NCRI - The clerical regime in Iran tried a female protestor this week on charges of “acting against security,” “distributing propaganda against the establishment” and “moharebeh” (waging war on God).
Ms. Zahra Bahrami was arrested during Ashura day protests on December 27, 2009.
The leader of an Iraqi political party has condemned comments made by the Iranian regime’s envoy against dissident Iranians in Camp Ashraf, Iraq, saying that such statements constitute interference in Iraq’s internal affairs.
A political prisoner in northwestern Iran launched a hunger strike on Sunday, August 15, according to obtained reports.
Mohammad Amin Agoushi, who is being held at the central prison in Oroumieh, has been sentenced to death by the clerical regime on charges of “moharebeh” or “waging war on God.”
Oman has become the latest country cutting off gasoline exports to Iran in compliance with international sanctions, according to the state-run Iranian Mehr news agency on Tuesday.
Last year, a number of companies from the United Arab Emirates, India, Turkmenistan, the Netherlands and Oman collectively sold the largest amount of gasoline to the clerical regime. More than $4.25 billion worth of gasoline were sold to the regime by these five countries alone, according to Mehr.
Tehran is using all the resources at its disposal against Iranian dissidents in Camp Ashraf, Iraq, in contravention of international laws, a member of the Jordanian Parliament told al-Babelyia TV on Tuesday.
Mahmoud al-Kharabsheh, who also heads the Arab Delegation in Support of Ashraf, underscored the Iranian regime’s plots against the 3,400 residents of Camp Ashraf, who are members of the main opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), and said, “Obviously these pressures and blackmail tactics violate international laws.”
One of the political prisoners arrested during the Ashura day protests on December 27, 2009 in Iran has been sentenced to the inhumane punishment by hanging. Political prisoner Farah (Elmira) Vazehan has also been sentenced to two years in prison and payment of monetary fines.
Political prisoners at Tehran’s notorious Evin prison have been banned from having telephone contacts with their families for the past three weeks, according to obtained reports from inside Iran.
Sedaqat, the prison’s warden, and Mostafa Bozorgnia, the head of Ward 350, where the political prisoners are being held, are tormenting the prisoners under the pretext of breaking fast during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
A European member of Parliament from the Czech Republic has sent a letter to the Iranian regime’s embassy in Brussels condemning its attempts to impede parliamentarians’ efforts to expose the regime’s crimes and to support the Iranian Resistance.
In his letter, Mr. Vlasak wrote, “I will do everything in my power to support dissidents and those movements working for change in Iran.”
Almost three weeks into a hunger strike launched by political prisoners in Ward 350 of the notorious Evin in Tehran, a lawyer for two of them says it is unclear how many are still continuing their strike after 20 days.
The strike was launched in protest to the transfer of the prisoners to solitary confinement as well as to the cruel treatments of political prisoners by guards.