Following the death of political prisoner Jamil Soveidi under the cruel torture of the mullahs’ regime, the Iranian resistance once again called on the international community, specially the United Nations Security Council, to condemn this heinous crime and to act urgently to prevent crimes against humanity by the blood-sucking mullahs. Political prisoner Sattar Beheshti also died under the henchmen’s torture in Tehran on November 6th.

‘Fears that Sattar Beheshti died as a result of torture … are very plausible’ - Ann Harrison
The Iranian authorities must investigate the circumstances that led to the death of a blogger in detention in the capital Tehran, Amnesty International has urged today, amid reports that he was tortured in custody.
Sattar Beheshti, 35, was arrested by men believed to be from Iran’s Cyber Police on 30 October at his home in Robat Karim, southwest of Tehran.

Political prisoner, Sattar Beheshti, 35, was killed eight days after his arrest under the torture of the mullahs’ regime henchmen. On Tuesday October 30th at noon, agents of the mullahs’ Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) under the name of Internet Control Police, raided his home, arrested him and took him to an undisclosed location. He was a detainee of the student uprising of 1999 and after his release, because of his anti-regime stance, has been hated by the religious fascism ruling Iran.

On Wednesday November 7, the mullahs’ inhuman regime hanged 15 people in Tehran, Shiraz and Zarand. Ten of those were executed in an appalling mass execution in Tehran, four in Shiraz and one in Zarand (Mehr and Fars News agencies of the Ministry of Intelligence and Revolutionary Guards). Thus, since October 22nd six mass executions were carried out. Prior to this, 13 prisoners in Gohardasht prison (October 22 and 23), three in Ghazvin (October 24), and eight prisoners in Evin prison (October 31) had been executed. The number of executions since the beginning of the year has thus reached to at least 373. The news of many secret executions and political prisoners, who are exterminated, never leaks out of the prisons.

A death panel in Gohardasht prison is provisioning for faster execution of death sentences

The Iranian resistance warns against the intention of the Iranian regime to execute more than 1000 prisoners in Gohardasht prison and calls upon the United Nations Security Council for urgent and binding action to prevent the massacre of these prisoners and dispatching a fact finding mission by this Council to investigate the situation of Iranian prisons and prisoners, and inhuman sentences against them.

Iranian Resistance strongly condemns rascally aggression and irreverence against women political prisoners by Revolutionary Guards and torturers in Evin prison, and regards it as indication of mullahs’ regime’s fear from Iranian women who are fighting at the frontline of battle against the religious fascism ruling Iran. Iranian Resistance calls on all Iranian people, especially freedom-loving women and youth, to rise up to their duty for assisting political prisoners and supporting their families. 

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The anti-humane clerical regime collectively executed 8 prisoners on October 31st in Tehran’s Evin Prison. Prior to this, 16 prisoners were hanged on the 22nd and 24th of October in Ghazvin and Gohardasht prisons, respectively. Therefore, the number of executions in just the past 10 days has reached 24 counts.

Regime Supreme Leader’s extreme weakness; Ahmadinejad confrontation with Khamenei; acknowledgement to deep economic crisis

In a blatant confrontation, Ahmadinejad, the mullahs’ regime’s president, responded to intimidations of regime’s supreme leader Khamenei on Thursday, November 1. In his letter to Khamenei, Ahmadinejad asked him to recognize “sublime position of the people- elected president as the highest official position in the country after Supreme Leader and as the executor of Constitution.”

BRUSSELS (AFP)— European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Tuesday she was "appalled" by the execution of 10 Iranians convicted of drug trafficking offences.

Speaking amid controversy over a planned European parliamentary mission to Iran from October 27 to November 2, Ashton said in a statement that Monday's executions add "to the alarming execution rate in Iran" now at over 300 since the beginning of the year.

"Most of the executions took place after summary trials, without the right to appeal and for offences which according to international minimum standards should not result in capital punishment," she added.

Call on UN Security Council to investigate cruel and systematic violations of human rights in Iran
Leaders of Tehran regime must be tried for crimes against humanity

The religious dictatorship ruling Iran hanged 10 prisoners today, Monday, October 22, arbitrarily en mass. This happened while none of the victims had due process of law and a fair trial.
Families of the prisoners had staged protests in front of governmental offices repeatedly, calling for justice and a public and fair trial to review the charges that were attributed to the victims. The hangings took place while scores of international organizations including UN rapporteurs had asked for these cruel sentences not to be implemented.