Number of Iran Uprising Martyrs Surpasses 1000
Number of Iran Uprising Martyrs Surpasses 1000
Fallen for Freedom in November-December 2019 Uprising Across Iran

Iran Uprising – No. 44

46 MORE MARTYRED PROTESTERS IDENTIFIED
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi: World must condemn horrific crime against humanity, take action to stop it and free all prisoners; inaction is inexcusable and the regime will construe it as a green light to continue and intensify its crimes

Number of Iran Uprising Martyrs Surpasses 750
Number of Iran Uprising Martyrs Surpasses 750
Fallen for Freedom in November 2019 Uprising Across Iran

Iran Uprising – No. 43

33 MORE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED
MRS. RAJAVI: A MANIFEST CASE OF CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY IN 21ST CENTURY; KHAMENEI, ROUHANI, OTHER REGIME LEADERS MUST FACE JUSTICE
The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced that the number of those killed by the Iranian regime’s suppressive forces during the nationwide uprising that engulfed 187 cities has surpassed 750.

he international community is reacting to the anti-regime protests that have continued unabated in Iran
The international community is reacting to the anti-regime protests that have continued unabated in Iran
Written by Hamideh Taati

The international community is reacting to the anti-regime protests that have continued unabated in Iran since Friday.

On Sunday, November 17, the White House issued a statement in solidarity with the Iranian people: "The United States supports the Iranian people in their peaceful protests against the regime that is supposed to lead them.

Garbage collector chidren in Iran- file photo
Garbage collector chidren in Iran- file photo
Written by Hamideh Taati 

A garbage lot in Shar-e Rey, south of Tehran, has become very important to locals who earn money from sorting trash, with some being lucky enough to find something edible or valuable in with the rubbish.

 Retirees, Defrauded Investors Gather Outside Regime Majlis, Attacked by Suppressive Forces
On November 12, 2019, a large group of retirees staged a gathering outside the regime’s Majlis (Parliament)

Today, November 12, 2019, a large group of retirees staged a gathering outside the regime’s Majlis (Parliament) in Tehran to protest against the officials’ failure to respond to their demands.

On_November_12_2019_a_large_group_of_retirees_staged_a_gathering_outside_the_regimes_Majlis_Parliament
On November 12, 2019, the conclusions and recommendations of the Working Group on the UPR were adopted by the international community at a meeting of the UN Human Rights Council.
A meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva-file photo
Written by Hamideh Taati 

The international community on Tuesday spoke out at the United Nations in Geneva against human rights abuses by the Iranian regime in the context of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR).

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
November 10 and 11, the residents of Ahvaz, Shadegan and Kut-e Abdollah (southwestern Khuzestan Province), poured onto the streets to protest against the suspicious murder of an Ahvazi poet, Hassan Heidari
Protest broke out in Ahvaz, Shadegan and Kut-E Abdollah after a young and famous anti regime poet was killed suspiciously by regime forces- November 11, 2019

Last night and today, November 10 and 11, the residents of Ahvaz, Shadegan and Kut-e Abdollah (southwestern Khuzestan Province), poured onto the streets to protest against the suspicious murder of an Ahvazi poet, Hassan Heidari.

Soheil Arabi and Arash Sadeghi in Evin prison-Tehran-Iran. File photo
Soheil Arabi and Arash Sadeghi in Evin prison-Tehran-Iran. File photo
Written by Mohammad Sadat Khansari 

On November 7, 2019, Iranian political prisoner Soheil Arabi, went on a dry hunger strike in support of critically-ill inmate Arash Sadeghi. Mr. Sadeghi suffers from a rare form of bone cancer, yet the Iranian regime’s officials have denied him from receiving proper medical care.

Pictures of some of the victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran - file photo
Britain's Daily Star has published new shocking details about the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran
Pictures of some of the victims of the 1988 massacre in Iran - file photo
Written by Mansoureh Galestan 

More than 30,000 victims were either hanged or shot dozens at a time in mass executions in 1988 and their corpses were then dumped into unmarked mass graves around Iran, the Daily Star Online wrote on November 12, 2019.

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee
Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee
Civil Rights Activist Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee
Written by Hamideh Taati 

Civil rights activist Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee was arrested on Saturday, November 9 at her home in Tehran. The former political prisoner is the wife of cancer-stricken political prisoner Arash Sadeghi and was campaigning on Twitter for his release and access to medical treatment.