The United Nations General Assembly adopted its 64th resolution on Tuesday, December 19, against violations of human right in Iran.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the resolution and said, “In the case of a regime which has totally ignored dozens of UN resolutions against the unabated violations of human rights in Iran and its highest officials publicly boast of massacring political prisoners, the international community must adopt binding measures to stop the regime’s crimes. All diplomatic and commercial relations with the mullahs’ theocratic regime directly serve the interests of Khamenei’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and must be conditioned on an end to torture and executions in Iran and a halt to the regime’s destructive meddling in the region. In the absence of a firm policy, flagrant violations of human rights in Iran and export of terrorism, fundamentalism and belligerence to the region and the world will continue.”
11 executions in four days
Last week coinciding with International Human Rights day, the cycle of lashings, torture and executions continued in Iran under the religious fascism, taking more victims.
From December 11 to 14, Iran witnessed 11 executions in the cities of Sari, Kermanshah, Ardebil, Isfahan, Khuy and Shiraz. These included three public hangings. In this period at least 14 inmates of Karaj prison, west of Tehran, were sentenced to death.
The inhumane mullahs’ regime has launched new forged dossiers and issued heavy sentences against three political prisoners, in measures aimed at increasing pressure on these individuals.
The sentence issued for political prisoner Mohammad Amir Khizi has been escalated to 11 years behind bars and two years forced residency in the town of Neek Shahr (in the remote Sistan & Baluchistan province of southeast Iran).
Authorities in Gohardasht Prison of Karaj, west of the Iranian capital, Tehran, are refusing to respond to the demands raised by prisoners in hall 10, ward 4 of this facility. These prisoners were transferred to this section on July 30 following a vicious and sudden raid, and continue to be without any telephone connection and necessary medical attention. The conditions of Mohammad Banazadeh, 71, suffering from heart and intestinal illnesses, and Majeed Assadi, suffering from chronic stomach illness, is reported as extremely dire.
Parliamentary visits to Tehran encourage mullahs to continue executions
Iranian regime executed 18 prisoners from the 22nd to the 29th of November. Ten of these hangings were carried out in Gohardasht Prison of Karaj, west of Tehran, including the mass execution of nine prisoners on Wednesday, November 29th. Six prisoners were executed in Tabriz Central Prison on November 22nd and 26th. Two prisoners were hanged in the prisons of Babol (northern Iran) and Qaen (eastern Iran) on November 28th.
In yet another inhumane measure, Iranian regime is imposing a travel ban on Dr. Mohammad Malaki, the 84-year old former Tehran University dean who’s in need of medical care. As a result, Malaki’s life is in grave danger as he struggles with numerous difficult illnesses.
Malaki, who has spent years in Iran’s medieval prisons, must be transferred to Europe for medical attention, according to physicians. Yet Iran’s rulers have imposed this travel ban and seek to make him suffer due to his firm stance against the mullahs’ regime and refusing to succumb to their demands.
Maryam Rajavi calls on the UN to launch committee to investigate the 1988 massacre in Iran
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the 64th UN resolution condemning the violations of human rights in Iran adopted only a few hours ago by the UN Third Committee. She pointed out, “The time has come for the international community and especially the UN Security Council to undertake effective and practical measures against the religious fascism ruling Iran for its flagrant and systematic violations of human rights in Iran, particularly the brutal executions that are carried out arbitrarily and en masse.”