A scene featuring juvenile executions in Iran at  Paris venue

Iran Regime Continues to Execute Juveniles

Saeed 05 June 2019

By Saeed

In a shocking case of Human Rights violation, Iranian political prisoner Ameneh Zaheri Sari, a graduate student in accounting, is being held in Ahvaz Sepidar Prison. She is reportedly being denied medical care.

The prison authorities have allegedly prevented her from receiving medical treatment in a hospital outside the prison, and the prison hospital is unable to provide adequate care for this young woman.

Legal rules

Iran: Those Charged With Serious Crimes, May Be Denied Lawyers

Armin Baldwin 18 May 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Today, Amnesty International published an analysis of changes that are being proposed to the laws that affect ordinary Iranians charged with the most serious crimes. The amended laws, if passed, will permit the prosecution to deprive detainees who are arrested on “national security” charges, as well as certain other serious criminal charges, access to a lawyer for 20 days, and could be extended to cover the whole investigation phase. Sentences that carry the death penalty or amputation punishments are included under the proposed amended laws.

two cousins under the age of 18, were flogged, and then executed on April 25th in Adelabad prison in Shiraz, Fars province, southern Iran.

Iranian Teenagers Flogged and Secretly Executed

Atousa Pilger 01 May 2019

by Atousa Pilger

According to Amnesty International, in a display of disdain for both international law, as well as the rights of children, Mehdi Sohrabifar and Amin Sedaghat, two cousins under the age of 18, were flogged, and then executed on April 25th in Adelabad prison in Shiraz, Fars province, southern Iran.

Iraqi Christians face persecution from Iran

Iraqi Christians Face Persecution From Iran

Atousa Pilger 17 April 2019

by Atousa Pilger

Despite the almost complete defeat of ISIS, Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria are still facing persecution, but this time from Iran, according to the CEO of the Knights of Columbus.

Carl Anderson wrote in The Wall Street Journal that the religious minorities still live in “peril” because of the Iraqi government's tolerance of the Iranian Regime’s influence. This means that many minority groups, who fled the country to escape ISIS just a few years ago are either staying away or fleeing again.

Iran arrests four for reporting on floods

Iran Arrests Four for Reporting on Floods

Armin Baldwin 09 April 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The Tehran Chief of Police admitted that four people were arrested in Iran’s capital for “spreading rumours” about the Regime’s incompetence during the recent floods that have ravaged almost all of Iran, including Tehran, for the past 21 days.

Hossein Rahimi said: “All officials, including government officials and the armed forces, made great efforts during the floods, but unfortunately some people have destroyed their image.”

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