Political prisoner Soheil Arabi was again confronted with a false case by the mullahs. After a period of ignorance about the fate of Soheil Arabi, the news indicates that he was informed through a video conference in the court of Shahr-e Rey. A new case was filed against him.
It was recently revealed that the Iranian regime was planning to assassinate the US ambassador to South Africa. Tehran denied any such plans, but a brief look at the Islamic regime’s history shows that Iran not only has the will, but also the means to conduct assassinations on foreign soil.
Iranian authorities once again filed a new accusation against political prisoner Soheil Arabi. Following a period of ignoring this political prisoner’s fate, on December 23, he was informed of the new charges through a video conference at Shahr-e Rey court.
The 6-year-old daughter of one of Iran’s most high-profile political prisoners has written a card to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asking him to bring home her mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in time for Christmas.
In an open letter to the head of the judiciary, political prisoner Arsalan Khodkam says his convictions are trumped-up charges and asked for his case to be re-examined
Rouhangiz Soltaninejad — whose husband, Hamid Hajizadeh, and nine-year-old son, Karoun Hajizadeh, were both killed in the Political Chain Murders — has broken her silence after 22 years.
According to the Iranian Resistance, the Iranian regime has sentenced political activist Hamed Ghare-Oghlani to death in addition to 13 years and three months in prison. The 2nd Branch of the Revolutionary Court in Urmia, northwestern Iran, accused Ghare-Oghlani of ‘Moharebeh’ [waging war against God], assault on oppressive centers, spreading ‘rumors’ against the state, insulting the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and blasphemy.
A political prisoner in Urmia Prison, northwestern Iran was sentenced to death by the 2nd Branch of the Revolutionary Court. According to the Human Rights News Agency, Hamed Ghare-Oghlani was detained on June 27 by Urmia Intelligence agents and transferred to Urmia prison on July 16 after interrogation.
Iranian political prisoners are being “systematically starved” by the guards in order to break their will, force fake confessions, and get public statements of repentance, according to the coordinator of the Campaign for Iran Change Struan Stevenson.
The condition of political prisoners at Sheiban Prison in Iran is worrying, with increased numbers of them contracting coronavirus, having little access to even poor quality food and the number of inmates increasing despite the pandemic.
Reports from Iran’s Sheyban Prison indicate that the condition of political prisoners is alarming. This is while that the number of inmates contracting Covid-19 in the prison has jumped up in recent months due to the increase in the number of prisoners in this facility.