A US envy and one of the most high-profile member of president Donald Trump’s administration blasted the Supreme Leader of Iran on Sunday for his regime’s elimination of homosexuals.
At least 12 Iranian Christian coverts have been arrested by the intelligence agents of the Revolutionary Guards Corps in coordinated arrests across across three cities.
A male prisoner, convicted of “premeditated murder” was secretly executed in Khorramabad Central Prison on April 18, 2020.
The managing director of Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery in Iran’s capital Tehran in an interview with the state television said: “The number of Tehran’s deaths will increase. Tehran’s situation is even not comparable with 70 days ago.”
A Baloch man sentenced to “retribution” for premeditated murder has been executed in Iranshahr Prison.
In recent weeks, at least 71 individuals across the country have been arrested, summoned to court, tried, sentenced to jail or imprisoned – solely for their beliefs.
A child bride in Iran has died from suicide after suffering from “postpartum depression” following her second pregnancy. The girl from Mashhad, identified by her mother as “Banafsheh”, was married off at just 11-years-old and died at age 18.
Iran Human Rights Monitor released its report into the situation of human rights in Iran in June 2020 this week, specifically highlighting a crackdown on political prisoners and an attempt to crush any sort of protests with force.
Imprisoned human rights activist, Atena Daemi, has been sentenced to a further two years in prison and 74 lashes for a fabricated new legal case against her.
Since the latest uprising in Iran, the signs of change and the regime’s overthrow are appearing.
France and Reporters Without Borders (RSF), as well as Iran’s Peace Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi, have condemned the death sentence of Ruhollah Zam, a dissident journalist and activist, accused of allegedly fueling protests in 2017 in Iran.