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Three Prisoners Were Hanged in South-Eastern Iran

Iran Human Rights: Three prisoners were hanged in Kerman prison, reported today the official site of the Iranian judiciary in the province of Kerman.

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Arrested girl by moral-police in Iran, saved by people

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Read more: Arrested girl by moral-police in Iran, saved by people- People of south Tehran attack the moral police and liberates one arrested girl from the Regime forces! (Pic from Archive) Our correspondent in Tehran: yesterday in southeastern Tehran’s streets, at a cola intersection, a young girl was arrested in front of the subway station where she were being detained,

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Reza Shahabi’s Sentence Upheld by the Appeals Court

Read more: Reza Shahabi’s Sentence Upheld by the Appeals CourtThe following statement was issued by Tehran and Suburbs Vahed Bus Workers Syndicate following upholding the sentence for Reza Shahabi’s by the Appeals Court. Reza Shahabi, treasurer secretary of Vahed Bus Workers Syndicate has been in prison since June 12, 2010.

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European Parliament condemns Iran’s violation of minorities’ rights

Read more: European Parliament condemns Iran’s violation of minorities’ rightsThe European Parliament has condemned Iran’s “current disrespect of minority rights” and urged the authorities in Tehran to allow minorities “to exercise all rights granted by the Iranian Constitution and international law.Following a recent report by Amnesty International condemning the pending execution of five members of Iran’s Ahwazi Arab minority, the EU parliament called on Iran to eliminate “all forms of discrimination based on religious or ethnic grounds or against persons belonging to minorities, such as Arabs, Bahaí’is, Azeri, Baluchi, Kurds and Turkmen.”

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Daughter: Iran dissident gets 13 years in prison

Read more: Daughter: Iran dissident gets 13 years in prisonBoston-A prominent Iranian human rights lawyer has been sentenced to 13 years in prison by a Tehran revolutionary court, his daughter said Tuesday.Maede Soltani, who lives in Germany, said her family was officially notified Monday of last week’s ruling, which came during the appeals process.Her father, Abdolfattah Soltani, co-founded a human rights group with Iranian Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi. He was arrested last year.A court in March initially sentenced the 58-year-old to 18 years in prison on various charges, including co-founding the Center for Human Rights Defenders, spreading anti-government propaganda and endangering national security.

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Iran Arab prisoners at risk of execution, Amnesty warns

Read more: Iran Arab prisoners at risk of execution, Amnesty warnsAmnesty International has warned against the imminent execution of five members of Iran‘s Ahwazi Arab minority convicted of “enmity against God”.Abd al-Rahman Heidari, Taha Heidari, Jamshid Heidari along with Mansour Heidari and Amir Muawi were sentenced to death in April 2011 on charge of killing a law enforcement official. Three of the men are brothers.Amnesty says the men, who come from Iran’s southern province of Khuzestan, were all tried “unfairly” and moved to an unknown location at the weekend, prompting fears that they may face imminent execution.

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Iran: Is the State Afraid of a 13-Year Old Girl?

Read more: Iran: Is the State Afraid of a 13-Year Old Girl?Banning people from traveling abroad has been an old practice used by the Iranian state to raise pressure on political and civil society activists for years. However, a security court created a stir recently by banning foreign travel for jailed human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh’s husband and their 13-year-old daughter, Mehraveh Khandan. Nasrin Stoudeh has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.

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Two prisoners were hanged in western Iran

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Read more: Two prisoners were hanged in western IranIran Human Rights: Two prisoners were hanged in the prison of Yasooj (western Iran) reported the local mediaQuoting the judiciary in the Boyer-Ahmad province, the Iranian state broadcasting reported that two prisoners were hanged in the prison of Yasooj convicted of 2380 grams of heroin and 1957 grams of crack respectively. None of the prisoners were identified by name.

Five Iranian journalists ‘unprotected’ and ‘at risk’ in Turkey

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Read more: Five Iranian journalists ‘unprotected’ and ‘at risk’ in TurkeyIranian journalist Ehsanollah Mehrabi shown behind a partition in Tehran’s Evin prison in 2011Five Iranian journalists who have fled their country after being persecuted for their work remain unprotected and at risk in Turkey, activists have warned.Ehsanollah Mehrabi, Behrooz Samad Beigi, Hadi Nili, Hamid Ma’afi and Mehdi Tajik Ghashghaei were all journalists working for Iranian reformist or opposition media organisations but had to leave Iran after being subjected to state persecution in the unrest in the aftermath of Iran’s disputed presidential election in 2009.

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Five political prisoners in Ahwaz including three brothers are in death row

Read more: Five political prisoners in Ahwaz including three brothers are in death rowClerical regime of Iran inhumanely intends to hang five political prisoners in Ahwaz. They include three brothers, Abdul-Rahman, Taha and Jamshid Heidari, as well as their cousin Mansour Heidari and another prisoner Amir Osameh.They were transferred from general ward to solitaryconfinement of Karoon prison in Ahwaz on Saturday June9.Death sentence for these prisoners, who were arrested in the protests in Ahwaz in April 2011, was confirmed by The mullahs’ Supreme Court in March 2012.

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6 Prisoners Transferred to Intelligence Ward

Read more: 6 Prisoners Transferred to Intelligence Ward On the third anniversary of the disputed 2009 Iranian presidential election, six political prisoners have been transferred to the Intelligence Ministry’s Ward 209 at Evin Prison. Sources told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that they are concerned about the way the intelligence forces may treat these prisoners.Yesterday, at least 50 prisoners of conscience in Evin Prison refused to appear at the visitation hall in protest to the treatment of prisoners at the prison. Subsequently, Javad Alikhani, Bahman Ahmadi Amouee, Saeed Matinpour, Arash Saghar, Farshad Ghorbanpour and Saeed Jalalifar were all transferred to Ward 209. Since they are all their finalized prison terms, this transfer is considered illegal.

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