Iran Regime Continues Executions

By Staff Writer

The Iranian regime is known for its suppression of the people of Iran and its blatant disregard of human rights.

International human rights organisations have called on the regime to stop its inhumane treatment of prisoners, its medieval forms of punishment, its repression, its censorship, and so on.

Iran: Sistan and Baluchestan Province: Blood and Pain

By Amir Taghati

In Iran, Sistan and Baluchestan province is always without a doubt a part of every single conversation relating poverty, malnutrition, lack of facilities, water shortage, unemployment, and education difficulties.

Suicide Rate Worsening in Iran

By Staff Writer

As the political, social and economic crises in Iran worsen, the suicide rate is also increasing. Life is becoming increasingly desperate and difficult in the country and more and more people are turning to suicide.

It is not just one particular demographic that is affected – all social classes are seeing suicide rates rise.

 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.