Statement by 265 Members of European Parliament Condemning Human Rights Violations in Iran

Statement by 265 members of European parliament, including 4 vice-presidents and 23 chairs of various commissions and delegations, condemns human rights violations in Iran on the eve of the Iranian Resistance grand gathering in Paris and calls for formation of a commission of inquiry to investigate the massacre of political prisoners in Iran and bring the perpetrators of the crimes against humanity to the International Court of Justice.

Torturing children with autism at the rehabilitation center: Iran regime’s Officials are not accountable

NCRI - Children with autism are harmed and annoyed at its center in Mashhad, a news outbreak that hurt public opinion.

After disclosure of the torture of children patients suffering autism in Northeastern city of Mashhad, the deputy director of the rehabilitation department of the Iranian welfare organization, blamed the ministry of health, while the adviser to the health minister also stated: the center had only the principled consent for operation, which did not mean a license for the institute.

Iran: A Political Prisoner Died Due to Lack of Medical Treatment

NCRI - A prisoner died in Sanandaj Prison due to lack of medical treatment On Monday, June 19, however, the forensics had earlier confirmed his inability to imprisonment.

According to the reports, the political prisoner, Fardin Faramarzi has visited the health center two times following a severe pain in the heart area and he has returned to the ward without being examined.

Iran: Death and Torture of the Political Prisoners

NCRI - A 37 years old prisoner died due to lack of medical attention and transport to the hospital in central prison of Sotheastern city of Zahedan on Saturday, June 17 around 13:00hour. 

According to obtained reports, Naqib Altaz Qanbarzehi had been arrested at age of 17, and was in jail for 20 years. He was suffering from a heart condition. After 20 years of imprisonment in Evin prison, he was transferred to Zahedan central prison, about a week ago. He and eight others were arrested on charges of drug possession. Those eight people were executed. He was on death row for 20 years, until, Saturday that he passed away in Zahedan central prison, due to the lack of medical treatment.

Statement to UN Calls for Justice for 1988 Massacre Victims and for Iran Regime to Be Punished

NCRI - The Human Rights Council of the United Nations received a written statement from the Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty, the Women's Human Rights International Association and the France Libertes : Fondation Danielle Mitterrand, the International Educational Development, Inc. and the Mouvement contre le racisme et pour l'amitié entre les peuples regarding the 1988 mass execution of political prisoners carried out by Iranian authorities.

Violent Attack of Regime's Police Forces on Protesting Gold Miners in the North West of Iran + Video

NCRI - According to the published reports, regime's  brutal police forces have attacked and beaten up the protesting laid off workers and their families of Aqdareh gold mine in Western Azerbaijan province on June 15, 2017. 

This mine is located in Takht-e-Soleiman region of Takab city in West Azerbaijan. Workers stated that their protest was peaceful, but they were attacked  by police forces.

U.N. Human Rights Sessions, Accountability of Perpetrators of 1988 Massacre of 30,000 Political Prisoners in Iran

NCRI - During the thirty-fifth session of the Human Rights Council at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, which is already underway, the association of international women representative for human rights, speaking at the meeting, counting increasing cases of executions and human rights violations in Iran, called for a comprehensive investigation of the UN’s scrutiny of the perpetrators of the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988.

Iran: The Political Prisoner Goes on an Unlimited Hunger Strike

NCRI - The political prisoner, Khaled Hardani has gone on hunger strike to protest against the inhuman pressures exerted in the prison. In a letter, he writes, "I have suffered from oppressions in the past 17 years. I was banned from the visitations and calling my family. They prohibited my sick leave and forbade me to visit my mother's grave or attend my daughter's wedding. The oppression and severe constraints still exist."

The Two Directors Failed to Attend the International Labor Summit Due to Travel Ban by Iran Regime

NCRI - Following the invitation of the French trade union for the Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company, The two directors named Reza Shahabi and Davoud Razavi could not attend the 106th Summit of the International Labor Organization (ILO) due to the travel ban. By the time two labor activists were off to Geneva on Saturday, June 12, the airport agents banned their travel.


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