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HRA-NEWS    |    June 3, 2019 Political prisoner Atena Daemi sent an open letter from prison which was published in social media on May 26, 2019. In parts of her letter entitled, “Suppression, repression and corruption signal demise of a tyrannical

Tasnim News | May 27th, 2019 The arrested people (not pictured) were said by a law official to be wearing inappropriate outfits. Thirty people taking part in a yoga session have been arrested during a private class in Iran, reports

Telegraph    |    By Eleanor Steafel    |    May 15, 2019 An Iranian woman working for the British Council is thought to have been jailed in the same prison as Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian mother sentenced to five years in prison for spying in

The US Department of States    |    Press Statement    |    April 30, 2019 Morgan Ortagus Department Spokesperson – Washington, DC: The United States strongly condemns the Iranian regime’s growing crackdown on women advocating for their human rights. Yasmin Aryani, Monireh Arabshahi,

NCRI Human Rights center     |    May 6, 2019 May Day is the day to defend justice, equality and human rights for workers on whose toil and efforts, the society’s welfare and happiness depend. In Iran, however, the grim working conditions

HRANA    |    Editor    |   December 29, 2018    HRANA News Agency – Yekta Fahandezh Sadi, Bahá’í resident of Shiraz, was sentenced to 11 years imprisonment after retrial by Branch 2 of the Revolutionary Court of Tehran. According to the HRANA News

By L. Todd Wood – The Washington Times – Thursday, September 6, 2018   ANALYSIS/OPINION: The Iranian regime is starting to crack. The terror train is about to derail. But this will also be the most dangerous time for Iran’s adversaries, including the

By Rick Gladstone and Zach Wichter    |   Aug. 23, 2018 Two major European airlines said Thursday that they would suspend service to Tehran next month, a double-punch that underscored the power of reimposed American sanctions on Iran and the limited abilities of others

The Media Express   |   August 14, 2018   |    by Lewis Palmer U.S. House of Representative McClintock, introduced a bill, HR 1034, on July 26 that called for an investigation into the unsuccessful terror plot in Paris on June 30. The terror plot was uncovered