Suspicious Death of an Iranian Asylum Seeker in Australia

Call for urgent international action to solve the crisis of Iranian asylum seekers in Australia

On Monday, August 8, an Iranian asylum seeker named Hassan Shamshiripour was found dead at the Manus refugee camp. According to Australian media, residents of the camp say that they had seen many injuries on different parts of the body of this asylum seeker.

Executioner Replaces Another Executioner

Rouhani appoints another 1988 massacre executioner as justice minister

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has appointed Alireza Avaie, involved directly in the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran’s Khuzestan Province, to replace Mostafa Pourmohammadi as justice minister in the new cabinet. Pourmohammadi was one of the three members of the massacre 1988 massacre “Death Commission.”

Iran: Crackdown Increasing on Border Porters

International organizations must condemn repressive measures

On the night of July 31, Iran’s repressive forces opened fire on a group of porters around a village near the city of Sardasht, western Iran, leaving one porter by the name of Azad Mina-Abduli seriously wounded.

Iran: 101 Executions in July 2017 Include Two Women, Dozens of Youths and Two Public Executions

Mrs. Rajavi: Call for protests against brutal executions, prosecution of regime’s leaders for crimes against humanity

The clerical regime’s killing machine has turned up its speed after their sham presidential election, hitting an unprecedented record by hanging 101 prisoners in July 2017 alone.

Iran: Political Prisoner on Hunger Strike, Protesting Suspicious Measures

Call for urgent action to save their lives, launch fact-finding mission

The Iranian Resistance is issuing a warning regarding the lives of 53 political prisoners in Gohardasht Prison of Karaj, west of Tehran, who have been attacked and transferred to a different location.

These measures are taking place as the Iranian people mark the 29th anniversary of the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners.

Iran Regime's Security Force, Ruthlessly Murdered a Young Athlete

The groundswell of popular dissent against regime’s crackdown

The murder of Asghar Nahvipour, a young Iranian athlete, by regime’s security force in a metro station of Shahre Rey, south of Tehran, has raised a wave of rage across the country. This incident took place on Saturday, July 15th when Nahvipour protested and attacked a mullah seen harassing a number of young women under the bogus pretext of “improper hijab”. Eyewitness say he was fired at point blank range by the police while yelling, “We don’t want these mullahs. We don’t want this Islam. What kind of a country is this? What kind of Islam is this?”

Shocking Confessions of, Former Mullahs' Regime Minister of Intelligence Regarding the 1988 Massacre of political prisoners in Iran

• The Trial of the Opposition Makes No Sense, and the Verdict for (PMOI/MEK) and Opposition Groups Is Execution, According to Khomeini's Expl

 • The ruling of the massacre of imprisoned MEK members and sympathizers was previously issued by Khomeini in 1988

• Under the cover of correspondent and businessman, Intelligence agents are acting inside and outside Iran

"Regarding MEK and all the militant groups, the ruling is the death sentence ... Imam (Khomeini) has said this ... their verdict is death sentence ... Ali Fallahian, regime’s former intelligence minister, said in an interview with Aparat Internet TV and continued:

Iran news in brief 2018

Regime Change in Iran: Onward to a Free Iran - Auvers-sur-Oise - January 19, 2018

Interview with Senator Robert Torricelli - France - Paris, January 19, 2018

NCRI on Twitter

The NCRI's Foreign Affairs Committee Chair: Iranian People Want Regime Change


UN Special Rapporteur speaks on dismal human rights situation in Iran

1988 massacre in Iran

The untold story of the 1988 Massacre in Iran


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