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News: Iran human rights

2018 Annual Report 0f the Iran Human Rights Monitor

2018 Annual Report 0f the Iran Human Rights Monitor

By Staff Writer

The 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights will be celebrated on Human Rights Day this year. This document proclaimed the inalienable rights which everyone is entitled to as a human being. In contrast, the Iran Human Rights Monitor has published its annual report for 2018.

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Iran Regime Murders Another Baluchi Fuel Seller in Cold Blood

Iran Regime Murders Another Baluchi Fuel Seller in Cold Blood

By Mahmoud Hakamian

The Iranian Regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) murdered a hardworking father in cold blood on Tuesday.

The as-yet-unnamed gasoline seller from southeast Iran was a member of the constantly oppressed Baluchi minority, which only sheds further light on the brutality of the mullahs towards their people, especially the Baluchis.

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Canada “Deeply Concerned” Over Fate of Environmental Researcher in Iran

Canada “Deeply Concerned” over Fate on Environmental Researcher in Iran

By Staff Writer

The Canadian government says that it is “deeply concerned” about the continued detention of environmental researcher Niloufar Bayani, who is facing the death penalty in Iran on vague security charges.

On Friday, Global Affairs Canada spokesperson Richard Walker said the Canadian government “is deeply concerned” about Bayani’s detention and remains “committed to holding Iran to account for its violations of human and democratic rights”.

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Support Iranian Christians by Supporting Iranian Resistance

Support Iranian Christians by Supporting Iranian Resistance

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Two Christian converts from Islam planned to meet in a northern Iranian city earlier this month but were detained on the same day in what human rights activists are calling “a rash of arrests” in the area.

Behnam Ersali and Davood Rasooli, both residents of Karaj, were arrested on Friday, November 16, just hours before they were due to meet in Mashhad, according to advocacy organization Middle East Concern (MEC). It is believed that their phones were bugged and that Iranian intelligence agents intercepted calls between the pair.

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Iran Regime Ignores UN Criticism

Iran Regime Ignores UN Criticism

By Staff Writer

The Iranian Regime has ignored the United Nations most recent criticism of its human rights abuses and has continued with its arbitrary detention and public execution of prisoners of conscience as anti-regime protests across the country grow in size and scale.

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Iran Lobby Silent on Rising Executions

Iran Lobby Silent on Rising Executions

By Staff Writer

Iran is the world leader in terms of execution per capita and execution of juveniles, but especially frequent are the public hangings of political, ethnic and religious prisoners from a construction crane.

Recently, they have increased their execution rates in response to widespread domestic protests, international pressure and returning US sanctions, which all mean that the mullahs are losing control and facing an economic crisis, brought on by decades of mismanagement and corruption, which has seen the currency dropped 70% against the dollar and led to inflation.

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