NCRI - Following the revelation of a shocking audio tape by the relatives of Hossein-Ali Montazeri, Khomeini's former heir about the massacre of 30000 political prisoners mostly the members of People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran ( PMOI/MEK) 28 years ago (August 14, 1988) by Iranian regime, this tape was distributed widely on social networks.
NCRI - The mother of Reyhaneh Jabbari, Shole Pakravan, on her Facebook page, posted a text about her travel to Kurdistan and her visit to the families of Sunni prisoners who were executed. The following is the summarized text she posted:
4500 death row prisoners in Gohardasht Prison, under new repressive measures Warning against further mass executions on the anniversary of 1988 massacre
On the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, and in circumstances when social protests and protests of the victims' families to this horrifying crime have escalated, the Iranian regime has found the only solution to prevent a major social explosion in stepping up executions.
NCRI – Iranian political prisoner Arjang Davoudi is on day 38 of a hunger strike in Gohardasht (Rajai-Shahr) Prison in Karaj, north-west of Tehran.
On July 17, Mr. Davoodi went on hunger strike and stopped taking his medications in Gohardasht Prison in protest to the deplorable situation of fellow inmates.
Those who gathered to stand in solidarity with the victims of the mullah’s cruel regime included members of the Dutch-Iranian communities and supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran.
NCRI - Ninety-Two shops in Western Tehran have been closed for selling " indecent apparel violating public morality." according to the chief of police.
Colonel Pasdar Noorollahi, the chief of police in western Tehran, told the A top commander of the Iranian regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) affiliated Tasnim News agency, that 92 shops were closed and 195 more were given warning letters.
NCRI - A group of former Dehloran factory workers and their families gathered to protest at the entrance gate to the city on Sunday, according to the regime-affiliated Nassim Dehloran news agency.
They were protesting their dismissal from Dehloran Cement Factory last year, which has left many unemployed and unable to find work. Most of the former workers had upwards of seven years’ experience within the company.
NCRI – Iran’s fundamentalist regime has arrested dozens of youths in a string of raids on mixed-gender parties this week.
In Shiraz, southern Iran, 63 young men and women were arrested in two separate swoops on parties that were deemed “unlawful” by the mullahs’ fundamentalist standards.