In the past ten days, inmates launched riot in Iran’s different prisons to flee themselves amid the coronavirus outbreak in these dense and forgotten places. Local reports said that more than a hundred captives managed to escape across the country, as well as many of them, were killed or injured by prison guards.
Siamak Moghimi was arrested in November 2019 by the agents of IRGC Sarallah garrison.
In February 2019, Siamak Moghimi Momeni, was tried by Branch 24 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran
Responding to the announcement by the Iranian authorities that pardons will be granted to prisoners convicted of “security” offences who have a five-year prison sentence or less, and that those who have been granted leave in recent weeks will not be returned to prison, Philip Luther, Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Research and Advocacy Director, said
Abolfazl Karimi started a hunger strike on Monday morning, March 16, 2020, to protest his continued detention under undetermined status. Mr. Karimi was arrested during the protests in November 2019
On March 14, the state-run Mizan daily, which is affiliated with the Iranian regime’s judiciary, published an analysis conducted by the “Asra think-tank” over the Iranian society’s current situation after the coronavirus outbreak, titled “Coronavirus and confrontation at several fronts
Every day, as the outbreak of the coronavirus, grows, cities in Iran face a daily increase in the number of deaths from this disease
Iranian political prisoner Soheil Arabi has warned that the protesters arrested during the November 2019 uprising are having their lives threatened in the Greater Tehran Penitentiary, where Arabi is being held, by the coronavirus and drugs
The family of Abbas Asgari do not have any information on his fate since he was arrested on December 15, 2019 by the IRGC Intelligence
Saber Rezaii, a wounded protester arrested during the nationwide protests in November 2019, has been detained for more than three months in the Greater Tehran Penitentiary without completing his medical treatment
An investigation by Amnesty International has uncovered evidence that at least 23 children were killed by Iranian security forces in the nationwide protests in November last year
Iran’s failure to prevent violence against its own people by security forces, or to hold senior officials to account, will not dissuade protesters, said the president of the International American Council following the release of a new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW)