Friday, October 28, 2022

Iran Human Rights Report: Oct. 28, 2022

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO); October 28, 2022: At least 253 people, including 34 children and 19 women, have been killed in the ongoing nationwide protests. Repeating its call for urgent international action, Iran Human Rights reiterates that the longer the necessary United Nations-led steps take, the more lives are endangered. Iran Human Rights Director, Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam said: “There are no excuses for the delay in taking practical steps by the UN and the international community when the Islamic Republic is shooting at defenceless people. There’s a serious risk of mass killings of protesters which the UN is obligated to prevent.” 

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Amnesty International - Iran Report: October 27, 2022

Thousands of people were interrogated, unfairly prosecuted and/or arbitrarily detained solely for peacefully exercising their human rights, and hundreds remained unjustly imprisoned. Security forces unlawfully used lethal force and birdshot to crush protests. Women, LGBTI people and ethnic and religious minorities faced entrenched discrimination and violence. Legislative developments further undermined sexual and reproductive rights, the right to freedom of religion and belief, and access to the internet. Torture and other ill-treatment, including denying prisoners adequate medical care, remained widespread and systematic. Authorities failed to ensure timely and equitable access to Covid-19 vaccines. Judicial punishments of floggings, amputations and blinding were imposed. The death penalty was used widely, including as a weapon of repression. Executions were carried out after unfair trials. Systemic impunity prevailed for past and ongoing crimes against humanity related to prison massacres in 1988 and other crimes under international law.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Iran Human Rights Report: October 25, 2022

At least 234 people, including 29 children have been killed in the ongoing nationwide protests. Iran Human Rights has also received many reports of authorities attempting to cover up the killing of protesters. Returning bodies is made contingent on families promising to stay silent or confirming the false causes of death cited by the Forensic Medical Organisation on the death certificates. In some cases, the slain were buried without families being notified and far from their residence. Family members have been subjected to arrests and physical and mental ill-treatment to coerce them into agreeing with false narratives other than murder by security forces. The scenarios have included “falling from a height, car accident or poisoning by drugs, alcohol or food.” 

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Amnesty International, USA, 10-24-2022

José Daniel Ferrer García, leader of the unofficial political opposition group “Patriotic Union of Cuba,” who was arrested on July 11, 2021, in the context of island-wide protests and has been imprisoned ever since is once again being held with limited access to the outside world. 

According to his family, he intends to initiate a hunger strike as an extreme measure in demand of his rights. He is a prisoner of conscience who must be released immediately and unconditionally. 



Monday, October 24, 2022

Amnesty International - UK: End the Bloodshed in Iran


In Solidarity with women's struggle for freedom

The tragic killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini by Iran’s “morality” police has re-sparked nationwide protests. In violent crackdowns, authorities have tried to crush calls for respect of human rights. At least 144 civilians, including 23 children, have been killed with impunity since 19 September 2022.

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Iran Human Rights: October 20, 2022

A month after the start of nationwide protests in Iran, at least 215 people including 27 children have been killed by security forces and mass arrests made on and off the streets. Calling for the immediate release of all protesters and recognition of the Iranian people’s right to peaceful protest, Iran Human Rights warns about the dire situation of the detainees. Iran Human Rights Director, Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam said: “Detainees who are often forcibly disappeared, are at serious risk of torture and death. Urgent action by the international community is crucial at this point.” Reports received by Iran Human Rights confirm that detainees are being subjected to verbal insults and torture and other ill-treatment. Some have been forced to make self-incriminating televised confession under duress and torture. Furthermore, some protesters have been taken to unofficial buildings without any regulations or monitoring. The official detention centres and prisons are filled above capacity without sanitary facilities. Children under 18 years are amongst the detainees.

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Sunday, October 16, 2022

Evin Prison: Iran Human Rights Calls for Urgent UN Mechanism to Prevent Further Atrocities


Oct. 16, 2022

Videos from Evin Prison last night showed the notorious prison burning, along with sounds of gunshots and explosions. Simultaneously, special forces were deployed to the prison without any explanation. From the early hours of this morning, official Islamic Republic media started publishing their own account of events with death and injury numbers. According to the Judiciary’s Mizan news agency, four prisoners were killed and 61 injured last night. Ten prisoners were taken to medical facilities and four are reported to be in critical condition.

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Friday, October 14, 2022

Amnesty International Organization: October 13, 2022

Amnesty International Iran Team
At least 23 children killed with impunity during brutal crackdown on youthful protests. Iranian security forces’ unlawful killings of at least 23 children shed further light on the authorities’ deadly resolve to crush the widespread, ongoing protests, which were sparked by the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa (Zhina) Amini on 16 September and grew into what many in Iran say is a broader uprising against the Islamic Republic establishment, Amnesty International said today.
In a detailed statement, the organization lists the names and circumstances surrounding the killing of 23 children as a result of unlawful force during protests from 20 September to 30 September 2022. The victims included 20 boys aged between 11 and 17; and three girls, two of whom were 16 years old and one 17 years old. Most of the boys were killed by security forces unlawfully firing live ammunition at them. Two boys died after being shot with metal pellets at close range, while three girls and a boy died after fatal beatings by security forces.


Iran Human Rights: Oct. 13, 2022


According to Iran Human Rights, at least 201 people including 23 children, have been killed since the nationwide protests began a month ago. Additionally, many school children have been arrested with the Education Minister stating that the detainees were sent to “psychiatric centres” to be “corrected” and will be returned to school once they have been “corrected.” Recalling the inherent human right to protest, especially children and adolescents, Iran Human Rights calls on UN mechanisms for the right of children and all Member States to pressure the Islamic Republic to immediately release all the detained children and start international proceedings against the perpetrators of their murder.

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Saturday, October 8, 2022

Iran Protests Continues: October 8, 2022

Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO): At least 185 people, including at least 19 children, have been killed in the nationwide protests across Iran. The highest number of killings occurred in Sistan and Baluchistan province with half the recorded number. Iran Human Rights condemns the killing of protesters in the strongest possible terms once again, particularly the killings in Zahedan which it considers to amount to crimes against humanity. Speaking at a Human Rights Council side event on October 5, IHRNGO Director, Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam called for those responsible for the atrocities including the Islamic Republic leaders and the forces under theircommand, to be held accountable and prosecuted through establishment of an independent international mechanism under the supervision of the United Nations. 

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Iran Protests Continues: October 4, 2022

At least 154 people, including children, have been killed in the nationwide protests across Iran. The most killings have been reported in Sistan and Baluchistan, Mazandaran, Gilan and West Azerbaijan. The number of confirmed deaths in Zahedan's bloody friday has also risen to at least 63.Iran Human Rights condemns the killing of protesters in the strongest possible terms, particularly the killings in Zahedan, which it considers to amount to crimes against humanity. IHRNGO Director, Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam said: “The killing of protesters in Iran, especially in Zahedan, amounts to crimes against humanity. The international community has a duty to investigate this crime and prevent further crimes from being committed by the Islamic Republic.”

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Sunday, October 2, 2022

Iran Protests Continues: October 2, 2022


October 2, 2022

According to information obtained by Iran Human Rights, at least 83 people have been killed in the nationwide protests sparked by the police murder of Mahsa Amini last week. Deaths have been recorded in 16 provinces: Mazandaran: 26 people; Gilan: 11 people; Western Azerbaijan: 11 people; Kermanshah: 6 people; Kurdistan: 6 people; Alborz: 5 people; Tehran: 4 people; Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad: 2 people; Isfahan: 2 person; Khorasan-Razavi: 2 person; Zanjan: 2 people; Qazvin: 2 people; Semnan: 1 person; Qazvin: 1 person; Ilam: 1 person; East Azerbaijan: 1 person. Using live ammunition on protesters is an international crime and the international community has a duty to prevent and stop these crimes.

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