Iranian political prisoner couple

Iran Bans Married Political Prisoners for Visiting Each Other

Azita Carlson 06 November 2019

By Azita Carlson

Iranian political prisoner Hassan Sadeghi has been banned from visiting his wife Fatemeh Mosanna, who is also a political prisoner because he refused to wear a prison uniform or have cuffs on his hands and feet during his transfer from Rajai Shahr Prison in Karaj.

This meant that Amin Vaziri, the presiding judicial official in Rajai Shahr Prison, ordered that the visit, the first in several months, be canceled. (Since being promoted, Vaziri has made it obligatory for prisoners to wear a uniform and hand and feet cuffs during transfers knowing that the political prisoners will resist.)

Iran Ardebil prison’s authorities prevented Rahim Gholami from being transferred to the hospital

Iranian Authorities Prevent Medical Treatment of Political Prisoner

Azita Carlson 04 November 2019

By Azita Carlson

Ardebil prison’s authorities prevented Rahim Gholami from being transferred to the hospital. Rahim Gholami, poet and writer, has been in Ardebil prison since September 17, 2019. Prison’s authorities deprived Gholami from access to medical treatment despite his poor health condition.

Gholami is suffering from recurrent kidney disease (kidney stones) and breathing disorders. During his incarceration, his health condition has deteriorated and he must use spray for his breathing problem.

According to Iran Human Rights Monitor, the Iranian regime has executed at least 18 people in October.

Two Prisoners Executed in Rasht and Khomein City

Armin Baldwin 01 November 2019

By Armin Baldwin

According to the website of People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), Rasht prison authorities executed a prisoner, who was sentenced to the death penalty, on Thursday, October 31, 2019. The executed prisoner was identified as Mehran Ghorbani. He was arrested in 2014 on charges of murder and was in prison, awaiting his death penalty.

Government bodies and news agencies haven’t announced this execution.

The prison authorities had transferred Mehran Ghorbani and another prisoner, Mohsen khojasteh, to solitary confinement. Mohsen’s execution was temporarily suspended he was sent back to his ward.

Iran: Female agents detained 23 women and 29 men in mixed party.

Iranian Security Forces Arrest 65 In Night Parties

Navid Felker 31 October 2019


By Navid Felker

Based on a report by state-run Rokna news agency, Gholamali Sadeghi, the head of the judiciary in Khorasan Razavi province, said, “Moral Security Police arrested more than 50 persons in a night party on Thursday, in the vicinity of Mashhad city in Iran.”

Sadeghi continued, “Female agents detained 23 women in the mentioned place. Also, 29 men were arrested. Moral Security Forces sealed the place and confiscated 24 expensive cars.”

Iranian Regime did not allow to Arash Sadeghi to receive proper medical treatment for his various ailments in a hospital outside prison.

Iran’s Regime Refusing Medical Treatment for Political Prisoner

Armin Baldwin 30 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

Iran regime’s prison authorities are still refusing to allow political prisoner Arash Sadeghi to receive proper medical treatment for his various ailments in a hospital outside prison, which doctors say he needs.

Sadeghi’s condition is only worsening due to lack of adequate medical care in Rajai Shahr Prison; indeed he has now lost the ability to move his right hand because of an infection on his shoulder that has been left untreated.

The Iranian regime has executed many MEK members under the age of eighteen. The mullahs have tortured and executed thousands of women affiliated to the MEK, some of them pregnant and many juveniles.

UN: 9 Juveniles Executed in Iran as 90 Remain on Death Row

Azita Carlson 29 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

Javaid Rehman, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, said on 24 October that in breach of international law, but keeping with the country's legislation, Iran executed seven juveniles last year and two juveniles this year.

Mr. Rehman told the Human Rights Committee of the UN General Assembly that he has reliable sources indicating ninety juvenile offenders are on the death row.

According to the Child Rights Convention, imperative by the signatory's countries, signed by Iran in 1991, the death penalty and life imprisonment is prohibited.

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