The Iranian regime has transferred a political prisoner, suffering from cancer, to an unknown location, raising concerns for his life.

Mr. Mohsen Dokmechi, who suffers from an advanced stage of pancreatic cancer, has been denied proper medical care by the regime while in prison.

The Iranian regime is appallingly refusing to hand over the body of an Iranian-Dutch woman it executed on Friday to her family, according to human rights organizations.

Ms. Zahra Bahrami was hanged by the clerical regime on Friday. She was arrested during the 2009 mass uprisings against the regime.

The President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek on Sunday denounced the hanging of an Iranian-Dutch woman arrested after anti-regime uprisings in 2009 in a strongly-worded statement, according to AFP news agency.

"The hanging of Sarah Bahrami, who was a Dutch and hence a European citizen, is a cowardly act of arbitrary justice," he said in a statement.

Press Statement

Philip J. Crowley
Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public AffairsWashington, DC
January 31, 2011

The United States is deeply concerned that Iran continues to deny its citizens their human rights. Judicial cases, trials, and sentences continue to proceed without transparency and the due process rights enshrined in Iran’s own constitution.

An Iranian regime’s member of parliament ordered his hooligans to beat female workers who protested against not being paid, according to state-run news agencies on Sunday.

The state-affiliated website Ayandeh wrote that a female worker called a radio program saying that she referred to the regime’s member of Parliament from Qaemshahr to complain about 9 months of unpaid salary at the textile factory in the town.

A Kurdish political prisoner sentenced to death in Iran has been taken to an unknown location from Ward 4 of the Gohardasht prison in Karaj.

According to Harana news agency on Sunday, Loqman Moradi was transferred from the ward and never returned.

Maryam Rajavi: Do not fuel mullahs’ machine of execution and suppression by continuing economic deals and diplomatic ties

In yet another criminal act, the inhuman and misogynist regime of mullahs executed Saturday, January 29, Zahra Bahrami, 46, mother of two children, who was arrested in January 2009 following Ashura uprising. She was the ninetieth prisoner executed by the clerical regime since the beginning of 2011.

Since January 23, and a few hours before the execution of Jaafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj-Aqai, the clerical regime has transferred many political prisoners from various wards in Gohardasht prison to its Ward 4, sixty of whom have been transferred to room 12 of the ward.

Since January 23, and a few hours before the execution of Jaafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj-Aqai, the clerical regime has transferred many political prisoners from various wards in Gohardasht prison to its Ward 4, sixty of whom have been transferred to room 12 of the ward.

The Iranian regime’s prison agents have intensified controls over political prisoners to reduce communications among inmates. Political prisoners transferred to clinic for treatment are now being accompanied by agents so they can watch over communications.

On Thursday, one political prisoner, Arjang Davoudi, was accompanied by prison guards to the clinic at Hall 12, Ward 4 of Gohardasht Prison in Karaj. He is reported to be severely ill.