On Sunday, October 23, Mr. Asghar Qattan, a political prisoners incarcerated in Gohardasht prison, underwent a medical examination and doctors confirmed that he is in serious health condition. They emphasized that he should be hospitalized and monitored 24 hours a day due to his illness, but the judiciary executives in many ways prevent his dispatch to the hospital. Among the obstacles are the use of handcuffs and shackles and constant presence of several security agents contemptuously which create a security environment in the hospital that hurts patients, hospital staff and doctors.
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A prominent British politician has given a speech about American’s big mistake regarding Iran, at the University of California- Berkeley.
Struan Stevenson, President of the European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA), said that the West made the mistake of thinking that the Regime is strong but really, it is quite vulnerable.
A political prisoner with some special injuries on his neck and face was transferred to political prisoners ward in Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj. He is in shock, and probably has experienced unbearable mental pressures. This prisoner doesn’t speak or move normally and avoids any Interaction with other prisoners.
A member of the Iranian parliament has warned of the danger that poverty, unemployment, and hunger pose to the country.
Mohammad Reza Badamchi, a member of parliament from Tehran, said that opportunities to fix the problem have been squandered due to “the ignorance and neglect of some officials”.
In the city of Mashad, security forces have arrested 6 people who are active in the field of modeling. Poria Afkhami, Mehdi Kafash Jodi and Romina Arbab are three of the detainees.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), the IRGC intelligence officers of Mashhad arrested Poria Afkhami after inspecting his house and workplace, on August 28.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), four prisoners were hanged in the central prison of Tabriz, on Saturday, September 24.
Mehdi Molaee, Abdulkarim Bapiri and Salah Ghaderian, all from Sardasht and Ali Mahtabpour from Tabriz are the men who were executed in Tabriz.
The mother of Amir Arshad Tajmir, a youth who was run over and killed by a vehicle belonging to the law enforcement forces during the 2009 uprising, has written in a letter that she has watched the video of her son being killed for the first time in seven years.
On September 28, Yashar Rezvani, Baha’i citizen was released on the bail from Evin prison until his court session.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists in Iran (HRANA), Yashar Razvani, Baha’i citizen who had been arrested on August 3 in his house, was released temporarily on the bail of 2 billion IRR from ward 4 of Evin prison.
Nastaran Na'imi spoke out against security forces' harassment of her and her family.
Ms. Na'imi's husband, political prisoner Soheil Arabi, was first sentenced to death and then to seven years in prison for "insulting the Prophet" in his posts on the Facebook.
Iranian news agencies reported this week on Araki triplets being put on sale by their father due to his inability to pay the hospital costs.
The babies’ father asks an amount of 40 million Tomans for each triplet at first , but agrees to 20 million Tomans after bargaining. The state newspaper ‘Arman Emrouz’ has written in this regard: “the problem of trading babies (in Iran) is not a new one. But due to its media coverage in recent years, the sensitivity of the issue has risen. Poverty and involvement of parents in social harms are the main factors for selling babies.”