Ahmad Shaheed, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran
Ahmad Shaheed, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran on Friday, August 14th called on Iran to immediately call-off the execution of political prisoner Mohammad Ali Taheri.
Taheri is serving his sentence of five years after he was condemned on August 1st on charges described by the Iranian regime as “corruption on Earth”. He was arrested back in May 2011 on charges of “insulting the sanctities” and condemned to five years in prison.
Continue reading UN rapporteur calls for an end to executions in Iran
Single mothers are also forced to do harsh labor
Shahindokht Molavardi, Hassan Rouhani’s vice president in women and family affairs said the number of single mothers is on the rise in Iran .
“Currently 12% of all families are run by single mothers, and 7% have no parents at all. Furthermore, 82% of single mothers are unemployed and 16% are less than 40 years of age,” she said.
The Obama administration is staying quiet as the Iranian regime has increased pressure on thousands of Iranian political dissidents taking refuge in Camp Liberty in Iraq, write U.S. Colonels. Continue reading Despite Iran Deal, US must uphold commitments to PMOI in Camp Liberty
Thousands of Iranians from across Iran and countries worldwide offered contributions to Simaye Azadi
Broad support for Resistance and Camp Liberty residents is indicative of Iranian people’s determination for regime change
Continue reading Thousands of Iranians support opposition telethon
The Iranian dissidents of the Ayatollahs in Tehran, residing in camp Liberty, are still suffering from an inhumane blockade imposed on them. Denying them free access to medical cares, obstructing the logistic substances and fuel entering the camp are among the most important difficulties that the residents are grappling with. This condition concerns Iraqi parliamentarians as well as the general public in Iraq and international community. The parliamentarians have called within several stands declared in public on the government of Iraq and the United Nations to lift the blockade on camp Liberty, improving their living condition. They evaluate any maltreatment with the residents as flagrant violation of the international rules.
Continue reading Iraqi legislators: The blockade on camp Liberty is a flagrant violation of the international rules
By Ali Sinaki
While Middle East region is rumpled in the sectarian balefire lead mostly by the Iran Mullahs’ regime, listing to June 6th 2015 speech of Honorable Pope Francis I, world’s Great Catholic leader, in Sarajevo, while he urged for enduring ethnic and religious peace, was quiet inspiring and the motivation for write this brief piece:
It is now more than 36 years that my homeland, Iran, is occupied and ruled by mullahs’ and their “Vali ’e’ Faqih” (supreme leader) with his claim of being the representative of God on the ground and pursue of his own objections in the name of religion.
Continue reading Iran: Suppression of religious minorities, souvenir of Khomeini’s caliphate
The United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has approved a bill on the issue of protection of thousands of members of the main Iranian opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) living in Camp Liberty, Iraq.
Continue reading IRAN Iraq: US Senate committee approves bill on Camp Liberty