Call for immediate action for his release
The Iranian resistance calls on all international human rights organizations to take immediate action against making a new case file for the 66-year-old political prisoner Ali Moezzi and for his immediate and unconditional release.
Repressive measures increasing in Tehran & various provinces
Two weeks after failing to engineer Iran’s farce presidential election, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei is terrified of the two slogans, “No to murderer, no to demagogue, and “My vote is regime change,” and the subject of seeking justice for the 1988 massacre victims.
NCRI - On June 11 the mullahs' regime's henchmen sentenced 20 people to the anti-human punishment of flogging in a summary trial in the mullahs' "special courts". The ruling was implemented on the same day.
Arrests under the excuse of breaking fasting continues in various cities of the country. According to state-run media the number of arrestees in Fars province and in the cities of Qazvin and Urmia amounted to 730. This includes the arrest of 590 people in Fars province under the excuse of breaking fasting and breaking norms, detention of 90 people in Qazvin, and the arrest of 50 in Urimia.
As the movement for justice for martyrs of the massacre of political prisoners inside Iran and at the international level rises up, the clerical regime is trying to destroy the traces of the 1988 massacre. One of these measures is the destruction of mass graves of martyrs in different cities.
In Mashhad a group of 10 henchmen using heavy machinery such as tractors and rollers, destroy mass graves of the PMOI martyrs in Behesht Reza cemetery. Henchmen are deployed in two containers and are working around the clock. By flatening the tombs, they want to make new graves in place so no traces of the mass graves of the martyrs of the 80’s and the massacre of 88 are remained.
Nine executions on May 23
The mullahs’ regime in Iran has immediately relaunched its domestic crackdown machine after the election farce, especially through executions and torture in prisons across the country. Ten inmates in the prisons of Tabriz, Zahedan, Ardebil, Kermanshah and Isfahan, and Karaj Central Prison were hanged on May 22 and 23. Nine of these cases were carried out on May 23 alone.
Prison populace increased five times that of general population, according to prison chief
On May 19th a young prisoner by the name of Ali Shahsavari, held in a ward known as the “Correction Center” of Zabol Prison (southeast Iran), committed suicide protesting the Zabol public prosecutor refusing to provide him furlough at the end of his sentencing. Gholamreza Rezai, head of the prison security, ordered his hands and feet cuffed and transferred to the quarantine section. He was also ordered to be tortured in the office of the prison guards’ commander. A week earlier this prisoner had committed suicide after prison authorities refused to allow him to meet his family who had travelled from the city of Kerman to see him. He was saved by his friends.
Based on reliable reports from sources inside the Iranian regime, the mullahs' Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) has prohibited all presidential 'election' candidates from making any references to the 1988 massacre of political prisoners during the debates and campaigns in the run up to the sham election, based on the guideline stipulated by the regime’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei. The SNSC has emphasized that those executions have taken place based on Khomeini’s fatwa and making any reference to them will harm the Velayat-e-Faqih (supreme clerical rule) system and will arouse problematic issues for public opinion.