Women of Iran Continue to Fight for Equality

By Staff writer

The 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution is being celebrated by the clerical regime in Iran. During the past four decades, the people of Iran have lived under extreme suppression that most people in free and democratic countries can simply not fathom.

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By Staff writer

An Iranian political prisoner has gone on a hunger strike to protest the inhumane conditions that he has been forced to endure whilst in solitary confinement.

Nearly 100 Child Marriages in One Iranian Province Since May

By Mansoureh Galestan

At least 98 child marriages have been recorded in one Iranian province in the last nine months, according to the Director General of Ilam’s Welfare Organization.

Iran's Despicable Human Rights Record for January 2019

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The Iran Human Rights Monitor has released its report into human rights violations in Iran for the month of January and, as always, it’s a heartbreaking read featuring torture, arbitrary arrest, abuse of marginalised groups, and death. However, it’s important to know what the mullahs’ regime is doing, so that we can demand change, which is why I’m imploring you to read this summary and to click here for the more detailed report. The Regime uses these abuses to suppress the Iranian people and keep a shaky grasp on power, but by exposing their malign behaviour, we can hopefully convince the international community to act.

IRAN: Judiciary Official Wishes for More "Divine Punishments"

By Mansoureh Galestan

The Iranian regime’s General Prosecutor Mohammad Jafar Montazeri recently said that he regretted that in order to avoid further human rights condemnations, Iran had been limiting the amount of “divine punishments” handed down to convicts.

 Evin Prison

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran’s Evin Prison has been described as a “dungeon” and a “hellhole” that fails to meet basic standards for prisoner health and safety, even by the Regime’s standards, People’s Mojahedin Orgainzation of Iran (PMOI/MEK) reports.

 800,000 of Iran's Children Suffer from Malnutrition

By Staff Writer

In Iran’s southern port city of Chabahar, the prevalence of malnutrition is so high, that according to state-run IRNA news agency on January 15th, Reza Ezzatian, a Health Ministry official said, “39,000 children under the age of five in the city are currently suffering from malnutrition.”

Iran Regime Prosecutor-General: “Unfortunate” That Iran Is Not Amputating More People's Hands

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran's Prosecutor-General has expressed regret on Wednesday that not enough people in his country are being punished for crimes with blindings or amputations because the country is trying to avoid international condemnation from human rights bodies or foreign governments.

Sanctions on Iran Regime Are Working and Must Be Continued

By Staff Writer

When U.S. president pulled out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal last May and reimposed sanctions on Iran, his critics predicted that these sanctions would have no effect as there was no way that the US could persuade the rest of the world to come on board.

The critics were wrong. The latest data shows that the reimposed sanctions, which came into place in August and November, are destroying the Iranian economy.