The Iranian regime hanged a man in public on Wednesday in Tehran (Kag Saadatabad Sq) according to Herana news agency.

A day before the execution, the regime’s judiciary lashed the accused 74 times. Wednesday’s execution happened in front of the man’s parents.

Some parliamentary quarters in Egypt are accusing the Iranian regime of being involved in a church bombing in Alexandria which left about one hundred dead and injured, according to the Kuwaiti daily al-Seyassah on Monday.

The paper said, “some Egyptian circles told a delegation visiting from Persian Gulf states that there is extensive intelligence that the Iranian regime is behind the bombing, which is similar to bombings carried out in Iraq and Yemen.”

Political prisoner Mr. Mohsen Dokmechi, 50, who is suffering from Pancreatic Cancer, is in critical condition due to lack of essential medical care. Symptoms of the illness became apparent months ago, yet the mullahs’ henchmen refrained from giving him any medical attention. Now, due to the progress of his cancer, he is suffering from severe pains and has lost a lot of weight. He was transferred to Taleqani Hospital last week.

NCRI – Seven political prisoners exiled to the Gohardasht prison are in critical condition, according to a student group.

They were transferred two days ago from Ward 4 to Ward 2 of the prison, which is located in the city of Karaj near Tehran. The transfer has led to a growing number of health problems for the prisoners.

NCRI - The Iranian regime has backed down from executing an imprisoned lawyer after being faced with popular protests against the planned hanging.

The regime had declared that Habibollah Latifi, a young law student, was scheduled for execution Sunday morning in Sanandaj prison. The mullahs’ regime did not carry out the hanging, however, after popular protests.

A Kurdish student has been scheduled to be executed on Sunday by the Iranian regime.

Amnesty International released a statement on Friday calling for the prevention of the execution of Habibollah Latifi.

NCRI - An Iranian regime court has sentenced an Iranian film director to 6 years in prison, also banning him from leaving the country and making films for the next two decades.

The director’s lawyer has said that Jafar Panahi has been charged with assembling, colluding and disseminating propaganda against the regime. He is banned from making or writing films, giving interviews to domestic or international media or leaving the country for the next 20 years.

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, offered  her condolences and sympathy to the survivors of the devastating earthquake in Kerman, south of Iran, and wished immediate recovery of those injured and patience for the families of the slain.

UNITED NATIONS, Dec 22, 2010 (AFP) - The UN General Assembly on Tuesday approved a resolution expressing "deep concern" over "recurring" human rights violations in Iran, where authorities have been targeting rights lawyers in their ongoing crackdown on dissent.
 

In an atrocious act, the clerical regime on Monday executed 11 prisoners in the city of Zahedan, the capital of southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan. The provincial mullahs’ judiciary chief announced that the victims were accused of “Waging war on God,” and “spreading corruption on earth”, and challenging the regime’s establishment. He emphasized that the regime’s “judiciary will not hesitate in implementing the sentences accurately and swiftly”.