NCRI Statements on Human Rights in Iran
Chairwoman of the NCRI Education Committee expresses her deep condolences on the horrible death of at least four six-year-old Baloch girls and wishes patience for their families and urgent healing for the wounded.
On Tuesday, December 18, 59 children were burned due to a fire at a primary school in the city of Zahedan, killing four of them.
Maryam Rajavi: Referring the regime's crimes, especially the 1988 massacre, to the UN Security Council, is the Iranian people’s right and a prerequisite for peace
Immunity of criminals who are holding some of the highest government positions, the regime has been assured that its crimes in other parts of the world will also go unanswered.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the adoption of the 65th UN resolution condemning the systematic and grave violations of human rights in Iran.
Khamenei, the Revolutionary Guards and repressive organs are responsible for distributing drugs inside the country and exporting it abroad
On December 6, the brutal regime of Velayat-e-Faqih (Supreme Leader) in another inhuman crime executed 12 prisoners in Kerman Prison on the pretext of drug trafficking. This is while the source of drug trafficking is in the hands of Khamenei, the Revolutionary Guards and other repressive organs. They obtain billions of dollars for the cost of warfare and export of terrorism in this way.
Iran: Killing Young Deprived Baluchi People by Direct Firing of the Repressive Forces of the Mullahs Regime
On Saturday, November 24, two impoverished Baluchi young people on Irandegan-Khash road (Sistan and Baluchestan province) who were carrying fuel with their own vehicle were burnt alive by direct firing of repressive forces and inflaming the car. On the same day, the regime’s murderers targeted two young men who were carrying few bags of tobacco with their car and severely injured them. Several other vehicles of Baluch compatriots were also hit.
On Wednesday morning of November 21, the inhumane clerical regime, in a brutal act, hanged three prisoners collectively in public in Shiraz on the mullah-made charge of moharebeh (fighting with God).
While in spite of arbitrary arrests and all kinds of suppressive measures, protests by the various strata of the population, including the strikes and demonstrations of brave workers of Ahvaz Steel and Haft Tappeh Sugacane, have been spreading, the clerical regime has resorted to public executions in order to step up the atmosphere of terror and to prevent an outbreak of people's anger.
The insidious and broken regime of Velayat-e Faqih hanged 10 prisoners in Gohardasht Prison in Karaj, in a heinous crime on the morning of Wednesday, November 14.
The clerical regime, unable to cope with its irremediable crises and in order to create intimidation and terror, and to confront the growing protests of the people, has found increased repression and executions as its only path.