Who is Hamid Nouri and why is he on trial in a Swedish Court – Video

Imagine your family losing several members to execution by the government because of their political beliefs. In Iran, this is the situation that existed in 1988 and continues for many Iranians today. For decades, there has been no accountability for those who perpetrate these crimes, allowing them to continue their crimes without any consequences.

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Ending impunity for Iran’s 1988 prison massacre

In June 2021, in a presidential election that was neither free nor fair, and that most Iranians boycotted, Ebrahim Raisi became the eighth President of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI). Raisi is implicated in the killings of more than 5,000 political prisoners in Iran’s jails in the summer of 1988, including my brother Bijan Bazargan.

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Iranian official accused in 1988 massacres of political prisoners goes on trial in Stockholm

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) hails the start of the trial in Stockholm of Hamid Noury, an Iranian official who held a senior position at a prison near Tehran when hundreds of prisoners, including journalists, were executed there in 1988. RSF contributed to the Noury investigation and will attend the trial, which is due to open tomorrow (10 August).

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Senior Sunni Cleric in Iran says water is not the only reason for unrest

A senior Sunni cleric in Iran has criticized the government’s management of the country and implicitly defending protests in oil-rich Khuzestan province, has said the reason is not just lack of water.

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Silent crime against Iran’s nature and people

Every year, environmental activists and organizations mark July 28, reminding the imperative of preserving the principle of resource use and allocation and protecting the health of the natural world. They also highlight the importance of ensuring both renewable and non-renewable energy.

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