According to social media reports, IRGC intelligence forces in Zahedan attacked and arrested Ms. Ghazal Pakzad. Ghazal Pakzad, 30, is a fashion designer. She was arrested on suspicion of engaging in cyberspace activity and publishing posts in support of the Iranian people’s nationwide uprising.
The regime has declared its intention to execute two more young protesters. Following this decision, supporters of liberty, as well as family members and friends of death row inmates, gathered in front of Karaj’s Gohardasht prison early Monday morning. Throughout the day and night, videos of dozens of protestors and relatives of condemned prisoners chanting anti-regime slogans outside the prison and demanding their release were shared on social media.
ISJ Press conference: “Iran’s Democratic Revolution” Book Unveils the country’s struggle for freedom
On January 10, the International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) held a press conference at the Brussels Press Club to introduce a newly published book, entitled “Iran’s Democratic Revolution”.The study, written by prominent European politicians and experts, aims to paint a clear picture of how Iran has become a battleground for its people and democratic forces against tyrannical dictatorships and their foreign backers.
Mahtab Ansarian, a 19-year-old student in the first semester of graphics at Tehran’s Soura University, and Mahshid Zahedpasand, 19, were arrested on November 15, 2022, in phase one of Andisheh, in Shahriar, a city in Tehran Province that is a hotbed of protests. The three young women are currently being held in Qarchak prison.
Radan was born in Isfahan in 1964 and enlisted in the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Basij paramilitary group as a teenager. He advanced through the IRGC ranks quickly as a result of his ruthless behavior and devotion to the regime. He was elevated to the IRGC’s second Brigadier General rank in 1984. Prior to the end of the Iran-Iraq war, he was transferred to the regime’s State Security Force (SSF), where he held various positions.
On Tuesday, Iran’s nationwide uprising marked its 117th day, with protests continuing in various forms as people continue to take to the streets, holding gatherings in various ceremonies and turning them into anti-regime rallies, and continuing attacks on the regime’s sites and symbols.
On September 16th, a nationwide protest erupted across the country in response to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini at the hands of Iranian regime forces while in police custody. Amini was apprehended and killed by the regime’s “morality police” for allegedly breaking the regime’s mandatory hijab laws.
She shared a photo of herself eating with her husband in a coffee shop without the required veil. Without warning, twelve men and one woman raided her home, arresting her and seizing all of her electronic devices. Dr. Reyhaneh Saeedi was held in solitary confinement in Ward 2A of Evin Prison for 21 days before being released on bail of 1.5 billion tomans on November 2, 2022.
Fifty trillion rials will be allocated to electricity, while the remaining 150 trillion rials will be transferred to the Ministry of Energy and the Tavanir company. As a result, government-affiliated contractors receive bonds instead of late payments. Raisi’s administration will sell approximately $500 million in government bonds based on the current dollar exchange rate.
Holding a photo exhibit with images of slain protesters who were killed during the recent uprising inside Iran, the organizers also condemned the latest horrible crime of the regime and held the pictures of Mohammad Mehdi Karami and Seyed Mohammad Hosseini to call for a worldwide condemnation and the stop of the execution of political prisoners.