Stop Fundamentalism â€“ On Tuesday, 21 August, Mr. Hossein Soodmandâ€™s son, Ramtin, was summoned and arrested by the Intelligence Ministry in Mashad.
Stop Fundamentalism - Iranian state-run news agencies have announced that from now on, security forces are allowed to inspect cell phones in public streets.
This is according to a new law endorsed by â€œDepartment of Preventing and Combating Crimes!!!â€ in Eastern Azerbaijani province in Iran.
Stop Fundamentalism, October 31 - Amid heightened tensions between Washington and Tehran after blacklisting of Iranâ€™s elite Revolutionary Guards Corps by the US, Iranian university students walked out of their classrooms yesterday in objection to Ahmadinejadâ€™s government new oppressive measures and arrests of student activists.
Staging a demonstration at Allameh University, about one thousand students chanted against Ahmadinejad while holding pictures of their previously arrested classmates.
Reports indicate clashes taking place at the campus when the security forces arrested six student demonstrators.
The whereabouts of those arrested, 5 males and one female, are currently unknown.
Stop Fundamentalism, October 14 - The website of the [[National Council of Resistance of Iran]], www.ncr-iran.org reported recently that in the past ten months, in excess of 250 prisoners have been hanged by the Iranian regime.
The report indicates that there are over 600 prisoners currently on death row in Iran, among them 71 juveniles.
Many international organizations, including [[Amnesty International]], have repeatedly condemned Iran for its dreadful record of human rights violations including a number of recent multiple public hangings which were filmed and televised by the state-run news media.
The NCRI, in its statement, expressed deep concern regarding the lives of over 60 political prisoners in Iran who are subject to continuous torture by [[Tehran]] rulers.
Stop Fundamentalism, Thursday September 6 â€“ Two prisoners were hanged in the port city of Bandar Abbas in oil rich southern province of Khuszistan today, Fars state-run news agency reported. This brings the number of executions in the past two days to twenty three.
The men executed today were identified as Ali D. and Karim T. who were alleged to have been involved in drug trafficking.
Twenty one other prisoners, including two women were hanged yesterday on the charges of â€œcorruption on earth.â€
Stop Fundamentalism, June 7 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ The website of the Iranian opposition, NCRI, reported today that 7 people have been hanged in Iran on the charges of hooliganism and mischief.
Five of the victims where hanged in public in the City of Jiroft, the state-run daily Quds reported on June 6.