Execution of Three Kurdish Activists

Mrs. Rajavi urged the United Nations Security Council to intervene and address the atrocities

The Iranian regime today hanged three Kurdish political prisoners, Ramin Hossein-Panahi, 24, Zanyar Moradi, 30, and Loghman Moradi, 32, in Gohardasht Prison, Karaj.

 Executions in iran

On September 3 and 5, the mullahs’ inhuman regime executed 11 prisoners in the South-Eastern city of Zahedan and Gohardasht (Karaj) – West of Tehran prisons. Three of these prisoners were sent to the gallows at Zahedan Prison at dawn on Tuesday September 3. The three prisoners, aged 21 to 24, were sentenced to death on the charge of killing a police officer. The regime’s authorities informed these three Balouch prisoners’ families that they would be required to pay for the execution ropes and provide blood money to the victims’ family in order to secure release of the bodies.

 Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

By Abdolrahman Mahabadi, political analyst and writer

When Khomeini came into power in 1979, he did not expect anyone to ever stand against him. Which triggered in him thoughts of vilayet-e-faqih and greedy plans of extending his rulership.


By Amir Taghati

The European Union claimed last week to attach “high importance” to the human rights situation in Iran, but their actions (or more accurately inaction) tell a different story.

 30th Anniversary of Political Prisoner Massacre in iran

By Staff Writer

Iranian communities in 20 major cities and capitals throughout Europe and North America will be marking the 30th anniversary of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran with a simultaneous interactive conference, where they will call on the international community to support the prosecution of the mullahs responsible for the massacre and the ongoing Iranian uprising.

Iran Regime Destroy Mass Graves as Part of Cover-Up

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has already begun destroying the mass graves of political prisoners secretly executed by the mullahs’ security forces in the 1980s, despite a plea from Amnesty International to halt the desecration and allow an investigation to take place.

Reza Otadi,

Iran Uprising –No. 201

On Friday, August 3, a young man from Karaj, Reza Otadi, was shot dead by the Iranian regime’s repressive forces during the demonstrations in the city, and a large number of protesters were also arrested.

uk pralanet

By Staff Writer

An English court can now consider whether to allow the families of 9/11 victims to make a claim on Iranian assets in Britain.

The relatives of those killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States want the English High Court to enforce a decision made by an American count in 2012. The US court found evidence to support the fact that Iran had provided "material support and resources to al Qaeda [the militant group that carried out the attacks] for acts of terrorism".