IRAN: 46 Executions in Five Weeks

Arbitrary executions to spared fear to stop the escalation of uprising

The inhuman mullahs’ regime in desperate need of suppressing the popular uprisings has resorted to more executions. The mullahs’ agents hanged 39 prisoners only in July. Four were women and there was one public hanging. In past few days, the regime hanged seven other prisoners.

Bahrain
Written by Shahriar Kia

Suspected Iranian hackers infiltrated critical infrastructure and government computers in the Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain within the last month, raising fears among leaders in the region that Tehran is stepping up its cyberattacks amid growing tensions, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

Iran Regime Executes 2 Ahvazi Arab Men
Written by Mansoureh Galestan 

The Iranian regime has executed two members of the Ahvazi Arab minority population who were opponents of the regime.

Abdullah Karmollah Chab and Ghassem Abdullah, from Iran’s Ahvazi Arab minority, were executed in the Fajr prison in the south-western city of Dezful, according to state media.

Ali Razini,
Written by Shamsi Saadati 

A second Iranian regime official has admitted to the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran.

Ali Razini, the Deputy of Legal Affairs and Judicial Development of the Judiciary, spoke to the Jamaran website, which is close to the family of Khomeini, on July 29, 2019 and confirmed that the extrajudicial killings were carried out on Khomeini’s order “without being held up by red tape.” He said the trials that led to the massacre was one of Khomeini’s last major decisions.

Amnesty: UN must speak openly and firmly against impunity over Iran’s 1988 massacre
Written by Sedighe Shahrokhi 

Amnesty International has issued a statement urging the United Nations to speak openly and firmly against the systematic impunity surrounding the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners in Iran, following recent comments by the advisor to the head of the Iranian regime’s judiciary defending the massacre.

Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi

Written by Shamsi Saadati 

Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi, Advisor to the Iranian regime's Judiciary Chief and a former Interior and Justice Minister, has brazenly defended the 1988 massacre of tens of thousands of political prisoners in Iran and vowed to continue hunting down and exterminating members of the opposition People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI), also known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK).

Iran Political Prisoner Pens Open Letter on Anniversary of 1988 Massacre
Written by Hamideh Taati 

Fatemeh Ziaii Azad (Hoorieh), an Iranian political prisoner incarcerated in the notorious Evin Prison in Tehran, wrote an open letter to mark the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners.

Political Prisoner’s Open Letter About Iran’s 1988 Massacre
Written by Hamideh Taati

Iranian political prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared has written an open letter on the 1988 anniversary of the massacre of political prisoners in Iran, criticising the West for their silence on the matter, noting that those responsible still hold positions of power in the Regime, and asserting that those two things are connected.

New Report on Women's Rights in Iran
Written by Mansoureh Galestan 

The Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has published a new report looking in women’s rights in Iran, specifically the clerical regime’s violations of those rights and the brave activists fighting for those rights.