According to the reports, the agents of Ardabil prison punished the Balochi political prisoner, Saber Malek Raeesi by keeping him outdoors and in the sub-zero temperature of Ardabil. The agents are punishing him harshly while the political prisoner is on hunger strike.
NCRI - Hossein Sadeghi, father of political prisoner Arash Sadeghi, staged hunger strike to support his son. Mr. Sadeghi said: “My son Arash in his 67th day of hunger strike is experiencing moment to moment struggle with death. On Monday, December 26, Arash was urgently transferred to Taleghani hospital in Tehran due to his deteriorating health condition and underwent medical examination.
NCRI - Individuals from Aleppo, Syria, held an online Q&A using social media to highlight the situation in Aleppo. The sponsor for this event was iranfreedom.org. The panelists included Dr. Zaher Sahoul, a Syrian American physician, past president of SAMS and founder of American Relief Coalition for Syria; Abdulkari Alhamdo, an English teacher and activist; and Bana Alabed and Fatemah, a 7-year-old girl who tweeted about the harrowing situation in Aleppo and her mother.
Following the rise of social turbulence regarding the shocking phenomenon of homeless “Sleeping in Graves” in http://ncr-iran.org/en/news/society/21822-iran-rouhani-s-demagogic-and-cruel-approach-toward-homeless-grave-sleepersthe cold season, the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani tried to evade accountability and justify the situation by stating,
NCRI - The latest news about Arash Sadeghi on the 66th day of hunger strike; the danger of stroke and coma
The political prisoner of ward 8, Arash Sadeghi was transferred to the infirmary last night due to hypotension (60 over 80), heart palpitations, asthma and coughing up blood. They connected the oxygen mask and its source to him and returned him to the ward.
NCRI - According to a report by the state-run Fars news agency affiliated to the Iran regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), 25 people including an actor and an author of satirical programs were arrested in Tehran after the police and security forces raided a party in the capital city.
NCRI - group of political prisoners in Karaj – Western Tehran have in a letter condemned the crimes committed by the Iranian regime and its mercenaries in Syria while expressing their solidarity with people in Aleppo.
Part of the letter is as follows:
NCRI - on Saturday, December 24 a rally was held in front of the Iranian regime's embassy in Paris at the invitation of ‘Syrian Revolution coordination’.
In this demonstration hundreds of Syrian people and the members and supporters of the Iranian resistance participated in order to protest the crimes against humanity which has been committed against heroic people of Aleppo by Bashar Assad and Iran regime’s forces and mercenaries, as well as condemning the attempts of the Iranian Guard blocking the evacuation of civilians and militants from East Aleppo.
NCRI - India’s Center for Social Research (CSR) issued a statement supporting the Iranian people's campaign for seeking justice for the victims and families of 30,000 political prisoners who were massacred in the summer of 1988 in Iran.
NCRI - Tehran’s prosecutor, Abbas Jafari Dowlatâbâdi, admitted that 500 billion Tomans ($15.5 million dollar) funds allocated to homeless has been stolen by the government officials. According to him, government officials have used the names of homeless people as the shareholders of front companies to receive millions of dollars funds allocated to the homeless.