NCRI Statements on Human Rights in Iran
Maryam Rajavi: The Need for an International Delegation to Visit Iran's Prisons and Political Prisoners
Political prisoner Ali Reza Shir Mohammad Ali, 21, was killed by knife blows at the Fashafouyeh Prison (Central Prison of Grand Tehran) last night (Monday, June 10) in a premeditated criminal plot by the mullahs’ regime.
Call for the condemnation of assassination of a Sunni cleric and immediate action to release the arrested
On Monday, May 27, 2019, a large number of people in Zahedan demonstrated in front of the regime’s governorate in Zahedan in protest against the killing of a young Zahedani called Moussa Shah Bakhsh, by the repressive forces of the clerical regime.
The leaders of the mullahs regime are a bunch of revolutionary guards, torturers and thieves
Yesterday, head henchman Abdolreza Masri, a member of the Death Committee in Kermanshah province during the massacre of political prisoners in 1988, became deputy speaker of the parliament of religious fascism ruling Iran.
Call for urgent international action to save the lives of political prisoners
On Sunday, May 19, 2019, a court in Tehran headed by notorious henchman Mohammad Moghiseh, sentenced a political prisoner, Abdullah Ghasempour, on mullahs-made charges of "aggression", "assembly and collusion against the regime," and "membership, propaganda and cooperation with the People’s Mojahedin Organization (PMOI/MEK)" to death.
International call to visit religious fascism prisons and to meet political prisoners
The mullah’ regime, incapable of confronting the frustrated youths, resistance units and popular resistance councils, fearful of the explosive state of the society, worried about the consequences of blacklisting Khamenei's IRGC and new sanctions, once again has intensified repression and arrests.
Ebrahim Raissi, criminal Chief Justice of the mullahs’ regime, dismissed Tehran’s prosecutor Jaffari Dolatabadi, included in the US Treasury and EU sanctions’ list, on Monday April 29, replacing him with another henchman named Ali Alghassi-Mehr, formerly chief justice of Fars province since September 2014, and Shiraz’ prosecutor before that for three years.