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News: Iran human rights

Iran's Regime Is Murdering Prisoners

Iran's Regime Is Murdering Prisoners

By Mansoureh Galestan

The Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani tries to paint himself as a human rights defender but the actual evidence discredits this notion, according to political scientist Dr Majid Rafizadeh who has been writing about the suspicious deaths of political prisoners in Iran’s prisons.

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3 Journalists Denied Medical Treatment in Iranian Prison - Watchdog

3 Journalists Denied Medical Treatment in Iranian Prison - Watchdog

By Mahmoud Hakamian

At least three journalists and citizen journalists languishing in prison in Iran are being denied medical care and subjected to shocking sanitary conditions although extremely ill, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said in a statement on June 12.

RSF condemned the Iranian regime’s inhuman and degrading treatment of the imprisoned journalists.

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Iran Regime Sentences Kurdish Singer to Prison

Iran Regime Sentences Kurdish Singer to Prison

By Mansoureh Galestan

A so-called Islamic revolutionary court in Iran has sentenced a Kurdish singer from Urmia to two years in prison for “disseminating propaganda against the government.”

The singer, Peyman Mirzade, was arrested by the Iranian regime's security forces in February.

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Iran's Regime Continues to Execute Prisoners Even in Islamic Holy Month – Report

Iran's Regime Continues to Execute Prisoners Even in Islamic Holy Month – Report

By Mansoureh Galestan

The Iranian regime continued to hand down and carry out execution sentences during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, according to the latest monthly human rights report published by Iran Human Rights Monitor on Monday.

Islam advises against execution during the holy month of Ramadan but the Iranian authorities publicly hanged a prisoner in the fasting month, Iran HRM wrote in its monthly report for May 2019.

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Iran's Regime Sentences Journalist to Two Years in Jail

Iran's Regime Sentences Journalist to Two Years in Jail

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian regime's judiciary on Sunday sentenced a journalist to two years in jail for "spreading misinformation" and "insulting" the mullahs' supreme leader and authorities, his lawyer told state media.

Masoud Kazemi was also banned from "media activities" for two years, the lawyer Ali Mojtahedzadeh said, quoted by the official news agency IRNA.

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