The inhuman mullahs' regime hanged  five people in past two days in cities of Semnan, Ahwaz and Ahar on July 1, 2. In Ahar Hanging was publicly.  ISNA state news agency on July 2 reported another execution in Ahwaz last week. The mullahs' judiciary in Ahwaz said in this regard that it "will legally deal with those who disrupt public order and security, with authority".

Two more prisoners was publicly hanged in Robat-karim (near Tehran) on June28.

GENEVA (28 June 2012) - Three United Nations Special Rapporteurs* on Iran? summary executions and torture condemned the recent execution of four members of the Ahwazi Arab minority in Ahwaz’s Karoun Prison in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Following a reportedly unfair trial? they were sentenced to death and executed on or around 19 June 2012.
“Given the lack of transparency in court proceedings? major concerns remain about due process and fairness of trials in cases involving the death penalty in Iran?” said the independent human rights experts? recalling the execution of Abdul Rahman Heidarian? Abbas Heidarian? Taha Heidarian and Ali Sharif.

In a criminal act, the Supreme Court of the mullahs’ inhumane regime upheld execution sentences for two prisoners for drinking alcohol. Hassan Shariati, head of the Judiciary in Khorasan Razavi Province, who announced the news, said: “There will be no leniency in dealing with serious crimes. We will under no circumstances be lenient to those who endanger public security. … In cases involving alcohol we will under no circumstances be lenient in the prosecution and punishment.

8 June 2012
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Human Rights Council
Twentieth session
Agenda item 4
Human rights situations that require the Council’s attention
Joint written statement* submitted by France Libertés - Fondation Danielle Mitterrand, the Women’s Human Rights International Association, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, non-governmental organizations in special consultative status, International Educational Development, Inc.,

call for saving the lives of these prisoners

 Clerical regime of Iran inhumanely intends to hang five political prisoners in Ahwaz. They include three brothers, Abdul-Rahman, Taha and Jamshid Heidari, as well as their cousin Mansour Heidari and another prisoner Amir Osameh.

They were transferred from general ward to solitary confinement of Karoon prison in Ahwaz on Saturday June9.

U.N. monitors shot at in Syria, Annan plan crumbles
 By Asharq Al-Awsat  - A handout image released by the Syrian opposition's Shaam News Network shows a boy flashing the victory sign as he looks through a hole in the walls of his house caused by shelling in the central town of Houla on June 7 , 2012. (AFP)

Call on International investigation  and referring the  case of  human rights violations in Iran
to the UN Security Council
Mohammad Mehdi Zalieh a Kurdish political prisoner and a sportsman,  almost 46,  passed away after suffering two decades imprisonment and torture, in Gohardasht prison on June 4.

Mrs. Rajavi calls on the international community for an urgent action to stop the increasing number of executions in Iran

The clerical regime ruling Iran, engulfed by internal and external crises, has increased the number of executions in an unprecedented way hanging 57 prisoners only during seven days. This means hanging one prisoner  in every three hours. This is while secret executions continue unabated.
On May 21, Mullah's regime reported that 14 prisoners were hanged together in a group execution in Tehran. The regime did not release any details about their identities or the location where the executions took place. On the same day, three other prisoners were hanged in the city of Shiraz located south of Iran.

Religious fascism ruling Iran resorts to more bloodshed in order to prevent its inevitable demise

The mullahs' Supreme Leader, in the midst of increasing internal power struggle and in fear of popular   protests on the eve of mullahs' election show and its inevitable overthrow, has resorted to increased open suppression, executions and setting up gallows in various cities across the country.

The Iranian Resistance warns on the risk of execution of a number of political prisoners solely because of their visits to Ashraf prior to 2009, being families of Ashraf residents, supporting the PMOI, or giving money to PMOI on the mullah-fabricated charge of "Moharebeh" (fighting with God). The Iranian Resistance calls on all human rights institutions and organizations for urgent action to save their lives.

The brutal judge  by the name of Salavati has issued a second death sentence for political prisoner Javad Lari, 56. Mr. Lari, a renowned merchant in Tehran Bazaar, was arrested on 15 September 2009 for his visit to Ashraf. Mr. Lari who has also spent four years in prison back in the 1980s for his support for the PMOI, suffers from various illnesses and has had several heart attacks in prison.