Iran: Workers Stage Protest Gathering Against Non-Payment of Wages

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The workers of the two Hepco and Azar-Water factories in Arak held separate gatherings on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 in protest against the uncertainty about their unpaid wages in front of the governorate building in Markazi province and the martyrs square in Arak.

To Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Gohardasht Prison City of Karaj, Iran

On August 30, 2017 Gérard Deprez MEP and Chair of the Friends of a Free Iran in the European Parliament, send a letter to the hunger striking political prisoners in Iran, the following is the full text of his letter.

Dear Friends,

Iran: Critical Health Conditions of Hunger Striking Political Prisoners

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The political prisoners detained in Gohardasht prison in Karaj west of capital Tehran, are suffering from weight loss and serious loss of blood pressure as well as serious physical problems on the 30th day of their hunger strike.

The prison doctor has not visited the prisoners inside the prison so far, and prison officials have not paid any attention to the prisoners' strike.

IRAN: UN Expresses Concern at Condition of Gohardasht Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Iran, Asma Jahangir, Thursday expressed her deep concern about the situation of more than 20 political prisoners who have been on prolonged hunger strike to protest against their transfer to a high-security section of Gohardasht prison in Karaj, West of Tehran, and about their treatment while in detention.

What Can Be Done to Stop Iran Regime's Belligerence?

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - President Trump has greatly criticised the Iran nuclear deal and it is easy to understand why. When we look at what has happened in the past two years, it is clear that nothing positive has come from it. Some say that it has slowed Iran’s progress towards being nuclear armed, but we do not know if this is true or not because inspections to nuclear sites are limited.

IRAN: More Than 20 Political Prisoners in Grave Danger in Gohardasht Prison After More Than 30 Days of Hunger Strike

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - Over the past few weeks, political prisoners in Iran’s Gohardasht Prison have been protesting against the intensified suppressive measures in the facility. The inmates’ hunger strike has garnered wide support by political prisoners throughout the country.

Iran Regime Ignores the Demands of the Pensioners

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Coordinating Council of Iranian Educational Organizations referred to the rough treatment of Iranian authorities towards the retirees, announcing that the retirees did not achieve favorable results through constant negotiations with government and Parliament. The authorities have only given them nothing but false promises.

Risky Business With Iran Regime

NCRI - US President Donald Trump recently signed a bill named “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act”, or the CAATSA. The subsequent attention drawn to it by the media and public focused on objections to the sanctions that effect Russia.

Very little attention, however, was drawn to one of the provisions that could have serious consequences for American company Boeing. If the company completes the sale of dozens of aircraft to Iran, it could create serious legal liability for itself.

Human Rights Violations Will Prove Fatal to Iran Regime

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Iranian Regime is a ticking time bomb and ever-present protests from the Iranian people are just speeding up the countdown, according to a human rights activist.

Heshmat Alavi wrote an op-ed on the plight of Iranian political prisoners on hunger strike for Forbes in which he identified human rights as the Regime’s Achilles Heel.

A Report on the Poor Condition of Workers in the Southeastern Iran

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - While the project of 46000-hectare water transfer is entering its second year of operation in southeastern Iran, nearly 2000 workers are working on the project and struggling with problems such as the unpaid wages, overtime work as well as lack of safety controls.

Iran: Bankruptcy of the Bags and Footwear Industry Due to Uncontrolled Imports and Protests of the Workers

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - A group of workers and merchants in the shoes and bags sector in the province of Tehran staged a gathering in front of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of the Interior to protest the closure of many workshops producing these products.

Statement by Dr. Mohammad Maleki , on the Anniversary of 1988 Massacre

“I will not give up campaigning for justice for victims of 1988 massacre to my last breath”

Dear compatriots, young Iranians and university students,

About a year has passed since the revelation of the audio file of the late Ayatollah Montazeri, which exposed an episode that he described as an historic crime. This audio file conveyed many secrets as the ayatollah’s voice reached millions of Iranian men and women for the first time.

Iranians to Protest Rouhani UN Visit

Thousands of Iranians joined by their supporters will gather in New York City to protest Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani’s presence at the United Nations General Assembly, and call for regime change in Iran.

Association of Iranian Americans in New York (AIAINY), a member of the Organization of Iranian American Communities-US (OIAC), said in a statement that the 3-day program includes a September 20, 2017 rally outside the U.N. headquarters as well as street acts and a photo exhibition to commemorate the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran.


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