By Jubin Katiraie
On Wednesday, June 10, the family of Hedayat Abdollah-Pour announced that Iranian authorities have executed him 20 days ago, according to the Hengaw human rights organization.
At the end of every month, the Iran Human Rights Monitor (HRM) produces a report into the human rights abuses in Iran over that month and then we produce a summary.
Iranian military forces killed one porter and injured two others in the border regions of Urmia, West Azerbaijan Province, on Sunday.
By Pooya Stone
The Iranian regime flogged a man 55 times for allegedly insulting a Friday prayer leader and “refusing to apologize” to him.
An Iranian prosecutor announced on Saturday that prison, exile, and death sentences had been issued for some of the protesters arrested during the November 2019 uprising.
Iranian political prisoner Akbar Bagheri has been hemorrhaging for three weeks now, which has made him seriously weak, but he is also in danger of catching coronavirus (COVID-19) because the authorities at the Greater Tehran Penitentiary are holding him on a ward with suspected patients.
Iranian political prisoner Narges Mohammadi has spoken out about the horrific psychological torture that she is suffering in Zanjan Prison, forced to hear and watch the executions of prisoners.
An Iranian political prisoner was compelled to attempt suicide at the Greater Tehran Penitentiary this weekend after the regime increased the physical and mental pressure he was under.
The ayatollahs’ cover-up of the coronavirus entry to Iran not only endangered the lives and health of the Iranian people but also resulted in a rapid expansion of the pandemic in neighboring countries and even the world.
By Pooya stone
The Iranian government is refusing to release prisoners, especially political prisoners, despite the Coronavirus pandemic and the real threat of it spreading easily through the overcrowded and unhygienic prisons.
The mullahs’ desperate attempt to downplay their past abuses could signal that more crimes against humanity are on the horizon, according to the president of the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ).
In the last few days, courts in Iran have handed down the prison and flogging sentences to several of the people arrested during January 2020 protests over the downing of Ukrainian airliner flight PS752.
A war veteran lit himself on fire on Monday in protest to not receiving the loan he requested from the Foundation of Martyrs & Veterans Affairs in western Iran.
By Jubin Katiraie
On 16 June, the First Deputy Head of Iran’s Judiciary Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, who is notorious for his role in a crime against humanity perpetrated in the 1980s,
The Iranian authorities have made the children of two political prisoners homeless by confiscating their homes.
Iranian political prisoner Maryam Akbari Monfared refused to appear in Evin [Prison] Courthouse last week after she was verbally summoned to be arraigned on new charges levied against her.
The brutal oppression of women was one of the key policies of Iran’s regime to usurp the rights of the Iranian people after the 1979 revolution, which saw the mullahs rise to power.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli said in a state TV interview on Saturday that 200 protesters were killed by the suppressive security forces during the November 2019 uprising that spread to at least 140 cities.
An Iranian labor activist was flogged by the Iranian authorities yesterday and taken to begin his jailed sentence without being given medical attention.
Every month, Iran Human Rights Monitor provides an in-depth report on the human rights situation in Iran and we provide a summary. The following text is an excerpt from this report.
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