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News: Iran human rights

The EU's Iran Policy Has Failed

The EU's Iran Policy Has Failed

 By Mansoureh Galestan

Two things have happened in the Iranian Regime recently to make anyone question the European Union’s failed appeasement policy towards the mullahs.

The first was the resignation scandal surrounding Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who resigned publically in protest at being excluded from a meeting with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad in Tehran and then withdrew his resignation on the orders of Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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Former Italian FM: Call for Investigation Into 1988 Iran Massacre of MEK

Call for Investigation Into 1988 Iran Massacre of MEK

 By Mansoureh Galestan

A former Italian Foreign Minister has called out the West for failing to recognise the blatant human rights abuses during the presidency of Hassan Rouhani, particularly towards member of Iranian Resistance group, the People’s Mujahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK), which is especially obvious in the recent appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as Head of the Iranian Judiciary.

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Iran Regime Blames MEK for Revealing Human Rights Abuses

Iran Blames MEK for Revealing Human Rights Abuses

 By Mansoureh Galestan

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran expressed concerns on Monday before the United Nations Human Rights Council over a rise in executions under the mullahs’ regime.

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Iran Regime's Appointment of Notorious Judge Sparks Condemnation

Ebrahim Raisi, a member of the Death Committee in the massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in 1988

By Staff Writer

The appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as the head of the Iranian judiciary last week was met with condemnation from human rights groups, foreign politicians, and the Iranian Resistance, who all pointed to Raisi’s role in the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners as one of the reasons that he should have been instantly disqualified from office.

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UN Conference Sheds Light on Iran Human Rights Abuses

UN Conference Sheds Light on Iran Human Rights Abuses

 By Mansoureh Galestan

A United Nations conference in Geneva on Thursday has shed much-needed light on human rights violations throughout 2018.

The conference, entitled “Human Rights Record in Iran in 2018”, featured prominent dignitaries and experts who spoke eloquently about the Regime’s violence towards the Iranian people, with a special focus on the 1988 massacre of over 30,000 political prisoners. Notably, no one has been punished for this crime against humanity and many of its orchestrators continue to hold power in Iran.

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