News: Iran human rights
The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution censuring the flagrant and systematic human rights violations in Iran.
Mrs. Rajavi urges the Security Council to act to stop increasing rights abuses and continuous crimes against humanity by mullahs’ regime
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), welcomed the United Nations General Assembly’s adoption of a resolution censuring the flagrant and systematic human rights violations in Iran.
Fatemeh R. was hanged in the Gohardasht Prison of Karaj. The state-run media reported that the 21-year-old woman was executed last week which would be around December 9, 2019.
20 workers lost their lives in one week due to unsafe working conditions
Four workers lost their lives due to lack of the most basic safety provisions and equipment, according to the state-run media on Thursday, October 17, 2019. The incidents happened in Rasht (northern Iran), Tubas (northeast), and Chadegan (central Iran).
Assadi is suffering from various illnesses, including severe pain in his spine and digestive problems which have intensified as a result of prison authorities’ continued hindering of his medical process.
Two Prisoners on Hunger Strike in Protest Against Medieval Rulings of Mullahs’ Judiciary in Orumiyeh
Messrs Ebrahim Sadeqi Hamedani, 60 years old, and his 22-year-old son, Salar Sadeqi Hamedani, went on hunger strike in protest to inhuman treatment and medieval sentences of the mullahs’ regime against them since September 25, 2019. In its statement of April 23, 2019, the Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) had reported their arrest.
In a shocking admission on September 11, 2019, Ali Khoda’i, a member of the regime’s Supreme Council on Labor told Tasnim news agency, affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards’ terrorist Qods Force, “3.5 million workers work in underground workshops. Their statistics are not recorded anywhere. These workshops are unofficial and unmarked. Tailors on Jomhouri Street have no worker identification cards… Workers in unregistered workshops are among the forgotten. There are plenty of temporary contracts in these workshops… Workers who deal with many labor contractors associated with the government, public and non-governmental entities are among those who sign temporary contracts with the contractors. If they protest, they will be immediately fired.” He also said that the minimum wage for workers “provides only for 35 percent of their expenses.”