NCRI - In a parliament session at the House of Lords with the presence of the government representative, parliamentarians condemned the growing number of executions as well as the blatant violation of human rights in Iran by the Mullahs' regime.
In this meeting, the representative of the UK government, in his speech stressed on the necessity of auditing the regime as well as extending sanctions on Iran since they violate the human rights.
NCRI - The Iranian regime’s president, Hassan Rouhani, in his final months of presidency in a ridiculous act, under the pretext of Charter of Citizens Rights, tried to collect votes for the next presidential election against the rival faction.
He is trying in vain to take defensive guard for himself and his regime against the global Human Rights campaign and Justice Seeking Movement on 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran and following disclosure of Mr. Montazeri’s audio file in this regard.
NCRI - Global solidarity with Aleppo and international demonstrations in support of the Syrian people and revolution continue with companionship and active participation of the supporters of the PMOI and Iranian Resistance.
NCRI - The first president of Tehran University after Iran's revolution, Dr. Mohammad Maleki in an interview strongly condemned the crimes of the Iranian and Russian regimes in Aleppo and said: “Russia and Quds forces perpetrate massacres of the innocent Syrians and they proudly utter that they have snatched victory. They celebrate and distribute sweets in the streets. Qasem Soleimani also goes to Aleppo to walk by the corpses and burned ruins of the city. On the other hand, he criticizes the international community for falling silent against such crimes in Aleppo. He states:"it is so disheartening that the world lacks morality, decency, and humanity. Every day we see the images of children who were killed in Aleppo whereas the forces claim that they are fighting against terrorists."
NCRI - At the invitation of ‘Syrian Revolution coordination’ in Paris on Saturday, December 17 a rally was held in front of the Iranian regime's embassy.
In this demonstration hundreds of Syrian people and the members and supporters of the Iranian resistance participated in order to protest the crimes against humanity which has been committed against heroic people of Aleppo by Bashar Assad and Iran regime’s forces and mercenaries, as well as condemning the attempts of the Iranian Guard blocking the evacuation of civilians and militants from East Aleppo.
NCRI - In protest against his illegal arrest by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, a Lebanese-American citizen has gone on a hunger strike, asking for his unconditional release.
Nazar Zaka’s lawyer has issued a statement from the United States, pointing out that his client has gone on a hunger strike from December 8 to protest against being arrested as a hostage and also to draw attention to his situation and that of all those illegally imprisoned in Iran.
NCRI - As Anatolia news agency reported, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and the militias of the Iranian regime took 800 hostages on 16th December 2016. These people were the citizens of Aleppo who were leaving the city by bus.
The 16 buses and other cars held hostage while leaving Aleppo. The militia supporters of the Syrian dictator killed 14 hostages by firing into their cars and blocking the passage of vehicles carrying civilians.
NCRI - Agents of prison in Karaj – Western Tehran have severely tortured a prisoner who is suffering from mental problem due to inhuman prison condition after he tried to commit suicide.
The prisoner, Majid Keshvari, is diagnosed even by the prison infirmary to have mental problem due to harsh prison condition and mistreatment by the prison official and has to take specific medicine. According to reports, he was transferred to solitary confinement for several days after severe torture and then returned to the general ward while there were obvious signs of torture and burns on his body.
NCRI - The prison officials in Kermanshah’s Dizel Abad prison expose the inmates to severe cold and lack of heating system in order to put pressure on them. According to reports, the officials remove the prisoners out of their cells during the day hours and force them to go the prison yard in the cold weather while the prisoners don’t have any warm clothes. They have to stay outside in the severe cold of occasionally several degrees below zero from early morning until lunch and again after lunch until after dawn with no shelter or heating means particularly when it is snowing or raining.