A prison riot in two prisons in Ahvaz on Monday left 18 prisoners dead, human rights activists say, as detainees protested sanitary conditions and being denied furlough amid coronavirus outbreak.
Local reports indicate 18 inmates in Sepidar Prison of Ahvaz, the capital of southwest Khuzestan province, were killed March 30 when security forces opened direct fire at prisoners and also as a result of ablaze.
Another selfless nurse died in Iran due to Coronavirus infection. Head of the Nursing Organization of Qom announced the death of Tahereh Esmaili, a nurse working at Beheshti Hospital of Qom.
Despite shortages of medical and protective equipment, selfless nurses, physicians and medical personnel are at the frontline of combating the deadly virus in the critical conditions in Iran. The names of at least 10 female nurses, physicians and medical personnel who died as a result of Corona infection have been announced so far:
On 27 January , International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorates the genocide that resulted in the deaths of 6 million Jews who had been gathered from all over Europe and cremated in gas chambers in the German and Polish extermination camps. The Holocaust, which means destruction on a mass scale by fire, is known as one of the most outrageous crimes ever committed in history. Part of the Holocaust took place at Auschwitz, a concentration camp in Poland operated by Nazi Germany.
The Greatest Crime Against Humanity After World War II In the greatest crime of the century after World War II, at least 30,000 political prisoners were massacred in the mullahs’ medieval prisons in Iran. As part of this massacre, women and men were found guilty by a “Death Committee” and subsequently hanged – simply for defying Khomeini and his doctrine.
Political prisoner Akbar Bagheri passed out on Sunday Jan 19th due to increased pain and anemia. He was transferred to the prison medic by other prisoners. Even though the doctors’ analysis was that the blood was not reaching the heart due to increased anemia, they only gave him a serum and sent him back to the cells.
On January 2, 2020, a U.S.-led airstrike targeted a convoy exiting the Baghdad International Airport, killing Qassem Soleimani, the notorious commander of Iran’s terrorist Quds Force. Ali Khamenei, the Iranian regime’s supreme leader, declared three days of mourning for Soleimani’s death and personally attended an emergency meeting of the Supreme National Security Council.
The overwhelming majority of Iranians despised Soleimani, an infamous symbol of the regime’s intimidation and murder, for his crimes against the Iranian people and throughout the region. The Iranian people and Iraqi protesters who have been calling for Soleimani’s expulsion from Iraq for some time welcomed his death as a sign of the waning of the regime’s control over their country.
Thursday, December 26, 2019, marks the 42nd day since the death of over 1500 people who were killed in the Iran protests in November by the Iranian regime's security forces. Reports by the main Iranian opposition group indicate that since Wednesday the regime has restricted the internet in fear of the traditional fortieth day anniversary memorial of protesters killed in the November uprising.
The European Parliament: Anna Fotyga Polish lawmaker on behalf of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, Set to Vote on Resolution Condemning Violent Crackdown of Iran Protests.
The European Parliament will vote on a resolution later this week condemning the lethal crackdown on the recent Iran protests. Polish lawmaker Anna Fotyga, on behalf of the European Conservatives and Reformists Group, on Monday proposed a motion at the European Parliament on the Iranian regime’s slaughter of defenseless protesters.
In a message to the Iranian nation, Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), said women are a force for change and will defeat the mullahs’ reactionary dictatorship.
“The courage exhibited by women and men and young people, and your sacrifices, have affected the grieving cities. Rebellious cities have risen up in our fettered nation and shanty towns have become hotbeds of revolution and rebellion,” Mrs. Rajavi said.
“Iran’s cities are rising up one after the other and everywhere; women actively participate, leading and supporting the protesters. We had already said that women are the force for change and will defeat the mullahs’ reactionary and religious tyranny.”
Institutionalized corruption and embezzlement have an inextricable link with the mullahs' dictatorship in Iran. However, what is new is the courageous uprising of the Iranian youth, which has made the regime's internal factions, in awe of the people's rage, expose each other's looting and point to the other faction as the cause of corruption.
Speaking in Yazd recently, regime president Hassan Rouhani acknowledged the embezzlement of $975 million by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's faction, calling that faction the main culprit behind the current situation. He said: "I want the judiciary, which is now fighting cases of corruption ranging in the millions and billions, to explain to the people about the case of corruption that ranges in the tens of billions of dollars. It’s been a few years since a gentleman stole $2.7 billion of the people’s money and was arrested and sentenced to death, and he is now in jail, but what happened to the stolen money remains a mystery.”