Political prisoners in Sanandaj, northwestern Iran, have been under severe torture in recent weeks by the Iranian regime, according to reports.

On February 5, Iran Khabar cited reports that political prisoners are interrogated and beaten for hours by regime agents. They are being held in inhumane conditions.

 Two political prisoners at Karaj’s Gohardasht prison near Tehran are continuing with their hunger strike while being held in solitary confinement in protest to the inhumane treatment of regime agents in prison.

According to the Students Committee in Defense of Political Prisoners, Arjang Davoudi and Afshin Baymani are being held in Ward 1 of Gohardasht prison.

The clerical regime has intensified unprecedented pressures on sick prisoners

The Iranian Resistance raises alarm against the critical state of political prisoners with serious ailments and calls for urgent interventions to save their lives.

A prisoner being held at Karaj’s Gohardasht prison has been severely beaten by Iranian regime agents, that has left him a broken left foot, fingers and nose, according to Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran.

Farhang Pourmansouri was transferred to solitary confinement at Gohardasht’s Ward 1 after protesting against inhumane conditions at Ward 5. During the protest, prisoners took complete control of Ward 5 for six days.

An Iranian regime court in the province of Fars has sentenced a teenage boy to death by hanging.

According to reports from Harana news agency on Saturday, Ashkan Miri was 14 at the time of committing the crime attributed to him by the regime. He was reportedly involved in a brawl that led to the accidental death of another teenager.

A regime cleric has called for more executions and amputations against prisoners, according to Harana news agency on Thursday.

Mullah Mesbah Yazdi, a member of the regime’s Assembly of Experts, was quoted as saying, “A mohareb [enemy of God] should meet one of these fates: execution, exile or amputation of hands or legs.”

Members of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee said in a resolution on Tuesday that the European Union should devise a new and broader strategy towards Iran, which goes beyond the nuclear issue and addresses the regime’s human rights record and regional role.

Canada on Tuesday renewed its condemnation of human rights abuses by the clerical regime in Iran, AFP reported on Tuesday.

It particularly raised concerns about a death sentence handed down to an Iranian-born Canadian resident by the regime.

The Iranian regime has transferred a political prisoner, suffering from cancer, to an unknown location, raising concerns for his life.

Mr. Mohsen Dokmechi, who suffers from an advanced stage of pancreatic cancer, has been denied proper medical care by the regime while in prison.

The Iranian regime is appallingly refusing to hand over the body of an Iranian-Dutch woman it executed on Friday to her family, according to human rights organizations.

Ms. Zahra Bahrami was hanged by the clerical regime on Friday. She was arrested during the 2009 mass uprisings against the regime.