Iran: Political prisoner suspiciously transferred to Zahedan Prison

Iran: Political prisoner suspiciously transferred to Zahedan Prison

19 January 2018

Iran Human Rights Monitor - Political prisoner Arzhang Davoudi was suspiciously transferred from Zabol Central Prison to Zahedan Prison, on January 17, 2018. The prisoner who lost a part of his eyesight and hearing due to years of imprisonment under torture. He had been exiled to the Central Prison of...

Iran cuts off man’s hand by guillotine for stealing livestock

Iran cuts off man’s hand by guillotine for stealing livestock

19 January 2018

Iran Human Rights Watch - Iranian authorities have amputated the hand of a convicted thief on January 17, 2018, in the Central Prison of Mashhad, northeastern Iran, according to the state-run Rokna news agency. According to reports, the agents cut off the 34-year-old victim’s hand using guillotine. The state media...

Iran: During uprising, 60 offices of Friday Imams attacked

Iran: During uprising, 60 offices of Friday Imams attacked

18 January 2018

The Iranian regime and its criminal authorities from different factions, who have seen the prospect of regime’s overthrow during the people’s uprising, express their severe fear and deep concern over the people’s anger and disgust of Khamenei and other ruling mullahs. According to state news agencies, the criminal mullah Ghiasoddin...

Iran: Another detained protester killed in Sanandaj Intelligence Agency

Iran: Another detained protester killed in Sanandaj Intelligence Agency

18 January 2018

Iran Human Rights Monitor - Another protester was killed under torture at the Sanandaj Intelligence Agency. The body of this young man was buried without a ceremony. He has been identified as Kianoush Zandi and his body was handed over to his family at the same time as (slain protester)...

Iranian Families ‘Deeply Worried’ About Jailed Protesters After String of ‘Suicides’

Iranian Families ‘Deeply Worried’ About Jailed Protesters After String of ‘Suicides’

17 January 2018

Breitbart, by John Hayward - Radio Farda reported on Tuesday that the families of four Iranian students imprisoned during the government crackdown on a popular uprising are “deeply worried about their loved ones,” as the government is holding them incommunicado and providing no information about their status. The detainees in...

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