Amnesty International- A group of UN human rights experts have written to the Iranian government warning that past and ongoing violations related to prison massacres in 1988 may amount to crimes against humanity and that they will call for an international investigation if these violations persist, a push for accountability welcomed by Amnesty international on the eve of International Human Rights Day. Iran 1988 Prison Massacre
ICBPS- In a phone call to his wife yesterday, Ahmadreza Djalali (Jalali), an Iranian-Swedish professor on death row in Evin Prison, told her that he had been transferred to solitary confinement and will soon be transferred to Rajai Shahr Prison where his death sentence is to be carried out.
Iran’s deeply flawed criminal justice system, which systematically relies on fabricated evidence including ‘confessions’ obtained under torture and other ill-treatment to secure criminal convictions.
ICBPS– Iranian citizens took to the streets again to spend all the evening protesting as […]
ICBPS– “Islamic Republic of Iran, as a human rights abuser regime, has been working closely […]