By Jubin Katiraie
The intelligence agents of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps arrested at least 12 Christian coverts in Tehran, Karaj, and Malayer last week.
By Pooya Stone
The Iranian authorities have sealed shut 147 shops and arrested three people in several provinces across the country for “not following Sharia law” during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
By Jubin Katiraie
Akhevan Akbari, the head of the Medical Sciences University in Ardebil, and Dr. Hassan Adeli, the head of Qom Medical Sciences University, were both forced out of their jobs by the Minister of Health, Saied Namaki after they made comments that contradicted the official version of events.
In November, “an absolute world war against the system” was run, according to Commander of the Basij Paramilitary Group, a subsidiary of the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) Salar Abnoush, who had a direct role in the crackdown on nationwide protests.
Iranian political prisoner Soheil Arabi was moved back to the Greater Tehran Penitentiary (Fashafuyeh Prison) on Sunday after he spent six days under interrogation at the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC)’s detention center.
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus in Iran, there have been several riots in prisons over the authorities’ despicable refusal to release prisoners, improve the sanitary conditions of the prison, or provide inmates with medical care.
Two young Iranian women were murdered by their family members in the past week, reigniting the debate over honor killings in the country, which are sanctioned by the misogynist laws of the regime.
The U.S. sanctioned Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli yesterday for serious human rights abuses against Iranians.
The US House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution, entitled “Supporting the rights of the people of Iran to free expression, condemning the Iranian authorities for their crackdown on legitimate protests, and for other purposes”, on Tuesday.
Following the protests of the oppressed and poor people of Gheyzanieh in Ahvaz to the water lack and the rise of popular anger and hatred because of the brutal repression of the people’s protests on this subject, government officials and state media confess about the suffering and the anger of the people and express their fears about the possibility of the expansion of the protests.