Kamran Ghaderi needs medical treatment and treatment for left-sided tumors

Iran: Tortured Prisoner Needs Medical Care: Kamran Ghaderi

Atousa Pilger 17 September 2019

by Atousa Pilger

On Monday, September 16, 2107, Amnesty International raised attention on the situation of Iranian-Austrian citizen Kamran Ghaderi, who is imprisoned in Iran, and warned that he needs medical attention and treatment to treat a tumor that is being monitored.

The Australian couple jailed in Evin prison

Two Australians Arrested in Iran Named

Azita Carlson 13 September 2019

By Azita Carlson

The Australian couple, who were arrested on vague charges in Iran 10 weeks ago and jailed in Evin prison, has been named overnight on social media as Jolie King and Mark Firkin, who’ve been blogging a globe-trotting adventure since 2017.

Fight to end the stadium ban for women in Iran

Fifa to Meet Iran Officials After Death From Suicide of Female Fan Arrested for Attending Game

Atousa Pilger 13 September 2019

by Atousa Pilger

FIFA said Wednesday its officials are set to visit Iran, following the death of a female fan who set herself on fire to protest her arrest for attending a match

Sahar Khodayari, who has been dubbed “Blue Girl” due to the color of her favorite team, Esteghlal, died in hospital on Monday from suicide, after her self-immolation outside a court.

She feared being jailed for six months after attending a football match disguised as a man.

The Iranian people are absolutely fed up with this dictatorship

Iran Is at “Boiling” Point

Navid Felker 13 September 2019

by Navid  Felker

The Iranian people are being pushed to a "boiling" point, as the majority of Iranians are now below the poverty line and many are forced to sell their bodily organs to make ends meet, according to expert Hossein Abedini, a member of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.

Worse Human Rights Conditions During the Month of August

Iran: Human Rights Conditions Deteriorate

Azita Carlson 10 September 2019

By Azita Carlson

During the month of August, the brutal mullahs in Iran have further clamped down on the people. A number of human rights and civil activists have been handed heavy sentences for their actions. The regime is clearly fearful about its future, as evidenced by the treatment of free speakers, journalists, workers and activists.

Last month alone, more than 20 activists, journalists and workers were sentenced to prison time and lashes for participating in demonstrations.

Researcher Atefeh Rangiz was arrested in May and sentenced to 11 and a half years and 74 lashes. Bus driver and syndicate member Rasoul Taleb Moghadam was sentenced to two years imprisonment, two years of exile, a two-year ban on using a smartphone and 74 lashes. And these are just a few of a many similar sentences that were handed out.

Brutal arrest and torture of young Iranian in  in the southern Fars province

Shocking Signs of Torture on the Body of Young Iranian

Atousa Pilger 07 September 2019

by Atousa Pilger

On August 30, in the Khorambid town in the southern Fars province, Iran, the police brutally arrested and beat a young man, Javad Khosravanian, in public, then they transferred him to the police station.

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