Baha’i woman Negin Ghadamian

By Staff Writer

An Iranian prisoner of conscience is being denied medical care, a crime known as medical terrorism that is all too common under the Iranian Regime.

An Unprecedented Rise in the Number of Child Labour in Iran

By Amir Taghati

According to a state expert, close to a quarter of Iran’s population are rural residents, and consequently, there is an increasing rate of child labour witnessed as Kolbars (humans used as carriers) and vendors (selling items in the street).

 Javid Rehman

By Staff Writer

Javid Rehman, the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in Iran, presented his report to a UN panel in New York on Wednesday, with the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union in attendance, criticizing the increase in executions and suppressions inside Iran.

Poverty in Iran Leads Children to Search Through Rubbish

By Staff Writer

One Iranian man died in Shiraz on October 21 after eating rotten food from a trashcan, a chilling example of the prevalence of poverty in Iran. Many in Iran are now so poor that they have to resort to digging through the garbage to find food to eat or resources to sell on, including young children.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran

Terrorism, widespread arrests, fabricating cases and eliminating prisoners are the regime's toolkit to confront the uprising

The clerical regime's criminal prosecutor indicted five environmental activists who were arrested nine months ago by the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Intelligence, with charges of "corruption on earth," indicating that their files are ready to be submitted to the court. (IRGC News Agency - October 21). This is despite the fact that the regime’s judiciary had previously charged them with spying.

Atena Daemi

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Atena Daemi is a civil rights activist that was arrested on 21st October 2018. She was immediately put into solitary confinement where she remained for 86 days before being transferred to the women’s part of Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. The following May, she was charged with insulting the country’s supreme leader, propaganda against the regime and assembly and collusion against national security. Judge Moghiseh of Revolutionary Court Branch 28 gave her a sentence of 14 years imprisonment.

Farhad Meysami
Farhad Meysami-Iran Authorities Try to Force Prisoner Into Ending Hunger Strike

By Shahriar Kia

Farhad Meysami is a human rights defender that has been campaigning for women’s rights in Iran. He is a medical doctor that was arrested and imprisoned in July and he is currently being held in the medical clinic at the notorious Evin Prison in Iran’s capital city.

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 Iranian teacher and activist Hashem Khastar

By By Staff Writer

Yesterday, Iranian teacher and activist Hashem Khastar, was allegedly abducted by members of the Ministry of Intelligence in Mashhad. Khastar is the head of the Iranian Teachers’ Trade Association in Mashhad’s Golbahar region.

executions in iran

On Saturday, September 22, the falling regime of mullahs executed nine prisoners collectively in Adelabad prison in Shiraz. The criminal head of the "Justice" of Fars province had already reiterated that he will deal seriously with those who disturb the order and security of the society.

Iran Regime’s Horrific Crime Against Humanity
1988 Massacre-Iran Regime’s Horrific Crime Against Humanity

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

The 1988 massacre in Iran is one of the most horrific atrocities of recent times. During the summer of that year, the then-Supreme Leader of Iran issued a fatwa ordering the execution of political prisoners and dissidents. Around 30,000 people were executed, most of them members of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) – the main opposition to the Iranian regime.