The Iranian regime has executed at least 12 child offenders since the start of 2018, and more than 90 others are on death row.

Iran’s Regime Continues To Execute Children

Azita Carlson 26 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

According to a UN report, the regime of Iran has executed at least 12 child offenders since the start of 2018, and more than 90 others are currently on death row awaiting their death sentence.

Iran is the world leader in death sentences per capita and is the main executioner of juvenile offenders.

According to the latest findings of the UN’s special rapporteur on human rights in Iran, Javaid Rehman, seven of the people Iran executed in 2018 were juveniles, which is a blatant breach of international norms and values.

Iranian regime authorities constantly defend amputation as the best way to deter theft

Iranian Regime Amputated the Hand of Man

Azita Carlson 25 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

Iranian authorities brutally severed the hand of a man in Mazandaran province, northern Iran, on Wednesday, according to the regime’s justice ministry. The man was charged with theft.

"The policy of Mazandaran's Justice Department is severe and indiscriminate punishment for people who disrupt public security and order”, a state-run news agency, Young Journalists Club (YJC) cited the statement as saying.

Iranian political prisoner Sepideh Qolian began a hunger strike on Sunday, October 20, in protest to the increasing pressure that the intelligence services of the mullahs.

Female Iranian Political Prisoner Hunger Strike

Azita Carlson 24 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

Iranian political prisoner Sepideh Qolian began a hunger strike on Sunday, October 20, in protest to the increasing pressure that the intelligence services of the mullahs’ regime have placed upon her and her family, as well as the mistreatment of inmates in Qarchak Prison by the authorities.

Qolian, who was placed in solitary confinement for a few hours on Sunday after clashing with prison guards over the transfer of another political prisoner to solitary confinement, is demanding that a delegation from the Judiciary visit Qarchak to investigate the abysmal conditions of inmates there.

The family of political prisoner Atena Daemi have been prevented from seeing her in Iran's Evin prison.

Political Prisoner Banned From Seeing Family in Iran

Azita Carlson 23 October 2019

By Azita Carlson

The family of political prisoner Atena Daemi has been prevented from seeing her in Evin’s s visiting the hall, according to a post on her sister Ensiyeh’s Twitter account.

On Sunday, Ensiyeh tweeted: “In the visiting hall, they stamped our hands. This is a routine we have to go through whenever we go for a visit. Then we went to the hall where we can meet in person. Suddenly, a guard brought a letter from the warden indicating that we could not meet in person, without mentioning any reasons.

The worst action that the international community can take is silence and appeasement toward human rights abuses in Iran.

Attention Needs to Be Brought to Iran Human Rights Abuses

Armin Baldwin 23 October 2019

By Armin Baldwin

The Iranian regime has been continually clamping down on freedoms and human rights in Iran. The people have been holding strikes, protests and anti-government demonstrations for some time, making it known that they are fed up with the despotic rule that is ruining their lives, their country, and the Iranian economy. They have said that they want the regime to stop interfering abroad and they will accept nothing less than regime change because they know it is incapable of reform.

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