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Iran: “I was one of Those who Shot People… Who is Going to put us on Trial” says Iranian MP, Hassan Norouzi

Iranian MP, Hassan Norouzi
Iranian MP, Hassan Norouzi
“I was one of those who shot people. We killed them! Who is going to put us on trial?”says Iranian MP, Hassan Norouzi

 

 

Norouzi, deputy head of parliament’s Judiciary and Legal Commission, slammed the International People’s Tribunal in London, in an interview with the state-run Dideban website. The tribunal was convened to probe the Iranian regime’s “crimes against humanity” committed during the November 2019 Iranian protests.

Iran: Western Nations must Oppose the Regime’s Nuclear Extortion

The regime has also barred the IAEA from watching video surveillance on such facilities since February. Another deal was required to allow routine maintenance on those cameras, as well as other data collection equipment that Tehran has kept out of bounds.

On Wednesday, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) published additional findings detailing Iran’s aggressive nuclear operations and unsolved disagreements with the authorities. Even as they prepare to resume talks in Vienna aimed at salvaging the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, the reports show the Iranian regime’s authorities’ continued lack of cooperation.

Iran: Families of Victims of the Incident of the Ukraine Flight Hold Protest

the Ukraine Flight Hold Protest
the Ukraine Flight Hold Protest
On the morning of January 10, 2020, two IRGC missiles shot down Ukraine International Airlines flight PS752, which was flying from Tehran to Kyiv and Canada.

 

The families of the victims of the plane disaster attended a protest march in front of the Iranian regime’s criminal court for a civilian plane shot down by the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) in January 2020.

Iran: New Rounds of Protest Hits Shahrekord as the Water Crisis Worsens

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Shahr-e Kurd
Iran is currently experiencing one of the worst droughts in its history.

Thousands of people from Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Provinces demonstrated in Shahrekord, the provincial capital, on November 22, 2021, for the second day in a row to protest the shortage of water and the clerical regime’s plundering practices.

Ambassador Robert Joseph, Confirms the Need for Tougher Sanctions Against Iran’s Regime

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Robert-Joseph
I, Robert Joseph, former Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, provide the following statement for consideration in the ongoing judicial proceedings in Belgium to prosecute those allegedly involved in the attempted terrorist attack on the Free Iran gathering on June 30, 2018, near Paris.

On Tuesday, a Belgian court heard the appeal of three Iranian operatives accused of attempting to attack an Iranian opposition gathering in France in 2018. Assadollah Assadi, a high-ranking Iranian ambassador, was also detained as the commander of this terrorist network.

Iran: Regime’s Surge in Terrorism Demands a Strong Reaction from the International Community

Assadollah Assadi
After basing his whole argument on the idea that he should be granted diplomatic immunity, the architect of that conspiracy earlier declared that he would not be launching an appeal.

Assadollah Assadi

Three Iranian terrorists were attempting to appeal the sentences imposed by a Belgian court in February as of Wednesday. These sentences, which vary from 15 to 18 years, originate from a plot to detonate explosives during the National Council of Resistance of Iran’s (NCRI) 2018 rally.

MEK Iran: Mahmoud Royaei Testifies Against Hamid Noury for the 1988 Massacre

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hamid-nouri-trial-mahmoud-royaei
Former political prisoner Mahmoud Royaei (second from right, first row) testifies in a court in Durres, Albania, about the atrocities committed by the Iranian regime in Gohardasht prison

On Tuesday, the trial of Hamid Noury began its thirty-ninth session, and an Iranian prison supervisor was charged with complicity in the 1988 massacre of political inmates. At the time of the massacre, Noury was imprisoned in Gohardasht. In 2019, he was imprisoned in Sweden.

Iran: Five-Day Tribunal in London to Investigate Iran’s Crimes in November 2019

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Iran-Tribunal-
A People’s Tribunal began in London with the aim of investigating the Iranian regime’s crackdown on nationwide protests that took place two years ago. The event was jointly organized by the organizations like Justice for Iran, Iran Human Rights, and Together Against the Death Penalty.

On Sunday, November 14, an international people’s tribunal in London completed its fifth and last day of hearings. Human rights organizations in London, Paris, and Oslo convened the Iran Atrocities Aban Tribunal to probe the Iranian regime’s crimes in November 2019, when it unleashed a savage crackdown on widespread rallies, killing 1,500 people.

MEK Iran: Mohammad Zand Testifies Against Hamid Noury Over 1988 Massacre

Mohammad Zand
Mohammad Reza Zand. He was a student and arrested on July 28, 1981, for supporting the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, MEK. He spent 11 years in Evin, Ghezelhesar, and Gohardasht prisons.

Mohammad Zand

The prosecution of Hamid Noury, an Iranian prison officer accused of torturing inmates in the Gohardasht prison (Karaj) and participating in the massacre of hundreds of political prisoners in 1988, resumed on Wednesday in the District Court of Durres, Albania.   Noury is currently on trial in a courtroom where several of his victims are testifying about how he and other regime officials tortured inmates inhumanely.

MEK Iran: Asghar Mehdizadeh Testifies Against Hamid Noury Over 1988 Massacre

Asghar Mehdizadeh
Asghar Mehdizadeh, a former political figure, testified on Friday about the horrors committed in Iran's brutal prisons. Mehdizadeh was imprisoned for 13 years in several prisons, including Evin and Gohardasht, for supporting the MEK.

Asghar Mehdizadeh

The prosecution of Hamid Noury, an Iranian prison officer accused of torturing inmates in the Gohardasht prison (Karaj) and taking part in the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners, resumed on Friday in the District Court of Durres, Albania. Noury is currently on trial in a courtroom where many of his victims are testifying about how he and other regime officials tortured and killed detainees.