Arash Sadeghi, political prisoner incarcerated in Ward 8 of the Evin Prison, is in the 70th day of his hunger strike. His health is badly deteriorating and he is in critical conditions.
In the morning of Sunday, January 1, 2017, he went unconscious due to vomiting of large amount of blood and kept having frequent seizures. His body is dehydrated. His kidneys have suffered serious damage and he is jeopardized by adhesion and hemorrhage of the stomach.
Iranian regime prison authorities amputated the fingers of two jailed brothers by the names of Faramarz and Majid Bigham on charges of theft. These hideous measures were carried out in Urmia Central Prison in northwest Iran after they served time behind bars for four and a half years. Prison authorities also forced dozens of other inmates with similar charges to watch the shocking scene to send a message to all.
The Iranian Resistance warns of political prisoners currently facing death following long hunger strikes, and calls on all international human rights organizations, especially the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health; and the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention to take urgent and effective action to save their lives. The inhumane mullahs’ regime is depriving these prisoners of their most basic rights, recognized even under the regime’s own laws.
While the justice seeking movement for the massacre of 1988 has heightened inside and outside Iran and on the same day that the UN General Assembly condemned systematic and blatant violation of human rights in Iran, Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran regime, published a an absurd statement named "Charter of Citizens Rights". This text is only a repetition of the dismal Constitution and laws of the clerical regime, albeit with a clumsy arrangement.
Rajavi: Resolution makes UNSC referral of Iran’s crimes, prosecution of senior officials more essential
On December 19, 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted its 63rd resolution condemning human rights violations in Iran.
Iranian Resistance President-elect Maryam Rajavi said the 63rd resolution condemning human rights violations in Iran, shedding light only on a tip of the iceberg on the Iranian regime’s inhumane crimes, makes it more essential than ever the referral of this regime’s dossier of systematic and dire human rights violations to the United Nations Security Council, as well as the prosecution of its senior officials. This resolution clearly testifies the catastrophic results of the international community’s appeasement policy and inaction vis-à-vis this regime with a record of executing 120,000 political prisoners, including massacring 30,000 political prisoners in the span of a mere few months during the summer of 1988.
Mullahs' regime's obstructions in displacement of Eastern Aleppo people aimed at killing more people
Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) and its mercenary militia have literally occupied the city of Aleppo. Following the occupation of the city, they have started killing and mass execution of civilians and hospitals medical staff. They even shoot the ambulances carrying the wounded. A limited number of Assad's army personnel being present there are under the command of the IRGC and have minor roles.
The mullahs' anti-human regime on International Human Rights Day transferred 11 prisoners in Gohardasht prison to solitary confinement for execution and at dawn on Sunday December 11 hanged 10 of them.
At least 52 prisoners were executed in Iran in November. Among them, Shaban Ranjbar, after 20 years imprisonment in Rasht Central Prison and Gholam Hossein Beigi, after 18 years imprisonment in Khomein, were hanged on November 23 and 26 respectively.