish political prisoners in Iran have been prosecuted, detained, and give exceptionally long prison terms in the past month, as part of the regime’s 40-year-long persecution of ethnic minorities, designed to keep the mullahs in power.
By Pooya Stone
Seven Iranian political activists have been sentenced to prison on vague and trumped-up charges by Judge Seyyed Ali Mazloum of Branch 29 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court. Here we will explain the sentences.
These days, the news of the confirmation of the death sentence of five or eight young Iranians in Isfahan is the first news of many media outlets, while the regime’s Judicial authorities are trying to carry out their work in silence with continuous denials of these verdicts.