NCRI - The mother of Ramin Hossein Panahi, a Kurdish political prisoner, worrying about her son's condition stated: "We do not have any information from Ramin." in a video message posted on social networks.
NCRI - The Iranian regime's suppressive security forces in Tehran on Monday shackled and paraded youths as a form of punishment aimed at breaking their characters and spreading fear in society.
NCRI - Two Christian political prisoners have gone on hunger strike, as the Iranian regime has increased judicial and security pressures on the imprisoned converts.
According to the news, the physical condition of Amin Afshar Naderi has deteriorated since July 6 when he started the hunger strike. He has lost 10kg and his blood pressure has dropped to 100/60 mm Hg. He has been allegedly charged with acting against the national security and insulting the sanctities by establishing a church. He was sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment and banned from traveling abroad for 2 years.
NCRI - The Head of Tehran Cyber Police, known as FATA, in the west of Tehran Province stated, "According to the recent observations made by FATA experts in cyberspace, a person has released a content on a social network, insulting the sanctities and raising doubts to disturb the public mindset in different groups. FATA identified this student in Robat Karim (located in the southwest of Tehran Province) and arrested him after receiving a judicial order."
NCRI - Pointing to remarks made by Iranian regime’s former Intelligence Minister ‘Ali Fallahian’, who confessed in a recent TV interview to parts of regime’s crimes during the ‘80s including the 1988 massacre, political prisoner ‘Ali Moezzi’ has penned a letter titled ‘inevitable confessions of an executioner’ to Iranian people, saying:
A group of Nobel laureates expressed grave concerns over continuing human rights violations in Iran. 21 Nobel laureates from the United States, Canada, Germany and Norway issued a letter asking United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterresto to use his good offices “through the UN Human Rights Council to closely monitor the human rights situation in Iran, inform the world of the violations taking place in that country and to strongly condemn such violations … ” and “an immediate halt to intractable arrests, torture and arbitrary executions. The perpetrators of such executions must be held accountable.” Pejman Amiri an Iranian dissident and freelance writer wrote in an article in ‘NewsBlaze’ on July 22, 2017 and the article continues as follows:
NCRI - The New-Christian prisoner, Amin Afshar Naderi, incarcerated in Evin prison, has been on hunger strike for 15 days but the prison officials do not show any reaction to his legitimate requests despite his deteriorating physical and health condition.
NCRI - The health condition of political prisoner Habib Sasanian, an Azari civil activist, is reported to be deteriorated on the 38th day of hunger strike in Tabriz prison and his family are extremely worried about his physical and health situation.
According to Sasanian’s wife, in a meeting with Habib on Tuesday, July 18, she found out about serious health condition of this political prisoner and added: “I did not recognize him at the beginning of the meeting.”
NCRI - Political prisoners in Gohardasht, Karaj, in a letter to the head of the Human Rights Council and the Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights in Iran, complained about the shocking confessions of Ali Fallahian, former Intelligence Minister of the Iranian regime on political killings in 1988.
They have called for the establishment of a special committee to investigate the 1988 massacre, in order to bring the perpetrators and perpetrators to account.