NCRI - To review the situation of human rights in Iran and in support of the movement seeking justice for the victims of the 1988 massacre, a conference was held in Rome on July 27 by Italy’s ‘Don’t Touch Cain’ community, Human Rights League, and the Radical Party, with the participants being representatives from both houses of Italian parliament as well as the country’s political figures and human rights activists.
The death comes after days of protests inside the centre, an Immigration Department spokesman said the Government was aware of the death in the Lorengau township.
Police are investigating the event and have cordoned off the area where the man was found.
NCRI - The Prosecutor General of the Kerman Province (Southern Iran) announced the sealing of "three centres of arranging night parties" and arresting 18 people in this regard.
"These people have been detained in the suburbs of the Kerman city and in the framework of a special plan for "fighting the vice," Dadkhoda Salari told Mizan new agency, affiliated with the judiciary, on Tuesday, August 8.
NCRI - The families of political prisoners and prisoners of conscience in Gohardasht prison in Karaj express their concerns about forced transfer of these prisoners to a super-security ward.
According to reports, political prisoners were recently forcefully transferred from Ward 12 to the super-security Hall 10, Ward 4, of Gohardasht prison after beating and mayhem.
“Through my testimony I hope to arise the consciences too complacent to mullahs.”
Sadegh Sistani, a human rights activist, was imprisoned for 17 years in political jails in Iran before fleeing his country. Residing in France since 2012, he strives for democratic change in his country.
Europe must not turn a blind eye to Iran’s human rights abuses
Justice will only be achieved when the international community has the courage to reject Iran’s absurd, anemic denials and to instead respond with new economic and diplomatic pressure to the regime’s human rights abuses. Writes Struan Stevenson in Al Arabiya on August 4, 2017. The following is the full text.
NCRI - According to reports, interrogators of the Iranian regime’s ministry of intelligence are trying to create religious conflicts and clash among prisoners in Zahedan prison (South East of Iran) using their own mafia bands there.
NCRI - With the rise of the 1988 Justice-Seeking Movement, Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani was forced to dismiss his Justice Minister, Mostafa Pour Mohammadi, from his cabinet. Pour Mohammadi was a member of the “Death Committee” and one of the main perpetrators of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in the summer of 1988. He announced that he would not be present in Rouhani’s next administration.
NCRI - The trial of three Telegram activists was held on Wednesday August 2, 2017 in Tehran’s appeal court while they had only five minutes of defense.
These three activists were arrested on September 2016 and each one was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment.